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Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding…

Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding PlatformBy Adrian Barkley of Crypto DailyMax Property Group (MPG) has received regulatory approval for a property funding platform built on Ardor’s blockchain technology.The international property investment firm will leverage blockchain to offer fractional ownership of real estate developments.Max Property Group (MPG) has received regulatory approval for a property funding platform built on Ardor’s blockchain technology. The international property investment firm will leverage blockchain to offer fractional ownership of real estate developments. The project will go ahead thanks to the regulatory approval of the AFM, the leading financial market authority in the Netherlands. MPG has selected the Ardor public blockchain by Jelurida to implement the project, paving the way for the first investment opportunities to go live on the platform.MPG’s new real estate platform is called Max Crowdfund. Jelurida will provide advisory support to the MPG team as they gear up for the rollout of the platform and begin the process of taking pledges for the initial round of investment opportunities. The first loans are scheduled to be approved soon after.Property On-ChainThe confluence of real estate and blockchain has been touted for years, but few of these proposals have broken soil. Real world assets can be tokenized and sold on-chain, but implementing this concept has taken time. Now that the possibility of tokenized real estate is bearing fruit, a number of intriguing opportunities is opening up. Part-ownership of large estates, ongoing developments, and even smaller properties becomes a reality.Max Property Group is at the vanguard of this market in the Netherlands. The company also has significant business interests in Germany and the United Kingdom, and has ambitious plans for further investments across Europe, including a mixture of residential and commercial property.Opening The Door To Real Estate InvestmentThe MPG team hopes that Max Crowdfund will open the door to wider participation in the real estate market. Developers and investors will use the platform to raise money from public funding, making qualified national and international real estate investment available to ordinary people around the world. The platform already boasts over 70,000 registered users, many of whom will soon become investors.One of the first projects earmarked for the scheme is a holiday park in Rotterdam that is undergoing significant redevelopment and expansion. MPG intends to first perform the required due diligence on projects presented to the Max Crowdfund community. Real estate projects will then be listed on condition of passing the screening process.The Ardor blockchain will allow MPG to ensure that subscriptions are only bought, exchanged and traded by verified users who are entitled to ownership. In particular, it was this aspect of the project that persuaded Dutch regulators to pass the project for final approval. Max Crowdfund will allow granular control with its in-built dashboard, enabling investors to view their current account balance, the status of their portfolio, and its overall performance. Access to monthly, quarterly and annual investment reports will also be provided.Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group’s CTO, said: “It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding… was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 25, 2020, 12:06 p.m.
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Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding…

Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding PlatformBy Adrian Barkley of Crypto DailyMax Property Group (MPG) has received regulatory approval for a property funding platform built on Ardor’s blockchain technology.The international property investment firm will leverage blockchain to offer fractional ownership of real estate developments.Max Property Group (MPG) has received regulatory approval for a property funding platform built on Ardor’s blockchain technology. The international property investment firm will leverage blockchain to offer fractional ownership of real estate developments. The project will go ahead thanks to the regulatory approval of the AFM, the leading financial market authority in the Netherlands. MPG has selected the Ardor public blockchain by Jelurida to implement the project, paving the way for the first investment opportunities to go live on the platform.MPG’s new real estate platform is called Max Crowdfund. Jelurida will provide advisory support to the MPG team as they gear up for the rollout of the platform and begin the process of taking pledges for the initial round of investment opportunities. The first loans are scheduled to be approved soon after.Property On-ChainThe confluence of real estate and blockchain has been touted for years, but few of these proposals have broken soil. Real world assets can be tokenized and sold on-chain, but implementing this concept has taken time. Now that the possibility of tokenized real estate is bearing fruit, a number of intriguing opportunities is opening up. Part-ownership of large estates, ongoing developments, and even smaller properties becomes a reality.Max Property Group is at the vanguard of this market in the Netherlands. The company also has significant business interests in Germany and the United Kingdom, and has ambitious plans for further investments across Europe, including a mixture of residential and commercial property.Opening The Door To Real Estate InvestmentThe MPG team hopes that Max Crowdfund will open the door to wider participation in the real estate market. Developers and investors will use the platform to raise money from public funding, making qualified national and international real estate investment available to ordinary people around the world. The platform already boasts over 70,000 registered users, many of whom will soon become investors.One of the first projects earmarked for the scheme is a holiday park in Rotterdam that is undergoing significant redevelopment and expansion. MPG intends to first perform the required due diligence on projects presented to the Max Crowdfund community. Real estate projects will then be listed on condition of passing the screening process.The Ardor blockchain will allow MPG to ensure that subscriptions are only bought, exchanged and traded by verified users who are entitled to ownership. In particular, it was this aspect of the project that persuaded Dutch regulators to pass the project for final approval. Max Crowdfund will allow granular control with its in-built dashboard, enabling investors to view their current account balance, the status of their portfolio, and its overall performance. Access to monthly, quarterly and annual investment reports will also be provided.Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group’s CTO, said: “It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”Max Property Group Secures Regulatory Approval For Blockchain-Based Real Estate Crowdfunding… was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 25, 2020, 12:06 p.m.
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Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor…

Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor BlockchainStory originally posted on coingape.com by Casper Brown in Blockchain NewsMax Property Group (MPG), an international real estate property group, has secured regulatory approval for a blockchain-based crowdfunding platform. Built on the Ardor blockchain, the investment platform, known as Max Crowdfund, will enable investors to acquire a stake in new property developments with as little as €100. Blockchain will be integrated into the platform to provide transparency, enabling investors to view all transactions on-chain, and to determine the subscription rate for particular projects.Jelurida, the developer that maintains the Ardor chain, will provide advisory support for the project as MPG prepares to launch Max Crowdfund and begin taking pledges for the first investment opportunities. The platform was approved by the Financial Markets Authority in the Netherlands (AFM) in what’s believed to be the first deal of its kind involving blockchain technology.Lowering the Barriers to Real Estate InvestmentMPG was founded with the goal of making real estate investment accessible to a broader audience. This entails reducing the minimum check size and eliminating intermediaries and red tape while meeting all due regulatory requirements. The result is Max Crowdfund, an investment platform that has more than 72,000 investors ready to go the moment the first subscription opportunities are made available.With the AFM having now approved the project, investors shouldn’t have to wait long to take a stake in developments that include a holiday park in Rotterdam that’s set for expansion. The idea is that MPG’s experienced investment team will perform due diligence on all developments before recommending the best ones to their community and listing them on Max Crowdfund.Using the capabilities provided by the Ardor blockchain, MPG can ensure that assets are only bought and traded by verified users who are entitled to ownership. This ability is believed to have been critical in convincing Dutch regulators to greenlight the project.Using the Max Crowdfund platform, investors can view their current account balance, portfolio status, and performance and access monthly, quarterly and annual investment reports.Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group’s CTO, said: “It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”Blockchain Meets Real EstateBlockchain proponents have highlighted synergies between distributed ledger technology and real estate for some time, but few initiatives have made it past the pilot phase. Because real-world assets can be tokenized and represented on-chain, it opens the door to intriguing possibilities, including part ownership of properties, and the ability to create portfolios that can be rebalanced using blockchain.In the US, Harbor has been leading the fight to make illiquid assets such as real estate tradable on-chain. Max Property Group’s crowdfunding platform is a first in the Netherlands, though. Its launch suggests the shape of real estate investing to come: more democratic and more efficient, providing a better deal for investors and developers alike.Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor… was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 18, 2020, 9:48 a.m.
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Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor…

Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor BlockchainStory originally posted on coingape.com by Casper Brown in Blockchain NewsMax Property Group (MPG), an international real estate property group, has secured regulatory approval for a blockchain-based crowdfunding platform. Built on the Ardor blockchain, the investment platform, known as Max Crowdfund, will enable investors to acquire a stake in new property developments with as little as €100. Blockchain will be integrated into the platform to provide transparency, enabling investors to view all transactions on-chain, and to determine the subscription rate for particular projects.Jelurida, the developer that maintains the Ardor chain, will provide advisory support for the project as MPG prepares to launch Max Crowdfund and begin taking pledges for the first investment opportunities. The platform was approved by the Financial Markets Authority in the Netherlands (AFM) in what’s believed to be the first deal of its kind involving blockchain technology.Lowering the Barriers to Real Estate InvestmentMPG was founded with the goal of making real estate investment accessible to a broader audience. This entails reducing the minimum check size and eliminating intermediaries and red tape while meeting all due regulatory requirements. The result is Max Crowdfund, an investment platform that has more than 72,000 investors ready to go the moment the first subscription opportunities are made available.With the AFM having now approved the project, investors shouldn’t have to wait long to take a stake in developments that include a holiday park in Rotterdam that’s set for expansion. The idea is that MPG’s experienced investment team will perform due diligence on all developments before recommending the best ones to their community and listing them on Max Crowdfund.Using the capabilities provided by the Ardor blockchain, MPG can ensure that assets are only bought and traded by verified users who are entitled to ownership. This ability is believed to have been critical in convincing Dutch regulators to greenlight the project.Using the Max Crowdfund platform, investors can view their current account balance, portfolio status, and performance and access monthly, quarterly and annual investment reports.Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group’s CTO, said: “It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”Blockchain Meets Real EstateBlockchain proponents have highlighted synergies between distributed ledger technology and real estate for some time, but few initiatives have made it past the pilot phase. Because real-world assets can be tokenized and represented on-chain, it opens the door to intriguing possibilities, including part ownership of properties, and the ability to create portfolios that can be rebalanced using blockchain.In the US, Harbor has been leading the fight to make illiquid assets such as real estate tradable on-chain. Max Property Group’s crowdfunding platform is a first in the Netherlands, though. Its launch suggests the shape of real estate investing to come: more democratic and more efficient, providing a better deal for investors and developers alike.Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor… was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 18, 2020, 9:48 a.m.
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Netherlands Regulators Greenlight Blockchain-Powered Real Estate Security Token Exchange

