Whitepaper

Decentralized RWA development and value creation.

"Loading information (DATA SETs) from a traditional Building Information Modeling (BIM) system into a Large Language Model (LLM) like GPT is an intriguing concept that merges the fields of architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), and artificial intelligence." 

"BIM encompasses comprehensive digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places, essentially creating a digital twin of buildings that integrates detailed layers of information ranging from geometric data to time-related, cost, and sustainability attributes, but what about potential value that could be unlocked if these information was loaded into it's LLM expert model ?"

Designed by Core Team DAODISEO

Abstract:

 

Problem: Currently it is impossible to have a human like interaction with RWA.

The ODISEO network introduces a change in a paradigm for the digitalization and decentralized governance of Real-World Assets (RWAs) within the real estate domain. This white paper delineates a technological approach that bust a value creation during Real Estate development and ownership, harnessing the immutable ledger of blockchain technology alongside the data processing capabilities of Large Language Models (LLMs). In our approach, Blockchain serves as the backbone of the network, providing traceability, reliability, authenticity, and regulatory compliance for asset information, while LLM holds Building Information Modeling (BIM) related to the given asset.

In this design, blockchain ensures that every transaction and legal procedure is transparently and permanently recorded, and this way building a foundation of trust and security for all stakeholders involved. Transparency is a key benefit when it come to decentralization. At the same time ODISEO LLM makes possible human like interaction with RWAs whitelisted on ODISEO Network.

Note: Off-chain data integration points represent a potential point of failure and are discussed later within the paper.

In tandem, the ODISEO Network and RWA Expert Large Language Model serve as a dynamic repository of voluminous RWAs data inherent in BIM. The fine tuned Falcon 180B LLM, specifically tuned with DAODISEO learning process, is employed to assimilate, manage, and intelligently interact with BIM data, thus enabling a more nuanced and accessible understanding of RWA data on-chain. This integration of RWA on blockchain and AI not only streamlines complex data sets into actionable insights but also propels the efficiency of the real estate development process. The white paper further explores how the ODISEO Network's innovative use of smart contracts automates RWA price discovery, ownership transfers as well as use of RWA whitelisted on chain as a collateral for borrowing / lending within the protocol. ODISEO Network uses dual-token system of fungible governance & utility token ODIS and Non-fungible GAIA (BIM) NFTs like tokens that represent shares in a Special Propose Vehicle (Legal Entity) that holds and mange RWA whitelisted on ODISEO Network. This approach introduces a novel economic framework for RWA transactional operations and ownership representation. DAODISEO's vision extends to fostering a new decentralized model of real estate development that is equitable, transparent, and optimized for the future. ODISEO Network is designed to mitigate risks such as fraud and mismanagement and to promote a sustainable, investor-friendly environment.

 

Table of content:

1. Introduction

  1. Background and Rationale
  2. Challenges of RWA digitalization
  3. The DAODISEO Solution

2. The Blockchain Revolution in Real Estate

  • Fundamentals 
  • Advantages of Blockchain for Real Estate
  • Case Studies: Blockchain in Action

3. Role of Large Language Models in RWA

  • Introduction to Large Language Models (LLMs)
  • The Falcon 180B LLM: Architecture and Application
  • LLMs as Repositories for BIM Data

4. The ODISEO Network Architecture

  • System Overview
  • Blockchain and LLM Synergy
  • Node Structure and Validator Roles

5. Digitalization of Real-World Assets

  • RWA Digitalization Strategy
  • Enhancing Traceability and Authenticity
  • Legal

6. Smart Contracts and Process Automation

  • Designing Smart Contracts for Real Estate
  • Automating Transactions and Ownership Transfers
  • Smart Contracts in Governance

7. The Dual-Token Economy of ODISEO

  • ODIS Tokens: Utility and Transactional Flow
  • GAIA NFTs: Asset Ownership and Representation
  • Tokenomics and Economic Model

8. Stakeholder Engagement and Network Governance

  • Decentralized Governance Models
  • Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities
  • Community Engagement Strategies

9. Risk Management and Security

  • Security Protocols on the ODISEO Network
  • Mitigating Fraud and Mismanagement
  • Compliance and Regulatory Considerations

10. The Future of Real Estate Development

  • Projected Impacts of the ODISEO Network
  • Scalability and Integration with Existing Systems
  • Vision for a Global RWA Marketplace

11. Investor Relations and Market Potential

  • Attracting Investment
  • Investor Incentives and Rewards
  • Market Analysis and Growth Projections

12. Case Studies and Pilot Projects

  • Early Adopters of the ODISEO Network
  • Lessons Learned and Best Practices
  • Future Pilot Projects

13. Challenges and Opportunities

  • Technical and Operational Challenges
  • Opportunities for Innovation and Expansion
  • Strategic Roadmap for Future Development

14. Conclusion

  • Summary of Key Points
  • Call to Action for Stakeholders
  • Final Thoughts and Next Steps

Appendices

  • Glossary of Terms
  • Technical Specifications
  • Legal Framework and Compliance Guidelines

1.Introduction

1.1. Background and Rationale

The global real estate market, a bastion of economic wealth, has traditionally operated within a framework that has prioritized stability over innovation. This has led to entrenched inefficiencies and a notable opacity, creating a landscape where the potential for technological integration and process optimization remains largely untapped. In a world where digital transformation is reshaping industries, the real estate sector's reticence to embrace change has introduced a spectrum of systemic challenges that hamper agility and progress.

The ODISEO Network is born from a strategic collaboration that brings together the expertise of Real Estate Subject Matter Experts, seasoned Business Consultants, and pioneers from the world of decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). This alliance is poised to dismantle the barriers to modernization by creating a nexus between traditional real estate acumen and the revolutionary potential of decentralized governance.

Going beyond the mere adoption of technology, DAODISEO is a manifesto for change, grounded in a belief that the future of real estate lies in a harmonious blend of reliable data, human like interaction with assets, and a participatory governance model. The Cosmos blockchain technology, with its interoperable SDK, provides the architectural skeleton for this vision proven by giants like Binance with it's Binance Smart Chain built with Cosmos Tech Stack. Meanwhile, the Falcon 180B AI serves as the central nervous system, interpreting and managing the intricate layers of data that encapsulate the full breadth of an asset's lifecycle within the Building Information Modeling (BIM) framework.

In our solution BIM methodology is not just an operational tool; it is a transformative force. By embracing a model that captures the intricate details of an asset's lifecycle, DAODISEO facilitates a reimagining of asset development and management. It ensures that from the earliest planning stages to the final phases of development, every decision is informed, every risk is assessed, and the strategic direction is clear and cohesive.

The real estate ecosystem that DAODISEO envisions is one where transparency and efficiency are the cornerstones of every transaction and development project. The indelible nature of blockchain's ledger ensures that trust is not just promised, but inherently delivered. It bridges the historical divide created by asymmetric information and fragmented data standards, paving the way for a future where real estate transactions are as fluid and reliable as those in more digitally mature sectors.

The DAODISEO network's promise extends into the domain of LLMs, where the Falcon 180B not only stores and processes data but anticipates and learns from it, offering predictive insights that redefine asset management. This intelligent interplay between robust data structures and AI analytics is what sets the stage for a truly decentralized Real-World Asset (RWA) development methodology.

As this white paper unfolds, we will delve deeper into the DAODISEO network's innovative architecture, the symbiotic relationship between blockchain and AI, and the unprecedented ways our comprehensive BIM strategy will revolutionize the future of the real estate industry.

1.2. Challenges of RWA Digitalization

The idea of integrating BIM data with LLMs is part of broader research interests in leveraging AI to enhance the AEC industry's capabilities, including optimizing building design, improving construction management, and facilitating operations and maintenance. 

However, there are a few considerations and challenges in such an endeavor:

Data Complexity and Volume: BIM files can be extremely large and complex, incorporating vast amounts of data across various dimensions (3D models plus time, cost, and operational data). An LLM would need to be specifically designed or adapted to interpret this structured data effectively.

Interoperability and Standardization: There's a challenge in ensuring that the data from BIM systems, often stored in proprietary formats or standards like Industry Foundation Classes (IFC), can be seamlessly imported into and understood by an LLM. This requires sophisticated parsing and interpretation mechanisms.

Use Cases and Applications: The potential applications of integrating BIM with LLMs could be vast, from generating detailed reports and analytics to providing predictive insights for maintenance and operations. This potential could be unlocked by offering service for wide range of use cases for RWAs that are planned for digitization and integrations with DeFi.

Privacy and Security: BIM data often includes sensitive information about buildings and their occupants. Any experiment involving loading this data into an LLM must address privacy and security considerations, ensuring that the data is handled and processed in compliance with relevant regulations and standards.

The concept of Real-World Asset (RWA) digitalization in the real estate sector is rife with complexities that stem from the tangible nature of these assets and the intricate web of stakeholders involved in their lifecycle. The path to transforming physical assets into digital formats is beset by a myriad of challenges that the ODISEO network seeks to address. The main challenge is to address needs of the complex network of individuals, groups, or organizations that are involved in, affected by, or have an interest in a particular project, policy, or business venture and are impacting the RWA and it's Digital Twin. In the context of real estate or a project like the ODISEO network, this include:

  • Property owners
  • Investors and shareholders
  • Real estate developers
  • Construction companies
  • Architects and designers
  • Engineers and contractors
  • Regulatory bodies and government agencies
  • Financial institutions and lenders
  • Tenants and end-users
  • Legal professionals
  • Local communities and interest groups

Each stakeholder has distinct roles, interests, responsibilities, and levels of influence, and their interactions can be complex due to their differing objectives and the need for coordination among them. Managing the intricate web of stakeholders is a endemic challenge, but other challenges are representing non less burning issues for the industry.

All Stakeholders belong to the 1 of 7 Groups of Interests:

Other challenges:

Data Fragmentation and Inaccessibility: One of the foremost hurdles is the fragmentation of data across various platforms and institutions. Critical information pertaining to RWAs is often siloed within traditional BIM DBs in the best of the cases, different entities such as government registries, construction companies, and financial institutions, making accessibility and aggregation a significant challenge.

Standardization: Unlike digital-native assets, RWAs suffer from a lack of standardization. From legal documentation to architectural plans, each asset is a unique amalgamation of specifications and agreements. Establishing a common framework that can encapsulate this diversity in a standardized, digital form requires an innovative approach that transcends traditional boundaries.

Verification and Trust: Ensuring the authenticity and provenance of RWA-related information is paramount. The verification processes for these assets must be foolproof to maintain trust among all parties. However, current systems are often cumbersome, prone to human error, and susceptible to fraud, which undermines confidence and hinders transactional fluidity.

Regulatory Compliance: Real estate is one of the most heavily regulated sectors, with compliance requirements varying dramatically across jurisdictions. Digitalizing RWAs necessitates a system that not only understands and adheres to these regulations but also dynamically adapts to changes in the legal landscape.

Stakeholder Coordination: A multitude of stakeholders are engaged in the lifecycle of an RWA, each with their own objectives and systems of record. Coordinating among these parties digitally requires a platform that can seamlessly integrate disparate systems, manage complex interactions, and facilitate consensus.

Lifecycle Management: RWAs go through a comprehensive lifecycle from development to sale, and beyond. Digitally managing this lifecycle while capturing all the nuances of the development process, financial transactions, and ownership changes is a task of herculean proportions, further complicated by the need for ongoing maintenance and management data.

The digitalization of RWAs is not merely a process of converting physical records into digital files. It is about creating a living digital ecosystem that mirrors the multifaceted reality of real estate assets. The challenges are as diverse as the opportunities they present, and addressing them requires a novel approach that leverages cutting-edge technology and a deep understanding of the real estate domain. The subsequent section, "The DAODISEO Solution," outlines how the ODISEO network is engineered to transform these challenges into a blueprint for the digital future of real estate.

1.3. The DAODISEO Solution

ODISEO Network make possible a Non-Fungible Digital Twin Assets featuring an on-chain traceability of Building Information Modeling (BIM) events used for machine learning process on top of Large Language Model (LLM) optimized for Real-World Asset (RWA) Development Processes, and meticulously calibrated with RWA Data and historical development records. Many of the bottlenecks of AI can be effectively overcome by combining the two technologies [1-2]. AI relies on data to learn, infer, and make decisions. AI works better and more accurately when it learns from a secure, trusted data repository. Meanwhile, as a distributed ledger, blockchain data can be transacted and stored in a way that is cryptographically signed, verified, and consented to by participating nodes. Therefore, blockchain data has high security and integrity. Then, blockchain can create a highly secure, trusted, decentralized system for highly sensitive information in AI. By integrating on-chain data with LLM-enhanced BIM content, the ODISEO network facilitates a multifaceted approach to RWA management that significantly benefits all stakeholders involved in the asset's lifecycle. This fusion of technologies ensures that detailed, accurate, and real-time information is readily accessible, leading to a more streamlined and efficient development process.

 

 

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1.3.1 Standard Software leveraged

The Interchain is a network of interoperable blockchains built on BFT consensus (IBC, Cosmos SDK & Ignite Functionalities)

  • Role: Provides the foundational blockchain infrastructure. Communicate with other Cosmos Blockchains via IBC interface. The ever-expanding ecosystem provides an SDK, tokens, wallets, applications, and services. 
  • Integration with BIM: Facilitates the recording and validation of BIM-related transactions and events on the blockchain.

 

Open BIM Role

openBIM extends the benefits of BIM (Building Information Modeling) by improving the accessibility, usability, management and sustainability of digital data in the built asset industry. At its core, openBIM is a collaborative process that is vendor neutral. openBIM processes can be defined as sharable project information that supports seamless collaboration for all project participants. openBIM facilitates interoperability to benefit projects and assets throughout their lifecycle.

openBIM empowers stakeholders to develop new ways of working by transforming traditional peer-to-peer work processes. By breaking down data silos, openBIM® can greatly improve project delivery and asset performance. Firms that adopt an openBIM® approach develop cross-party collaboration, enhanced communication and industry standard exchange methodologies. This delivers better project outcomes, greater predictability, improved performance and increased safety with reduced risk.
Throughout the whole lifecycle of an asset, openBIM helps connect people, processes and data to achieve asset delivery, operation and maintenance goals. openBIM plus seamless digital workflows make critical project information accessible to participants on a timely basis to support decision-making through various phases of the project from inception to hand-over to refurbishment and even demolition. openBIM removes the traditional problem of BIM data that is typically constrained by proprietary vendor data formats, by discipline or by the phase of a project.

By adhering to international standards and working procedures, openBIM® extends the breadth and depth of the use of BIM by creating common alignment and language. Technical applications developed for openBIM® improve the management of data and eliminate disconnected workflows. Independent quality benchmarks ensure reliable open data exchanges.

openBIM permits digital workflows based on vendor-neutral formats such as IFC, BCF, COBie, CityGML, gbXML, etc...

openBIM enables an accessible digital twin which provides the core foundation to a long-term data strategy for built assets. This provides better sustainability for projects and for more efficient management of the built environment.

The principles of openBIM recognise that:

  1. Interoperability is key to the digital transformation in the built asset industry
  2. Open and neutral standards should be developed to facilitate interoperability
  3. Reliable data exchanges depend on independent quality benchmarks
  4. Collaboration workflows are enhanced by open and agile data formats
  5. Flexibility of choice of technology creates more value to all stakeholders
  6. Sustainability is safeguarded by long-term interoperable data standards

The benefits for the built asset industry are that:

  • openBIM greatly enhances collaboration for project delivery
  • openBIM enables better asset management.
  • openBIM provides access to BIM data created during design for the whole life cycle of the built asset.
  • openBIM extends the breadth and depth of BIM deliverables by creating common alignment and language by adhering to international standards and commonly defined work processes.
  • openBIM facilitates a common data environment that provides opportunities for users to develop new workflows, software applications and technology automation.
  • openBIM enables an accessible digital twin which provides the core foundation to a long-term data strategy for built assets

 

Falcon LLM

Falcon 180B is a super-powerful language model with 180 billion parameters, trained on 3.5 trillion tokens. It's currently at the top of the Hugging Face Leaderboard for pre-trained Open Large Language Models and is available for both research and commercial use..

This model performs exceptionally well in various tasks like reasoning, coding, proficiency, and knowledge tests, even beating competitors like Meta's LLaMA 2.

Among closed source models, it ranks just behind OpenAI's GPT 4, and performs on par with Google's PaLM 2 Large, which powers Bard, despite being half the size of the model.

  • Role: Hold DAODISEO LLM Brain

 

1.3.2 Asset Module:

  • Role: Serves as a template for RWA smart contracts, and defining at the same time a master structure for minting RWAs. The Asset Module will be leveraged by RWA Smart Contracts during inception of the asset on-chain (minting), as well as during the entire life cycle of the RWA. It defines rules (workflows that add value) for further interaction with BIM data as well as a framework to define the properties and characteristics of RWAs. Each dimension and layer of the Digital Twin will correspond to specific intersection between each of the 7 Real Estate Interest Groups and 4 Phases of the RWA development methodology.

1.3.3 RWA Smart Contracts:

Real Estate Smart Contract process starts with building relationship with the BROKER, who eventually is incentivized to bring a new RWA prospect which is progressively enriched with information as a result of interaction between a BROKER and DAODISEO AI Engine. When prospect is approved and new RWA is created on DAODISEO Blockchain, the asset become a contract visible to the rest of the community (e.g. potential BUYERS and existing LANDLORDS). Contracts can be bundled together in case they are part of the same Development Project and Mortgage Deal is drafted and made available to MORTGAGE BROKERS. Information is also distributed to INVESTORS & PROPERTY MANAGERS about updated financial positions of the system as well as new opportunities. 

  • Role: Allow for management of RWAs on the blockchain during entire life cycle of the asset (e.g. Minting of the RWA Prospect. Payment Plan Contract. 6 quarterly payments, Total 200$K)
  • Interaction with BIM: Smart contracts will encode the BIM data structure element into the blockchain, linking each RWA to its corresponding BIM dimensions and layers. This includes tracking changes over time (4D), cost management (5D), sustainability metrics (6D), and more. Related transactions/events shall be recorded and conform to the predefined rules set in the RWA smart contracts.

Methods:

  1. MintAsset:

    • Description: Initializes a new asset within the blockchain.
    • Parameters: Asset details (e.g., type, initial value, BIM data).
    • Returns: Asset ID or confirmation of creation.
    • Note: At this stage no legal entity yet participate, therefore asset is listed under DAODISEO Decentralized Governance "Ownership" 

BROKER's involvement in RWA inception (Minting DAODISEO Eggs) in the context of Development Process:

 

Brokers are important as they bring Eggs to the DAODISEO basket:

Storyline for Broker:

Falcon takes care of the DAODISEO Eggs, by "thinking" across "7 Perspectives" that represent The Needs of the Main Real Estate Players. Falcon's "brain LLM" gets time dimension brought by Blockchain Consensus Engine, and BIM RWA Events Information triggered across 4 Phases of the On-chain Real Estate Due Diligence process. During the process Minter is assigning Weights to each combination of Perspective and Phase. Weighting across RE Development Phases are tied to Information Completeness, while keeping Perspectives balanced protect healthy pipeline of RWA managed on DAODISEO. Falcon is able to find additional content about provided RWA prospect from the internet. Falcons Brain operates with this structure in mind from now on while providing intelligence across all 7 perspectives.

  1. jailAsset:

    • Description: Temporarily locks an asset to prevent transactions due to compliance issues or disputes.
    • Parameters: Asset ID, reason for jailing.
    • Returns: Confirmation of asset status change.
  2. releaseAsset:

    • Description: Unlocks a jailed asset, allowing transactions to resume.
    • Parameters: Asset ID.
    • Returns: Confirmation of asset status change.
  3. transferEquity:

    • Description: Transfers equity from one account to another.
    • Parameters: Source account, destination account, amount.
    • Returns: Transaction receipt or confirmation.
  4. transferLiability:

    • Description: Transfers liability between accounts.
    • Parameters: Source account, destination account, amount.
    • Returns: Transaction receipt or confirmation.
  5. updateAssetValue:

    • Description: Updates the current value of an asset.
    • Parameters: Asset ID, new value.
    • Returns: Confirmation of value update.
  6. changeStatus:

    • Description: Changes the status of an asset (e.g., green, amber, red).
    • Parameters: Asset ID, new status.
    • Returns: Confirmation of status update.
  7. addBIMData:

    • Description: Adds or updates Building Information Modeling (BIM) data set for the asset.
    • Parameters: Asset ID, BIM data structure elements involved and their relationship with other data sets.
    • Returns: Confirmation of data addition/update.
  8. recordBIMEvent:

    • Description: Records a BIM-related event or transaction.
    • Parameters: Asset ID, event details.
    • Returns: Event ID or confirmation.
  9. generateReport:

  • Description: Generates a report of the asset's history, transactions, and current status.
  • Parameters: Asset ID, report type.
  • Returns: Report data.
  1. validateTransaction:
  • Description: Validates a transaction involving the asset.
  • Parameters: Transaction details.
  • Returns: Validation result.
  1. freezeAsset:
  • Description: Freezes all transactions for an asset, typically for legal or regulatory reasons.
  • Parameters: Asset ID, reason for freezing.
  • Returns: Confirmation of asset freeze.
  1. unfreezeAsset:
  • Description: Unfreezes an asset, allowing transactions to resume.
  • Parameters: Asset ID.
  • Returns: Confirmation of asset unfreeze.
  1. decommissionAsset:
  • Description: Permanently removes an asset from active status, typically when it's no longer in use.
  • Parameters: Asset ID, decommission details.
  • Returns: Confirmation of decommission.
  1. auditTrail:
  • Description: Retrieves the audit trail or history of all transactions and changes related to an asset.
  • Parameters: Asset ID.
  • Returns: Audit trail data.

