100 Ladrillos

img Guadalajara, Mexico
11 - 50 employees

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We are a digital platform where properties that generate income and surplus value are bought and sold, divided into 100 equal parts, which we call bricks. Supported by blockchain technology, electronic signatures and digital finance, we give security, transparency and liquidity to those who obtain their bricks. You can keep your bricks and receive rents while the added value of your properties increases or, you can sell your bricks at any time and get returns.

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