An apartment in Ukraine has become the first-ever property to be bought and sold using blockchain, potentially heralding a new era of transparent and efficient real estate transactions. Ukrainian developer Mark Ginsburg sold the Kiev property to Michael Arrington, co-founder of the tech news site TechCrunch, for $60,000 via smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. [...] read whole article

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