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Cryptocurrency projects which seek to tokenize real assets are going to run into the problem of rights enforcement. Operating outside of the long arm of the law means you don’t always have full access to its useful aspects, either, and so fraud may ensue. This is a drawback for all crypto assets which try to bridge the divide between the digital and the real. So while we must be cognizant of that, we don’t want to miss out on good opportunities, either.

Real.markets notes in their whitepaper that current real estate investment schemes are rife with inefficiencies, but the truth of the matter is that the same can be said for many blockchain designs and implementations. Nevertheless, no points off for trying to present yourself as the solution to the alleged problem.

Real estate does remain a great long-term investment, location dependent, of course. There are places you could have invested in 10 years ago for much more than you can buy or sell them for today. It’s all relative, and a truly revolutionary product would work on cutting through the misinformation about things. According to a report from Forbes earlier in the year, the following are true of real estate:

  • Home prices will slowly rise.
  • Mortgage market will make ownership harder to attain, so those who already own will be better positioned.
  • Upcoming generations may have better credit opportunities.

A full-fledged, down-to-the-splinter-of-wood inspection of the property in question, with a copious amount of photographs to complement it, that would be the kind of thing the masses would flock to. Especially if that were only one feature of such a platform. When such a thing arises, we’ll certainly be interested in what its token might be able to do for us.

But let’s see what we’re offered in Real.markets.

Real Estate has been historically considered the best way to preserve wealth. However, Real Estate investments today present significant inefficiencies such as lack of efficiency and liquidity. […] REAL (Real Estate Asset Ledger) team is applying Blockchain technologies to the world of Real Estate investments in order to solve those issues. REAL is an Ethereum Smart-Contracts governed ecosystem that focuses on creating the best conditions for Real Estate investment eliminating costs due to unnecessary intermediaries, providing transparency and liquidity, alleviating tax inefficiencies and easing cross-border transactions under a unified crowdfunding platform.

REAL (Real Estate Asset Ledger) is a new Ethereum Smart-Contracts governed ecosystem that applies Blockchain technologies to the enormous Real Estate investment industry, giving greater access to global investment in Real Estate, lowering barriers to entry, and increasing market liquidity. […] It will offer an effective method of investing and securing the value of the existing +100 Billion USD equivalent in cryptocurrency into the less volatile and growing Real Estate market by generating rental income and value appreciation. […] REAL Founders have invested USD 350.000 in the company […]

So far it’s all still a bit too vague. It would seem sensible to stop reading the thing, if it were the author’s money. You should be able to tell me what you want to do with my money within the first couple of sentences. Just tell me what you want, and what I get, and we can play ball. If we agree there is a problem, let’s solve it together. We’ll both profit. But this is not how many ICOs are approaching business. Instead, things must be a bit confusing.

Several pages pass. We still don’t know what we’re actually getting into. Just “blockchain applied to real estate.” On page 5, we get the meat of the thing, and probably the main problem.

On our Crowdfunding site, users will be able to exchange REAL Tokens for economic rights of a property and will be backed by physical Real Estate. Our users will also be able to trade their investments at our platform, turning Real Estate investments into liquid investments.

Full stop, we can see a problem with this. You’re just some people with a tech company. You’re not a government with guns you can use to enforce anything at all. Even if you have wizardry in the technical sense, you’re going to need banks on board.

That’s going to take time and money. “Rights enforcement” is a red herring like no other. It’s not something the author wants his money in, nor does he think many want to try their hand at that. In fact, it’s probably not something private entities should overtly try playing around with at this point in time. It relies on government acquiescence to essentially non-regulated markets, and agreement to enforce rights contracts drawn up on the same.

On page 6, we learn that:

REAL will earn a 10% commission fee on all income or value appreciation profits from investments made through the platform. For example, if a property participation generates 100 ETH in profits, REAL platform will keep 10 ETH and pay 90 ETH to the investor.

One has to wonder if existing real estate investment firms, which have none of the problems of actual enforcement that REAL will face, cannot simply do better than 10%. People are free to invest their dividends into cryptocurrency if they want to, after all. It may be that this product is too early, or just not serious enough to get the job done. One way or another, this whole risk of “rights enforcement” is just too large to give a pass. One cannot simply overlook such a thing.

