A real estate developer sells 10 sets of online auction sales platforms based on blockchain

On August 14th, a real estate developer in Manchester said that in the past 18 months, 10 homes were sold through the blockchain-based Clicktopurchase online auction sales platform. HS Property Group said it has been experimenting with a fast-growing online bidding platform to reduce the cost of sales through real estate agents while also reducing its real estate transfer costs. It is reported that Clicktopurchase caused controversy in the real estate industry earlier this year when it reached an agreement with RightMove to try out its services on the portal to enable buyers to bid for commercial real estate uploaded by Singer veille behind Clicktopurchase. This has caused many home agents to worry that RightMove, which has significantly increased its charges this year, may allow the technology to be used for home sales.