These methods cover a wide range of functionalities, from basic asset management to more complex interactions involving BIM data and asset status changes. 

 

 

1.3.4 Validators:

  • Role: ODISEO validators is to represent different groups of interest on the RWA and ODISEO chain. In this sense, the role of ODISEO validators is not only to validate transactions and maintain the integrity of the blockchain, but also to extend the on-chain governance to the best practices of RWA development process with focus on Real Estate. 
  • Interaction with RWA BIM structure and LLM: Validators with Real Estate Management inclinations together with Asset Holders will ensure that RWA Digital Twin on chain follows the highest international open standards for BIM Management and protect the quality of DATA SETS that enter into ODISEO LLM. 

 

1.3.5. Databases:

  • Blockchain Database: Stores BIM Events and transaction records.
  • LLM Falcon 180B: Stores detailed RWA data sets for BIM elements.
  • Interaction with BIM: The databases will store the detailed RWA BIM structure with all it's elements on chain, connected at any time with multi-layered information for each BIM dimension. The blockchain database will focus on transactional data and event logs, while LLM Falcon 180B will handle complex, detailed BIM data sets.

1.3.6. Client Interface (Chat with LLM):

  • Role: Provides a user interface for interacting with the blockchain and accessing BIM data.
  • Interaction with RWA: UX will include possibility of users query RWA data via Chat GPT style chat webpage, but will be extended to other functionalities like receive updates on BIM events, and interact with the RWA smart contracts through this interface.

1.3.7 Integration of BIM into the Asset Structure:

  • Asset Structure Accounts: Each RWA within the Asset Structure will have associated accounts representing its value (equity and liabilities).
  • BIM Structure Data Linkage: The detailed BIM data structure (BIM nodes), including all 10 dimensions and their respective layers, will be linked to these accounts. This linkage provides a comprehensive view of each asset, encompassing physical characteristics, time-based changes, financial aspects, sustainability metrics, and more.
  • BIM Master Structure Overview:

    BIM 0: Asset Overview

    • Description: High-level overview of the asset, including basic information like location, type, and purpose.

    BIM 1: 3D (Three-Dimensional)

    • Layer 1: Detailed architectural, structural, and MEP models.
    • Layer 2: Specific components (windows, doors, beams, HVAC systems).
    • Layer 3: Material specifications, textures, colors, finishes.

    BIM 2: 4D (Time)

    • Layer 1: Phases of construction (foundation, framing, finishing).
    • Layer 2: Specific tasks and milestones within each phase.
    • Layer 3: Resource allocation over time, workforce scheduling.

    BIM 3: 5D (Cost)

    • Layer 1: Budget allocation for different project stages.
    • Layer 2: Cost breakdown (materials, labor, equipment).
    • Layer 3: Financial tracking, forecasting, variance analysis.

    BIM 4: 6D (Sustainability)

    • Layer 1: Energy efficiency strategies, sustainable materials.
    • Layer 2: Lifecycle analysis of building components.
    • Layer 3: Long-term environmental impact, sustainability metrics.

    BIM 5: 7D (Facility Management)

    • Layer 1: Maintenance schedules, operations planning.
    • Layer 2: Asset tracking, performance monitoring.
    • Layer 3: Space management, utilization analytics.

    BIM 6: 8D (Health and Safety)

    • Layer 1: Risk assessment, mitigation strategies.
    • Layer 2: Safety protocols, training programs.
    • Layer 3: Incident tracking, regulatory compliance.

    BIM 7: 9D (Stakeholder Inputs)

    • Layer 1: Requirements, feedback from stakeholders.
    • Layer 2: Integration of inputs into design, planning.
    • Layer 3: Communication, collaboration channels.

    BIM 8: 10D (Future Adaptability)

    • Layer 1: Design for modularity, flexibility.
    • Layer 2: Analysis of future use scenarios, modifications.
    • Layer 3: Planning for technology integration, upgrades.

    Additional Dimensions (if applicable):

    • BIM 9 and BIM 10: These could include dimensions like community impact, cultural significance, or other specific aspects relevant to the project.

     

  • We recommend BIM and its Dimensions 3D to 10D

    • Graphical Representation: A multi-layered diagram or a 3D model can visually represent this structure, showing the interconnections and dependencies between different layers and dimensions.
    • Interactive Model: An interactive BIM model that allows users to explore different layers and dimensions, understanding the impact and relationships between various aspects of the asset.
  • Implementation Considerations:

    • Data Management: Managing and updating data across all layers and dimensions applying quality filtering (calibration in LLM terms).
    • Integration: Ensuring seamless integration between different software and tools used for various dimensions.
    • Collaboration: Facilitating collaboration among different stakeholders who interact with various layers of the BIM structure.

     

  • BIM master structure provides a comprehensive and detailed framework for managing real estate assets, covering every aspect from basic design to long-term sustainability and adaptability. It's a living model that can evolve with the asset over time, offering invaluable insights and guidance for decision-making.

  • Dynamic Updates: As BIM events occur (e.g., a change in the construction phase or a sustainability upgrade), the corresponding RWA's accounts and BIM data will be updated on the blockchain, reflecting these changes in real-time.

  • Data Accessibility: Stakeholders can access and analyze the BIM data through the client interface, gaining insights into the asset's lifecycle, performance, and value.

 

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1.3.9 Visualization and Reporting:

  • BIM Visualization Tools: Integration of tools that can visually represent the multi-dimensional BIM data, allowing for easier interpretation and analysis.
  • Reporting Mechanisms: Automated reporting features that can compile data from various BIM dimensions and provide comprehensive reports on asset performance, sustainability, financial status, etc.

 

ODISEO System Architecture:

2. The Blockchain Revolution in Real Estate

2.1. Fundamentals

ODISEO Network stands at the intersection of Real-World Assets Development (RWA) & Decentralized Governance. We are not just building new trust structures; we are crafting a legacy for others to follow. We desire for us, and make available for others an equilibrated eco-system that stands firmly upon existing RWA, and extending them to their Digital Twin Nature. Our pilot asset, "Arcardian Smart Village Project" is our pledge to a future where fairness, transparency, and enduring value form the bedrock of real estate development. Our journey is rooted in the belief that the true worth of Real-World Assets extends beyond their physical form. In the new world dominated by new fast growing AI capabilities, the digital representation of the complex physical asset become an imperative for the future. In Ithaca, a land immortalized by its mythic past, we found our inspiration, where complex, multi-years development project of Smart Village in the middle of historical XV century ruins is taking place.   

