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Ondo Finance launches tokenized US Treasuries, bonds for stablecoin holders

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Haru Invest

DeFi firm Ondo Finance launched a tokenized fund on Jan. 10 that allows stablecoin holders to invest in bonds and U.S. Treasuries.

The firm offered three products: the U.S. Government Bond Fund (OUSG), Short-Term Investment Grade Bond Fund (OSTB), and High Yield Corporate Bond Fund (OHYG). These products are short-term US treasuries and bonds in popular ETFs managed by firms like Blackrock and PIMCO.

OUSG offers an annual percentage yield (APY) of 4.62%, while OSTB provides a slightly higher APY of 5.45%. OHYG offers gains of 8.02% annually.

Meanwhile, Ondo Finance will charge a management fee of 0.15% annually.

CEO Nathan Allman said:

“One of our goals is to make it quick and easy for investors to convert back and forth between stablecoins and traditional assets, with an emphasis on highly liquid, low-risk products like short-term US Treasuries.”

Allman added that stablecoin holders, alongside DAOs and start-ups, will most likely benefit from his firm’s offering because it bridges the gap between low and risky on-chain yields with safer and higher-yielding alternatives.

Ondo raised $20M in a Series A round led by Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund and Pantera Capital in April 2022. The DeFi firm later raised an additional $10 million through public token sales in the same year.

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