Ethereum Blockchain To Be Used For Tokenizing A Portion Of Real Estate Worth $65.5 Million

Ethereum Blockchain To Be Used For Tokenizing A Portion Of Real Estate Worth $65.5 Million

In the real estate industry, blockchain technology is often used for data management and purchase financing. However, another application of blockchain technology in this industry is tokenization. While this use case of blockchain isn’t too popular yet, a major real estate firm, Inveniam Capital Partners (ICP), has announced its plans to issue tokenized securities on…

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Swiss Startup Making It Possible to Buy, Rent, Invest in Dubai with Cryptocurrency

Swiss Startup Making It Possible to Buy, Rent, Invest in Dubai with Cryptocurrency

Zug, Switzerland-based blockchain-startup Darico has released details of its three proof-of-concepts (POCs) for the Dubai real estate industry in partnership with UAE’s property developer RDK Group. The POCs include renting luxury hotel-apartments (starting from January 2019), purchase of real estate via crypto-payments (in 5-year installments), and investing in tokenized apartments – by paying in Darico…

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lockchain Innovator ShelterZoom Announces Next-Generation, One-Stop Real Estate Marketplace

Blockchain Innovator ShelterZoom Announces Next-Generation, One-Stop Real Estate Marketplace

PropTech leader sets stage to launch the industry’s first blockchain-powered, end-to-end deal platform as a prelude to serving other industries. ShelterZoom, creator of the first blockchain-based real estate purchase and rental deal platform, today announced plans for a next-generation, one-stop real estate marketplace. Set to go live in Q1 2019, the marketplace will incorporate a…

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MoneySQ is expanding its blockchain platform to the real estate sector (Image SvetaZi / iStockPhoto)

MoneySQ expands blockchain platform to real estate sector

Hong Kong crowdfunded online lending platform MoneySQ has revealed plans to expand its blockchain business platform trustME to the real estate sector via a joint initiative with the Hong Kong Real Estate Agencies General Association. Under the collaboration, the partners will launch smartME Contract, a smart contract agreement for real estate sales.  The smartME Contract…

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Real Estate Meets Blockchain in Hong Kong

Propy is hosting their first Meetup event in Hong Kong for professionals interested in learning more about how blockchain is disrupting the global real estate industry. After completing the first real estate transactions on the blockchain in the US and EU, the Silicon Valley-based company is now focused on the Asia-Pacific region. Date: Monday, 26th…

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