In their current form, real estate data and information is often difficult to access, outdated and lacking transparency. Even worst, we don’t have one place where to store, display and trace our real estate information. This in the long term may result in creating frauds over the authenticity of the data, not counting the thousands of disputes over ownership and borders when the precious land information has been lost.

Since the internet revolution, the number of technologies at our disposal to change the real estate sector have grown tremendously. Not only we now have tools like the Blockchain bringing security and immutability to the data, but we have better mapping software, decentralized cloud networks, and different visualization tools like AR.

In other words, we have many ways to improve the user experience while creating more reliable real estate identification registries. This is why we have created the Estatepedia and the Land Identification Blockchain: a solution that combines data security and storage, cutting edge visualization tools with a touch of wiki and social media format.

Every LAND ID Non-Fungible Token has its own page on the Estatepedia where visitors can find all the major information, such as location, coordinate, statistics, history, and access visuals as well as see the land parcel and mapping solutions. As each LAND ID are minted, all essential information is stored directly on the Blockchain and IPFS to offer immutability and security. Take a few minutes to chill and E-visit the Statue of Liberty or watch this video about Etherland.

Soon, as users will be able to tokenize a property themselves, a form will have to be meticulously filled with the correct information and will be verified by our team before being minted. Owners of real-world assets can claim their property and receive a verified ownership status on their LAND ID after going through a strict verification process.

Owning a LAND ID will enable you to access and edit its public page on the Estatepedia. It is your chance to bring value and desirability to your NFT by creating original content and stunning visuals. You can write a text on the history of the location or and maybe tell a bit about your journey when you have visited the site. You can publish your own pictures or a video of the place. Get inspired by checking out other LAND IDs on the Estatepedia and learn about some of the most iconic landmarks down to your local businesses.

Big Ben is one of our favourites:

Let’s have a close look at it: The Big Ben. Upon arriving on its page, you can see the classification for each LAND ID, which can be found in the Monuments category, under Towers.

All LAND IDs are categorized, making it easy to search through the Estatepedia.

Each NFT also has a unique real estate identification. The BIG BEN has “GB.L.M.L.1”, meaning Great Britain — Landmark — Monument — London — 1, being the first of this type registered in the city of London.

You may find the major information concerning the location such as its location, civic address, and the creator’s Ethereum address.

Under Decentralized Data, you can find a link to the LAND ID on the blockchain and a PDF document containing the important information about the place stored on IPFS. You can access the roads map, satellite view and land location under Map and Google My Maps.

You can also view our exclusive 3D design specially made for Big Ben as well as a selection of pictures and a time-lapse video of the monument under their respective tabs. In the description, you can find a text about the history of the construction and other interesting facts.

If you just purchased a LAND ID or there is one that you love, why not use the integrated Social Media button to share it with your friends!

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