REAL Token

Hard to believe at this stage of the ICO boom we’re being presented with such low quality offerings, but here we are:

Real Tokens are a digital representation of a participation entry ticket for our crowdfunding site. They are divisible until 0.000000000000000001 REAL (1/1.000.000.000.000.000.000 REAL). Real Tokens are minted via a Token Sale Smart Contract and can be held in any Ethereum ERC20 compatible Wallet.

The old “spread the risk among millions and millions of people are just a little exposed” idea. The one that tanked the global economy by putting toxic assets in with okay assets. From a traditional perspective, literally nothing that could be offered on Real.markets will actually be far from toxic. When not toxic, they still carry an element of danger. If you need a real estate play in the cryptosphere, Rex at least has the rational idea of disrupting the listings racket. That is something that doesn’t interfere with the government’s ongoing dominance in various parts of people’s lives.

REAL Tokens will be tradable outside REAL platform, as they are an ERC20 Token so they will have an inherent value in the exchanges. Users will also be able to use REAL Tokens for acquiring real estate economic participations at our crowdfunding platform.

This author has never seen a weaker value proposition. We don’t even need to look at their “stellar team” to know this is a load of bad investment in ICO clothing.

REAL Verdict

Nope, nope, nope. Checks all the boxes for ill-prepared, ill-informed, and likely to fail. “Inherent value” at exchanges? Indeed, of precisely next to nothing. If people are going to begin using platforms to swap property, one suspects that some of the old school big boys will get in on the action and simply blockchain their current business. There are plenty of Wall Street firms thirsty, looking at the cryptocurrency boom with envy.

We recommend serious caution for any ICO that proports to “enforce rights.” Make no mistake, if rights are enforced, it is done by the government. And cryptocurrencies are simply not suited for the functions of government, at present time, although by design they can eventually be so.

Risk

  • Scammer’s paradise. -4
  • Questionable token value, massive supply. -4

Growth Potential

  • Disruption of property will be big. +3
  • Hype around this ICO is huge. +3
  • Despite their disconnect with the reality of “rights enforcement,” the team seem to have done a good job building significant momentum. +3
  • They are running their ICO through Bitcoin Suisse and have contracted with some significant advisors. While this does not inspire extreme confidence in the actual idea, it does mean that the token is a bit better for speculating on. +2

Disposition

We are giving Real.markets a 4.0 based on our current outlook on such tokenization schemes. We believe they are ill-fated unless they find more interesting ways of “enforcing rights.” Until that is up front and obvious, we have to assess that these things are probably low-performers where both short and long-term where our readers could be earning real returns elsewhere. We will of course return to the matter when some of these tokenized asset ICOs have been on the market awhile, assessing the best performers at that point, if there are any, and modifying our ratings for the purpose.

Investment Details

Investment begins August 31st. Visit https://www.real.markets/ and follow directions carefully. Be sure to research “real.markets scam” around that time to avoid any scams that may arise, as well, and make all decisions for yourself.

 

 

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5 stars on average, based on 2 rated postsP. H. Madore has covered the cryptocurrency beat over the course of hundreds of articles for Hacked's sister site, CryptoCoinsNews, as well as some of her competitors. He is a major contributing developer to the Woodcoin project, and has made technical contributions on a number of other cryptocurrency projects. In spare time, he recently began a more personalized, weekly newsletter at http://ico.phm.link




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  1. Inverstor Clouseau

    August 31, 2017 at 12:27 am

    Thank you, I read their whitepaper and did not consider a lot of this. I requested you cover this coin and you did, I really appreciate that. I’ve done my own research and your analysis adds a lot. This is why I am subscribed.

  2. horselditty

    August 31, 2017 at 6:14 am

    Do you think it would be a good coin to flip? Considering the hype that is.

  3. cryptonoob

    August 31, 2017 at 11:34 am

    I would not take the risk.
    As the author said , there are a lot of other opportunities at the moment with which you will sleep better at night.

  4. HITBTC

    August 31, 2017 at 8:20 pm

    For me is a great project. can create a Real Market in realestate by cryptocurrency.

