Leveraging smart contracts and blockchain technology in real estate reduces a need for middlemen which aligns incentives, saves time, and saves money.
Through the use of blockchain and related technologies, we can turn real estate into tokenized assets in the form of highly liquid digital securities.
From wide adoption by governments and financial institutions to newfound applications in several industries, these blockchain trends we anticipate in 2020.
In this episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype, we interview the founder and CEO of Vertbase, Justin Seidl. We discussed topics such as the challenges of acquiring and using cryptocurrency, what merchants require to adopt the digital assets,
Bitcoin is the first blockchain technology, and it proposes a very different way of issuing money into an economy and sending information to each other without having to go through intermediaries.
By directly connecting advertisers to publishers, Blockchain is providing a more efficient ad-buying mechanisms than other bidding sites.
Cobalt demand is expected to multiply eight fold by 2026. Cobalt mining is often associated to human right abuses
Mercedes-Benz is developing a blockchain platform to increase transparency and sustainability in complex automotive supply chains.
Every year, about 4% of natural diamonds are mined unethically. Blockchain can help fight not only the “blood diamonds” trade, it can bring more transparency to the industry
Not only providing provenance, TATTOO also allows all consumers and distributors to buy and sell wine, schedule and track shipments, monitor warehousing and delivery, and arrange for and track insurance coverage.