Bitcoin investors are increasingly looking to support projects that enhance the ecosystem. Some opportunities are better than other (read: no gambling sites ) This weeks’s spotlight is on a very capable project called Bitland.
Blockchain Initiative Bitland Launches
Blockchain-based organization Bitland launched their official ICO crowdfunding campaign with Danish CCEDK and decentralized cryptocurrency exchange, OpenLedger in order to address the unregistered land issue in West Africa.
Prosperity and property rights are inextricably linked. The importance of having well-defined and strongly protected property rights is now widely recognized among economists and policymakers.
What is Bitland?
Bitland is an organization that aims to provide services to allow individuals and organizations to survey land and record deeds onto the Bitshares Blockchain. The pilot project is located in Kumasi, Ghana, and the team is currently looking at other areas on the African continent. The team is looking look to build infrastructure in developing countries with the hopes unlocking billions of dollars in property rights.
How Can I Invest In Bitland?
Bitland Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is live and the company’s token is called the Cadastral, It is available for purchase through the Bitland Global website or on Denmark’s startups service provider OpenLedger ApS formerly known as CCEDK.com and its Crowdfunding 3.0 of ICO OpenLedger (ICOO)
The Cadastral is a coin that not only helps fund Bitland projects but more importantly, it is a token designed to store all land title transactions on its blockchain.
CCEDK and its partner organization OpenLedger both support global projects like Bitland because they are game changers in mainstream adoption, and support projects that aim to better the world overall.
Bitland CEO Chris Bates said
“Bitland is not only involved in land title registration. We have many other elements to our development project. We are actively preparing to pilot various facets of this program in different regions. One of the benefits of installing different pilots is that each individual case-study can address the concerns of each location’s diverse array of demands that can be met with simultaneous protocol testing.”