Is blockchain a game-changer or a dead end?

Blockchain. It’s become a buzzword in real estate, but will it go the way of the QR code or actually change how the industry works?

imbrex: Own Your Data

imbrex is the first global real estate marketplace on the Ethereum blockchain

Cryptocurrency, Cyber Fraud Focus of Trump Task Force

On an executive order by President Trump, four agencies established the Task Force on Market Integrity and Consumer Fraud last week, charged with guiding “the investigation and prosecution of cases involving fraud on the government, the financial markets and consumers, including cyber fraud and other fraud targeting the elderly, service members and veterans, and other […]

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What every agent should know about bitcoin in real estate

Just a few years ago, nearly everyone saw bitcoin as a niche or a pipe dream. Today, more than 100,000 merchants across the globe accept bitcoin as payment, and that number is snowballing.

What every agent should know about bitcoin in real estate

Just a few years ago, nearly everyone saw bitcoin as a niche or a pipe dream. Today, more than 100,000 merchants across the globe accept bitcoin as payment, and that number is snowballing.

1 out of 10 millennials are selling cryptocurrency to afford their first home

On Thursday, Redfin released a new survey looking at how different millennials between the ages of 24 and 38 saved for homes.

6 cryptocurrency questions investors should ask real estate agents (and how to answer)

There’s a new way to invest in real estate — cryptocurrency. Some forward-thinking investors have already used the digital currencies, the most famous of which is bitcoin, to buy real estate. Blockchain — the secure, distributed ledger that permanently records crypto transactions — is the underlying technology that enables cryptocurrencies, and it’s playing a growing role in the industry as well.

Real estate blockchain and cryptocurrency explained

There’s no doubt that 2018 is shaping up to be a coming-out year for blockchain and cryptocurrency in real estate. We’re hearing about more and more deals closed by real estate agents using cryptocurrency, and blockchain-enabled real estate startups are seemingly cropping up on a weekly basis.

Survey: What do you want to know about blockchain and cryptocurrency?

Blockchain and cryptocurrency are everywhere — and it can seem like these technologies are taking over real estate.

How to win in the lucrative global real estate market

As real estate grows more global with the increased transparency and power of the ever-maturing internet, real estate agents have immense opportunities to capture lucrative international, long-distance business to which they didn’t previously have access. This business opportunity is significant.