LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 27, 2022 / United States Property Coin (USPC), a unique new cryptocurrency that is backed by income-producing real estate in the United States, has acquired a $10 million luxury multifamily property in Venice Beach, California as its first seed asset. The $10M property was designed and developed by Primior, the company behind USPC. This highly profitable property is home to nearly 100 individuals. This property is the first of many more to come, with the eventual goal of USPC being to acquire hundreds, possibly even thousands, more properties in the U.S., securitize those properties on the blockchain, and then distribute that value using the USPC token.
"This acquisition is a great achievement for USPC," said Johnney Zhang, the CEO and Founder of United States Property Coin. "The USPC token is slated to launch in late 2022, and when available for public purchase, 1 USPC will be valued at $1 USD. Over time, as the real estate assets it represents will appreciate (as real estate, historically, does), the value of 1 USPC will appreciate alongside those assets."
USPC, founded in 2021 by Johnney Zhang, is transforming the market by merging real estate investment and cryptocurrency. By tokenizing real estate assets located in high-demand markets throughout the United States, USPC brings blockchain innovation to property ownership. USPC is classified as an asset-backed security token, which utilizes an institutional-grade blockchain solution to comply with current securities law and regulations. In essence, a blockchain is a secure network, accessible using the internet, that processes transactions and then logs them on an open ledger, which is a website showing the transaction information. By leveraging its peer-to-peer nature as a security token, USPC can offer highly liquid access to the real estate market without compromising investor protection.
For more information about United States Property Coin, go to www.uspc.io
SOURCE: United States Property Coin
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