GMU: Where Are We With Blockchain Technology and Real Estate?

The recent news around cryptocurrency has put blockchain technology back in the mainstream discussion. Business leaders remind us that blockchain technology today is like it was in the early days of internet technology. Blockchain may lead to faster, cheaper, safer and more transparent real estate transactions where the traditional roles of intermediaries will be significantly changed. 

 

It has been six years since efforts to utilize blockchain in real estate accelerated in areas like title records and automated escrow services with smart contract technology. So where is the industry today? 

 

In this webinar hosted by the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship of the George Mason University School of Business, learn the basic principles of blockchain technology as well as the latest startups, pilot projects, and developments with states and local jurisdictions. 

 

Date: March 30, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Location: Online
Fee: Free, Registration Required
Registration: Registration Now Closed
For more information, please contact:
Name: Roderick Maribojoc
Email: [email protected]
 

Featured Speaker: Darvin Davitian – Vantage Legal 

 

Darvin Davitian is the founder of Vantage Legal PLLC. Darvin is a seasoned business attorney, with over 15 years of experience representing clients in a wide variety of business transactions in excess of $4 billion in transaction value. Prior to founding Vantage Legal, Darvin was an attorney at Perkins Coie LLP, one of the largest law firms in the country. 

 

Darvin represents clients (ranging from startups to publicly held companies) in the drafting and negotiation of technology, payments and commercial agreements. Previously, Darvin has also been involved in real estate transactional work (including purchase and sale, leasing and real estate finance transactions), an area he continues to work in today. His experience in both technology and real estate gives him a unique perspective on the intersection of technology and real estate. Darvin has also taught graduate-level courses at George Mason University on the intersection of technology and real estate. 


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