Factom, Inc. is creating resilient software and systems that are secured through the power of innovative blockchain technology. They are working with the Department of Homeland Security to build new ways of securing records. Their new blockchain software systems are for recording, managing, and sharing records and are ready for the future, with safeguards to make sure sensitive information is appropriately shared, respecting privacy and safety.
It seems like everywhere you turn, there’s a news story about the power of the blockchain to help mortgage businesses transform digital assets. However, some of us in the industry are still perplexed and skeptical about the technology. How does it work? How do you separate the reality from the hype? MBA’s Annual Convention and Expo is a great place to connect with the experts to learn more.
Factom, a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) technology company, released a new suite of products designed to work with existing imaging or document management solutions to create a secure, transparent and unalterable record for final loan documents.
He wears t-shirts to his televised interviews; not very CEO. He played sports at a high level, but rarely brings it up and when he does he talks about it as a mere chapter in his life. Honestly, who plays a Super Bowl and doesn’t describe it as the defining moment in their personal journey? Casey Crawford, that’s who. His family is a big part of his life of course, but he talks about his even larger family — his coworkers — in terms that are just as glowing.
One of the things that has bedeviled mortgage financing post-crisis has been the absence of the private label mortgage backed securities market. During the peak years, private label MBS issuance topped $1 trillion. In 2017, only $70 billion of private label RMBS were issued, although that is a big increase from 2016.
Digital technology has disrupted businesses and industries from publishing to public transportation, so can the mortgage industry be far behind? Actually, anyone who’s applied for a mortgage recently will have recognized that things are already changing fast.