We are committed to building an ecosystem that honors the intrinsic value of RWAs. Our network is designed to be a haven for those who recognize the enduring allure of tangible assets, those who seek to invest not just in properties, but in legacies. By intertwining the robustness of blockchain technology with the nuanced insights of Large Language Models, we are setting the stage for real estate development that is both innovative and introspective.

Our vision is to create digital twins of RWAs on the blockchain, capturing not just their physical attributes but their soul. Each digital twin is a testament to our commitment to authenticity, a mirror reflecting the unique story of its physical counterpart. In doing so, we are not just preserving the legacy of places like Ithaca; we are ensuring that they continue to inspire and captivate for generations to come.

The ODISEO network is more than a platform; it's a community bound by a shared vision of creating value that transcends time. Our approach to real estate development is a careful balance of honoring tradition while embracing the future. We believe in the power of long-term commitments, especially in the realm of large-scale real estate projects. These are not mere investments; they are chapters in an ongoing narrative of human achievement and aspiration.

As we lay the foundations of this groundbreaking network, we invite you to join us. Be a part of a community that values the tangible, cherishes the historical, and boldly steps into the future. Together, let's build a world where unique RWAs are not just a structure but a story, not just an asset but a piece of history, and not just an investment but a legacy.

Join us in our journey to create a fair, transparent, and enduring network of value, where the past and the future converge to create a present that is rich, meaningful, and full of potential.

Welcome to ODISEO – where history meets innovation, and where every stone, every beam, and every brick tells a story.

5. Digitalization of Real-World Assets

Open, shareable information unlocks more efficient, transparent and collaborative ways of working throughout the entire life-cycle of buildings and infrastructure. The growing adoption of new asset delivery processes such as building information modelling (BIM) also allows owners and operators of built assets, working with their service partners, to plan their capital investments and understand the likely whole-life costs of maintaining and using those assets for their intended purposes.

 

5.1 RWA Digitalization Strategy

The DAODISEO network's RWA digitalization strategy aims to transform physical real estate assets into secure, verifiable digital assets. This involves integrating Building Information Modeling (BIM) and blockchain technology to create comprehensive digital twins of unique properties worldwide. These assets will serve as research and development centers within the Cosmos ecosystem, facilitating efficient management, enhancing transparency, and fostering distributed development. The LLM Falcon Brain, an advanced AI system, operates 24x7 to continuously optimize and monitor risks throughout the RWA development cycle.

 

5. 2 Enhancing Traceability and Authenticity

Utilizing blockchain's immutable ledger, DAODISEO enhances the traceability and authenticity of RWAs. Relevant transaction, from ownership transfers to maintenance records, is recorded on-chain, ensuring that the history of each asset is transparent and tamper-proof. This system builds trust among stakeholders and mitigates the risks of fraud and mismanagement, especially within unique legal structures.

 

5.3 Legal

The legal framework of DAODISEO is designed to ensure compliance, flexibility, and scalability across various jurisdictions. Here’s an overview of the key components:

  1. DAODISEO Foundation:

    • The DAODISEO Foundation serves as the central governance body, overseeing the strategic direction and ensuring alignment with the project's vision and regulatory requirements. It manages the overarching policies and coordinates with various legal entities involved in the network.
  2. IP Holding Company:

    • The intellectual property (IP) related to the DAODISEO network is held by a dedicated IP holding company, which can be established in jurisdictions like the UAE or Switzerland. These regions are known for their robust legal frameworks and favorable conditions for IP management, offering strong protection and strategic advantages.
  3. Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs):

    • For each Real-World Asset (RWA) under development, DAODISEO establishes Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs). These SPVs are legal entities created specifically for holding and managing individual assets, ensuring compliance with local regulations in the jurisdictions where the assets are located. This structure allows for precise legal and financial management of each asset, tailored to its specific regional requirements.

Integration of Legal Entities

  • Governance and Coordination: The DAODISEO Foundation coordinates with the IP holding company and SPVs to ensure cohesive operation and adherence to global and local regulations.
  • Jurisdictional Compliance: By creating SPVs for each RWA, DAODISEO can navigate the complex legal landscapes of different regions, ensuring each asset is managed in line with local laws and regulations.
  • Strategic Flexibility: The IP holding company in the UAE or Switzerland provides a stable base for managing intellectual property, leveraging the legal benefits of these jurisdictions.

This multi-layered legal structure enhances DAODISEO’s ability to manage and expand its portfolio of RWAs efficiently while maintaining compliance and strategic flexibility.

 

7. The Dual-Token Economy of ODISEO

ODIS Tokens: Utility and Transactional Flow on the platform. 

Inflation 20% (justified 10% system inflation + 10% from RWA added value)

Distributed as following:

 

BIM Token (Former GAIA / NFT type / Non-fungible / structured around BIM information recorded on chain and leveraged as an input for open source fundational LLM) : Asset Ownership and Representation

 

 

Imaginary conceptual evolution of the Economic Model from Genesis onward

 

 

The concept of Real-World Asset (RWA) digitalization in the real estate sector is rife with complexities that stem from the tangible nature of these assets and the intricate web of stakeholders involved in their lifecycle. The path to transforming physical assets into digital formats is beset by a myriad of challenges that the ODISEO network seeks to address. Each of the 7 stakeholder groups (see governance section) has distinct roles, interests, responsibilities, and levels of influence, and their interactions can be complex due to their differing objectives and the need for coordination among them. Managing the intricate web of stakeholders is a endemic challenge, but other challenges are representing non less burning issues for the industry.

Data Fragmentation and Inaccessibility: One of the foremost hurdles is the fragmentation of data across various platforms and institutions. Critical information pertaining to RWAs is often siloed within traditional BIM DBs in the best of the cases, different entities such as government registries, construction companies, and financial institutions, making accessibility and aggregation a significant challenge.

Standardization: Unlike digital-native assets, RWAs suffer from a lack of standardization. From legal documentation to architectural plans, each asset is a unique amalgamation of specifications and agreements. Establishing a common framework that can encapsulate this diversity in a standardized, digital form requires an innovative approach that transcends traditional boundaries.

Verification and Trust: Ensuring the authenticity and provenance of RWA-related information is paramount. The verification processes for these assets must be foolproof to maintain trust among all parties. However, current systems are often cumbersome, prone to human error, and susceptible to fraud, which undermines confidence and hinders transactional fluidity.

Regulatory Compliance: Real estate is one of the most heavily regulated sectors, with compliance requirements varying dramatically across jurisdictions. Digitalizing RWAs necessitates a system that not only understands and adheres to these regulations but also dynamically adapts to changes in the legal landscape.

Stakeholder Coordination: A multitude of stakeholders are engaged in the lifecycle of an RWA, each with their own objectives and systems of record. Coordinating among these parties digitally requires a platform that can seamlessly integrate disparate systems, manage complex interactions, and facilitate consensus.

