United States, Delaware, Wilmington - 04-10-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — The innovative leader in the blockchain and real estate space joins the Vermont-based member-funded distributed ledger organization
Wilmington, Delaware, USA - April 10, 2019 - Ubitquity LLC, the enterprise-ready blockchain-secured platform for real estate and title recordkeeping, is pleased to announce that it has officially joined the Distributed Ledger Governance Association (DLGA) as founding members."Ubitquity is proud to be the first group of ten companies to join the DLGA Distributed Ledger Developers and Platforms,” said Founder & CEO Nathan Wosnack. “Vermont continues to be a leader and pioneer in the United States in attracting entrepreneurs by passing laws favorable to blockchain technology. As blockchain record keeping pioneers ourselves.”
Ubitquity has a number of Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) tools available on its unanimity? platform, that it has successfully integrated across a variety of industries including aviation escrow and title, title abstracting, as well as secure document management. Ubitquity will bring its unanimity? platform to use to help drive commercialization with various State of Vermont agencies to explore productive uses of distributed ledgers with both the government and private sector."We are pleased to see such a high profile group of members for the founding class. We have even more firms that are in discussions about joining both within Vermont and beyond and expect to announce many more in the coming months,” said DLGA Executive Director, Jeremy Friesen. “Ubitquity is a respected organization that is a welcome member of our association.”
Ubitquity has a number of Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) tools available on its unanimity? platform, that it has successfully integrated across a variety of industries including aviation escrow and title, title abstracting, as well as secure document management.The founding members include 10 prominent blockchain software development companies from as far away as California and Toronto Canada. In addition, there are six local Vermont business organizations that will be assisting the members to conceptualize, plan and implement distributed ledger projects throughout Vermont with a variety of use cases including healthcare, citizen engagement, energy, supply chain, property transfer, and finance. Vermont is leading the country to encourage responsible technology innovation that has the potential to spur economic development through including jobs, across Vermont and beyond.
About Ubitquity LLC
UBITQUITY, the enterprise-ready blockchain-secured platform for real estate recordkeeping, offers a simple user experience for securely recording and tracking property deeds and land records. The company is partnered with academia, municipalities, and title companies. 2.1 RC (Release Candidate) version of their platform, unanimity?, is now available at www.ubitquity.io/products.html.
About DLGADistributed Ledger Governance Association (DLGA) was established to promote distributed ledger businesses and technology. Our mission is to enable our members to successfully demonstrate their distributed ledger technology (DLT) by effectively engaging with government and stakeholder in Vermont and, through this process, help set governance standards. DLGA provides member companies with the tools to demonstrate their technology in the real economy, leading to commercially successful pilots. DLGA is a member-funded organization, aimed at 501(c)(6) status as a Business League.
Ubitquity Media and Investor Contact:
Tel: 1+ (724) BITCIN 
DLGA Contact:1 Lawson Lane Suite 340
Burlington, VT, email@example.com
Tel: +1 (802) 735-2271
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