Hong Kong is actively exploring further sales of green bonds using distributed ledger technology, reinforcing its ambition to become a leading digital asset hub.

The government has engaged major financial institutions, including HSBC and Credit Agricole, to study potential multi-series, digitally-native green bond issuances.

This innovative approach employs distributed ledger technology, similar to that underlying Bitcoin, for efficient bond recording, clearing, and cost reduction.

The initiative follows Hong Kong's successful first sale of tokenised green notes earlier in the year, marking a significant step in digital finance.