Blockchain real estate thought leader Avi Spielman ’16 joins Ubitquity’s advisory board
Ubitquity LLC, a blockchain-secured platform for real estate transactions, has announced the appointment of Avi Spielman ’16 to its growing advisory board.
“There’s been a lot of discussion around real estate and blockchain” added Spielman, “but since I started researching this field, Ubitquity has been one of the few companies taking action to make blockchain and real estate a reality. I’ve enjoyed working with Nathan and his team over the past year, witnessing them perform the first real estate transaction ever recorded on the blockchain, and look forward to furthering our beliefs together.”
Spielman is founder and president of Joon Properties, a Nashville-based boutique real estate development company. He is an alumnus of the MIT Center for Real Estate (‘16) and also an active angel advisor, working with start-ups in blockchain, angel investing, and curated events. Currently, Spielman is serving as associate editor of the Harvard Real Estate Review, vice-president of MIT AACRE, and board member of Vanderbilt Hillel. His thesis, “Blockchain: Digitally Rebuilding the Real Estate Industry” won the prestigious Govan Entrepreneurship Award from the MIT Center for Real Estate.