Stellar (XLM) is one of the most active cryptocurrencies regarding partnerships and deals. That because Stellar Network managed to establish some essential agreements with big names from various industries. Now, Colliers International, a global real estate giant, adopted Smartlands, a Stellar (XLM) network.
In fact, the Stellar (XLM)-based Smartlands platform, a global security token issuance platform, teamed up with Colliers International, a renowned global company with branches in about 70 countries around the world.
Stellar (XLM) blockchain and the projects based on it are increasingly popular as more beneficial in comparison with other blockchains. Stellar Network is facilitating operations of companies and.
As for Smartland, this Stellar (XLM)-based project has the mission of tokenizing real estate and crowdfunding platforms for all over the world. In this regard, the platform is executing smart contracts and securing the companies’ sensitive data.
Now, as I’ve already mentioned, Smartlands Stellar Network-based platform teamed up with Colliers International.
Colliers International global real estate giant embraced Stellar (XLM) network
The Colliers International, a global real estate giant with offices in over 70 countries around the world, adopted the Stellar Network after signing an agreement with Smartlands, a Stellar (XLM)-based platform designed to tokenize real estate and crowdfunding platforms.
Also, the Smartlands CEO explained how the deal shaped up.
“Smartlands Platform approached Colliers International with a ready technological solution for tokenizing ownership of the real-world assets in a fully compliant legal framework, which instantly solves virtually all problems of the real estate industry,” said CEO of the Smartlands platform Arnoldas Nauseda.
The partnership between the two companies is yet another example of mainstream companies that want to take advantage of the potential of blockchain technologies for cross-border payments and crypto-to-fiat transactions.
Now, it’s the turn of Colliers International to take advantage of a blockchain, the Stellar (XLM) network via Smartlands. For 13 years in a row, Colliers International is a global real estate giant of the top-100 outsourcing companies, according to the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP).