How to Make Accessing Private Blockchains More Efficient

Aaron Lohmann has over 15 years of experience in executive management with a focus on real estate development.
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Podcast: How to Make Accessing Private Blockchains More Efficient

Aaron Lohmann has over 15 years of experience in executive management with a focus on real estate development. He has led several successful organizations and is currently engaged in leadership and business development roles for companies involved in real estate development and finance.

Key Highlights

[00:01 -06:47] Blockchain for Businesses

  • What problem is blockchain solving within the real estate ecosystem?
  • Allowing a level of transparency and control that’s hasn’t existed before the system
  • Help things be more efficient
  • Aaron talks about EarnDLT and how it makes accessing private blockchains efficient
  • Make data portable and monetize it
  • More streamlined process in representing loan inventory

 [06:48 – 13:12] Laws and Regulation

  • The adoption of blockchain takes a little longer in heavily regulated industries
  • Business purpose lending has fewer regulations
  • Regulations apply whenever there is a security issue
  • The two biggest challenges on the sponsor side are capital raising and providing liquidity

[13:13 – 18:04] How to Tell You Are Making Progress

  • Blockchain delivers immediate ROI and benefits to the users
  • Using smart contracts for machine-to-machine communication
  • Many sponsors are scared about this change, but it’s important to keep up with the rapidly developing technology
  • How Wall Street is reacting:
    • They are most bullish on the blockchain because the data is clear, reliable, and transportable that can be applied to different spaces
    • Underlying technologies can be used to improve operations and profitability

[18:05 – 30:36] Be A Knowledgeable Investor

  • Aaron identifies sectors that’ll benefit most from this technology
  • Blockchain in the energy sector: How tokenization can change the energy sector
  • Here are the things you need to consider as a sponsor or LP when dealing with financial instruments:
    • You need to work with a firm that is SOC 2 compliant and have a strong security policy in place
    • Tokenization is not difficult to make but without the tools to properly manage the activities it’ll be dangerous

[30:37 – 31:24] Closing Segment

Additional Links:

Brian’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/

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