This ex-Credit Suisse exec is using blockchain to sell partial ownership of luxury goods like…

Business Insider
August 9, 2018

This Swiss bank executive left his job to start Tend, a blockchain company which sells partial ownership of luxury collectibles. Tend uses ethereum to prove partial ownership of valuable assets like collectible cars, wines, and even vineyards. The idea is that it will let people in emerging markets…

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