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February 21, 2020
Given the blockchain’s disruption of financial services, it’s hard to find a segment that has not been influenced by the technology. Cryptocurrencies have made a strong impact on payments, remittances, and foreign exchange. Initial Coin offerings (ICOs) have challenged stock investing, startup loans, and venture capital
February 19, 2020
As the cryptocurrency trend continues, buyers in real estate transactions have begun to express interest in financing their purchases using digital currencies like Bitcoin. Before agreeing to accept cryptocurrency as payment in these transactions, sellers should apprise themselves of the benefits of accepting digital currency as payment as well as the substantial risks involved.
February 17, 2020
In real estate, hundreds of startups have launched in recent years offering blockchain and crypto services and there are many more in the works. The shared goal is to revolutionize every branch of the industry, from investment and finance to research and record keeping. And many of the companies sprouting up promise an end to fraud and the beginning of a golden age of transparency, security and access, with fewer intermediaries.
February 15, 2020
Fortunately, from the ashes of the Great Recession arose the first fruits of a solution: a new kind of secure digital money with no centralized authority, built on an innovative new technology – blockchains. This breakthrough was first described in the bitcoin white paper.
February 13, 2020
Right now, while the majority of the world is caught up in the hype of bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin that just in the last year has gone up 6,072% (talk about a solid annual ROI!), many are missing the truly world-changing shift that could take place if this technology is correctly shepherded.
February 11, 2020
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are virtual currencies. They’re pretty much like digital versions of dollars that you can use to pay for real estate and other goods. On the other hand, blockchain is the ledger, the database that is being distributed and it is immutable. It provides transparency.
February 9, 2020
In 2018, the global real estate market grew from a value of $8.5 trillion to $8.9 trillion. The transfer of wealth through real estate is enormous, but it still operates in a very traditional way. It requires face-to-face meetings with investors, lawyers, and banks. A transaction also takes weeks or even months to set meetings, file paperwork, put money in escrow, transfer the funds, and cut checks.
February 7, 2020
It’s been a rocky year for the property market, as protracted political uncertainty and affordability problems left house prices largely stagnant in London and across the UK.
February 6, 2020
The latest set of Bridging Trends data has been released this morning and has revealed that despite 2019’s political uncertainty, demand for bridging finance remained remarkably stable.
February 5, 2020
The conservative party victory is good news for investors in the UK economy. It’s a pretty big deal.
January 26, 2020
Within carefully considered markets, real estate can offer strong growth opportunities, high financial returns and maintain a level of stability that makes it a low-risk asset in one’s investment portfolio.
January 26, 2020
Cryptocurrency has become a controversial phenomenon in today’s world. More and more industries and businesses are incorporating this technology into their functionality.