Hoppler And Leaxcoin Forged A Partnership For A Better Real Estate Future In The Philippines


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For the second Hoppler Connects in the south of Metro Manila, real estate brokers and agents gathered at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Festival Mall Expansion, Muntinlupa City last November 29, 2018. The event served as an avenue for the community of real estate professionals in the city to connect with one another.

During the event, Mr. Arvin Abreu, Director of Business Development, headed the program with a discussion on tackling the benefits of partnering with Hoppler to close more deals.

Aside from being a part of a reputable network of real estate professionals, brokers who join Hoppler have the chance to win exclusive rewards by simply uploading properties to earn points. One such reward is the Trip to Taiwan. 13 finalists composed of real estate brokers and agencies vied for the prestigious award.

During this event, the CEO and Founder of Hoppler, Mr. Ramon Ballesca Jr. and Mr. Arvin Abreu, Director of Business Development made a partnership with our Leaxcoin Co-Founder and Community Manager for the Philippines, Mr. Mark Anthony Wagan. Mark was able to discuss to both Arvin and Ramon the benefits of Blockchain Technology and how can Leaxcoin be able to assist Hoppler and their brokers once the platform of Leaxcoin is finished and deployed. He was also able to discuss leaxcoin, ethereum and cryptocurrency, and how can consumers be able to benefit from using it as an alternative mode of payment for services and transactions.

Overall, the meetup and mutual partnership between Leaxcoin and Hoppler are very much fruitful and something that we can look forward to in the future. And before the afternoon concluded during the event, raffle prizes were awarded to the attendees, courtesy of the event partner of Hoppler that is an interior fit-out company — STUDIO ATD.


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