Introduction to Property Flex

For years, the price of entry to invest into the property market and gain a good return on investment (ROI) has been seen by most, to be too high and an unachievable dream. Traditional financial institutions have held the power and made the rules on how we as individuals can invest. These normally come at a massive cost, and we must sign agreements to put up collateral.

This has historically resulted in the banks money being secured and we, as investors take all the risk.

We want to change that balance of power, and give the opportunity and freedom, not only to those that have the financial power to invest without much concern, but also to the everyday person. The person that can enter into property investment for a tiny comparative cost.

This will be achieved by utilizing not only blockchain technology and crypto infrastructure, but a revolutionary new blockchain that we have every confidence will go on to be a market leader in this space.

The technology will be Fractionalized NFT (Non-Fungible Token) investment into property and property developments, while embedded into the revolutionary Rebasing Blockchain called VULCAN.

Be on the forefront of a new way to invest in property.

We came up with the idea of Property Flex as a general overview on how we want to be the bridge between the crypto-space and holding real-world assets with tangible value. We have spent a long time ripping apart the initial concept and have come to what we believe is a perfect balance of exciting returns, community involvement, education and a security mechanism that beats all of our competitors.

The final tokenomics have been heavily influenced by feedback from respected experts in both blockchain technology and real-world investors.

The mix of investment in crypto assets to assist in the purchase of property in the real world not only means that the investment is cutting edge, but also has traditional property ownership at the core. This gives the project a great deal of security from crypto-asset volatility which we will go into more detail later in this document.

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