Blockchain Could Unlock Value of Real Estate as an Asset Class

In Part 2, Max looks at how new technologies could help to grow the real estate market.

In the first part of this feature, Max Bowie outlined the potential trading value currently hidden within real estate assets. In its conclusion, he describes how some believe distributed ledger technologies could be the key to opening up the potential benefits of this market to a broader base of investors. To read Part 1, which examines real estate’s data problem, click here.

Real estate markets face a chicken-or-egg predicament: The markets need liquidity to generate timely market data, but

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