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CoFund Launches Revolutionary Investment Platform: A New Era for Real Estate Investment

Mon, 27/03/2023 - 13:00
CoFund Launches Revolutionary Investment Platform: A New Era for Real Estate Investment
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Bali, Indonesia, March, 27 - CoFund, a forward-thinking company, has officially launched its real estate tokenization platform, revolutionizing the investment landscape. CoFund aims to make real estate investment more accessible and diversified for a broader range of investors through blockchain technology.


Real estate tokenization enables a property to be broken down into digital tokens that represent ownership of a portion of the property. This method offers fractional ownership, liquidity, transparency, lower barriers to entry, diversification, and high potential returns compared to traditional real estate investing.

CoFund's first project is a 4-star hotel in Bali worth $10 million. The property is 100% owned by a special purpose vehicle (SPV) registered in Switzerland, which manages the investment and distributes the passive income to the shareholders. This legal structure is fully compliant with local laws and regulations in Bali, Indonesia and Switzerland, ensuring transparency and legitimacy.

Investors can buy tokenized shares of the SPV by investing any amount starting from $1,000. These share tokens represent an equity interest in the company that owns the real estate, giving investors the rights to receive passive income from net rental income and the rights to share the capital gain proceeds from its sale. The tokenization process is based on blockchain technology, providing transparency, security, and immutability of the transactions.

The CoFund platform also provides a secondary market for the share tokens, giving investors the flexibility to sell their tokens and exit the investment anytime they want to on a peer-to-peer (P2P) basis without any intermediaries. Moreover, investors can diversify their portfolios with multiple properties through real estate tokenization, an attractive option with lower barriers to entry and higher potential returns.

CoFund is determined to provide investors with legitimate and innovative investment opportunities through its real estate tokenization platform. The early investors of the Bali project will receive higher APYs, making it a great opportunity to invest in the ground floor of the project.

Investing in CoFund's real estate tokenization platform is simple and easy. Follow these steps:

  • Visit the company website at  and register for an account.
  • Complete the KYC and accreditation process.
  • Explore the details of the Bali project
  • Invest any amount starting from $1,000.
  • Receive passive income from net rental income.
  • Trade share tokens on the CoFund platform.

CoFund's platform launch provides a fresh and intriguing investment opportunity, offering numerous benefits over traditional real estate investing. Investing in legitimate and compliant projects has never been easier, and the CoFund real estate tokenization platform is leading the way to make it accessible to everyone.

About CoFund:

CoFund is a forward-thinking company that aims to revolutionize the real estate investment landscape with its innovative approach. The company is committed to making real estate investment more accessible to a broader range of accredited individual and institutional investors through real estate tokenization, a new and innovative investment opportunity made possible by blockchain technology. CoFund is dedicated to providing investment opportunities that offer numerous benefits over traditional real estate investing, such as fractional ownership, liquidity, transparency, lower barriers to entry, diversification, and high potential returns.

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