Somerco Blockathon 2019

Sat, 23 Feb 2019, 08:00 – Sun, 24 Feb 2019, 20:30 GMT German Kraft Brewery at Mercato Metropolitano, London 42 Newington Causeway, London, SE1 6DR Somerco blockathon in London. First release of tickets 250. Kindly hosted by German Kraft Brewery. Somerco introducing Blockchain and Beer Club you will find on Meetup. What can beat London…

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Fintech company Calastone to shift fund network to blockchain

Fintech company Calastone to shift fund network to blockchain

Calastone, an investment funds transaction network, said on Monday it will shift its entire system to blockchain in May, a move that could slash costs for the sector by billions of dollars a year. London-based Calastone provides back and middle-office services to more than 1,700 firms such as JP Morgan Asset Management, Schroders (L:SDR) and…

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Real Estate on the Blockchain: $20 Million Sale 'Tokenizes' Student Residence

$20 Million Sale ‘Tokenizes’ Student Residence

In the first offering of its kind, U.S. investors can now acquire a piece of South Carolina real estate in the form of blockchain tokens. The tokens represent ownership in a luxury student residence called The Hub, pictured above, which is located near the University of South Carolina in the state’s capital. The offering is…

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CoinAdvice Conference

The Biggest Crypto & Blockchain Conference. Coinadvice is a leading conference and event organizer which specializes in professional high-level business conferences with a special focus on blockchain and cryptocurrency domain. Our network of domestic and international partners provides prompt solutions for any company’s networking requirements. We prevail to advocate for the secure and responsible integration…

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Speeding Up Mortgage Application Times: ‘Future of Real Estate’ Gets Regulatory Approval

A blockchain-based startup which bills itself as “the future of real estate” has announced that its project has been legalized by Japanese regulatory bodies, including the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission. Ruden Holdings says inaccurate information, poor record management and inefficient processes are currently blighting the property sector – costing businesses time, money and even…

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