A block-chain established company, Crowdvilla, allows groups of people to buy and share their own holiday houses, recently had bought a series of holiday homes including luxury hotels and high-end villas in Bali, Indonesia.
Crowdvilla is revitalizing the sharing economy through its decentralized real estate platform, allowing users to book serviced holiday homes that are co-owned by Crowdvilla community members.
The collection of shared holiday properties, spread across Gianyar, Seminyak and Legian in Bali is the first in history to be acquired by a block-chain based startup and sold using digital tokens.
“We’re thrilled to make history as the first non-profit, block-chain based startup to bring shared holiday homes to its community of users using our CRV and CROWD tokens model,” says Darvin Kurniawan, Co-Founder and CEO of Crowdvilla.
One of the acquired beachfront villas on the shores of Bali spans 4,100 square meters and comes with its own pool, a spacious garden, and a master bedroom with an ocean view. It has four other bedrooms, a two-bedroom guest house, and can sleep 14 people comfortably.
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