By Richard Kastelein of Blockchain NewsThe Financial Markets Authority in the Netherlands (AFM) has green-lighted Max Property Group (MPG), a real estate investment specialist, to launch Max Crowdfund, an international real estate crowdfunding platform on blockchain technology on which real estate-backed loans will be placed.After gaining approval from the AFM (approval number 19000066), Max Property Group will now proceed with rolling out the platform, aided by advisory support from Jelurida on the blockchain component. First loans will be placed soon.The crowdfunding platform will make real estate investments available to everyone, regardless of wealth or status. Investors will be able to make real estate investments from as little as €100, with the entire process fully automated and 100% transparent.Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group’s CTO, said:“It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”The platform will use the Ardor public blockchain developed by Jelurida. The deal paves the way for a first-of-its-kind regulated platform for tokenized real estate backed loans.Max Crowdfund is an international real estate crowdfunding platform allowing developers and investors to raise money from the public via loans. MPG’s crowdfunding platform will make qualified national and international real estate investment opportunities available to a global audience. With over 70,000 registered users on Max Crowdfund, the platform will launch with a strong base of investors seeking exposure to the $10T real estate market, $300B of which is expected to be claimed by online platforms by 2025.MPG’s experienced real estate investment team will perform due diligence on opportunities before approval for listing on Max Crowdfund. Investors pay a one-off 0.1% fee on their investment and a monthly administration fee of 0.1%. The 0.1% one-off fees will be used to buy and burn MPG tokens. Max Crowdfund is the first real estate crowdfunding platform on blockchain technology to be approved by the AFM and potentially the first one in the world. For property developers, it provides fast funding from an international pool of real estate investors, with automated processes keeping fees to a minimum. Investors, meanwhile, can enjoy stable and consistent returns on their investment.Within the Max Crowdfund platform, investors are shown their current account balance, portfolio status, and performance and will receive monthly quarterly and annual investment reports. Additional investments, as well as new deposits or withdrawals, can be made in seconds while in-depth investment portfolio performance and statistics are available to view. Available for iOS and Android, the app gives retail investors exposure to the real estate market for as little as €100.Max Property Group (MPG) was founded in 2016 by a team of real estate professionals with a combined real estate industry experience of over 100 years in the Netherlands, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The Financial Authorities-approved group oversees four property investment funds, has raised over €6M, and invested in property worth more than €8M. Operating in the Netherlands, Germany, and UK, MPG oversees Max Crowdfund and runs a Master Class Academy.Founded in Switzerland in 2017, Jelurida is a software company that develops and maintains the Ardor and Nxt blockchains. Now a multinational organization with offices on three continents, Jelurida is focused on helping enterprises capitalize on the benefits of blockchain through making it easier to deploy applications connected to the open Ardor and Nxt networks.Netherlands Regulators Greenlight Blockchain-Powered Real Estate Security Token Exchange was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 10, 2020, 7:35 a.m.
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Blockchain Powered Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform Max Crowdfund Receives Approval From the…

