The world's first platform where you can buy, sell and trade the equity in your home
QuantmRE is building the world’s first real estate platform that enables homeowners to sell, and investors to trade, the equity in owner-occupied, single family residential homes.
How QuantmRE is Revolutionizing Real Estate by Bringing It Onto the Blockchain
Matthew Sullivan, CEO of QuantmRE, interviewed about how real estate on the blockchain can help homeowners can get equity freedom.
QuantmRE Partners with Securrency to Launch a Globally Compliant Stablecoin and Blockchain-Based Real Estate Marketplace
QuantmRE’s patent pending technologies makes an investment in home equity Accessible, Investible and Tradeable:
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QuantmRE is built on trust.
QuantmRE employs the same architecture and cyber security standards as PCI-DSS and enterprise-grade financial institutions. This includes penetration testing as well as cyber security policies in accordance with those standards.
QuantmRE has engaged CybrEye, Inc and Cognitio Corp. to provide leading-edge solutions for security and privacy. The cyber security assessments they will carry out on a regular basis go beyond best-in-class commercial to testing expected in the most sensitive areas of government.
Cognitio Corp. supports QuantmRE through its deep experience in cyber security and enterprise cloud architecture with large government and financial institutions, including investment banks, federally backed student lenders, aerospace companies, big data companies, supercomputing manufacturers, credit unions, and government agencies in the intelligence community.
QuantmRE has been designed around a scalable, secure and distributed third generation Blockchain architecture which will deliver military-grade encryption for transactions, cryptographic anonymity for payments and messages and an environment supporting the creation of investment applications with security and privacy at their core.
Our Membership Tokens have been designed using the ERC20 protocol. EQRE is an asset-backed crypto currency that has been designed to use the Stellar platform protocols and utilities. We will work with our ATS exchange partners to create the format that best integrates with their systems.
The internal Real Estate Marketplace Blockchain is built in Hyperledger. This Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) layer represents a small subset of the overall data we collect on assets, owners, and investors. The DLT will directly inform how much equity is available to turn into an EQRE token.
Due to the maturity of technology currently available to support an asset-backed token, we will be utilizing public and private Blockchains along with off-chain and sidechain technologies. The public Blockchain will allow us to leverage the power of the cryptographic cyber security capabilities, and our private Blockchain will allow us to operate more freely within our internal/trusted environment.
The QuantmRE infrastructure also uses Amazon AWS infrastructure as a service, the most recent Microsoft.Net Framework as its development language, and best practice project management tools.
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Chief Compliance Officer
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In the Press
The world of cryptocurrency is hard to crack. We immediately think of Bitcoin and the frenzy around its value. Proving how cryptocurrency is far more beyond that, QuantmRE CEO Matthew Sullivan has found an appreciation of the actual blockchain technology behind it and merged it into blockchain micro investment real estate.read more
Jason Hartman speaks with Matthew Sullivan, founder & CEO of Quantm Real Estate, about how his company is using blockchain and tokens to help homeowners pull equity out of their homes (whether owner occupied or investments). Matthew uses a few case studies to explain how much money you could extra, what you would owe his company, and how the secondary market works for the equity stake his company receives.read more
The Blockchain. You’ve heard of it, you may know a little about it, now how can it help us as real estate investors? Host Joe Fairless and Matthew Sullivan walk through a case study of what one can expect if using the blockchain to invest in real estate with QuantmRE.read more
Lack of clear regulatory guidelines and the uncertainty it brings has delayed the development of the crypto industry. This is particularly evident when we look at the challenges faced by firms looking to list exchange-traded funds (ETFs) based on the traded price of bitcoin.read more
It’s commonly been said that the security token sector will first impact the real estate space. After all, we’ve had security tokens represent real estate assets before. Securitize, for example, has been focused on tokenizing some $1 billion of real estate assets; other companies, like QuantmRE are looking to create their own security tokens tied to fractionalized interest in real estate.read more
With the SEC promising to issue “plain English” guidance on security token analysis and the industry waiting for the first SEC-approved security token offering (STO), could 2019 be the year that security tokens become the fundraising tool of choice?read more
Much of the attention the blockchain and cryptocurrency markets received in 2017 and 2018 has waned as Bitcoin’s price has fallen about 75% from its peak. One area within the space that is growing in favor despite the broader negativity is securitized tokens.read more
Matthew Sullivan, CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, talks about how QuantmRE’s EQRE securities tokens and the blockchain are re-imaging the way houses are financed. Interview with Antione Tardif, CEO of BlockVentures.com, as part of Securities.io’s interview series.read more
Digital asset exchanges that use blockchain technology are looking at regulation as the next step to market growth. There are a number of exchanges that are developing their technologies to enable traditional assets such as bonds, venture capital, real estate and art to be tokenized and traded in a way that is compliant with local securities regulations.read more
Advances in blockchain innovation mean that the real estate sector no longer needs to rely on dusty documents and traditional sales processes, because property titles, insurance, ownership transfer and escrow processes are all moving onto the blockchain.read more
The tokenization of assets and securities and the creation of regulated trading exchanges built on the Blockchain will have a significant impact on the securities market, delivering a quantum leap in speed, efficiency and cost reduction. Think of it in terms of the impact that the internet and email had on the world of traditional communications.read more
QuantmRe, which operates a blockchain-based real estate trading platform, announced on Tuesday the launch of the EQRE security token, which allows qualified investors to get exposure to fractional equity interests that focus on US residential properties.read more
Through a partnership with Prime Trust, QuantmRE, a blockchain-based platform for real estate, has announced that they will be holding their own security token offering. The token will be reflective of fractional property ownership in the real estate market.read more
