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Satoshi Island is now ready to be developed into a real-world crypto economy and blockchain based democracy

Satoshi Island is now ready to be developed into a real-world crypto economy and blockchain based democracy

Satoshi Island is a 32 million square foot private island, located in the tropical paradise of Vanuatu, tucked between Australia and Fiji. The island, which is owned by Satoshi Island Holdings Limited, is intended to become home for crypto professionals and enthusiasts, with a goal to be considered the crypto capital of the world. After years of preparation, a green light from the Vanuatu Prime Minister and Minister Of Finance and all approvals in place, Satoshi Island is now ready to be developed into a real-world crypto economy and blockchain based democracy.

Own a real piece of the island

Turn your crypto into a physical asset with Satoshi Island NFTs

Island design & development

The master planning and development process is provided by world renowned architectural firm, James Law Cybertecture.

Modular development is the future of city building, instead of decades they will be completed within a few short years” – James Law 2010

Made for the crypto community

Satoshi Island is poised to become the crypto capital of the world, intended to bring together thousands of crypto professionals and enthusiasts worldwide.

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Advanced NFT Security

As Satoshi Island is a real place and what holders do with their NFTs effect the future of the island, owning a Satoshi Island NFT requires a level of responsibility not usually associated with NFT ownership. With this in mind, Satoshi Island NFTs come with additional security features to help keep them in the right hands in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

Public Opening
Q1 2023

Building Homes in Metaverse

With infrastructure and module installation complete on at least one area of the island, home owners will be able to begin residing on the island or renting out their homes to short and long stay visitors.

Opportunities for you and your business

Crypto Projects
Satoshi Island has vast amount of land reserved for projects interested in setting up a base on the island. Companies of all sizes are welcome and we have dedicated co-working space to suit start-ups, all the way up to entire campuses where large projects can build satellite offices, company retreats or even permanent headquarters.
Anyone can own a piece of Satoshi Island by purchasing Land NFTs. Buy a whole block and build a property for yourself or for rental purposes, or buy with others and decide together what to do with the block. Share usage with your co-owners and enjoy time on the island or lease out your property to other Satoshi Islanders… The choice is yours!
Blockchain Events
Satoshi Island is the perfect place to hold blockchain events and has ample space to host them. Organizers who wish to make Satoshi Island their venue of choice will benefit greatly from the targeted community on their door step. Whether a new or existing event, Satoshi Island provides a setting like no other.

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Le Brassus, November 9, 2021 – Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer Audemars Piguet invests in the future with two contemporary and modular production sites able to adapt to the company’s evolving needs. While the Manufacture des Saignoles recently welcomed its employees in Le Locle after three years of construction work, Audemars Piguet just laid the first stone of its new building, named the “Arc”, adjacent to the Manufacture des Forges in Le Brassus. These two large-scale architectural projects embody Audemars Piguet’s sustainable approach and work culture requiring ever more flexibility and modularity. The two buildings also highlight the brand’s dedication to innovative architectures both integrated into and respectful of their environment.

Situated in Le Locle, the Manufacture des Saignoles hosts the workshops of Audemars Piguet Le Locle – previously known as Renaud & Papi – which specialises in complicated watch mechanisms. The new manufacturing site, whose construction work started in 2018 and ended in the spring 2021, consists of a 10,400 square-metre one-storey building spread on several split levels that have been adapted to the topography and to suit industrial flows. The new building seamlessly integrates the relief of the valley and draws inspiration from the surrounding meadows, boglands and forests. Conceived by the Swiss architect office Kuník de Morsier, it combines employees’ well-being and comfort, while giving prominence to natural light and new technologies. The building features large bay windows made of SageGlass®, a cost and energy-efficient electrochromic glass that tints automatically depending on natural light. In addition to filling each workshop with light, this type of glass ensures thermal regulation all year long and offers full view of the surrounding landscape. This “light architecture” has been developed in collaboration with Marilyne Andersen, Professor of Sustainable Construction Techniques at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne. Her expertise in natural-light well-being was utilised to develop workspaces responding to the specific needs of each occupation.

In Le Brassus, the construction of the Arc, conceived by Swiss office De Giuli & Portier Architectes, has been entrusted to Steiner SA. This new U-shaped building will spread on a surface of 17,000 square metres divided between 3 floors and a basement where the technical rooms are located. In addition, the Arc will be connected to the current Manufacture des Forges.

