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Integration to provide additional level of identity verification for mortgage lenders.
Company recognized for the development of its real estate wire fraud prevention software SafeWire.
Columbus-based company records information on 36 forfeiture properties for the Franklin County, Ohio Auditor’s Office.
Mingo is working with Columbus startup SafeChain on Tuesday to test blockchain on the transfer about three dozen properties via the office’s forfeited properties sale.
We are excited to announce the integration of SafeWire by SafeChain, fraud prevention software for title professionals, with SoftPro 360. It provides banking grade security to title agents allowing them to securely deliver wire instructions, instantly verify bank account ownership, and verify client identity- all within SoftPro 360.
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Columbus, Ohio. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to: Revenue potential, Leadership team, Brand/product traction, Competitive landscape.
One company that would benefit from Dolan’s legislation is SafeChain, a Columbus-based software company applying blockchain technology to the real estate closing process. It launched one product, SafeWire, that uses blockchain technology to verify the identity of parties for when funds are wired in a closing.
Ohio is also home to two companies in the Rise of the Rest fund's inaugural class: Losant, an internet of things platform for enterprises in Cincinnati, and blockchain startup SafeChain in Columbus.
David Hall is a Partner at Rise of the Rest Seed Fund and is responsible for investment sourcing, execution, and oversight for Revolution portfolio companies… Additionally, Columbus, OH-based SafeChain is using blockchain to execute secure title management and real estate transactions in under 30 seconds.
Columbus-based SafeChain is one company in Ohio that already offers blockchain technology for use in the title insurance industry. Its SafeWire technology helps prevent fraud and complete property transactions faster and more securely.
Buckeye State looks to compete with Arizona as one of the most blockchain-friendly places to do business.One company that would benefit from Dolan’s legislation is SafeChain, a Columbus-based software company applying blockchain technology to the real estate closing process.
From the Rise of the Rest tour to the coverage of how the Midwest city is the “frontier of innovation,” Columbus is building a reputation as a surprisingly good place to start a business.
Tackling the inefficiencies of the buying and selling process from the inside-out, SafeWire is built to integrate with a title company’s existing workflow.
The winner of this year’s $100K cash prize was real estate transaction security startup SafeChain Financial—and SafeChain is just one of the many startups experiencing success and growth in this region.
SafeChain, an Ohio-based company with a vision of using Blockchain technology to facilitate 30-second real estate transactions, has secured $3 million in funding, the company announced.
SafeChain will use the funds to expand the sales team, develop additional products, and execute on customer partnerships.
With investors from Ohio, Illinois, Washington DC, New York and California, the raise completes one of the most geographically diverse and experienced syndicates for a seed stage company in the Midwest.
SafeChain, an Ohio-grown company, developed fraud prevention software for title service professionals.
The company will almost double this year, with plans to hire 20 workers, mostly software engineers, co-founder and CEO Tony Franco said.
SafeChain, a Columbus, OH-based real estate tech startup, secured $3m in funding.