Jointer, tech-enabled commercial real estate platform launched two years ago, is focused on developing artificial intelligence, tokenized and blockchained technology, and other such innovations for to be utilized by professionals in the commercial real estate sector.
In short, the company issues debt tokens to borrow money from the public to help property owners instantly unlock their equity at zero costs.
Jointer recently grabbed some headlines when it submitted a bid for the iconic Chrysler Building in New York City. Ultimately, Jointer appears to be the first company to take the extra step to tackle public tokenization of assets rather than private tokenization which all current tokenization platforms provide.
Currently, tokenized properties are only available to the very wealthy, which runs counter to the principles of blockchain.
Jointer’s CEO Jude Regev is an international digital currency expert, who taught himself English while he was rolling out his own business. Here are the highlights from the Jewish Journal's Q&A with Regev.
Jewish Journal: How would you describe Jointer to someone not yet familiar?
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