Ragnar Lifthrasir is one of the leading experts when it comes to blockchain and bitcoin for real estate.
The founder of the International Blockchain Real Estate Association (www.ibtcrea.org) and blockchain platform Velox.RE answers the simple and the more complex questions about what blockchain really means for real estate, how it can be utilised, what you should look out for when choosing whom to work with, why bitcoin is better than ethereum and much, much more.
Look out for the full interview on www.egi.co.uk/news soon.
And if you want to hear more from Lifthrasir, he is one of a number of high profile speakers at next month’s New York Real Estate Tech Week, where EG is media partner with US-based accelerator and organiser of the event Metaprop. Find out more at www.realestatetechweek.nyc
If New York is a little too far away, why not come to one of our UK-based TechTalk events. Find out about TechTalk Live on 15 September here (http://www.egevents.co.uk/Tech2017) and how to enter out TechTalk Academy (and the chance of £150,000 of investment) here (www.egi.co.uk/news/techtalkacademy)
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