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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How building owners are seeking new sources of capital via blockchain

Known as “tokenization,” companies are trying to pioneer a system for trading ownership shares in real estate using blockchain technology and REITs as the vehicle Real estate’s much-anticipated affair with blockchain technology seems to be becoming a reality. Just as investors in real estate investment trusts can buy shares that represent an ownership stake in…

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Tokenizing Assets and Securities: How Blockchains Can Bring Onboard Real-World Value

Tokenized assets and securities could bring massive amounts of value to the blockchain market. Can specialized token platforms spearhead a trend? Blockchain technology is best known as the basis of cryptocurrency, which primarily derives its value from token scarcity. Essentially, crypto tokens are valuable because they are generated by demanding processes, such as mining and…

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The Security Token Academy is Tokenizing Commercial Real Estate Properties under CREST

The Security Token Academy is Tokenizing Commercial Real Estate Properties under CREST

The commercial real estate world is pivoting towards the tokenization of assets. The real estate world is turning to smart contracts and the blockchain for improved management systems. You’re probably thinking, “why is the toothpaste company involved in security tokens?”. They aren’t, CREST stands for Commercial Real Estate Security Tokens. It’s a new venture started…

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