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How Blockchain Technology Will Radically Change Real Estate


Real estate agents in every country in the world have the same concerns – low-level technology solutions and difficulty in managing contracts. It’s clear that the industry is ready for radical change, and that change will need to come in the short term.

The first sign of coming change is the sudden explosion of the peer to peer model like Airbnb, which allows low-level peer to peer connections, and makes a system that allows users to have more freedom of choice. But Airbnb, as large as it is, is still a tiny blip in the massive $217 trillion global real estate market. Granted, a blip of something massive is still big, but the opportunity for change is clear.

ATLANT is a new Blockchain technology platform designed to change the way real estate transactions take place. The company believes that the peer to peer model is onto a good idea, but that current models can’t take it to the level that the public really wants. The company is creating a decentralized real estate platform where clients have the freedom to buy, sell, and rent property between each other without the intrusion of centralized corporations.

Decentralize it

ATLANT is creating a new platform that will better current peer to peer rental hubs at their own business. The power of a decentralized system is that it eliminates the corporate hub, and, through technology, creates a direct link between clients on either side of a rental agreement.

ATLANT has created a platform where property seekers can find rental properties directly through owners, and can conclude a rental contract without having to leave the ATLANT platform. Without the complexity of a corporate infrastructure, fees for clients will be reduced substantially, and renters and owners are happier. ATLANT’s platform is prepared to disrupt the way rentals are managed without geographical borders.

ATLANT has an ICO starting September 7, and ending on October 7. Those interested will be able to acquire the ATLANT token, called ATL, which will be utilized as the currency for transactions within the platform. Investors in the token can receive up to a 19% bonus for participating in the first 10% of tokens.

Tokenizing the market

Selling property is clearly a more complex process than renting. Whenever an owner wants to sell a property, especially of major value, the property must be placed on the listing service, advertised, and, when a buyer is produced, then sold. The process of transfer after sale also requires extensive time and money.

ATLANT is building a platform that allows owners to tokenize their assets, effectively creating a stock sale, and liquidating that asset through a sale of tokens within the ecosystem. The tokens the owner earns can be exchanged for fiat currency outside the ecosystem, and the buyers can own a percentage stake in the asset.

Brokers, escrows, and closing costs are all virtually eliminated. The process is quick and simple, and the transfer is managed within days rather than months like a traditional sale. Staffed with excellent technological resources, the ATLANT team is more than just another ICO. It is a revolutionary marketplace for exchanging real assets in a smooth way.


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