  5. jagrmeister

    September 11, 2017 at 10:02 am

    I share your concern about the vagueness of the solution proposed. A lot of critical questions unanswered. I have now seen this with a few different ICO’s — all in real estate. It’s as if they think “Crypto is big, Real Estate is big- so if they’re offered together….”. And their line of thinking stops there. Thanks for the writeup; it confirmed my suspicions. I had thought about buying just to flip, but now I’m not going to bother. Maybe it will spike post-ICO, but it’s not worth the risk.

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Tesla: A Good Option to Invest

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By Dmitriy Gurkovskiy, Chief Analyst at RoboMarkets

Not so long ago, people only had landline phones that you couldn’t take anywhere, which now looks very inconvenient to modern people. Then, mobile phones appeared, and while you can take them anywhere, you must not forget to charge them regularly. However, charging your mobile has already become as usual as, for example, brushing your teeth.

When it comes to automobiles, modern fuel cars are like landline phones, as you can’t go anywhere without fueling them at a gas station, spending your time and money and planning your day depending on how much fuel you’ve got in your car tank. Electric cars are certainly cars of the future, and charging them would be something modern people are already much used to, as natural as fueling them now. It’s not the question of how much crude oil we still have on Earth; the point is that the progress is moving forward, and combustion engines, which are complex and expensive to maintain, will sooner or later become obsolete. Electric cars, where you don’t have to constantly watch how much engine oil or coolant remains inside, are about to replace the traditional fuel cars.

Tesla, a company founded in 2003, is by far the leader in electric cars production. One of its founders is the famous Elon Musk, an engineer and inventor.

Tesla presented its first electric car concept called Tesla Model S on March 26, 2009, in Hawthorne, CA. On June 22, 2012, after all R&D was completed, it was launched in the market and cost $112,000.

A few months later, the second prototype came in: this time, it was a crossover, Tesla Model X. According to Musk, Model X serial production would start in 2013, and the car would be available in late 2014. These plans proved to be too optimistic, though.

The supply start date was only announced in February 2014, but then postponed to Q2 and Q3 2015, and it fact the first supply was completed In September 2015. By the end of Q3, only 6 Model X cars were sold, each for $80,000.

In 2016, a new car, Tesla Model 3, was announced, and the sales were scheduled for the same year, but then the start date was postponed to 2017. The first Model 3 was actually sold in June 2017, at $35,000.

Since the first model sales start and up to now, the company has been unable to reach any net profit, with all earnings reports showing losses. The company was on the verge of bankruptcy as long ago as in 2008, and only a NASA contract saved it.

Perhaps the famous April 1 joke posted then by Musk was based on this very event.

However, it’s all quite different now.

Looking at the financial indicators of the company over the last 4 years, one can easily see where those losses come from. In 2014, Tesla invested $464M on R&D, while in 2015 they invested $717M, in 2016, $834M, and, finally, in 2017, the R&D cost Tesla $1.378B.

The losses were growing in proportion, but were cut in 2016 thanks to Model X sales. In 2018, the same may occur, as Model 3 is going to be quite popular, so the company may even start receiving profits.

Before 2015, the revenue came from a single model, which was Model S. In 2015, 50,446 cars were sold, with the total gross income of $5.649B.

In 2016, they started to sell Model X, which boosted the total year revenue to $7.728B.

If the company did not invest so much into R&D, perhaps, Tesla Inc. reports would now look far better than they are, but this would not last long, as the competition is also doing something.

When Model S sales started, it cost $112,000, while the average US citizen monthly income was $4,121. While not everyone could afford such a car, the sales went on rising, as Model S targeted mostly the luxury segment.

The next model cost $30,000 less, but was still inaccessible for an average consumer. This is why Tesla decided to release Model 3 at $35,000, much cheaper than the previous models. However, a bad surprise was expecting the company afterwards.

When Model 3 was presented, people could start applying for it with a deposit of just $1,000. By the end of the day, there were already 180,000 applications; three days later, the number already reached 272,000, and by May 2016, it went on rising to reach 373,000.

However, this only led to more expenses, as the company had to upgrade its production infrastructure in order to meet all those applications (the number of those exceeded the total number of cars sold since start).

