Property Coin: The New Real Estate Cryptocurrency

JOSHUA KATZ | February 28, 2018

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Aperture, a Los Angeles based real estate tech startup founded in 2016, is preparing for the sale of Property Coin, an asset-backed cryptocurrency token that goes public today.  Property Coin is based on the Ethereum blockchain, which is a popular cryptocurrency standard that’s used as the foundation for so many tokens. Property Coin will be using a combination of algorithms and staff opinions to choose which properties and loans that proceeds from the token will be used for. This will seamlessly fit into Aperture’s current business model of flipping houses as an iBuyer and underwriting loans to smaller real estate investors.

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