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How the Blockchain will change the real estate industry
In a territory where housing prices are expensive and mortgage practices complex, blockchain can help simplify matters.
Pop legend Prince left behind $300 million, and half of that will go to the government. He could have avoided losing much of his financial legacy by using Bitcoin instead.
Ubitquity LLC team launches first Blockchain Real Estate Meetup in Washington DC. The event takes place on Sunday, January 31.
If you are extremely Bitcoin-savvy, have an epic bitcoin mining operation, or just won a major lottery, you’re in luck because we’re going to reveal 15 of the most amazing things that can be bought for bitcoin.
How to create a digital alternative for government land and title registry. Plan of world change from International Bitcoin Real Estate Association.
The Real Estate Giant RE/MAX's London division has announced a pilot program in conjunction with GoCoin to begin accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin for rent payments.
The luxury marketplace that accepts Bitcoin, BitPremier, is listing a Greek Villa for sale. The home is priced at almost 5,000 bitcoins, or €1,200,000.
A Bitcoin real estate remittances company is working to lower the bureaucratic complexity of buying American real estate for the Chinese middle class.
The RentHop resource has 87000 listing of property on their page. Of course, many objects belong to the same broker, but the number is still impressive.
Some very exciting news regarding the present and future for Bitcoin comes through an announcement by Cai-Capital Limited which will expand Bitcoin into the real estate market.
And who can blame him? Three million U.S. dollars’ worth of value stored in anything but cryptocurrency comes with so many hassles.
One developer in Cyprus is selling luxury beachfront apartments for about 120 BTC each.
During the last months bitcoin has outgrown the virtual world and entered the market of goods and service of the physical world. The first pioneers of this activity – merchants accepting the coin as a payment method – offered to the customers very plain items, from burgers and wine to antiques.
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