WestLand Storage is a company that has gathered around itself a lot of rumors, and over time those rumors are solidifying into truths. They are a company that promises to change the world of real estate forever and has already begun to do so.
The DiceLand technology that WestLand Storage is developing will allow users to tokenize any property, saving the market from bureaucracy, fraud, intermediaries and other problems. The development team has not yet been named, but many sources and media report that they include both advanced blockchain technology engineers and eminent CEOs of other companies.
In favor of these fabrications is the fact that Facebook itself this year also plans to conduct its own ICO and release their tokens. Zuckerberg himself has not given any comments on DiceLand technology, which even warms up interest to it and adds impatience. The same “mysteriousness” was used to great effect by the Telegram ICO, which was also involved in large venture funds and industry leaders who do not advertise their actions.
And finally, this week, the company released a working demonstration of their technology. It is located on their website. Everyone can test drive the platform and see how the technology works. And the company’s customers can still make money on this.
To complete the development of the project, the company requires the deployment of a sufficient volume of the market. This goal will be achieved through the receipt of investments from customers. By investing, the client begins to receive 1% of the profit every day from the amount of his or her investment.
Thus, the company proves that it is not just a start-up or an idea, but a working business model with real technology. Closing the ICO for WestLand Storage is a rhetorical question. Sources say that the token will be held in private form by Whitelist for venture funds, which have already entered into partnerships with the company, and customers who will have time to become real estate investors before the ICO.
Author: Bruce Valentine, Blockchain expert
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