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#Real Estate All projects

Landcoin: Decentralized land ownership

We uses blockchain technology to make land ownership available to all

stage Ended crowdsale



Crowdsale details

Distribution of tokens
  • Crowdsale (30%)
  • Kept as a reserve liquidity fund (45%)
  • retained by Landcoin (25%)
Details Indicators
Token Symbol LDC
Full Token Name LDC token
Crowdsale Start April 20th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or May 20th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, $2000000
Domain registration date 2018-02-15
Domain owner WhoisGuard Protected, WhoisGuard, Inc., P.O. Box 0823-03411, Panama, Panama, PANAMA

Cost of the token

1 token for 0.1 eth

Price without discounts

Accepted currency

  • Ethereum


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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I invest in a plot of land or property?

Landcoin is built for anyone to invest in parcels of land or properties listed on the Landcoin platform via the LDC token. LDC tokens are divisible up to 18 decimal places, and there is no minimum investment amount.

We plan to enable investment in fiat currencies in the near future, but this channel will only be open to accredited investors, as defined in the country in which the investor resides.

What type of land does Landcoin plan to start listing on its platform?

The first few parcels of land listed on the platform will be voted, purchased by Landcoin on behalf of investors, will be voted on via a democratic smart contract on the blockchain. Land listed by sellers on the platform will of course also be available.

In whose name is the deed to the land or property?

The land will be held by a legal third party (most commonly a notary) mutually agreed upon by the seller and Landcoin. The notary can only take action on the land if this action is agreed upon, via a democratic smart contract voting system, by the LDC token holders.

The identity of the notary, the deeds to the land, and the legal documents binding the notary to only act on the instructions of democratically voted proposals will be made public to the LDC token holders.

Who maintains the land or property?

The land or property will continue to be maintained by the seller, until it is fully sold. From that point, the token holders for that parcel of land can vote on how to proceed with the maintenance process. From a legal standpoint, the land/property will be in a notary’s name, on behalf of the token holders.

Where does Landcoin’s revenue come from?

As Landcoin grows and LDC becomes more widely used, Landcoin’s revenue will come from:

The increased value of LDC
The 1% fee collected from land and property sellers
Reinvesting Landcoin’s share of the profits into a diversified land and property portfolio
Landcoin does not plan to consider the following revenue streams:

Charging fees to land investors
Advertising revenue on the Landcoin platform
Selling market data

How can I verify the authenticity of the land I invested in?

The deeds to the land, the identity of the notary holding the deeds, and the legal documents binding the notary to only act on the instructions of democratically voted proposals will be made public to the LDC token holders. Token holders can vote on whether to allow access to the land/property to all investors, or to a designated caretaker.

What happens if the original owner wants to delist their land from the platform?

This can happen either if the seller buys back the digital ownership certificates form the token holders, or if the token holders vote to allow this.

I've seen similar projects before, how is this one different?

There were indeed other tokens claiming to democratize access toland and real estate. There were even a couple called Landcoin! However, these tokens did not have:

A detailed whitepaper
A clearly listed purpose or business plan
Plans for future value

Who's the team behind Landcoin?

We're a passionate team with backgrounds ranging between finance, technology, marketing, and management.

Unfortunately, due to a string of recent hacking attacks on ICO teams, we've decided to not list the team on a public page. We would, however, love to tell you more about ourselves. Feel free to email [email protected] and we'll send you a link to a separate "Our Team" page!


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