The rental platform Rentberry, founded by Ukrainians Alexei Lubinsky and Lilia Ostapchuk, managed to raise $ 20 million less than a month from the date of the initial coin offering (ICO). This was a record of fees for the global rental tech and allowed the company to enter the top-ICO in 2018 for version Inc. and the top ten most hot real-estate start-ups on Forbes.
Alexei Lyubinsky explains the success of crowdsale by the fact that their platform has already proved itself.
“The fact that our platform already works successfully in almost 5,000 cities, distinguishes it from tokens that do not have a real business,” said Rentberry CEO.
With the help of BERRY tokens, investors will be able to pay a deposit for renting an apartment and other digital services that Rentberry has a lot. The team hopes to collect a hardcap of $ 30 million before the end of the ICO, which is scheduled for February 22. It should be noted that earlier the startup attracted venture investments worth $ 4 million from investors from 19 states in America and 11 countries of the world.
Recall, the Rentberry project since 2015 is developing a decentralized platform for long-term rental of real estate on the domestic market based on the ERC20-token BERRY. According to the developers, Rentberry can solve a number of important problems in its industry, including manual selection of potential tenants, difficulties with document verification, high commission of intermediaries and requirements for security deposits.