Joan Laporta, lawyer and former president of FC Barcelona, joins the Blockchain Technology by the hand of Jaime Hernandez and Miguel Rodriguez, founders of Urbit Data, the project that will revolutionize the Real Estate Market world through Blockchain technology.
Joan Laporta has joined the Advisory Board of the company Urbit Data. This way, the company consolidates its growth strategy with a solid project with an enormous global projection.
Urbit's new consultant has stood out for many years for his successful and relevant career, both in the field of senior sports management and in his career as a lawyer. In addition, he has held political and institutional positions of relevance, being Deputy of the Parliament of Catalonia and councilor of the City of Barcelona.
With the collaboration of Laporta, Urbit Data is positioned as one of the first pioneering companies in the real estate sector to implement the revolutionary Blockchain technology.
Urbit Data is developing the largest online platform in the world for the real estate sector. From it solutions are offered that will improve the market substantially:
During the next weeks we will hear a lot about Urbit Data, since they will hold different events in Spain, as well as in the rest of Europe, Asia and America, since it is in the process of capitalization for the global launch of its company.
For this, it is participating in the usual fundraising system through technological Crowdfounding, which is very popular in investor and techno-enthusiast communities, and in which anyone can contribute.
You can get more detailed information about the project, and its action plans of how the real estate industry will improve, through its website urbitdata.io.
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