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Sustainable real estate development using Web3 technology



Headquartered in Dubai, Koolute Investments uses Web3 and blockchain technology to modernise real estate in Senegal. Operating as a property portal and a technology provider, Koolute is powered by a blockchain solution where verified property data incentivises investment and real estate development in Senegal.


By streamlining accountability and transparency across the property ownership registry, Koolute is setting the sector up for long-term and sustainable development. By providing a technological solution to verify property ownership, Koolute increases efficiency, adds security, reduces fraud, and improves stakeholder participation.

Headquartered in Dubai, Koolute Investments uses Web3 and blockchain technology to modernise real estate in Senegal. Operating as a property portal and a technology provider, Koolute is powered by a blockchain solution where verified property data incentivises investment and real estate development in Senegal.


By streamlining accountability and transparency across the property ownership registry, Koolute is setting the sector up for long-term and sustainable development. By providing a technological solution to verify property ownership, Koolute increases efficiency, adds security, reduces fraud, and improves stakeholder participation.


Cannelle Maricaux, Founder and CEO at Koolute Investments, draws inspiration from how Dubai has revolutionised its property data processes to become a truly modern city with smart design.

“The UAE has one of the most advanced blockchain-backed property frameworks. I’m taking my learnings from here and applying them to Senegal. Everyone already knows that blockchain-based applications can drive radical and disruptive innovations. However, blockchain use, especially across property assets, is still limited. By building blockchain-backed infrastructures in Senegal and West Africa, we can establish sustainable, long-term benefits that bring value to all stakeholders,” she said.




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