Blockchain network Coadjute has announced new partnerships with software firms.
Coadjute launched in July and claims it will halve the time it takes to move home by giving all parties involved in a transaction a synchronised view of the deal as it progresses.
It’s already partnered with several property and legal platforms including Dezrez, MRI Real Estate Software, OpenView (VTUK), Osprey Approach, Reapit, and Redbrick Solutions.
Today it’s adding to the list with Agent Hub, Power Bespoke, Rex and Veco by Eurolink.
Steve Dawkins, chief relationship officer at Coadjute, says: “By connecting their existing CRM software platforms to other parties in the property market, Coadjute delivers real efficiencies to busy estate agents who have better things to do.
“Our encrypted network enables them to securely share sensitive client data with ease, cutting time spent chasing for updates and making more time for revenue generating activity.”
Coadjute claims to be a ‘national grid’ for the property market, and will enable future innovations including digital identity, digital titles, and digital settlement of funds.
“With the Coadjute network, there is greater transparency, a reduced risk of fraud and an accelerated process with significantly less admin. Conveyancers will be able to protect sensitive client data by Coadjute’s encrypted network, which only the conveyancer and the receiving party can see” it promises.