Technical Specifications

  1. Blockchain Platform: Solana (SOL)

  • Protocol: Solana utilizes a unique protocol combining Proof of History (PoH) with Proof of Stake (PoS). PoH creates a historical record that proves that an event has occurred at a specific moment, enhancing the consensus mechanism's efficiency.

  • Consensus Mechanism: Solana's hybrid PoH and PoS consensus mechanism allows for high throughput and low latency, making it suitable for applications requiring fast transaction processing, like real estate tokenization.

  • Unique Features for Real Estate Tokenization:

    High Transaction Speeds:

    • Solana's architecture enables processing up to 65,000 transactions per second (TPS). This speed is beneficial for real estate tokenization, which demands fast and efficient processing of transactions, especially in scenarios involving numerous small transactions (like fractional ownership trading).

    Low Transaction Costs:

    • The platform's efficiency leads to significantly lower transaction fees, often fractions of a cent. This affordability is crucial for real estate tokenization, making it economically viable to conduct numerous transactions, such as buying, selling, or transferring fractional ownership stakes.


    • Solana supports seamless interaction with various dApps and cross-chain integrations. This interoperability is vital for integrating diverse real estate platforms, allowing for a broad range of services like property management, financing, and trading to be connected efficiently.

    Security and Decentralization:

    • Despite its high performance, Solana strongly emphasizes network security and decentralization. This aspect is critical in managing real estate assets on the blockchain, as it ensures the integrity and reliability of ownership records and transaction histories.

  1. Token Standards: Token2022

  2. Smart Contracts: Detail the smart contract framework, including its role in automating transactions, enforcing agreements, and managing tokens.

  3. Security Features: Outline measures implemented to secure transactions and protect against fraud, such as encryption methods, multi-factor authentication, and smart contract audit processes.

  4. Integration with Existing Systems:

    • Smart Contract Deployment: Develop and deploy smart contracts on the Solana blockchain, tailored for real estate transactions and asset management.

    • API Integration: Utilize APIs to facilitate communication between MetaWealth and existing Solana-based applications or services. This enables seamless data transfer and interoperability.

    • Compliance with Solana Standards: Ensure that the MetaWealth platform adheres to Solana’s technical standards and protocols for compatibility.

    • User Interface Connectivity: Design the platform's interface to interact efficiently with Solana’s blockchain, providing a smooth user experience for transactions and asset management.

    • Partnerships with Existing Platforms: Collaborate with existing Solana-based platforms to expand offerings and integrate services such as lending, staking, or property listing.

    This integration strategy will leverage Solana's capabilities while ensuring that MetaWealth provides a comprehensive and user-friendly platform for tokenized real estate transactions.

  5. Data Management and Privacy:

  6. Tokenization Process: Provide a step-by-step guide on how real estate assets are tokenized, including valuation, due diligence, and the creation of digital tokens.

  7. Staking Mechanism: Introduction of $AUM: $AUM, a liquid staking derivative of the Asset Token, provides several utilities, including governance.

    • Staking Durations: Investors can stake their Asset Tokens for fixed periods: 3 months, 6 months, or 1 year, to earn $AUM tokens.

    • Early Unstaking Fee: Unstaking before the end of the lock period incurs a fee payable in $AUM tokens.

  8. Reward Mechanism and Tokenomics

    • Reward Exclusivity: Only Asset Token holders receive $AUM rewards.

    • Revenue Generation: $AUM token rewards are sourced from fees accrued through participation in liquidity pools or vaults.

    • Supply Cap and Expansion: $AUM has an initial cap of 10 billion, which may increase as the platform scales to include more tokenized Real-World Assets (RWAs).

    • Emission Post-Airdrop: All new $AUM emissions are exclusively conducted through the staking contract following the initial airdrop.

  9. Governance Model:

    • Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO): AUMDAO is formed where $AUM holders can propose and participate in votes, ensuring a decentralized and democratic system.

    • Tiered Voting Rights: Voting power is not solely based on the number of tokens held but also considers the duration of holding or participation in the ecosystem to prevent dominance by large holders.

    • Community Councils: Specialized councils for different RWAs will be formed, allowing experts and active community members to guide decisions in their respective domains.

    • Proposal Thresholds: 2,000 $AUM to propose a vote (halving rules apply), a reasonable thresholds for proposing changes, ensuring that smaller investors can also participate in governance.

    • Transparent Decision-Making: On-chain protocol for anonymous and transparent voting.

    • Incentive Alignment: $AUM aims to be the Liquid Staking Derivative (LSD) of all RWAs. Holders of the Asset Tokens and $AUM are incentivized in two ways:

      • Asset Token holders get paid from fees that $AUM generates.

      • $AUM holders have a say in what direction $AUM goes towards, whether it be what RWA it wants to integrate next, staking pool rates, and protocol direction.

  10. Scalability and Performance Metrics:

    Transaction Throughput:

    • Solana's capacity to process up to 65,000 transactions per second is pivotal for efficiently managing the high volume of transactions in tokenized real estate, ensuring the platform can scale with user demand.

    Low Latency:

    • With block times of less than a second, Solana ensures rapid transaction confirmations. This low latency is crucial for real-time asset trading and management in the tokenized real estate sector.


    • Solana is designed to scale seamlessly with increased demand. This scalability is key to maintaining performance levels even as the platform grows, ensuring consistent user experience and system reliability.


    • Solana's low transaction fees make it economical for frequent, small-scale transactions typical in tokenized asset trading, enhancing the overall affordability of using the platform.

    Performance Metrics:

    • Core metrics such as network uptime, average transaction cost, and block time will be regularly monitored and reported. These metrics provide a tangible measure of the platform's operational efficiency and reliability.

      Overall Performance Improvements:

      • The network has undergone substantial upgrades, including the release of v1.14 to mainnet and enhancements to the software upgrade process. These improvements have resulted in 100% uptime since late February 2023. Key upgrades include the rollout of QUIC TPU, Stake-weighted QoS, and localized fee markets, enhancing the network's capacity to handle high traffic and demand efficiently. Additionally, the introduction of state compression significantly reduces data storage costs on-chain.


      • Network uptime, a critical measure of reliability, has been consistently high. The Solana network's emphasis on maintaining uptime is fundamental to user trust and the network's growth. Regular updates on network uptime provide insights into the network's stability and reliability over time.

      Transaction Throughput:

      • The network's transaction throughput is a key indicator of its capacity. The benchmark throughput for Solana is 65,000 transactions per second for simple transactions. The actual transactions per second can vary depending on the complexity of transactions and current demand. The network has shown steady increases in maximum daily transactions per second since January 2022, particularly in the second half of 2022, reflecting the impact of network upgrades.

Regulatory Compliance: how MetaWealth adheres to relevant legal and regulatory requirements, particularly in different jurisdictions.

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