This new whitepaper from Navitas Capital explores and analyzes blockchain and how it is poised to transform the real estate sector.  To download the free whitepaper, please go to the following link: Exploring Blockchain & Transformative Applications in Real Estate

In short, our Analyst, Jacob Mienert, and the rest of the Navitas Team set out to write this whitepaper to help:

  • Demystify blockchain technology and separate it from cryptocurrencies by introducing some of its fundamental technology components in highly format.
  • Offer a concrete set of “key takeaways” for real estate leaders interested in blockchain.
  • Provide a brief history of how the technology arrived at its current place and some context of where we are in the adoption curve.
  • Offer a framework for understanding how to evaluate and apply blockchain applications to different segments of the real estate industry.
  • Recognize some of the most notable “first inning” start-ups (e.g. Harbor) and blockchain projects in development.

Key takeaway:  While early, the emergence of blockchain is potentially one of the most powerful and disruptive forces in the real estate space to date.  On the horizon, we believe blockchain will play a prominent role in transforming real estate across a number of key applications.

 

About Navitas Capital
Navitas Capital is a California-based venture capital firm focused on early-stage technology investments for the real estate and construction industries. Navitas’ investment strategy is to provide a combination of growth capital, industry expertise, and market access to high growth technology companies. Navitas tests and deploys technology solutions across its own portfolio of real estate assets, as well as helps startups scale through providing access to Navitas’ network of industry leading LPs. Navitas is currently investing out of its second fund, a $60M vehicle that includes anchor strategic commitments from many industry leading LPs. Current and past real estate technology investments include: Katerra, PlanGrid, Aquicore, Matterport, Gridium, View, Honest Buildings, Truss, Bowery, Harbor, PeerStreet, HappyCo., Ravti, Sweeten, Comfy (Siemens) and Can2Go (Schneider Electric).