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How is it different from buying shares in normal market?

OFS platform is an order collection system. Here the buyer needs to provide a bid. There is a floor price, decided by the company, below which the bids cannot be placed. At the end of the bidding process, the shares are allocated to the bidders. In OFS transactions, Investors can only buy shares, but cannot sell shares, unlike the normal market.
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