Blockchain Powered Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform Max Crowdfund Receives Approval From the Netherlands’ Financial Market AuthorityStory By Samantha Hurst of Crowdfund InsiderMax Crowdfund, a blockchain-powered real estate crowdfunding platform, has reported secured approval from the Financial Market Authority (FMA) in the Netherlands.Under development since 2017, Max Crowdfund explained that it allows registered investors to access high-quality real estate investment opportunities in a matter of minutes, from any computer or mobile device, with the security of AML procedures and blockchain technology. The platform is already operational with 75,000 global users. Erwin van Kekem, Max Property Group CTO, recently stated:“The Max Crowdfund platform offers a unique combination of blockchain security, traditional bricks and mortar investing, and emerging crowdfunding methods. It is rare for a blockchain technology to be so closely associated with the financial and banking world, but it is precisely bridging that gap that is our mission with this project.”Also speaking about the platform’s approval, van Kekem, shared:“It has been several years since we initiated the development of Max Crowdfund and obtaining the approval from the AFM was a long 10-month process due to the blockchain component, but we are extremely pleased that we can finally officially go live.”Max Crowdfund further noted that within its platform, investors are shown their current account balance, portfolio status, and performance and will receive monthly, quarterly, and annual investment reports. Additional investments, as well as new deposits or withdrawals, may be made in seconds while in-depth investment portfolio performance and statistics are available to view.Read original article on Crowdfund InsiderBlockchain Powered Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform Max Crowdfund Receives Approval From the… was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 10, 2020, 7:32 a.m.
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Dutch Regulator Approves Tokenized Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform

The Netherlands’ financial regulator has approved the blockchain-powered real estate crowdfunding platform Max Crowfund.Written by SAMUEL HAIG of the Coin TelegraphNEWSMax Crowdfund, a blockchain-powered real estate crowdfunding platform connecting property developers and investors, has received approval from the Financial Markets Authority in the Netherlands.With approval from the AFM, Max Property Group — the platform’s parent company — will commence the platform’s roll-out in partnership with distributed ledger technology provider Jelurida.Investors pay a one-time fee equal to 0.1% of their investment, in addition to monthly administration fees of 0.1%. The fees will be used to purchase and burn MPG’s utility tokens.Max Crowdfund attracts 70,000 users pre-launchThe platform seeks to democratize real estate investment, with investors able to gain exposure from as little as 100 euro ($117.50). Developers and investors are able to raise money from the public using the platform, and can pitch to an international audience.The platform is the first of its kind to be greenlit by the Dutch financial regulator, and will be available as an app on both iOS and Android.The platform claims to have already attracted over 70,000 registered users prior to launch.Ardor powers real estate crowdfunding platformSpeaking to Cointelegraph, MPG CTO Erwin van Kekem stated that the idea for a blockchain-powered global real estate crowdfunding platform was conceived in 2017 — just 12 months after MPG was incorporated.The platform will be powered by Jelurida’s Ardor blockchain, with Kekem emphasizing its “multichain architecture” in allowing companies to “spawn their independent child chain” from the platform as appealing to MPG’s needs.Kekem noted that the platform has already received loan applications, predicting a public launch “over the next months.”MPG has also commenced a security token offering that seeks to raise $4.4 million over five rounds of $880,000 that will issue 20% of the firm’s equity. The tokens will be issued by MPG directly.Dutch Regulator Approves Tokenized Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Aug. 3, 2020, 12:10 p.m.
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Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor Blockchai https://coingape.com/max-property-group-gains-regulatory-approval-to-launch-real-estate-crowdfunding-platform-on-ardor-blockchain/ …


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Thanks @CoinGenius_AI for the coverage! Blockchain-Based Crowdfunding Program Gets Approval in the Netherlands https://buff.ly/30ZrpYy pic.twitter.com/UdKpSFA2Xr


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Another great article! thanks @CoinGape for covering our story! Max Property Group Gains Regulatory Approval to Launch Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform on Ardor Blockchain https://buff.ly/39GNW07 pic.twitter.com/LdYHR6eD3S


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Blockchain technology based #RealEstate crowd funding platform @MaxCrowdfund has received endorsement from the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) of Netherlands. The platform will run on Ardor #blockchain of @Jelurida. https://www.cointrust.com/market-news/dutch-regulator-endorses-blockchain-powered-real-estate-crowdfunding-platform … #Ardor $ARDR #Crypto #DeFi #fintec pic.twitter.com/iUQAGgINLL


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Max Crowdfund #RealEstate platform has received approval from the Financial Markets Authority in the Netherlands. Congrat's @MaxCrowdfund $MPG ! The long wait and your work with the #Ardor #blockchain will bear fruit. https://cointelegraph.com/news/dutch-regulator-approves-tokenized-real-estate-crowdfunding-platform … via @cointelegraph


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