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Over the last few years, there’s been growing interest in applying blockchain technology and tokenization to commercial real estate. In theory, tokenization, combined with fractional ownership structures, would allow companies to sell interests to investors of all sizes, expanding markets and unlocking additional value. Distributed ledger technology could automate the process, making activities efficient enough for significant market adoption.

But the distance between realizing the vision and making it happen is more complex than clicking your heels together and saying, “There’s no place like crypto.”

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