Holland has seen the launch of Blandlord.com, a shared property ownership site where proof of ownership is exclusively dealt with using the Bitcoin blockchain.
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Blandlord, the latest of several products from Dutch Blockchain startup Biccur, debuted September 14 with the goal of providing part-ownership of real estate via “shares,” for which owners are automatically paid their appropriate share of rental income.
“For ordinary people investing in real estate is often a bridge too far with the amount of work, the financial obligations and the search for tenants,” Blandlord’s website states. “Our aim is to solve these problems.”
Robert Nederhoed, CEO of Blandlord and Biccur, has been a long-term investor in bitcoin and spoke enthusiastically about the potential of blockchain in real estate to local