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Land Layby

Blockchain iT
10/1/2018 - 10/31/2018


Africa has robust youthful population, who migrate and send home over USD 660B per annum for the purchase of land and other investments. Land records aren?t readily available and are rarely upheld in cases of dispute. Our blockchain platform will create Land LayBy Listing (LLL), a history of immutable and incorruptible land ownership details in most developing countries through empowering the community to participate in listing their land assets.

Start Date : 10/1/2018


Token
HRBE
PreIcoPrice
1 HRBE = 0.70 USD
Price
Ethereum
Bonus
ETH
MVP / Prototype
20 HRBE
Platform
KYC & Whitelist
Accepting
USA, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea
Minimum Investment
Country
KYC / Whitelist
Restricted



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About Land Layby

Land records in most developing countries are not available to the public. Tacit land information shared through generations is rarely upheld in cases of dispute and is often lost over time. Consequently, the general public is forced to trust the government to keep the land records intact. In an economy where trust is managed by a centralized authority, efforts to uphold trust are diffused by institutionalized asymmetry of information. We propose a solution through our blockchain platform to create a single Land LayBy Listing (LLL) of immutable and incorruptible land ownership details. Land detail entered on the LLL platform is secured through smart contracts. Access to the platform will be granted through the Harambee Token (HRBE). Our application of blockchain technology to decentralize our land option ledger, mirror the government?s land registry, and initiate the adoption of a decentralized ledger for the African land registry system, will be a strong gain for the economy. It will resurrect dead capital, facilitate economic development, and encourage sustainable investment. It will enhance land ownership rights and formalize land information that has been held in the minds of a chosen few in many communities throughout the continent. It is bound to affect all industries associated with the purchase, sale, and use of land; including the resources beneath, or on the surface.