Blockchain Estate Registry

Enter the future of land title administration

We help government institutions improve transparency, streamline transactions, and reduce the cost of buying and selling real estate — all from a secure, easy-to-use, and cutting-edge web interface.

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What is it

The Blockchain Estate Registry (BER) is a land registry service running on blockchain technology. This tool tokenizes land titles so they can be easily managed by a governing body, while also providing various benefits to property owners and investors. Our goal is to boost the economy by facilitating real estate operations and exchanges.

  • Modern web interface

    Use the BER web application to administer and exchange land titles from a modern and easy-to-use interface. All logic resides on the Ethereum blockchain.

  • Secure and controlled access

    The government entity always maintains the ability to resolve disputes, validate or veto transactions, and address issues with lost or stolen keys.

  • Fast and direct exchanges

    Owners can trade properties and other assets in minutes rather than months, generating countless opportunities for investment, financing, shared ownership, and more.

  • Custom implementations

    The system's rules and formats are designed to accommodate the requirements of different institutions. Your implementation can be tailored-fit to your needs.

  • Reduced costs

    With decentralized blockchain transactions, the need for expensive intermediaries like lawyers, government officials, or bank representatives is significantly reduced.

  • How it works

  • Jurisdictions

    Jurisdictions are at the core of the Blockchain Estate Registry. This new concept bestows judicial power upon a cabinet of governing members, who then propose and vote on interventions to the registry. The cabinet must reach a consensus before a proposal can be executed.

  • Tokenized land titles

    Land titles are converted into title tokens and registered in the blockchain. Owners of title tokens can buy or sell them independently and without requiring any legal or financial intermediaries beyond the validation logic built into the contracts. However, the government body never loses complete control of any title tokens — they can always propose interventions to modify the registry and settle disputes as needed.

  • Decentralized exchange platform

    All data is stored in the blockchain, making it completely decentralized. This means that no single entity has control over the registry or its title tokens, and that every intervention can be traced back to a cabinet's proposal. If desired, the jurisdiction can also enable exchanges on NFT marketplaces and crypto exchanges.

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