The Impact of Blockchain Technology on the Real Estate Sector Using Smart Contracts
Muhammad Mansab Uzair,
Emadul Karim (),
Prof. Dr. Shair Sultan and
Syed Sheeraz Ahmed
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The block chain technology has been in the topic of much discussion due to its successful application in the crypto currency known as “Bitcoin" which has investment experts, economists, billion dollar financial institutes, big banks as well as governments taking sides on whether it should be legitimized and used as a currency or make it illegal to be used as a means of exchange. However, experts from different field like supply chain management and even from the medical field are more interested in how the block chain technology’s decentralized record keeping and numerous other benefits can be of use to them in their fields of work. This study concentrates on the block chain being used for real estate record keeping, since most geography’s have different procedures for record keeping, this study focuses on Defence Housing Authority in Karachi to check what the impact of applying the block chain technology to this area in Karachi would have on investors, real estate agents, residents and the government.
Keywords: Block chain; Real Estate; Karachi; Pakistan (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L8 L85 R3 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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