Ubitquity Blockchain Real Estate Platform and Chain Solutions Partner to Add Reselling Services
News hitting the headlines report that Ubitquity, a real estate-oriented Blockchain recordkeeping platform has partnered with Chain Solutions, popular property investment and management consultancy firm. The strategic partnership will reportedly provide value-added reselling services to participants in the industry.
Conducting a seamless cross-border investment in the real estate sector has always been a tricky affair. The absence of trust between the potential trading partners often makes it hard for strangers to trade with confidence. However, with the use of smart contracts that form the core of the Blockchain technology, everything will get smooth soon.
Sentiments From the Owners of the Companies
Ubitquity’s CEO and founder, Nathan Wosnack is hopeful that the partnership with the Santiago based advisory company is a step in the right direction. According to him, it will henceforth be easy for users to conduct cross-border business with trust and confidence, thanks to the impenetrate-able blockchain technology.
José Ignacio Fernández, Chain Solutions’ founder and CEO, expressed his confidence that with the undoubtedly leading the way in ensuring Blockchain adoption, the industry will grow. He, however, admits that everything is still in the infancy stage.
Why Ubitquity Will Revolutionize The Real Estate Sector
Ubitquity is a business-ready blockchain-based platform designed to suitably fit in the day-to-day operations of any company in the real estate sector. Basically, it requires no special expertise before it can start to securely record records of assets. Considering its background, it should be easy to see what the likely outcome of the partnership will be.
The agreement platform has several BaaS (Blockchain-as-a-Service) features which can be conveniently fit in a plethora of real estate-based applications. It can seamlessly be integrated across aviation escrow, safe document storage and management as well as title abstracting. In fact, as we speak, Ubitquity is already in use in some institutions of academic, title companies and municipalities.