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Podcast: Blockchain Micro Investment Real Estate with Matthew Sullivan

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.

Podcast: Digitized Real Estate with Matthew Sullivan

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.

Crypto ETFs: Taking the Long View

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.

Real Estate Security Token “Factor-805” Released, Brings DAI to Digital Securities

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.

STO issuers raise their game in push for regulatory approval

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?

How Blockchain Technology Will Improve Securities Markets

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.