Shojin and Smartlands launch first ever tokenised UK property investment

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LONDON - Rezul -- Shojin Property Partners, an FCA-regulated property investment company in conjunction with Smartlands Platform, launched the first ever tokenised UK property project.

In March 2019 Shojin and Smartlands agreed to work towards a strategic partnership involving Shojin's FCA regulated entity and Smartland's online platform. Whilst these discussions are ongoing Smartlands has become an appointed representative of Shojin Financial Services.

Both companies have worked together over several months to bring to market a 124-unit purpose-built student accommodation development in Nottingham. Its funding target stands at £1,000,000 and is available for investment now. Tokenisation of property was the logical next step for Shojin, a leading UK crowdfunding property investment platform that enables fractional ownership across the entire property sector.

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Shojin Property Partners work with a network of property developers and analyse suitable investment opportunities to bring to market. Products offered by Shojin include secured lending with fixed returns, rental property and mini-bond investments, while current projects available for investment include a development in Southend-On-Sea, Essex, with a funding target of £1.45m. Once a project passes their extensive due diligence process it is placed on the crowdfunding platform for individuals to invest. Going forward, these projects may also be launched on the Smartlands platform and offered as a tokenised asset to investors.

Jatin Ondhia, CEO of Shojin Property Partners (http://www.shojin.co.uk/) said "since Shojin launched in 2009, investors have enjoyed investing into equity or debt securities backed by property. Now our collaboration with Smartlands means that we can also issue tokens backed by property and even accept cryptocurrency payments. This is all about giving investors choice."

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Investors can invest using traditional currency as well as cryptocurrency. Furthermore, transactions are stored on the blockchain, taking Shojin and Smartlands a step closer to developing a full property investment trading platform that is transparent, fast and secure.

"We are proud to share values and vision for the development of financial markets around the world," said Arnoldas Nauseda, CEO of Smartlands Platform.

Please visit www.shojin.co.uk to find out more about property investment crowdfunding and www.smartlands.io for more details about investing through tokenisation. Interested parties can contact either company for further information about investing in the new Nottingham development.

Contact
Gareth Bain
***@shojin.co.uk


Source: Shojin Property Partners
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