Lifecycle Management: RWAs go through a comprehensive lifecycle from development to sale, and beyond. Digitally managing this lifecycle while capturing all the nuances of the development process, financial transactions, and ownership changes is a task of herculean proportions, further complicated by the need for ongoing maintenance and management data.

The digitalization of RWAs is not merely a process of converting physical records into digital files. It is about creating a living digital ecosystem that mirrors the multifaceted reality of real estate assets. The challenges are as diverse as the opportunities they present, and addressing them requires a novel approach that leverages cutting-edge technology and a deep understanding of the real estate domain. 

8. Stakeholder Engagement and Network Governance

8.1 Decentralized Governance Model

In the DAODISEO blockchain, a decentralized governance is designed specifically for the real estate sector, each of the seven key stakeholder groups acts as validation nodes, ensuring that their unique needs and insights influence the governance and operation of the network. This approach not only promotes fairness and transparency but also enhances the functionality and responsiveness of the system to serve the diverse requirements of all parties involved.

8.2 Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities

1. Tenants or Buyers: Represented as validation nodes, tenants and buyers ensure that the platform remains user-friendly and digitally accessible, catering to their need for seamless property searches with robust filtering options and minimal physical interactions. Their presence in the governance structure helps prioritize developments that enhance user experience and digital transactions.

2. Brokers: By serving as validation nodes, brokers help streamline communication channels within the network. Their input is crucial for integrating features that support quality marketing, lead generation, and deal cycle visualization, thereby facilitating efficient brokerage operations within a single, automated system.

3. Landlords: As nodes, landlords can safeguard the processes related to setting appropriate asking prices and maintaining transparency in rental and sales transactions. Their involvement is key to implementing reliable background checks and ensuring that the platform supports the integrity of tenant-landlord relationships.

4. Property Managers: Property managers contribute to the governance by emphasizing the importance of tools for managing multiple properties, such as automated rent collection and maintenance management. Their insights help develop functionalities that improve operational efficiency and financial reporting across property portfolios.

5. Mortgage Brokers: Their role as nodes supports the alignment of platform functionalities with the needs of both lenders and borrowers, ensuring clarity in loan terms and documentation requirements. This group’s participation helps integrate and optimize loan processing platforms, benefiting all parties involved in real estate financing.

6. Appraisers: Appraiser nodes advocate for features that support mobility and flexibility in property valuations, such as automated valuation models and comprehensive market analysis tools. Their expertise is crucial for maintaining the accuracy and reliability of property assessments, which are integral to the real estate market.

7. Investors: Investors, particularly those involved in real estate investment trusts (REITs), focus on functionalities that provide deep financial analysis, robust portfolio management, and detailed reporting. As nodes, they ensure that the network serves the analytical needs and strategic interests of real estate investors, promoting transparency and accountability in investor relations.

By including each group as validation nodes in the decentralized governance model of DAODISEO, the blockchain network ensures that all functionalities and updates are comprehensively vetted by representatives who understand and prioritize the nuanced needs of their respective sectors. This structure not only enhances the adaptability and efficiency of the network but also fosters a collaborative ecosystem where all stakeholders have a voice in shaping the landscape of real estate transactions and management.

 

8.3Community Engagement Strategies

10. The Future of Real Estate Development

10.1 Projected Impacts of the ODISEO Network

 

Enhanced Collaboration and Decision-Making: The ODISEO network's integration of real-time BIM updates with LLM insights facilitates a highly collaborative environment among architects, engineers, and contractors. To illustrate, let's consider a future scenario with our Pilot Project in Ithaka. Two years from now, as the construction phase is set to commence, suppose the pre-construction site analysis reveals geological variations that were not initially apparent. Such findings could necessitate a redesign of the foundation. With DAODISEO, these critical findings are inputted into the LLM, which then processes the implications across the project's various facets and updates the BIM model accordingly. This new information is simultaneously recorded on the blockchain, ensuring that all changes are transparent, traceable, and permanently anchored to the project timeline. As a result, all stakeholders—from the finance department adjusting budgets, to the project managers coordinating new timelines, to the ground teams preparing for altered construction methods—can access the revised plans and data instantly. This interconnected system not only minimizes the risk of miscommunication and errors but also empowers proactive adjustments, safeguarding the project against potential delays and additional costs. This predictive, responsive planning capability demonstrates the DAODISEO network's ability to transform unforeseen challenges into manageable adjustments, streamlining the decision-making process long before physical construction begins and setting a new standard for preemptive collaboration in real estate development.

Dynamic Asset Valuation and Marketability: Real estate marketers and sales agents can leverage the enriched BIM data to offer potential investors a detailed, holistic view of properties. The on-chain presence of Ithaka's RWA provides a transparent and trustworthy digital footprint, showcasing the asset's history, current status, and future projections, thereby enhancing marketability and investor confidence.

Efficient Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management: Regulatory bodies and risk managers can utilize the immutable records of the blockchain to ensure compliance with building codes and environmental regulations. In the case of Ithaka, if there's a need to verify that materials meet sustainability standards, the blockchain provides an audit trail that is both indisputable and non-repudiable, simplifying compliance checks.

Streamlined Financial Transactions: Financial stakeholders such as investors, banks, and insurance companies can perform due diligence and transactional processes with increased confidence. For Ithaka, lenders can review the blockchain-recorded history of the asset and the LLM-processed BIM data to assess the asset's health and viability for loan approval quickly and accurately.

Operational and Maintenance Efficiency: Facility managers and maintenance teams can access the BIM model to anticipate and plan for maintenance needs. The LLM can predict maintenance schedules based on usage patterns and historical data of similar assets within the Ithaka project, leading to proactive rather than reactive maintenance strategies.

These real-life applications within the DAODISEO network illustrate a paradigm shift in how RWAs are developed, managed, marketed, and maintained. The network's ability to provide a single source of enriched, reliable information ensures that every phase of the asset's lifecycle is optimized for success, transforming the traditional real estate landscape into one that is more transparent, agile, and responsive to stakeholder needs.

10.2 Scalability and Integration with Existing Systems

10.3 Vision for a Global RWA Marketplace

12. Case Studies and Pilot Projects

12.1 Early Adopters of the ODISEO Network

1. Tenants or Buyers:

  1. Network of high profile international nomad style consultants represent a large and wealthy group of potential buyers of the appreciating DAODISEO real estate contracts. This group is very open to crypto industry. The group understands the innovative power of digital world, being some of them native to this movement. 
  2. Network of high profile consultants with strong ties to one place, also represent a large and wealthy group of potential buyers of the appreciating DAODISEO real estate contracts. This group is typically very resistant to crypto industry and often shows fear for negative feedback loop from deeply rooted believes in regards of actually functioning system of values.
  3. Cosmonauts, native in crypto and lovers of Cosmos Ecosystem. They believe (us included), that Cosmos will be one of several powerful ecosystems. It is just better to give a fishing rod than a caught fish. Something very clear for Cosmonauts. 

2. Brokers: Local Broker from Ithaca with 3 years long relationship with DAODISEO supported by 1 VIM Node providing service to the Brokers.

