What is Vaultbank?
Vaultbank is a cryptocurrency-based investment firm headquartered in San Francisco, that will offer a trading and exchange terminal, debit cards allowing for crypto spending, and tokens backed by secured credit assets with intended quarterly Ethereum dividends.
The Vaultbank token will be backed by Vaultbank’s company assets as well as a portfolio of secured credit assets, translating into both potential stability and prospective income for investors. The Vaultbank token will be one of the first cryptocurrencies with the potential for token holders to receive quarterly dividends.
The Vaultbank debit MasterCard has the potential to offer significant cryptocurrency liquidity with highly competitive exchange transaction rates on 17 of the world’s leading currencies, and the Vaultbank exchange terminal will enable advanced trading capabilities with low fees, wide usability and strong customer service.
Vaultbank is able to do this by utilizing the expertise of several financial industry leaders, merging their expertise with and blockchain technologies. Vaultbank has teamed up with Random Forest Capital to apply artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to the creation and optimization of its asset-backed credit portfolio, which it intends to use with a warehouse line of credit to provide leveraged returns for investors.
Vaultbank is a blockchain-based financial platform offering cryptocurrency tokens backed by secured credit assets. The first cryptocurrency company of its kind, Vaultbank will use the blockchain to create crypto-based private security tokens, pairing them with a debit card for future cryptocurrency liquidity and a simple exchange with low fees.
During the Pre-Sale VB will be providing a 15% bonus
Vaultbank has gone through the necessary legal framework to be registered. The offer of Vaultbank Token s in Singapore is being made in reliance on the exemption under Section 302B( 1) of the Securities and Futures Act (“SFA”) and in the United States is being made pursuant to Rule 506(c) of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933.