Fieldcoin is disrupting a market of more than 10 trillions USD, enabling everyone to own and manage farmland from distance. Agricultural land is the most stable asset of all over the last decades. Fieldcoin tokens contrast with other utility tokens in providing a Trade Back rate on the Fieldcoin platform stabilizing its price during bear markets.
When holding Fieldcoin tokens, you will not only be able to buy, sell and manage real land properties in the form of non-fungible tokens, but also access full ownership and control over the production by tracing all the levels of inputs and outputs of chemicals applied to your soil. This platform will be build for the people, empowering everyone on Earth with land ownership rights.
During the FCO (Field Coin Offering) users will already be able to buy land properties with their tokens. In exchange for their Ethers, Bitcoins and Fieldcoins, holders will receive LANDS non-fungible tokens (ERC721) representing an agricultural land.
Fieldcoin is developing a platform using blockchain technology to connect landowners with crowdfunding investors while enabling fast and cheaper transfers of land properties to individuals and companies.
Fieldcoin's mission is to bring the blockchain technology to land property transactions and agricultural crowdfunding projects whilecreating a stable transaction instrument easing the process of land and agribusiness acquisition.
Fieldcoin associates three of the most disruptive innovations: IoT, Blockchain technology, 4.0 Agribusiness Technologies and Crowdfunding.
Fieldcoin Ltd will create the 1st decentralized land property management global marketplace that enables the coordination of countries blockchain-based registry systems in order to facilitate transactions between individuals.
Fieldcoin Ltd will integrate land ownership into its eco-system and monetize the properties on the blockchain using ERC721 tokens.
Fieldcoin ERC20 holders will have access to full land ownership on the platform and will be able to buy, sell and exchange their properties while choosing the planted crops and management type of their farmland at distance.