World Series of Golf Inc. (OTC Pink:WSGF) has completed a major milestone development in its long-term expansion strategy, and the rapid adoption of the release by consumers should finally bring the company the attention it deserves. Last week’s public launch of WSGF’s Peer to Peer, Fintech, Alternative Short-Term Rental Purchase Finance Application, Vaycaychella, has crushed even the most confident of expectations in user registrations, sending the stock soaring by 18% as of May 30th. The app opens enormous opportunity for investors of all levels of experience, as well as a continuous stream of revenues for WSGF and its investors.
Alongside the news of the successful launch, WSGF also made an announcement that could not only grab the interest of yet another growing market, but could be the first of its kind in the home-rental and investment sector. The company announced its upcoming plans to incorporate the ability to utilize cryptocurrency in the financing of short-term vacation rental properties on the Vaycaychella app. Cryptocurrency has become bigger than ever in the past year, with even the most traditionalist of analysts agreeing that the phenomenon is here to stay. As crypto becomes easily exchangeable on more and more platforms while many popular coins continue to increase in value, creating applications to use these coins is more important than ever.
The incorporation of crypto into Vaycaychella is an incredibly wise strategy as it synergizes with the main purpose of the app – making real-estate investment and host property rental opportunities more accessible to the masses. Millions of people worldwide are holding onto various cryptocurrencies, and the unique opportunity to utilize these finances to invest in a property on Vaycaychella could bring more users to the platform than ever as the crypto buzz continues to spread to even the most uninitiated of investors.
WSGF and its Vaycaychella app are making these developments at what may be the perfect time – and if initial consumer response is any indication, the company could be in for an incredible second half of 2021.
How Vaycaychella Could Revolutionize Property Investments for the Masses
WSGF welcomed short-term vacation home rental entrepreneurs (“rentrepreneurs”) and investors interested in supporting these potentially lucrative ventures to register on the Vaycaychella app following its public launch on Tuesday earlier this week. With the help of the Vaycaychella App, anyone can buy or invest in a short-term rental property similar to what you may find listed on AirBNB (Nasdaq: ABNB) and Booking.com (Nasdaq: BKNG). The app allows property owners to construct a profile that showcases to investors their skills and expertise, as well as the property’s earning potential. Following a successful investment agreement on the Vaycaychella app, the involved users are then able to list their property on various websites and generate income through the rental. The platform is designed to cater to a wider audience in an investment market that is seeing increasing interest from the general public, and WSGF may be one of the first to truly capitalize on this opportunity with a unique startup.
The app takes inspiration from retail-investor focused mobile apps such as Robinhood, which facilitate investment opportunities to those who may face economic or knowledge barriers through traditional routes. Similar to making an investment in the stock market, agreements can be made without credit checks, debt-to-income ratios, or income verification – as if the property were shares of a stock, a user can make an investment if they currently have the capital required to do so. This creates a safe opportunity for property owners to seek investments on a home-rental or renovation project from a much wider audience than ever before. The features offered by Vaycaychella are completely unique from anything else currently in the sector, and the benefits of seizing upon the growing market of retail-investors enjoying apps such as Robinhood could prove enormous for WSGF.
Supporting a Successful Launch Long into the Future
Prior to its acquisition by WSGF (who is currently in the process of changing its name to reflect its current rental-property-investment focus), Vaycaychella was a startup that built an alternative finance business that backed a portfolio of Caribbean beach rental properties. The combined properties in the portfolio built a value of around $1.2 million, and now backed by WSGF, these properties will now be listed on the Vaycaychella app and available for rental and investment via traditional means or its upcoming cryptocurrency support.
With the launch of its pilot project, WSGF will be able to back up 10 vacation rental properties in Cuba and begin to explore other potential areas such as Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Turks and Caicos. This is just the beginning of a series of similar initiatives that will allow users to own and manage vacation rental properties in a variety of currencies including crypto.
The launch of the app has been nothing but a success for WSGF at the moment. Not only has the app surpassed even the company’s own expectations, but its rapid user adoption has sent the stock flying up over 18% over the past week. The application’s focus on providing a wide range of retail-investors the ability to easily invest in or advertise rental property opportunities is unlike anything currently on the market, and could capitalize upon the enormous popularity of similar apps in the sector such as the billion-dollar Robinhood. The application may already be out, but it is not too late for investors to get into the stock now. With upcoming crypto support, as well as future partnership and development plans later into the year, WSGF is poised to finally realize the potential created by its innovative platform and bring substantial returns to its investors.
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