Terms and Definitions


Bitbon means a digital asset[i], which is a utility token (access token[i]) and provides the Bitbon System Participant[i] with certain access rights to the services of the Bitbon System[i] in accordance with the number of Bitbons that such a Participant has. Bitbon is represented as an alphanumeric identifier[i] and registered in the blockchain[i] with an ability to circulate only in the Bitbon System[i]. Bitbon is a unit of measurement of the exchange value of all digital assets and ensures their ability to circulate in the Bitbon System. Bitbon is created and given unique attributes and properties based on the Bitbon System Public Contract[i] and the Bitbon Protocol[i].

Bitbon has the following properties:
  • Ability to split the nominal value[i] with unlimited accuracy is guaranteed. Each fractional part of the nominal value corresponds to a certain part of property rights to assets[i];
  • Bitbon is issued in accordance with the Bitbon System Public Contract;
  • Bitbon can be used as an instrument for trading on the exchange;
  • Bitbon can be used for calculating the index or any other financial derivatives, instruments;
  • Bitbon of one Bitbon System Participant[i] may serve as an asset of another Bitbon System User;
  • It is guaranteed that any part of the Bitbon nominal value in the form of a new Bitbon identifier[i] is transferred from one Bitbon System Participant to another Bitbon System User;
  • Ability to define rules of Bitbon processing before the occurrence of an event which the Bitbon System User (owner of property rights to assets) specifies limiting the Bitbon application field.