WSGF Entertains Alternative Real Estate Finance Cryptocurrency Partnership
World Series of Golf, Inc., through its new operating subsidiary, Vaycaychella, confirmed development underway to add cryptocurrency and crowdfunding functions to the company’s Vaycaychella App.
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“We are well on track to have version 1.0 of our Vaycaychella App production launched by June of this year, if not earlier,” said William “Bill” Justice, CEO of WSGF and Vaycaychella. “Version 1.0 is in beta test now and our beta users have expressed a high degree of eagerness for us to add the ability to purchase properties with cryptocurrency in addition to adding the ability to crowdfund the purchase of properties. Separately, we have had more than one cryptocurrency venture approach us about building a partnership. Not to mention the emails we get from individuals that apparently have cryptocurrency and want to use it to purchase a property right now.”
The Vaycaychella App, currently in beta test, is designed to empower a new generation of short-term rental property operator entrepreneurs (or Rentrepreneurs) and to give access to a new generation of real estate investors.
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WSGF acquired Vaycaychella last year making the new business acquisition its primary focus. A name change reflecting the alternative real estate finance focus is underway. The name change will include a ticker symbol change. No reverse or forward split is concurrently underway with the name and ticker symbol change.
The company recently announced kicking off development efforts on the next version of the company’s alternative real estate finance application designed to facilitate the purchase of short-term rental properties. The Vaycaychella App Version 2.0 will include cryptocurrency and crowdfunding features to expand alternative finance options available to entrepreneurs (“Rentrepreneurs”).