Elementsestate Token of Your Real Estate Opportunity

Since the last economic and financial crisis, which has changed the economic and financial
landscape of Europe there has been great demand for distressed assets. The Elements team
was involved in a great number of the most important distressed acquisitions in South-Eastern
Europe (SEE) region in the past few years in which we acted as an advisor to hedge
funds from USA and Western Europe. The Elements Estates project is a new step in that area.
We will set-up a private corporate fund that will purchase, develop and maintain real estate
across the regions. It will be managed by an experienced team with proven track-record and
governed by smart contracts on blockchain.
By using blockchain technology we are creating a platform that will enable everyone to benefit
from real estate opportunities in distress market. It will act as a transactional hub between a
fund and the ELES (Elements Estates) token holders themselves who will benefit through the
increasing value of ELES token. Twinned with that, the ELES token will be used as payment
means in every transaction related to properties owned by the Fund to ensure safety, security,
and transparency. All services will be payable solely in ELES tokens that will be offered to
users in the upcoming ICO event as described in this Whitepaper.
The ELES token is one of the first cryptocurrencies to combine distress real estate opportunities
with blockchain technology. The ELES token is classified as an utility token since the owners
will not have any ownership or shares of the corporate private fund and do not receive
any dividend. However, they will be able to benefit from its use and deployment through the
Project overview
The Elements Estates project will encompass the novel ideas of cryptocurrencies and asset
management through decentralized ledgers, based on blockchain technology. We will build
an online platform that will introduce to the market real estate initially deriving from distress
asset at favorable prices. Until recently that type of deals in the SEE region were mainly accessible
only to large scale institutional and wealthy private investors because of their size and
complexity to purchase.

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