One of Africa’s 100 most promising and innovative fintech companies, according to African FinTech, has become the first to launch an online marketplace with integrated blockchain that enables global real estate investment and enhanced security for cross border investors
Vendors of mining giant BHP Billiton typically keep track of rock and fluid samples and analyses with emails and spreadsheets.
Wealth Migrate, leading global real estate investment marketplace, has integrated blockchain technology in order to offer enhanced security and privacy protections for cross-border investors
Today, Wealth Migrate became one of the first FinTech enabled online investment marketplace specializing in real estate transactions to integrate blockchain technology in a move that significantly enhances security and privacy protections for investors around the globe.
Vendors of mining giant BHP Billiton Ltd. typically keep track of rock and fluid samples and analyses with e-mails and spreadsheets. A lost file can cause major and expensive headaches since the samples help the company decide where to drill new oil wells.
Wealth Migrate has became one of the first real estate online investment marketplaces to integrate Blockchain technology in a move that significantly enhances security and privacy protections for investors around the globe.
Today, Wealth Migrate became the first FinTech enabled online investment marketplace to integrate blockchain technology in a move that significantly enhances security and privacy protections for investors around the globe.
Johannesburg, South Africa – October 14, 2016 – Wealth Migrate placed in the top three at the first ever African FinTech Awards, held at the Sandton Convention Centre yesterday – a significant achievement for the leading global real estate investment marketplace.
Think Globally: 4 International Real Estate Crowdfunding Trends for 2015
As the real estate market continues to change and evolve at lightning speed, it’s no wonder that new ways of investing are starting to replace the traditional methods. Thanks to real estate crowdfunding, investors now have unprecedented access to more international properties and markets than ever before and the need to “think globally” is a necessity to succeed. The widespread impact crowdfunding had on a global scale in 2014 caught many by surprise and it’s safe to say that the world is now becoming a global village as more countries get onboard with crowdfunding. But what’s on tap for 2015? Here are four trends I think we will see in the coming year.
Today, Thundafund (www.thundafund.com) and Wealth Migrate (www.wealthmigrate.com) announce the launch of the African Crowdfunding Association (ACfA). The ACfA will be the industry association for Crowdfunding professionals and companies in Africa. The goal of the ACfA is to lobby for crowdfunding legislation creation and reforms, increase public awareness, and to create a more cohesive industry structure in Africa that protects investors and democratizes access to capital for all Africans.