Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, R3 and more say they've reduced property transaction times to "less than three weeks" using a distributed ledger.
The Town of Innisfil, Ontario, will accept bitcoin for property tax payments from next month in a one-year trial project.
County auditors in the U.S. state of Ohio have launched a study of the improvements blockchain might bring to property transfers.
The U.S. state of Wyoming has passed several bills aimed to make the state a top destination for cryptocurrency and blockchain businesses.
Security token startup Harbor is offering its first private placement, allowing investors to buy into a high-rise property.
The New South Wales state government is trialing blockchain tech from ChromaWay as part of a bid to digitize property conveyance by next summer.
A major real estate brokerage in China is exploring how to provide definitive proof of a contract's time of signature using blockchain tech.
A new rush of entrepreneurs, this time armed with crypto tokens, think they can reinvent real estate for more efficient equity investment.
Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can't be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the individual.
The Russian Federation is launching a blockchain land-registration pilot project in 2018, according to the Ministry of Economic Development.