Propy’s announcement comes at the same time as the HM Land Registry has said it is expanding its research and development project, Digital Street, exploring how blockchain technology could be used to provide quicker and simpler services.
Nobul's August release includes the launch of a new blockchain specifically designed to record and manage transactions related to four key contracts between the home buyers/sellers and agents that meet through Nobul's platform.
Scottish residential property rental portal Citylets has teamed up with blockchain technology specialist Wallet.Services to offer what is thought to be the first blockchain-enabled private rented sector (PRS) worldwide database.
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article. It's not taxi drivers, nor government regulations, nor competitors like Lyft or Cabify: the biggest threat to Uber is a technology that has the potential to take the revolutionary company out of the market. Blockchain, is a decentralized network, where there is not one person who has more power than the rest. It has the potential to destabilize Uber's business model as the company did with one of the most important industries in urban life: transportation.
Job.com, a job-matching company for the new generation, has devised a way to rid the hiring process of middlemen recruiters, through the use of blockchain technology. Normally, many layers of middlemen between employers and job hunters are a part of the hiring procedure. These middlemen are just superfluous market participants, drawing profits away from job hunters, and making recruitment a costly undertaking for companies. Job.com’s founders have decades of experience in the recruitment business. With this experience, they think that they can disrupt the industry, focusing on blockchain technology as the instigator. Scheduled to launch in the summer, the Singapore-based