South Burlington, Vt., is one of the first cities to allow the use of blockchain for real estate transactions, Inverse reports. In this particular case, blockchain was selected because of its encryption capabilities for securing deeds and other documents used in a transaction, the report says. Although Vermont is believed to be among the first states to allow blockchain for use real estate transactions, Arizona and Colorado are expected to be next, according to Inverse. Read more here.

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