How Blockchain is Being Embraced in COVID-Era NYC

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The past two years have given way to significant changes in information technology and the way New Yorkers trade information, but few are making as big of an entrance as the way blockchain is being embraced in COVID-era NYC. In fact, it’s glaringly obvious that we’re catching a glimpse of a technology that will only continue to expand, yielding near-limitless opportunities for positive change and a drastic overhaul in the way we store and use information. From Wall Street to Hell’s Kitchen, blockchain may be changing the way we work, trade, and interact in the city long term. Buzz on…...

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Bennat Berger Bennat Berger is an NYC-based tech writer, investor, and entrepreneur. Berger currently serves as the founder of Novel Property Ventures, a company that specializes in finding, acquiring, and managing high-potential multifamily residential units in New York City. Bennat Berger is also the founder of Novel Private Equity, a private equity firm that gives up-and-coming tech startups the support they need to thrive in an increasingly competitive business market. Berger's experience in both fields has given him both a unique perspective on technology’s rise and an imperative to share his ideas through journalism. Bennat Berger's thoughts on the intersection of business, technology, and society can be found in Fortune, The Next Web, and VentureBeat, among other publications.