Home » News » John Hards joins OpenBrix previous nextProptechJohn Hards joins OpenBrixThe Negotiator27th May 20200188 Views OpenBrix, a challenger portal, has announced that John Hards has joined its board. John has extensive experience from his prominent industry roles, for which he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award by The Negotiator.John said, “I have worked with the Openbrix team with this unique portal based on next generation technology that will enable tenants to have their own sovereign identity that will carry their data including rental credit history. This is a genuine solution to the portal space, providing many additional benefits at a fixed affordable cost”.Adam Pigott, CEO, said, “Many UK agents are fed up with the way the portals have treated them. No rate card, no level playing field, no trust. Agents’ data – the new gold – is captured and sold. The same happens with the applicant’s data, they enquire about a property and then the agents get a huge bill for placing their hard-fought instructions onto the portals.”Adam said, “I have never met anyone who is so well respected in the property industry. His knowledge is second to none and we are privileged to have him on board.”OpenBrix is built on blockchain and offers a global first of a B2C ledger for tenants to hold their own data with their own sovereign ID, their pre-verified Right to Rent data, to have an immutable record of their rental payment history and have the option of having these rental payments read by OpenBrix’s partner, CreditLadder, to influence their credit histories and scores by Experian and Equifax.challenger portal Adam Pigott portal sapce B2C ledger for tenants openbrix John Hards credit histories May 27, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
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By Dialogo September 21, 2012 Over 19,000 weapons used during the Guatemalan Civil War (1960-1996) and in criminal actions will be destroyed during a peace concert on September 23, according to Guatemala’s Ministry of Government (Interior). At the concert, named ‘‘Voces por la Paz’‘ (Voices for the Peace), ‘‘over 19,000 weapons used in war and in criminal actions will be destroyed. These weapons have caused violent deaths and harm to Guatemalan families,’‘ indicated the Ministry of Interior in a statement. The concert will take place in the country’s main sports arena, Mateo Flores stadium in the capital city, and the Guatemalan president Otto Pérez will be present. ‘‘Go for music, not violence. The innovative transformation of an assault rifle into a friendly guitar,’‘ reads the concert announcement, which has a silhouette of an AK-47 transformed into a musical instrument. The celebration, where the Nicaraguan salsa vocalist Luis Enrique is expected to perform, was initiated by the Deputy Minister of Justice Support as a response to President Pérez’s appeal to open new awareness channels for the Pact for Security, Justice, and Peace. Guatemala is experiencing a wave of violence, mainly caused by drug trafficking and violent gangs, which results in 16 deaths per day, one of the highest homicide rates in Latin America.
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