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Real estate property transfers can be registered on a public blockchain ledger, leveraging auditability for external stakeholders and lowering bureaucracy times and costs.
Blockchain could have a significant impact on land registry management, by facilitating connection between public administrations and private stakeholders for information and data sharing.
Among decentralized applications built on top of blockchain infrastructures, automatic home sharing services represent an interesting evolution of current centralized homestay networks.
Smart contract technologies coupled with shared transactions ledgers could automate service provision both in the context of home automation and post-occupancy management.
Property: a Blockchain accelerator manages the change of property ownership, in other words the transfer of ownership of any digital or physical asset (e.g. vehicles, equity, houses, etc.). Through the registration of a transaction in the Blockchain register, the identity of the seller and the buyer, the unique identifier of the asset and the time stamp associated with the transaction are guaranteed and cannot be modified.
IoT (Internet of Things): things rely on the use of the Blockchain technology to manage the authentication and integrity of messaging between themselves, in order to guarantee the use of a safe and reliable IoT network.
Digital asset & Risk Management: decentralized information layers enable interoperable management for trading and post trading activities, which are typically related to financial assets lifecycle. In particular, Smart Bond maps a meaningful scenario in terms of process automation and dematerialization opportunities.
Want to steal a house? Doing so could be as easy as filing a fraudulent title transfer with the Cook County recorder of deeds.
Bitcoin and blockchain technology have been gaining publicity in recent years, and although they are primarily known for their use as a digital payment system, there are also promising uses in many areas where trust, cost and efficiency can be improved, including real estate.
Property investors expect to see property lease contracts based on blockchain technology in the next four years.