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The Blockchain Global Residence & Commercial Rental Platform
PlaceToRent mixes real and estate with crypto. Perhaps you know because the name gave it away, but that’s not all: In fact, the platform desires to strengthen the bond between the two while doing its best to find anyone a place to stay. It is blockchain enabled.
PlaceToRent is essentially a cryptographic real estate rental system made to enable real-time transaction settlements while reducing all risk and offering reliable data; it is decentralized. The smart contracts that this business intends to use will thus allow for any kinds of peer to peer transactions in a very transparent and secure, disintermediate environment; this, in turn, helps to mitigate the risks of abuse of the system, fraud, or other types of manipulation from even becoming a thought. The tenant and landlord could automate each of their transactions more smoothly, eliminating the presence of a live real estate broker or agent, along with his or her many nasty commission fees. This business also plans to let users use its tokens for minimizing rent and paying bills.