“Almost every aspect of real estate is archaic – from how we transfer ownership to how we build homes,” stated Ryan Pineda, CEO and founding father of Tykes. “We created Tykes for anyone who wants to learn more about disrupting the real estate industry, using blockchain and NFTs to come together as a community and push the envelope. Tykes will improve real estate processes and transactions that are often too complicated and involve many layers that deter the average investor from seeking opportunities.”
Tykes has offered greater than $2.4 million on presale, based on its launch. After minting – a time period used for including NFTs to a blockchain – its cryptocurrency known as TyKoin, accredited members also can put money into startup companies and actual property offers.
“There is a strong demand to learn about and understand NFTs and their capabilities,” stated Amr Samaha, co-founder and chief operations officer of Tykes.
“Tykes is a place to cultivate and support those who want to invest and make money in the real estate market, particularly in an industry that is ready for change. Real estate investing is the safest form of investing, but many individuals are unaware of how to get started. Tykes will create a community of real estate professionals, investors and web3 experts in order to learn about these evolving spaces.”
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