DIGITAL SECURITIES PLATFORMS AND HOW THEY OPERATE

On Thursday, August 27, 2020 the Chicago Blockchain Real Estate Collective hosted its sixth informational meeting on Security Tokens and Token Assetization with guest speaker Jamie H. Finn. Jamie gave an excellent history of stocks, bonds and securities trading and then demonstrated why blockchain based Digital Assets are superior to the existing state of the industry.  The CBREC is sponsored by Liberty Real Estate Fund.

We want to thank Jamie Finn for sharing his knowledge with the Chicago Blockchain Real Estate Collective Meetup audience. It is an exceptional representation of existing markets and why digital assets are better! Check out the replay where Jamie shows how easy it is to make a trade and the future benefits of real estate tokenization.

Adam Carswell and Michael Flight brought a little humour at the start explaining their real estate on the blockchain adventures.

JAMIE FINN – CO-FOUNDER & PRESIDENT AT SECURITIZE

Jamie Finn is the Co-Founder and President of Securitize, Inc., the leading platform for issuing digital securities. Jamie has a background as both an operating entrepreneur and corporate executive with over 20 years experience.  Jamie is both an exceptional technology entrepreneur and an innovative executive pairing a global vision with excellent tactical execution.

Prior to Securitize, Jamie worked at Telefonica, o2, Ericsson, and more recently AT&T in Big Data Product Innovation, as well as startups including Kontera, A.Ki, Thumbplay, Zingy, and others in a variety of senior roles. He has participated in over $700M worth of transactions on the buy and sell side in Tech M&A over the course of his career. Jamie earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Babson College.

You can listen to the presentation here:

Timestamped Shownotes:

02:57 – Michael Flight and Adam Carswell of Liberty Real Estate Fund LLC, introduce themselves and the journey into Real Estate on the Blockchain

06:58 – Michael Flight’s epiphany moment when discovering the advantages of Real Estate Tokenization 

13:31 – What are the benefits of Real Estate Investments with Security Tokens?

14:31 – Adam Carswell of Liberty Real Estate Fund LLC introduces Jamie Finn, President and Co-Founder of Securitize

16:04 – What is yield farming on the blockchain?

17:28 – Jamie Finn, president of Securitize, introduces the company and how they help their investors

19:20 – Evolution of digital assets and benefits of blockchain technology for investing

23:27 – Higher Safety and Security of digital asset investment versus cryptocurrency

24:05 – Transparency and Liquidity of Digital Assets

24:49 – How do digital securities save you time?

28:00 – How does Real Estate on the Blockchain enable liquidity?

30:09 – Why are Real Estate investors attracted to Digital Assets of Net Lease investments?

37:43 – Where is most of the liquidity coming from in the digital marketplace?

41:08 – What are the advantages of being a first-mover on the blockchain for real estate investments?

43:11 – How is a peer-to-peer digital securities trade executed?

3 Key Points:

  1. Benefits of Digital Securities
  2. Efficiency of Real Estate Tokenization
  3. Liquidity of Real Estate on the Blockchain

 

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The CHICAGO BLOCKCHAIN REAL ESTATE COLLECTIVE (CBREC) is a meetup for finance professionals, technologists, researchers, software developers, engineers, entrepreneurs and relevant real estate stakeholders interested in understanding applications of blockchain, distributed ledger, smart contracts, security tokens, and asset tokenization for commercial and residential real estate.

For future meetings and more information on the Chicago Blockchain Real Estate Collective go HERE.

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