I think initially their idea was good, even though I don’t really understand what blockchain has to do with real estate and why it requires crypto investments. However, there were some things I didn’t like when I was looking through the website. It contains mistakes and errors, rare ones, but they still exist. Not saying that it’s a scam sign in this one and only instance, but there’s nothing good and it has to be fixed. Contacts. Is there anything but an online form? Where is it based? If you have an idea, let me know, please. The team. Well-described, nothing negative to say. But I would change photos of them. They don’t look presentable. The website. In general, it looks ok, maybe confusing a little, contains a lot of information and probably answers investors’ questions. Take into accounts what I have said.
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