Buy and Sell Real Estate With Crypto

Our solution facilitates secure real estate transactions through cryptocurrency, creating an avenue for purchasing homes with digital assets.

Our Vision

Millennial Blockchain is bridging the gap between legacy real estate transactions and blockchain innovation; serving as an on/off ramp for KYC compliant clients to transact in USD, stablecoins, and approved cryptocurrencies.

Our solution eliminates friction in the real estate transaction process for buyers, sellers, banks, and lenders making use of digital assets. Millennial Blockchain facilitates insured, secure real estate transactions with cryptocurrency while actively adapting to regulatory standards.

Our Crypto Solutions

The lack of infrastructure for crypto settlement highlights the real estate industry’s need for innovation. Increased transparency, optimized speed, and better security have increased demand for settlement in cryptocurrencies.

Millennial Blockchain is a forward looking service offering settlement in digital assets, in partnership with Millennial Title, an industry leading title company operating in 20 states.

Our Consultation

Millennial Blockchain advises clients on transacting in real estate with digital assets. We offer guidance regarding the technology necessary to exchange crypto for fiat during the real estate settlement process.

We also offer insight on the current regulatory environment and compliance standards. Our team bridges the gap between traditional real estate industry experience and technical expertise.

Our Partnerships

Founded in 2011, BitPay saw the potential cryptocurrencies had to revolutionize the financial industry: making payments faster, more secure, and less expensive. Their solutions transform how businesses and people send, receive, and store money around the globe. They now have plans to use the distributed ledger technology to create more tools and services which anyone can use to enjoy the innovations.

The Crypto Realty Group is a Los Angeles, California-based firm specializing in conducting real estate transactions through cryptocurrency. As a team of internationally-recognized realtors and blockchain experts, The Crypto Realty Group is armed with years of experience with both real estate transactions, blockchain and cryptocurrency, and, crucially, how to complete real estate transaction with cryptocurrency.

Millennial Blockchain is establishing relationships with specific banking institutions that will assist with treasury management for our crypto escrow solution. In the interim, we have onboarded with Bitpay to accept cryptocurrency for real estate settlements.

The Benefits of Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrencies have native technological advantages over legacy infrastructure for the settlement of funds. Blockchains offer fast and final settlement where proof of funds is verified on a public ledger. Decentralized and transparent authentication of identity stands to reduce wire fraud and due diligence costs. Furthermore, USD-denominated stablecoins allow the utilization of this technology without exposure to the risk profile of crypto assets.

While stablecoins can limit exposure to volatility in the short term, cryptocurrencies have performed exceptionally well over the last decade. Early adopters of cryptocurrency have become overallocated because of its success, meanwhile property owners are underexposed to crypto assets. Millennial Blockchain sees this juxtaposition as an opportunity for both digital asset investors and commercial real estate owners to diversify their holdings.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is blockchain technology?

Blockchain technology refers to the transparent, publicly accessible ledger that allows for the secure transfer of ownership of units of value using public key encryption and proof of work methods.

What are the differences between blockchain and cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrencies are an alternative to fiat (traditional paper) money. Blockchain is a distributed database. Blockchain has become closely associated with crypto because it powers the currency: it is used to transfer currency between users. But blockchain can be used to transfer all kinds of things including property ownership rights.

How does blockchain work?

When a transaction occurs on the blockchain, it is grouped in a cryptographically secure “block” with other transactions that occurred within the same time frame. The block is verified and linked to a previously verified block, creating a chain of blocks.

How do I purchase a property with crypto?

First, we’ll need to verify funds. We use a payment processor and escrow company that only accepts BTC, BCH and ETH. There are also collateralized loan options. Most transactions are crypto to cash, unless the seller is willing to accept crypto. The escrow process is the same as a traditional transaction with terms and contingencies agreed to by the buyer and seller.

How is the price determined?

The purchase price is always determined in Fiat (government-backed currency), e.g. if the purchase price is $1,000,000, then the market value of Bitcoin will equal $1,000,000 at the time of closing. If the transaction is written as crypto to crypto, explicit instructions will be written into the purchase agreement stating that the buyer and seller agree to the market fluctuations after the close of escrow and that the buyer is no longer responsible for those fluctuations.

What are the benefits of blockchain?

The most commonly cited benefits of a blockchain are trusted data coordination, attack resistance, shared IT infrastructure, tokenization, and incentivization. Blockchain’s ability to safeguard personal information, reduce intermediaries, unlock digital assets, and potentially open the economy to more participants.

How does blockchain prevent hacking?

While we cannot say blockchain is 100% hack-proof, the information it stores goes across a network of computers, so the task of compromising data becomes much more difficult for hackers. Instead of having to breach just one server, falsifying a balance or making a fraudulent transaction on a blockchain can only be achieved if the majority of the network has been compromised. And because the network can consist of thousands of computers, it is impractical to attack.

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If you are interested in conducting your next real estate transaction in crypto we invite you to reach out to us with your questions, thoughts and projects. Fill out the form below and someone from our team will contact you.