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Propy, which aims to become the world’s first international real-estate marketplace, will donate 50,000 PRO tokens as rewards at the upcoming World Crypto Economic Forum’s Blockchain Hackathon. The company’s CEO and founder Natalia Karayaneva is amongst the impressive line-up of experts to speak at the conference to be held at the South San Francisco Conference Center on January 13-16, 2018.
Propy is pleased to announce their participation in the upcoming World Crypto Economic Forum (WCEF), on January 13 through 16th at the South San Francisco Conference Center. A potential Gamechanger of the global real estate sector, Propy will give away 50,000 PRO tokens worth $230,000 as of January 8th 2018, listed on Huobi in rewards during the conference’s much anticipated Blockchain Hackathon. The tokens will be distributed from the donation pool that was set up prior Propy token sale in August 2017 in the white paper.
The World Crypto Economic Forum was founded in 2017 with a vision to support the growing blockchain community and exploring disruptive token economies in today’s rapidly evolving crypto industry. The upcoming event in San Francisco is the first in a series of events to be held around the world. The conference brings together eminent speakers and leaders like Vinny Lingham (Civic), Michael Arrington (XRP Capital, TechCrunch), Nick Szabo (smart contracts inventor), Bill Barhydt (Abra), Jeremy Gardner (Augur), Joey Krug (Pantera Capital, Augur), Spencer Bogart (Blockchain Capital) for industry changing discussions and presentations.
The Hackaton aims to gather over 300 blockchain developers and will include mentorship from the thought leaders and workshops. Propy’s engineers will supervise and help the participants. The team hopes to see creative solutions to the current real estate related issues as well as blockchains’ privacy and scalability issues.
Propy makes use of the Ethereum blockchain technology to deliver a reliable, cost-efficient, and automated platform for global real-estate transactions, all the way from search/filter properties, payment, sales, paperwork to transfers and records management. Since its launch, Propy has repeatedly been in the headlines for a landmark transaction for the Ethereum cryptocurrency by remotely transferring a Ukraine-based property on-chain and across borders. Just recently they launched a new transaction tool that has made it possible to buy and sell properties in California for BTC with a simple nine-step process. More about Propy can be found at http://propy.com/
Natalia Karayaneva, CEO, and Founder of Propy, who will be attending WCEF 2018 said, “It is a great pleasure for Propy to be a part of the World Crypto Economic Forum 2018. We look forward to exchanging ideas with the leading blockchain engineers.”
To know more about the World Crypto Economic Forum 2018, please visit http://wcef.co/
You can register for the events here:
WCEF Hackathon – Sat, Jan 13, 2018, 9:00 AM – Sun, Jan 14, 2018, 6:30 AM PST
WCEF Conference – From Jan 15th, 2018 To Jan 16th, 2018
About Propy: Propy is the world’s first international real-estate marketplace. The team at Propy.com facilitates connections between international entities to enable the seamless purchase of international real-estate online for the first time. It aims to solve the problems facing international real estate transactions by creating a novel unified property store and asset transfer platform for the global real-estate industry.
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