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It is a new type of commodity that is designed to be used as self-executable collateral in CDS and other derivative deals.

Deriveum is designed to be used by CDS counterparties. It is performing asset that stays on their books (increasing equity) and is fully compliant to allow all counterparties to freely use it

The cost for deals using Deriveum (despite the cost of acquisition) is the cost of utilizing the Ether network and usually runs around half a dollar per transaction.In some cases additional costs such as exchange costs and slippage may affect the costs of use, however Deriveum has taken provisions to minimize those.

A vast overhaul of derivative and CDS regulations in particular, where among other changes CDS enforceability is limited based on the macro-economic conditions.

A credit default swap is a particular type of swap designed to transfer the credit exposure of fixed income products between two or more parties

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