EHAB

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The main aim of ehab is to revolutionise the way we create, design, fund and think about urban places. The global housing crisis is a problem which requires a holistic approach; that enables thriving communities to be established whilst raising the standards of house building across the board. They intend to achieve this by transitioning the residential house building sector from a centralised, unsustainable, profit driven sector. To one which is led by people. To one which maximises human well-being, minimises impact on the environment and allows for a more equitable distribution in the financial gains of housing. Solving the global housing crisis is not as simple as building cheap housing. They want to create a digital framework which is flexible enough to deliver solutions of all kinds to all the different nuanced problems stopping thriving sustainable communities to emerge and flourish.

At a Glance...

EHAB
Symbol EHB
Start Date Aug 15, 2018
End Date Sep 15, 2018
US Participation
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Platform Ethereum
Total Supply
Website Website
Location United Kingdom
Whitepaper White Paper

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