Discrete Asset Register and Indicative Valuation – at local or national government level
We supply an aggregate and segmented asset register, based on assessments of data availability merging data sources in order to develop complete property profiles for each unit of property within a well defined administrative area. Data include attributes such as size, location, current use, parcel boundary, geo centerpoints, as well as land use and zoning designations in order to account for possible value potentials based assessments of highest and best use for each property.
Data will be grouped in relation to geographical, physical, administrative and other features serving as basis for indicative valuation as well as with regard to the structure of available and relevant market value indicators.
Register of Public Real Estate
A distributed register of public assets, through an irrevocable blockchain of data. This being traceable for accountability, provides unprecedented tamper proof data integrity, complete transparency where desired, and saved redundantly and securely at all times without the need of any central hardware. Governments at any administrative level can submit the data themselves or we will help support the creation of an asset register and indicative valuation (as described above).
The interface will be available and tailored for the financial market and as a key component for the production of public sector balance sheets, fiscal risk assessments and rating advice, as well as independent sovereign risk analysis.
With Blockchain technology we aim to help unlock public wealth by creating an efficient tool that provides transparency for all assets within the respective administrative area, regardless of the type of ownership.
Published in October 2016, Blockchain – Decentralized Trust, co-authored by David Bauman, shed some light on what Blockchain technology is, how it evolved, where it is heading, and how it can be used. (Download link.)
One area where blockchain has the potential to be a disruptive force is in implementing public registers, such as land registers and public asset registers. The distributed irrevocable chain of data makes the register traceable for accountability, provides unprecedented tamper proof data integrity, complete transparency where desired, and saves it redundantly and securely at all times without the need of any central hardware.