In most real estate transactions…

… the buyer purchases the home from the seller, and works with a title company to ensure the title (i.e., the legal right to own the property) is valid, and to insure it. Once the title changes hands, the county recorder’s office updates its records.

But with this house, it’s different:

  1. The title is owned by an LLC.
  2. To take ownership of the home, the buyer purchases NFT tokens that equate to the home’s total value (currently listed at $4m).
  3. The purchase takes place on a smart contract on the Ethereum network.

Wilkes believes smart contracts can save buyers and sellers time and money by removing the need for title companies.

Since purchases appear publicly on the blockchain, validating ownership of the home no longer requires scouring public records, and the ability to purchase the home through tokens means faster transactions.


(Quelle: thehustle, 19.04.2022)

” [..] But in these increasingly turbulent times, this simplified portfolio no longer cuts muster with savvy investors looking for diversification, to mitigate risk, a hedge against inflation which is why many are choosing to incorporate alternative assets into their portfolios.

According to Connection Capital, more than two-thirds of its HNW clients dedicate upwards of 10% of their portfolios to alternative assets such as fine wine. [..]”


(Quelle: hauteliving.com, 04.2022)

” [..] Timeless hätte wohl zu keinem besseren Zeitpunkt starten können. Schon seit Jahren avancieren Sachwerte zu einer neuen Anlageklasse, die Investoren begeistert. Die US-Sneaker-Börse StockX zum Beispiel bewerten sie mit 3,8 Milliarden Dollar.

Doch gerade in den vergangenen Monaten nahm die Bedeutung von Sachwert-Investments zu. Grund dafür ist der NFT-Hype. [..]”


(Quelle: Handelsblatt, 31.05.2021)

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