Assessing Blockchain’s Commercial Real Estate Impacts in Asia

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Barely a decade old, blockchain has become part of the basic vocabulary of many industries. The technology is typically associated with finance, as the platform behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. However, blockchain has been promised to transform everything from farming to online dating.

Real estate is no exception. The authentication and security possibilities opened by blockchain are thought to be of particular relevance to the property industry. Across Asia, there are examples already emerging of the technology being applied in the field. These include startups using blockchain to digitally "break down" and sell real estate assets, as well as full-blown "blockchain hubs" in office towers, in Singapore; new platforms to connect homeowners with financing in China; and tamper-proof land registries in India.

To read our full assessment of blockchain on the commercial real estate industry, click on the link below.

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Assessing Blockchain’s Commercial Real Estate Impacts in Asia

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Simon Hunt

Managing Director | Office Leasing

Melbourne CBD

As the Managing Director of the Office Leasing Division my team includes over 100 staff and more than 75 leasing operatives across every State and Territory. I have been with Colliers International for 25 years, joining the Office Leasing team in 1993 and worked my way up to Managing Director in 2005.  Along with managing the Office Leasing National Team I hold a number of senior positions within Colliers including a member of the ANZ Executive, Executive Leadership Team and Senior Leadership Team.  I am a Licenced Estate Agent and a member of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, Property council of Australia and RICS - Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor.

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