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Tokenized Treasury Bonds Market Doubles in Value; BlackRock Leads the Charge

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  • Tokenized treasury bond market value soared from $719M to $1.44B in 2023.
  • BlackRock’s BUIDL, issued in March, leads with a $456M market value.

Since the start of this year, tokenized Treasury bonds have witnessed a substantial rise in market value, going from $719 million to $1.44 billion, according to rwa xyz.

Contributions to this remarkable expansion come from BUIDL, FOBXX, OUSG, USDY, and USTB, among other tokenized assets.

At $456 million, BlackRock’s tokenized fund BUIDL, which was released at the end of March, has emerged as the biggest tokenized treasury product among them.

BlackRock’s Dominance in Tokenized Treasury Bonds 

ETHNews previously reported BlackRock’s BUIDL as driving the end-of-March tokenized treasury market boom. This tokenized fund has been essential in accelerating the expansion of the market and making BlackRock a major participant in it.

The success of BUIDL shows how big banks can use blockchain technology to develop ground-breaking financial products that draw large amounts of capital.

Market Growth and Trends

A wider tendency of growing interest and investment in digital assets is reflected in the development in tokenized Treasury bonds. The efficiency, security, and openness that tokenized financial products provide appeal to investors.

Smaller investors can now access markets that were previously unavailable to them thanks to partial ownership. Adoption and value of tokenized assets are predicted to keep rising as more established financial organizations like BlackRock join the market.

The variety of tokenized items further aids the industry’s growth. Investors have a range of choices to control risk and diversify their portfolios with products like FOBXX, OUSG, USDY, and USTB.

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