Together, the two buildings will reunite under one roof all of Audemars Piguet’s industrial sites currently spread across the Vallée de Joux. Construction work started in the spring of 2021 and is planned to finish in 2025. Envisioned as an evolving project, the building allows long-term flexibility thanks to its modular layout and anticipates the company’s future needs. At the leading edge of technology, the Arc also privileges daylight thanks to electrochromic SageGlass® windows. This new construction aligns with Audemars Piguet’s commitment to promoting an architecture that is both avant-garde and respectful of its environment.
“Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world.”
The Backcountry Hut Company  System S
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The Backcountry Hut Company – System S

The Backcountry Hut Company

System S

Whether you’re seeking a warming addition to your wellness regime, or dreaming about a restorative heat session après ski, surf, or outdoor adventure, there’s nothing like your own personal sauna! People around the world have long celebrated the cleansing and spiritual rituals associated with heat bathing.

System S takes inspiration from Nordic sauna culture, in a free-standing sauna structure with a compact footprint of 8’ x 10’. Lined with sustainably sourced clear cedar, the interior offers a two-level bench system that comfortably seats six adults. Clad in durable painted steel, System S will withstand extreme weather conditions and keep you cozy in any climate with a Tylo Sense Pure 8 heating system, while you enjoy the view through the wide-open double-glazed window.


Designed for the ultimate in instant gratification, no assembly is required! System S arrives on site fully constructed and ready to connect to existing electrical systems. This system may be placed on your site without a construction permit in most cases.

The Backcountry Hut Company  BHC MODULARS

Limited availability in 2021. System S is currently available in Ontario and Quebec.

System S is priced at CDN $40,000


The Backcountry Hut Company – BHC Modular Cabins

BHC Modular Cabins

Ahora puede crear su propia cabina modular con un brillante kit de ensamblaje prefabricado de The Backcountry Hut Company  (BHC). Sus casas prefabricadas modulares son una de las mejores opciones para los propietarios de bricolaje que hemos visto, sus pequeñas y atractivas viviendas vienen en múltiples configuraciones y tamaños, y pueden funcionar dentro o fuera de la red. Se dice que las cabañas se ensamblan “como los muebles de Ikea” y se entregan en forma de paquete plano en camión (o helicóptero si elige un lugar muy rural).
Una vez entregado, se puede armar fácilmente levantando las paredes prefabricadas y los paneles del techo en su lugar utilizando un simple sistema de polea y cabrestante. Dado que son modulares, también se pueden combinar varios paquetes para aumentar el área del piso, agregar dormitorios, etc. Estas escapadas sostenibles fuera de la red están diseñadas para que vivir en el desierto sea muy fácil para aquellos que desean reducir su huella.


Nuestro sistema prefabricado permite un rápido proceso de construcción de semanas en lugar de meses. Backcountry Hut Company ofrece soporte durante todo el proceso, comenzando con servicios de diseño previo para trabajar con los clientes para evaluar la viabilidad del proyecto. Estos pasos preliminares son importantes para garantizar el éxito del proyecto antes del inicio de la construcción. El proceso general puede demorar entre 6 y 12 meses desde la planificación hasta el final, según la complejidad del proyecto. Hay tres fases en un proyecto:

The Backcountry Hut Company se fundó en 2015 con el sueño compartido de crear una estructura recreativa simple que pudiera instalarse fácilmente en prácticamente cualquier ubicación remota.

Nuestros fundadores, Wilson Edgar y Michael Leckie, no son ajenos a la aventura y lo salvaje desconocido. Nacidos al este de las Montañas Rocosas, cada uno emigró hacia el oeste por diferentes caminos, siguiendo las estaciones y persiguiendo aventuras en las montañas y a lo largo de la costa. La experiencia de Wilson con la comunidad al aire libre en el noroeste del Pacífico y los antecedentes de Michael en la creación de la galardonada arquitectura modernista condujeron al desarrollo del primer prototipo de Backcountry Huts, con el objetivo de crear un refugio modular prefabricado que combinara una utilidad práctica y una estética minimalista. A medida que avanzaba el desarrollo, el equipo contactó a Cyrill Werlen, con sede en la isla de Vancouver, un maestro constructor originario de Suiza, quien aportó su aprecio por la construcción de madera de calidad y el concepto de autoensamblaje al proyecto.

Trabajando a través de los elementos, tanto material como naturalmente, dándose cuenta del impacto de cada detalle individual en el conjunto colectivo, nuestro equipo ha desarrollado, probado y construido durante cinco años de aventura para ofrecerle nuestra primera colección.

The Backcountry Hut Company