What is Etherland’s Estatepedia?

In today’s world, everything is connected, yet we do not have control over the information, let alone enough transparency to assess its reliability. And in certain critical industries like Real Estate, it raises concerns.

The Estatepedia will solve these issues by connecting real estate worldwide while enabling people to create, own and maintain the information.

A powerful tool accessible from your Internet Devices

The Etherland platform is a combination of interoperable technologies connecting the digital data of internet users with our physical world.

Etherland is hosting the real-estates’ content information on IPFS. As the storage is decentralized on IPFS, it ensures that the uploaded information will remain accessible at any time by anyone for an almost infinite period of time.

As IPFS takes care of the information’s persistence and redundancy, the Etherland Blockchain acts as the stamp that ties the owner to his property’s information while providing a full history of the information’s updates and ownership changes.

We interact with the decentralised data through the Etherland’s Blockchain in order to guarantee the traceability and provide an history of information updates.



Everyone can create an NFT of their real estate property and get a double proof of ownership.

We aim to create a unique and immutable digital identity counterpart on the Blockchain for every real estate on our Planet, where owners can control their information input and get verified. This extra layer of data can already be used as legal proof in some countries that accept already blockchain technology as legal evidence.

You do not need to be a real estate owner to contribute to building the Estatepedia.

Everyone can participate in building the digital layer of our Planet on the Ethereum Blockchain by creating LANDID and LANDCERT tokens of real world places and maintaining valid information about them.

Through our upcoming bounty program, you will also soon be rewarded for helping others maintain quality information about their own places.