With a lot of overlap on their respective focuses, Binde and Zweispace felt a partnership could be beneficial to both parties.
Zweispace, known for its work in the real estate technology industry, has devised a Bitcoin-based smart contract structure to handle inheritances.
Zweispace, a blockchain powered PropTech company, located in Tokyo, Silicon Valley, and Singapore, holds multiple patents around blockchain, started to tokenize the industry specific app utility, starting from real estate and legal professions for inheritance contract. The tokens are on Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Hayato Kameta explained how blockchain has impacted real estate, including the transfer of inheritance in real time and the tokenization of property.
With its extremely low fees and fast transactions, BSV is enabling businesses to re-imagine their business models.
Hayato Kameta joined us on the sidelines of CoinGeek Toronto 2019 to talk about his companies journey to Bitcoin SV.
Real estate blockchain company Zweispace has tapped into the BSV network to record earthquake-related information.
Zweispace started to record earthquake related information in Tokyo generated by its patented earthquake detection system into blockchain.
We reached out to Hayato Kameta to learn more about why his company settled on Bitcoin SV as their public blockchain option.