3. Landlords:

The current owners of the 4 developments plots from the pilot project at Ithaca. New Landlords resulting from decentralization of Pilot project and progressive acquisitions of new unique RWAs. 

4. Property Managers: BIM Engineers both those outsourced during POC (e.g. candidates like BIM6D), and those that become an integral part of DAODISEO (1 Node TBC).

5. Mortgage Brokers: DAODISEO needs to develop B2B type of relationship with COSMOS ecosystem brokers.

Market Makers, who provide liquidity for pair: ODIS/ATOM

6. Appraisers: B2B relationships (e.g. Bellweather Industry VTOL).

7. Investors: 2024 plan of engagement and ICO Q4 2024 planning.

12.2 Lessons Learned and Best Practices - Future Pilot Projects

12.3 Future Pilot Projects

X. References

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ODISEO Network general principles:

  1. The validator nodes on our blockchain represent interest on the investment in a real estate development project.
  2. The blockchain shall be used to record transactions and information related to the RWAs.
  3. All parties involved in the project shall have access to the blockchain.
  4. The blockchain shall be secure and resistant to tampering or fraud.
  5. The blockchain shall be transparent, allowing all parties to view and verify transactions and information.
  6. Smart contracts will be used to automate certain processes (e.g. Swaps between Real Estate & Cosmos compatible tokens).
  7. The ownership of the real estate assets shall be recorded on the blockchain.
  8. The transfer of ownership shall be recorded on the blockchain and may be automated through the use of smart contracts.
  9. Any legal agreements related to the project shall be recorded on the blockchain.
  10. The disbursement of funds related to the project shall be recorded on the blockchain.
  11. Any changes to the SPV Offering Memorandum of the project shall be recorded on the blockchain and agreed upon all parties involved leveraging DAO Governance.

These rules will help ensure the proper functioning and transparency of the real estate development project on the blockchain. It's worth noting that there are other more specific rules and provisions included in the DAODISEO constitution.  

How new assets are listed ?

  1. Creation of the SPV: The real estate owner or developer creates a new SPV for the specific real estate development project they want to fund. This SPV will be used to issue digital certificates that represent investment in the project (Equities).

  2. Documentation: The real estate owner or developer will need to create legal documentation for the SPV, which outlines the terms and conditions of the investment. This documentation typically includes a prospectus or private placement memorandum that outlines the investment opportunity and the risks associated with it. This document is referred to as the Offering Memorandum.

  3. Validator node creation: Once the legal documentation is complete, the real estate owner or developer can create a validator node on the ODISEO Network blockchain. DAODISEO is providing a support during the process.

  4. Tokenization: The real estate owner or developer can then tokenize the SPV, which involves creating digital GAIA certificates that represent ownership in the SPV. ODISEO Network offers functionality to mint new assets. Its final price is validated by ODISEO Decentralized Due Diligence on chain. 

  5. Investment: Finally, investors can purchase the GAIA certificates on our open Market Place, which represents their investment in the real estate development project.

The legal term for the document that is created at the time an SPV is incorporated and a validator node on ODISEO is created is the Offering Memorandum. This document is a legal disclosure document that outlines the investment opportunity and the risks associated with it. It is typically required by securities laws and regulations, and it is used to provide investors with information that can help them make an informed investment decision. The Offering Memorandum includes information about the investment opportunity, the risks associated with it, the management team, and other relevant information that investors may need to know before making an investment.

Fair prices discovery for Real Estate assets:

Real estate agents are participating in the decentralized governance on chain. 

  1. The real estate agent is registered as an oracle on the blockchain.
  2. The real estate agent receives a request to provide a fair price for a particular real estate node on the blockchain.
  3. The real estate agent gathers data on the property, including its location, size, condition, and any relevant market trends or comparables.
  4. The real estate agent uses their expertise and knowledge to determine a fair price for the property.
  5. The real estate agent submits their price determination to the blockchain, which is recorded as a transaction.
  6. Other parties on the blockchain can view and verify the price determination made by the real estate agent.

The real estate agent acts as a trusted party, providing valuable information and expertise to help determine the fair price of a given real estate asset. By using oracles in this way, the blockchain can incorporate real-world data and expertise in a secure and transparent manner.

In order to be able to gain all capabilities on top, agent should just list our project on their web side and add our ODISEO Oracle widget:

Here is how ODISEO Oracle widget works:

Our widget is a small piece of software that a real estate agent include on their website to provide price data about a specific real estate development project (Node in DAODISEO Network), and have the widget serve as an oracle that is triggered each time a visitor (e.g. potential buyer) accesses the widget. The widget also contains active "Price Bet Button" that allow anyone to place a bet to the network. As an Oracle agent would also authorize that bet. Bet can be made in FIAT / ATOM & ODIS. Once bet is authorized it is sent to the Real Estate Liquidity Pool where GAIA NFTs are exchanged.  

The widget is built using a JavaScript and/or a server-side language like PHP. It is designed to retrieve data from at the moment when visitor is displaying agent page and broadcast transaction to the ODISEO Blockchain.

Agent gain ODIS tokens by including widget on their website and adding a small piece of code to the HTML of their site. When a visitor accesses the website and views the widget, it will retrieve the price data listed for the real estate development project, display it to the visitor and transmit the same information to the Liquid Real Estate ODISEO protocol.

Our widget provide a convenient and efficient way for real estate agents to share pricing information with potential buyers and other interested parties, and will improve the transparency and efficiency of real estate transactions.

 

ODIS liquid bricks & GAIA Real Estate Certificates:

  1. Our Blockchain contains information about ALL Real Estate projects listed, such as Land Titles, Contracts, Budget Control, but also location, size, drawings, plans and other details of the development.
  2. The GAIA Real Estate Certificates will represent the ownership and rights to real estate assets, and will be minted by the SPV. Each GAIA Certificate (NFT) will be a unique digital asset verified on the blockchain, representing the right to a specific real estate asset in perpetuity. These certificates will ultimately represent the corresponding SPV share owned, allowing investors to trade or transfer ownership of their shares in a transparent and secure manner on the ODISEO Network blockchain. By utilizing NFTs to represent ownership of real estate assets, the ODISEO Network provides investors with a new level of flexibility and liquidity in the traditionally illiquid real estate market.
  3. Once the SPV is listed on the ODISEO Network, it is implied that they intend to utilize the platform's features. Upon issuing GAIA Real Estate Certificates, the SPV will generate the necessary funds to finance construction and associated costs during the asset's development period.
  4. Investors who have staked ODIS tokens with the SPV will receive yields based on the terms of their staking agreement. These yields are paid out by the SPV and may be adjusted based on the progress of the development project. As construction milestones are met, the corresponding GAIA Certificates are likely to increase their value.
  5. In case of assets designated for Rental, Development Project (SPV) can decide to continue running operations leveraging ODISEO Facility Management service. In such case corresponding ODISEO Node will continue running, with adjusted yield as it corresponds to the Facility Management contract.
  6. Real Estate Development projects that sold their assets for FIAT and once ran on ODISEO Network can always acquire back ODIS tokens to continue their Real Estate Development Business on our blockchain.
  7. To purchase fractional rights to a real estate asset, a user would need to have sufficient fungible utility tokens ODIS in their wallet. They could then use these tokens to purchase a GAIA NFT token representing the partial ownership of real estate asset. In case transaction is done in FIAT, SPV will be responsible for ODIS buy back.
  8. The change of ownership of a real estate asset will be recorded on the blockchain, and the specific NFT token will be transferred to the new owner during swap process. The transaction will be recorded on the blockchain, ensuring the security and transparency of the process.
  9. The fungible utility tokens could be exchanged for ATOMs using our Liquid Real Estate Swap facility, allowing users to exchange as they would any other digital asset. The NFT tokens, on the other hand, will represent SPV corresponding shares class as per SPV contract agreement accessible from our Network. Those share class assets can be swapped for ODIS fungible token at any time also using our Liquid Real Estate Swap facility.
  10. SPV Exit Strategy: Each SPV / Development Project / ODISEO Node might decide to sell ALL its NFTs to the "world outside of ODISEO Network ", therefore also write them off from their Financial books together with corresponding assets. In such case their digital version represented on the ODISEO Network will burned. 