Matthew Sullivan, CEO of QuantmRE, talks tokenized real estate, equity freedom and converting home ‘owers’ to home ‘owners’.read more
Matthew Sullivan, CEO of QuantmRE, joins Security Token Academy hosts Amy Wan and Adam Chapnick to discuss the company’s security token offering (STO).read more
Cryptocurrencies are set to play a much larger role in the financial services sector partly due to the massive growth in investor interest, but also because new developments in tokenization are offering crypto traders the chance to diversify their holdings and invest in tangible assets.read more
In traditional housing, you’ll apply for a home loan from the bank and based on your credit profile and down payment the bank will lend you money. How is crypto disrupting this space? Denis O’Brien & Katie Welsh interview Matthew Sullivan.read more
Calling their EQRE digital asset “a securities token that even Wall Street could love,” QuantmRE is planning to do a security token offering tied to fractionalized interest in real estate. In partnership with Prime Trust, QuantmRE will issue a security token representing interests in owner-occupied, residential real estate assets in the US.read more
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are not the same thing, although one relies on the other. Blockchain is the technology that enables the existence of cryptocurrencies, among many other potential applications. Cryptocurrencies are an electronic medium of exchange that are created and stored on the Blockchain.read more
The crypto community is chomping at the bit for the SEC to approve an ETF for Bitcoin, and rightly so. For the uninitiated, an ETF (exchange traded fund) is a common investment vehicle, an index fund which tracks various stock market indexes and trades like stocks.read more
From the Blog
Thinking about adding on to your home? Whether you’re looking to create a rentable space to attract a tenant, or you’re planning for the care of an aging relative who needs a bit of help, but wants to retain a degree of independence, ADUs might be the best option. Not sure what an ADU might be, why you would want to invest in one, or how any of this works? Let’s break it down for you.read more
One of the reasons that many people are still on the fence when it comes to choosing to use cryptocurrencies is because this type of currency does not have any intrinsic value. The intrinsic value, sometimes called the inherent value or the true value, is the perceived value of something including the tangible and the intangible factors.read more
Cryptocurrency has been around for less than a decade at this point, and while there are a quite a few people who have invested in these digital currencies, it is still not a mainstream form of investment. Stablecoins could help change that, offering a huge benefit to those who are looking to make investments and stable trades in cryptocurrencies.read more
The world is still waiting for cryptocurrencies to become more mainstream than they already are. One of the ways that this is likely to happen is through asset based tokens. If and when this occurs, it is going to influence the stock market and other areas of finance in a massive way.read more
Refinancing a home can be just as problematic as obtaining an initial home mortgage in the first place. There’s good news, though. Blockchain technology might be able to make refinancing a home simpler, cheaper and faster. Here’s what you should know?read more
Have you heard of the term stablecoin? They have gained in popularity over the course of the last year or so, but there are still many who are not entirely sure what these coins are or why they are important. Here’s what you need to know.read more
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking a mortgage or student loans are “good debt”. The truth of the matter is that there is no such thing as good debt, no matter what anyone tells you. Those who use the term and believe in it are either mistaken or trying to find ways that they can justify the amount that they have spent.read more
Wealth managers should take a closer look at tokenization, in particular tokens that are tied to residential real estate. Combining tokens and real estate brings a whole new perspective to property investment. For family offices and wealth managers it is an ideal solution because it bridges the gap between digital and real assets.read more
Matthew Sullivan, CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, the world’s first Blockchain-based real estate network which offers fractional interests in single-family residential homes, has put strict governance at the heart of his business. He believes that best-in-class compliance should be at the top of every token issuer’s agenda.read more
Security tokens are likely going to have a very bright future. Those who are considering making investments, whether they are large investors such as an institutional investor or they are a single traditional investor, will find the idea of these tokens very intriguing.read more
Thinking about adding to your real estate portfolio? Real estate investing is still tremendously profitable in the Golden State. The hottest areas for California real estate investing probably aren’t what you think. These are the best bets for your portfolio.read more
Asset-backed tokens offer a broader range of investments to choose from and can create an extra layer of diversification in real estate investing. Investors looking for innovative ways to increase returns are embracing the introduction of asset-backed real estate tokens.read more
By tokenizing assets and putting them on the blockchain, the broader investing public will have access to a variety of real estate investment products as well as the potential to reap higher returns.read more
Homebuyers should know that blockchain technology has already disrupted multiple financial sectors, and it promises to do even more, affecting segments like securities settlement, global payments, debt issuance and the home mortgage industry.read more
The blockchain makes buying real estate easier, faster and safer – executing and recording contracts, deeds, escrow, and other financial transactions within the distributed, secure blockchain environment.read more
California real estate prices are at record highs. You should know all the market trends before buying or selling, and how fractional ownership can help create opportunities in real estate investing.read more
Investors are more and more excited about asset-based tokens because of the advantages that they can offer. In addition to the stability compared to cryptocurrency Coins, Tokens offer liquidity and can open up investment opportunities in a wide array of assets.read more
It is not easy for everyone to make investments in real estate. In some cases, the inability to buy real estate might be due to finances. Even those who have the money to make an investment may not be able to invest for one reason or another depending on where they live. If someone hopesread more
Unless you’ve been living under that proverbial rock, you’ve at least heard about blockchain technology. It’s the tech that underpins cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. However, there’s a lot more to understand about this technology, how it works, and the benefits that it has to offer.read more
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