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Sandy Selman is a roll-up-the-sleeves, highly strategic and hands-on kind of guy with “big picture” vision and an on-the-ground approach. He’s had plenty of operational experience as an investor, advisor and founder as well as CEO, CFO and Board oversight.
He’s not a star-struck young thing wading into the next best technology because it’s cool. His experience has led him to believe that blockchain has enormous value for real estate in the future. And so Sandy co-founded CPROP in early 2017 to develop blockchain-enabled data solutions across the real estate value chain. CPROP has emerged as an industry thought leader on practical implementations of blockchain for mainstream businesses in brokerage, insurance, title, finance and investment management. CPROP is partnering with these businesses to develop proprietary and white-labeled solutions that reduce costs, capture new revenue and/or reduce risk.
Sandy previously co-founded an Internet of Things (IoT) and data science company, where his team designed and launched a powerful new business solution for a global property management business to help asset managers allocate capital with improved financial outcomes. And earlier in his career, Sandy managed an early-stage venture fund that deployed over $100 million to disruptive clean technology businesses in North America and Europe, helping its portfolio companies transition from pre-revenue experiments into global, profitable enterprises.
Sandy holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering (with Distinction) from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a MBA in Finance and Investments from The George Washington University.
So if you want to learn a little about block chain, here’s your chance.
Insights and Inspirations
- Blockchain is simply a distributed ledger technology.
- Blockchain is not crypto currency. Crypto currency is just one application of the blockchain.
- Every bank is quietly focused on digital securities.
- Digitizing currency makes it easier to democratize investment.
- Blockchain would make complicated transactions, accounting and auditing a breeze in the real estate world.