How The Blockchain Will Change Real Estate

How The Blockchain Will Change Real Estate

Blockchain technology can be used for a wide variety of real life purposes, ranging from finance to databases and transferring ownership. One area often overlooked in this regard is the real estate market, even though this industry stands to gain a lot from distributed ledgers. Transparency, removing the risk of fraud, and speeding up the process associated with buying or selling a property can all be achieved through the blockchain. The main question is: who will be the first to jump on this innovative protocol?

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