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An In-Depth Look at The Potential of Blockchain-Based Virtual Real Estate » Purdy's Two Cents
Blockchain technology has been speculated as a viable infrastructure for the real estate industry for several years. Recently, a luxury condo in Manhattan was tokenized on the Ethereum blockchain as part of a broader trend towards the tokenization of both fungible and non-fungible assets such represented by the likes of securities and real estate, respectively.