‘Monopoly’-Style Blockchain Property Trading Game Raises $2 Million
Uplandme, a "Monopoly"-like property game built on the EOS blockchain, has raised $2 million in seed funding.
The fund enables investors to gain exposure to a global real estate portfolio through a ERC-20 security token.
Property firm RFR Holdings accepted a 20 percent stake of the purchasing price in digital securities based on ethereum tech.
The firm bought 0.4 bitcoin and plans to buy more every month.
BitFlyer Blockchain and Japanese business giant Sumitomo Corporation will develop a blockchain app allowing users to sign rental contracts and more.
The blockchain pilot will digitize the bank guarantee process in an effort to tackle fraud and improve efficiency.