When Tesla allowed its customers to apply for the new model, its production capacity was just 120 cars per week, while in order to meet all the needs Tesla had to boost it by 60 times, to 7,200 per week. Elon Musk is a go-getter, but this was crazy even for him.

Both investors and customers are already used to Musk not fulfilling his promises on time; this already happened with both Model S and Model X, where the supply date was postponed multiple times. It has not changed much now. By the end of Q1, Musk promised to reach 2,500 cars per week, but in fact was only able to boost it to 1,987. After breaking this promise, Musk said he was going to get 5,000 Model 3 cars per week by the end of Q2, and, curiously enough, this target was reached, according to the report as of July 2.

This news made the stock price go up, but right at the end of the trading session it was again down by 2.3%, as many investors just did not believe the report was true.

With the past experience of Musk’s promises being quite negative, Bloomberg developed an online tool where everyone can track the Model 3 production process by VIN. The news agency sends a request to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website which sends a response on the number of VIN’s registered for Model 3.

However, car manufacturers usually register VIN’s for the whole batch, so the values Bloomberg gets may be a bit higher than they in fact are. Still, according to these stats, the company reached 4,395 cars per week by July 2.

So, in fact, Musk did not fulfill his promise again, and the market reaction was of course negative. However, the key point here is not fulfilling promises but the overall progress that was made over such a short period of time. Just 6 months ago, Tesla produced around 200 Model 3 cars per week, while now this figure is over 4,000. Tesla market cap is already higher than the one of Ford Motor Company and nearly in line with that of General Motors, while those too have over 100 years of experience in car production and sales.

If Tesla is able to maintain the same progress as before, it will produce over 52,000 Model 3 cars by late Q3, which will lead to good Q3 and Q4 reports, while all negative effects of the trade war against China will be void.

Besides, if we also take Model S and Model X sales into account, chances for good reports get even higher.

Reaching 5,000 cars per week is a very difficult task: Tesla even had to place its new assembly line in a tent.

This GA4 (general assembly) allowed the company to boost the production by 20%, and it actually proved to be one of the key decisions.

Meanwhile, Musk says GA3 will be well enough to maintain the production capacity at 5,000 cars per week, while GA4 will help to reach the further target of 6,000 cars. With Tesla products being in demand, investors can be quite optimistic regarding the future of the company and invest more, although they do have some risks.

Tesla is now a leading electric cars producer with relatively accessible prices, but the competition are also looking towards electric car production, which may of course shrink the demand. Other risks include emergencies coming from the autopilot mode Tesla is quite fond of. There is no law regulating the driver responsibility in such cases yet, so the company has to face claims against itself, which lead to Tesla recommending using autopilot only as an additional feature that does not allow the driver to stop watching the road.

Doug Field, a talented engineer, leaving the company after working with it for 5 years is also an important negative factor. Elon Musk says this should not have any influence on the indicators coming in the following quarters, or on the new Tesla cars production.

Technically, there is a clear ascending trend on W1, with the price using the 200-day SMA as a support and constantly bouncing off it. The price has also managed to stay above $300, which may help it go further up, too.

There is no MACD divergence that could stop this growth for now.

Just like before, Tesla looks like a very good option for an investment. Elon Musk may set too ambitious goals, but he achieves them sooner or later. The demand for Model 3 still exceeds the production capacities, with over 400,000 cars pre-ordered, but this will also allow the company to develop new models. As such, the 40-ton truck, Tesla Semi, was already announced to the public in November 2017, and its serial production is scheduled for 2019.

According to some sources, there have already been 1,000 pre-orders, with the deposit increased from $5,000 to $20,000.

Thus, Tesla may become the first company to produce an electric truck in 2019.

 

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Crypto Update: Technical Setup Unchanged Despite Encouraging Rally

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Cryptocurrency bulls could breathe a sigh of relief on Monday as the secular uptrend in the most valuable coin got saved yet again, as BTC rallied above $6500 for the first time in a week after a low-volume consolidation period just above the $6000 level. All of the majors joined the rally as correlations remain very high in the segment, and the market recovered 10% on average with the total market cap of the coins getting back to $275 billion.

