PECULIUM has always been a company driven to democratize access to investment opportunities previously only available to the very wealthy. The development of blockchain technology has been a key factor in enabling this ongoing financial revolution. But blockchain goes beyond offering a more efficient replica of the traditional financial ecosystem-it enables new business models that are better aligned with the incentives of all market participants.
PECULIUM has developed saieve.io, a crypto investment and asset management platform that connects to exchange accounts and allows users to instantly access vetted trading strategies and investment portfolios. Founded to simplify trading strategy for users without any technical experience, PECULIUM has a growing offering of automated investment products.
PECULIUM's purpose is to reduce the inequality across the world’s traditional financial system by allowing anybody, no matter how much capital they hold, to have access to some of the best investment opportunities. PECULIUM is an economic equalizer that is powered by $PCL, the cornerstone of the PECULIUM ecosystem. The launch of the PECULIUM Token ($PCL) was another major step in this direction for PECULIUM. It is a community token that is designed to give back to PECULIUM's loyal community of investors, whilst incentivizing long-term, predictable and mutually beneficial investment positions in SAIEVE Investment products. The token is issued to PECULIUM investors who opt to lock-up (or stake) their Assets under management for predefined periods—contributing to additional expected returns on investments within the Investment products universe. By having greater certainty about the duration that investment positions in PECULIUM investment products will be held, opportunities for generating improved investment returns become available.
$PCL acts as an indirect revenue-sharing mechanism as it derives its value from rebates on products fees that are used to purchase and destroy $PCL from the open market (so-called buy-and burns). Parallels can be drawn between buy-and-burns and the phenomenon of share buybacks in traditional markets.