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Since Bitcoin was first introduced in 2009, new cryptocurrencies have been popping up all over. In April 2018, there were over 1,500 currencies in existence on over 200 exchanges. Many of these currencies are transactional with coins that can be easily exchanged for other cryptocurrencies or fiat money. But new currencies are emerging that use security tokens, backed by real world assets, to enable profit sharing on the blockchain.

Using security tokens, individuals can invest in a company, a pool of assets, or even real estate. Commercial and residential real estate in the United States combine to form an industry worth nearly $200 trillion. Many Americans want a chance to invest in real estate, but the lack the experience or capital to get started.

With cryptocurrencies that enable profit sharing, real estate flipping can be crowdfunded and investors get the opportunity to diversify into new markets. Find out how it works in this infographic from Property Coin.

Blockchain and Real Estate
Infographic by: propertycoin.re

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Blockchain and Real Estate #Infographic

Blockchain and Real Estate
Since Bitcoin was first introduced in 2009, new cryptocurrencies have been popping up all over. In April 2018, there were over 1,500 currencies in existence on over 200 exchanges. Many of these currencies are transactional with coins that can be easily exchanged for other cryptocurrencies or fiat money. But new currencies are emerging that use security tokens, backed by real world assets, to enable profit sharing on the blockchain.

Using security tokens, individuals can invest in a company, a pool of assets, or even real estate. Commercial and residential real estate in the United States combine to form an industry worth nearly $200 trillion. Many Americans want a chance to invest in real estate, but the lack the experience or capital to get started.

With cryptocurrencies that enable profit sharing, real estate flipping can be crowdfunded and investors get the opportunity to diversify into new markets. Find out how it works in this infographic from Property Coin.

Blockchain and Real Estate
Infographic by: propertycoin.re

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