Despite the rally, the top coins are still stuck under key resistance levels, as the recent swing highs are still above the current prices and from a short-term standpoint, the downtrend is still intact. Until a move above the crucial levels, traders should still stay away from opening new positions, as odds continue to favor another test of the June lows.

That said, given the still intact long-term bullish setups in the most important digital currencies and the very negative sentiment that developed thanks to the long declining trend, a short-term trend change could be ahead. A bullish leadership is still yet to form, although Bitcoin’s short-term relative strength is a positive sign.

BTC/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

In BTC’s market, all eyes are once again on the $6750-$7000 zone that has capped the really attempts for a month now, and below that zone, the largest coin remains on a short-term sell signal. As the coin didn’t hit a lower low, a bullish pattern could form in the coming weeks, but until it remains in the current trading range, traders shouldn’t enter the market. Support above the long-term $5850 level is found at $6500, $6275, and $6000 while further resistance is ahead at $7350.

Altcoins Slightly Lagging Behind Amid Broad Rally

LTC/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

The major altcoins are in very similar short-term technical setups, thanks to the strong correlation between the coins, and the most bearish coins, like Litecoin, NEO, Monero, and Dash are still below the key support levels that they violated in June. While the previous lows held up this weekend, investors should still remain defensive with regards to the relatively weak currencies.

LTC/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

That still points to a dangerous long-term setup in the segment, and further technical progress is needed to switch the segment-wide trend. Ethereum remains below the key $500 level, although the coin managed to rally above the $475 level yet again, despite being relatively weak from a short-term perspective compared to BTC.

A rally above $500 would be a very positive short-term sign for ETH, and it could trigger a move to the $555-$575 zone. Primary support is at $450, with further levels at $420, $400, $380, and $360, and below $500 the short-term sell signal is intact.

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Disclaimer:  The analyst owns cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but doesn’t engage in short-term or day-trading, nor does he hold short positions on any of the coins.

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US Opens New Front in Trade War as Oil Plunges

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Financial markets are relatively calm today, with most of the major stock benchmarks being virtually unchanged after the weekend. The energy segment is experiencing the most activity as the volatile correction in crude oil prices continues. Besides that, the Euro’s relative strength is notable, but summer trading conditions remain dominant across the board, with low volumes and choppy intraday price action in most of the asset classes.

Shanghai Composite, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

There seems to be no stopping in the global escalation of trade tensions, as amid the Helsinki meeting between Trump and Putin, the US launched an official probe concerning the retaliatory tariffs of its largest trade partners. The move could deepen the standoff not just between the US and China, but the EU and its other allies as well, and global growth is already weakening, so with further trade troubles growth could grind to a halt.

S&P 500 Futures, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

While global stocks are still well off their highs, and Chinese equities remain in bear market territory, the main US indices are holding on to their recent gains, with the Nasdaq being the by far the strongest benchmark globally. The slightly weaker S&P 500 is also trading at a 4-month high despite trade war fears, and as the first earnings reports of the second quarter were slightly better than expected, with Bank of America beating today before the bell, bulls are still in control on Wall Street.

As for economic news, the much awaited US Retail Sales report delivered a small positive surprise, and last month’s figures were also revised higher. The report helped risk assets during the US session, even as the disappointing Chinese Industrial Production number weighed on investors sentiment earlier on.

Dollar Index, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

Despite the bullish numbers, the Dollar lost a bit of ground against its major peers, although forex markets were less active today than recently and the most traded pairs traded in relatively tight ranges after Friday’s hectic session.

Oil Back Below $70 per Barrel as Commodities Remain Weak

WTI Crude Oil, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

Crude oil prices are sharply lower yet again, with the WTI contract leading the way lower as tight short-term supply conditions got better in Canada, and the general weakness in the global commodity segment infected the market oil. The IMF’s report on weakening global growth, and the chatter about the release of some of the global strategic oil reserves also weighed on oil, and the WTI contract is now at $68 per barrel after trading as high as $75 just one week ago.

Copper, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

Elsewhere in the commodity space, it has been a quiet Monday session, with gold drifting slightly lower after a weak rally in early trading, as selling pressure is still apparent among precious metals. Copper, which also has been suffering in recent weeks as Chinese assets got slammed lower, is still consolidating above the strong long-term support zone that we pointed out last week.

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