Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is a financial concept that first emerged around 2014, with its core elements and directives originating from the Ethereum Blockchain.

Its primary aim is to provide investors with the option of holding their assets within an immutable and secure environment that is devoid of intermediaries or banks. This secure environment is made possible by blockchain technology, which utilizes algorithms and smart contracts to facilitate the autonomy and independence of its users while safeguarding their assets.

Centralized financial institutions such as banks and brokerages in the United States are subject to regulatory frameworks established by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Reserve, which provide customers with direct access to capital and financial services. While DeFi is a relatively new concept, the SEC has the authority to establish rules and guidelines for its operation. To ensure fair trading and secure transactions, ForestAu Green and its Tupan AuGreen token fully comply with the regulatory framework established by the SEC.

ForestAu Green embraces independence from a centralized financial model, offering tokenized assets that operate on a truly decentralized blockchain, providing investors with the freedom to trade and transact while ensuring the legitimacy of the company's business practices. The fund and tokens are subject to SEC regulation, reflecting the company's commitment to transparency and accountability in its operations.

Through its adherence to SEC guidelines and its promotion of a decentralized financial model, ForestAu Green is contributing to the development of a more secure, transparent, and sustainable financial system that empowers investors and advances environmental conservation. As the DeFi landscape evolves, ForestAu Green is well-positioned to remain at the forefront of this exciting new development in the financial industry.