Published on 24 January 2024.

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Overview: PropTech and Web3

The integration of property technology (proptech) and web3 (the decentralized blockchain-based web) represents a pioneering niche that is poised to revolutionize real estate transactions and management. By leveraging blockchain technology, a web3 based proptech platform can offer unparalleled fraud prevention, transparency, and efficiency in real estate operations. Our approach addresses traditional pain points in the property rental industry, such as let-and-run scams, lengthy transaction times, high fees, and lack of transparency.


Rentible aspires to become an ecosystem of several web3 innovations and products, currently focusing on the mid-to-long term real estate rental and the tourism & hospitality industry. There are many more attractive opportunities in these industries than what Rentible can solve in the near future, therefore, initially focusing on the most exciting solutions. Over time, Rentible aims to solve as many challenges in these industries as possible, and may extend operations to tokenized real estate, DeFi for real estate, metaverse real estate, and innovative NFT concepts.

Solving Trust Issues - The Rental Smart Contract

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Market Problem

The online real estate rental market, despite its growing popularity and convenience, is still far from mature, leading to a significant number of scams and fraudulent activities. The anonymity and ease of posting listings online enable scammers to create fake rental opportunities, often using stolen photos or descriptions of real properties. These fraudulent listings are sometimes difficult to distinguish from legitimate ones, especially for those who are new to online rentals or in urgent need of housing. The lack of standardized verification processes across various platforms further exacerbates the issue, leaving potential renters vulnerable to losing money and personal information.


In the evolving landscape of digital real estate transactions, the introduction of a Solidity smart contract for managing security deposits in escrow represents a groundbreaking approach to eliminate rental scams. Solidity, the programming language for Ethereum blockchain, enables the creation of self-executing contracts with the terms directly written into code. In this system, a smart contract acts as a neutral, automated escrow agent, securely holding the tenant's security deposit in a digital wallet until both parties agree to release.

This level of transparency and security in the handling of security deposits could significantly increase trust in online real estate transactions, making the process safer and more reliable for both tenants and landlords. By leveraging the power of blockchain and smart contracts, the real estate rental market can take a significant step towards eliminating scams and fostering a more secure and trustworthy environment for online transactions.

Integration with 3rd Parties

The Rental Smart Contract will come with comprehensive documentation and integration options for any third-party listing sites wishing to integrate a secure blockchain escrow to protect their users. This is a good opportunity for established listing sites to improve their anti-fraud processes and add an extra layer to their service line.

Additionally, other integration opportunities include crosschain capabilities, enabling various blockchains to connect seamlessly with Rentible's smart contract, thereby enhancing interoperability and expanding the potential user base.

Direct User Interface

The Rental Smart Contract will also have a direct user interface at to enable users access Rentible’s secure Rental Smart Contract directly. Through the user interface, users can configure: