Block party


Blockchain has been heralded as the next big thing in real estate, but not everyone is convinced. Mitchell Labiak talks to the lovers and haters of this divisive new technology

In other words, blockchain is not the future of property; it’s the present. It is being used to successfully store information, create contracts and transfer money right now.

However, naysayers think there is too much hyperbole surrounding blockchain and that its potential has been massively overstated.

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