Benefits for Cosmonauts

  1. Access to Trusted real estate assets: Cosmonauts can now access real estate assets that are backed by solid investments. This can provide them with more options when it comes to purchasing or renting properties, and it can also help them find properties that meet their specific needs and preferences.

  2. Real-time data on market conditions: The network's real-time data can provide Cosmonauts with valuable insights into current ODISEO Real Estate market conditions and trends. This can help them make more informed decisions when it comes to purchasing or renting properties, and it can also help them negotiate better terms and prices.

  3. Improved trust and transparency: The backing of real estate assets and the availability of real-time data can help improve trust and transparency within the network. Cosmonauts can have confidence that the properties they are considering are backed by solid investments, and they can also access a wide range of information about the properties and the market as a whole.

  4. Enhanced security and interoperability: As a member of the Cosmos ecosystem, ODISEO Network  is connected via IBC therefore enjoys from enhanced security and interoperability within the wider cosmos network. This help to protect ODISEO Real Estate Assets and always ensure that our users have access to our Trusted Real Estate backed assets.

  5. Increased efficiency and convenience: By participating in the network, Cosmonauts can potentially experience increased efficiency and convenience when it comes to purchasing or renting properties. For example, they can access real-time data and resources, and they can also connect with other stakeholders within the network more easily.

Benefits for stakeholders

Developers can benefit from the ODISEO Network Real Estate platform in several ways. Firstly, they can obtain financing through liquidity pools and attract potential investors to their projects. Secondly, the platform provides developers with development support from the DAO community, including access to experts in different fields, which can help with project planning and execution. Thirdly, the network's governance model ensures transparency and accountability in decision-making, which can provide developers with more confidence in the process. Fourthly, the platform enables developers to make better use of their assets by creating more liquid and tradable assets that are attractive to investors. Finally, the platform allows developers to obtain liquidity by exchanging their real estate assets for tokens, which can provide them with more flexibility and financial options..

Investors: By participating in the network, investors can access real-time data on a wide range of real estate assets and projects, which can help them make more informed investment decisions and understand the potential value of different properties and projects. In addition, the backing of real estate assets can provide investors with a sense of security and confidence in their investments, which can be particularly beneficial for retail investors who may have less experience or knowledge about the real estate market.

Retail investors can also benefit from the reduced barriers to entry that the platform provides, as they can access investment opportunities that were previously only available to institutional investors. This can help level the playing field and democratize access to real estate investments. In addition, the platform's transparent and secure nature can help build trust between investors and developers, which can further incentivize retail investors to participate in real estate investments. Overall, the platform can provide retail investors with greater access, transparency, and security in the real estate market, which can help them achieve their investment goals with more confidence and ease.

Property managers: Property managers: By participating in the ODISEO Network, property managers can access real-time, on-chain data on tenant information, maintenance requests, and rent payments, allowing them to more efficiently manage their properties. Additionally, the transparency and security of the network can help property managers ensure that rent payments are made and received in a timely and accurate manner. The network can also provide property managers with valuable insights on market conditions and trends, which can inform their decisions on rental rates and lease terms. Moreover, the on-chain data can help property managers track the ownership and maintenance responsibilities of different parties involved in a property, making it easier to determine who should be charged with the costs of maintenance and repairs, or who should receive payment from rental fees.

Real estate agents: By participating in this network, agents can access a wide range of real estate assets that are backed by solid investments. This can help them showcase properties to potential buyers or renters in a more confident and trustworthy way. In addition, the real-time data provided by the network can help agents stay up-to-date on the latest trends and market conditions, which can inform their marketing and sales efforts.

Furthermore, Real Estate agents can earn incentives for their work as Oracles providing data and information about real estate, including suggestions on pricing. By leveraging their expertise and knowledge of the local market, agents can contribute to the network's real-time data and receive rewards for their contributions. This creates a mutually beneficial relationship between agents and the network, as agents can earn additional income while providing valuable insights for the network's users.

Architects / Engineers /CGI rendering experts/Interior designers: By participating in the ODISEO Network, can access real estate assets that are backed by solid investments. This can provide them with new opportunities for collaboration and innovation, and inspire them to explore more ambitious and visionary designs. Additionally, as they participate in the development of projects on the network, they can receive incentives for their contributions, which can help to further support their work and grow their business. By working closely with investors, developers, and other actors in the network, they can help to shape the future of real estate and participate in new and exciting investment opportunities.

Real Estate Swaps DEX

Our Real Estate Swapping DEX enables easy and trusted exchange between GAIA NFT Real Estate Certificates, ODIS Bricks, and ATOM.

Benefits: 

Increased Real Estate liquidity: Our swap service can increase the liquidity of Real Estate assets represented by GAIA NFTs as well as ODIS and ATOM. By providing a convenient way for users to exchange these tokens, our service can make it easier for users to buy or sell GAIA, ODIS, or ATOM. This can also help to stabilize the value of these tokens.

Improved accessibility: Our swap service can make it easier for users to access and use ODIS and ATOM, regardless of which of these tokens they prefer to hold. This can help to increase the adoption and usage of these tokens, and it can also make it easier for users to participate in the real estate market through the use of GAIA NFT collections.

Enhanced security: Our swap service provides enhanced security for users, leveraging the IBC Cosmos security model. It provides a trusted and reliable platform for exchanging GAIA, ODIS, and ATOM. This can help to protect users from fraud or other risks, and it can also help to build confidence in the system.

Increased convenience: Our swap service makes it more convenient for users to exchange GAIA, ODIS, and ATOM, as it allows for quick and easy swaps between these tokens. This saves users time and effort if they are participating in the real estate market through the use of GAIA NFT collections that are only accessible with ODIS.

Improved interoperability: Our swap service can improve interoperability between GAIA, ODIS, and ATOM by providing a convenient way for users to exchange these tokens. This can help to increase the usage and adoption of both ODIS and ATOM, and it can also make it easier for users to access resources and services within the Cosmos ecosystem.

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