IHT Real Estate Protocol

Global Real Estate Blockchain Cloud Platform

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Overview


Symbol
IHT

Opening date
05. Feb 2018

Closing date
23. Feb 2018

Concept

IHT is a smart contract technology and distributed accounting technology developed for the purpose of splitting real estate under i-house.com, which utilizes blockchain’s intrinsic advantages such as distrust mechanism, anti-tamper, co-supervision and traceability. Through IHT’s smart contract, large real estate can be split and distributed to financial institutions. In this way, the user will get the opportunity to invest small amounts of money and benefit from real estate, it also ensures the security and low risk of investment.

Team


Members

Ricky Ng - Chairman and Founder

Evan Kim - Chief Operating Officer

Nana Chen - Chief Marketing Officer

Eric Yao - Chief Blockchain Officer

Kevin Leung - Chief Financial Officer

Henry Yu - Chief Legal Advisor

JC Xu - Blockchain Consultant

Neil Jiang - Senior Product Manager

Ares Xie - Leader of Technical Department

Catherine Su - Chairman Secretary & Legal Specialist


Country of origin
Hong Kong

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