How Blockchain can redefine Real Estate

As of today, Blockchain adoption in the real estate market is in its early stages, but with Blockchain’s potential to essentially redefine how transactions occur in the real estate space, identifiable cases relevant to the mainstream have sprung up. 
 
For example, the problems in the domain of the registration process and title deeds can be overcome if all these processes and transfers would be on the Blockchain as it provides a transparency that many real estate processes lack or do not have access to.
 
At the heart of Blockchain’s value is transparency and efficiency, which lends itself to a variety of real estate applications from title insurance, due diligence, smart contracts and their supply chain management processes.
 
This improved efficiency will have numerous financial benefits, including reduction in friction costs of commercial real estate transactions, like fees tied to document preparation and review. 
 
In addition, this conference will show that there’s more to Blockchain and real estate by presenting those cases which most likely to have ripple effect on commercial real estate markets and how the commercial real estate industry transacts business and operates. 
 
This is certainly the case with Asset management, where Blockchain can improve how large, multi-tenanted properties and portfolios are managed by facilitating the automation of invoicing, reconciliations, and lease management. Another example is Blockchain’s potential to disrupt and transform property searches on a global scale by increasing transparency and access.
 
Tokenization is the process of representing the ownership of real world assets digitally on a Blockchain and the conference will feature how tokenization is paving the way for a new forefront in real estate development.  

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E14 5AB, UK

Aerials 2014 looking West

Level 39

One Canada Square
Canary Wharf, London
E14 5AB, UK

Aerials 2014 looking West

CALL FOR USE CASES

In the conference program of Blockchain Real Estate & Construction, we’ve kept some time available for use case demonstrations. Please submit your use case by clicking the button below. Our program team will review all submitted use cases and be in touch. 

Join the conference

Blockchain Real Estate & Construction is an industry focussed conference not only providing you with the latest insights in Blockchain Technology but also showcasing relevant business-related use cases. Please join us now by clicking the button below.

CALL FOR USE CASES

In the conference program of Blockchain Real Estate & Construction, we’ve kept some time available for use case demonstrations. Please submit your use case by clicking the button below. Our program team will review all submitted use cases and be in touch. 

Join the conference

Blockchain Real Estate & Construction is an industry focussed conference not only providing you with the latest insights in Blockchain Technology but also showcasing relevant business-related use cases. Please join us now by clicking the button below.

Contact Us

Speaking opportunities: nils@becon.global
Media/press enquiries: roelof@becon.global
Sponsorship opportunities: sponsors@becon.global
General enquiries: info@becon.global

As a global and cross-sector platform for collaboration, networking, explaining and advancing new technologies, BECON has become one of the leading organisers of conferences highlighting the impact of blockchain technology in vertical applications, especially the financial sector. Starting in 2016 with 3 events BECON’s global strategy grew its portfolio to 12 events in 2017 and 17 events in 12 countries on 4 continents in 2018.

Contact Us

Speaking opportunities: nils@becon.global
Media/press enquiries: roelof@becon.global
Sponsorship opportunities: sponsors@becon.global
General enquiries: info@becon.global

As a global and cross-sector platform for collaboration, networking, explaining and advancing new technologies, BECON has become one of the leading organisers of conferences highlighting the impact of blockchain technology in vertical applications, especially the financial sector. Starting in 2016 with 3 events BECON’s global strategy grew its portfolio to 12 events in 2017 and 17 events in 12 countries on 4 continents in 2018.