The first thought that comes to your mind as soon as you hear the word ICO is Ethereum. Every now and then you will see them being used together, as if ICOs don’t exist beyond Ethereum. For people who are new to the digital world, the distinction is even more difficult to understand.
But why is that, when these are two completely different concepts?
It all started in the summer of 2014, when Vitalik Buterin’s proposed project came to life. A team was deployed to develop the platform and launch an ICO which ultimately raised $16 million. With around 11.9 million Ether tokens sold, a successful public and decentralized platform to create decentralized applications was born. Along with it, we saw the rise of ICOs where people started buying future cryptocurrencies in exchange for current cryptocurrencies.
The idea of ICO thrilled blockchain advocates who were looking for ways to start new and digitalized companies. From privacy and security to entertainment and digital cats, every application is now available on Ethereum. But today, we are taking an even bigger step and merging the real estate industry with the immensely successful Ethereum blockchain.
The real estate market is worth $217 trillion and is in dire need of digitalization. The existing real estate companies fail to recognize the importance of getting rid of middlemen and finding a way to make trading accessible internationally. Etherty plans to do just that — allow you to buy, sell or trade global properties using any device from anywhere in the world. Etherty’s presence in the real estate industry follows the relationship between Ethereum and ICOs.
Here’s how: the reason why people run towards Ethereum when working on an ICO is because the process is easier, faster and more reliable than any other options out there. ICO transactions are done in a small-time frame in the Ethereum blockchain. People don’t need to go anywhere because everything they require is available on the Ethereum platform. And this is what Etherty plans to do — provide a platform for everyone who is interested in the real estate industry and make it easier, faster and more reliable than the other available options. Instead of dividing the work, Etherty will host all of the requirements for investing a property on its portal.
Up till now Ethereum has created more than 400 ICOs — it accounts for around 56.83% of the total ICOs. It’s almost as if a rise in Ethereum automatically causes one in ICOs. In the same way, Etherty not only provides a platform that requires least effort from you but also pushes the real estate industry forward. It brings every possible property to your mobile, so that Etherty’s success turns the real estate industry into a booming industry. Think about it — with more and more available options, and the freedom of creating an investment account with as little as $1,000, Etherty becomes the most efficient real estate agent, and possibly market of the 21st century.
Lastly, finding trusted people and a proper network is not an easy task. But look at the amount of ICOs being launched every single day, most of them are executed on Ethereum. Why? Because it goes beyond promising a change in the future, it actually gives you a solution. And so does Etherty, by backing its tokens with properties across multiple countries to reduce your investment risk. Now you don’t need to call agents, hire lawyers or compare your investment plans. You just need to browse the Etherty portal made available for you. Blockchain is more than just an industry — it’s a look into the future. A future that you can be a part of by joining Etherty.