Smartlands Outlines Its Roadmap to Future Success

Smartlands Outlines Its Roadmap to Future Success

Smartlands, a digital platform that makes capital management easier and cost-effective, has outlined its official short-term and long-term roadmap. According to the platform through a blog post, its management has been focused on the legal aspects, particularly in Ukraine and Liechtenstein.

As a result, the company provided critical information to Smartlands Network (SLT) token holders’ that will possibly affect future market prices. Notably, the SLT token has been one of the best gainers in the past year according to market analytics provided by CoinGecko. The asset is up approximately 124646.9% from its ATL as it traded around $5.90 at the time of reporting.

In Ukraine, Smartlands is working with Quantum Attorneys to advise on matters pertaining to legal services. Notably, Quantum Attorneys worked with the Ukrainian government on matters related to Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and the country’s digital assets issue. 

Currently, Smartlands has been in talks with high net worth investors and family offices to invest in the company. This is in the meantime as the firm puts in order its legal aspects in both countries.

“Smartlands remains fully prepared and ready to turn our “soft” commitments into the firm business from both investors and commercial property owners at a moment’s notice. We continue to meet with both asset owners and investors to ensure that there will be a large selection of opportunities on the platform for investors under Ukraine’s brave new world of crypto adoption,” Smartlands noted in the blog post.


Across the border in Liechtenstein, Smartlands is also working with the local team to build up its legal structure. Notably, the firm said that the appointed legal representative will work to see if the company is compliant with all relevant legislation under Liechtenstein Law.

“We are pleased to confirm we have found the right person for this position. To ensure overall legal compliance with our operation in Liechtenstein, we have appointed the law firm BWB Rechtsanwalte of Vaduz to advise us on an ongoing basis,” the company noted.

Having previously predicted in mid-April that in six months it will be done with its entire base process. The company has now announced that it is confident by mid-October things will work out as planned. 

In other announcements, the company noted that it is already in talks with asset owners for a listing on Smartlands in the coming months.