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Blockchain: Your Questions Answered Webinar Recording

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Webinar Details

  • Air Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
  • Running Tim: 60 minutes
  • Produced by: October Research, LLC

Recording Format: Receive a link via email to download a digital recording of the presentation along with a PDF of the slides and other materials.

Part Number: ORW022118

There are many questions on how Blockchain can be used in the title industry and its role in the mortgage transaction. This 60 minute webinar will help title agents and Realtors understand the reality of Blockchain. The speakers, Factom EVP Jason Nadeau and National Association of Realtors CTO Mark Lesswing, are not only experts on Blockchain, but its use in the mortgage transaction. Together they answer the industry’s questions about Blockchain and share with you the four key value propositions of the technology.

Get answers to:

  • Where is Blockchain being used for land title management?
  • Will Blockchain replace the title agent?
  • How is Blockchain being used in the United States?
  • Where can we expect Blockchain to be used in the future?
  • Is it easy to use Blockchain?
  • Are properties being purchased with Bitcoin?
  • And much more!

Order your digital recording today to hear the facts about Blockchain and its use in the title and real estate industries. Don’t rely on rumors!

“Very helpful and clarifying as to the legitimate applications to consider – especially given all the current hype.”
– Webinar attendee

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Featured Instructors:


Jason Nadeau Jason Nadeau
Executive Vice President
Factom, Inc.

Jason Nadeau is the Executive Vice President at Factom, Inc., where he leads the strategy for the company including market positioning, revenue growth, strategic relationships and market strategies. Nadeau comes to Factom from Corsair Associates where as Senior Director he provided strategic consulting to mortgage technology companies on technology innovation. Before Corsair Associates, he served as Group President at Stewart Title and CEO of Stewart Lender Services where he led Stewart’s Lender Services Operations and various technology and data ventures. Nadeau was also the Founder, President, and CTO of RealEC Technologies (now a Black Knight company) where he and the RealEC leadership team developed the largest Electronic Partner Network for the mortgage i ndustry.

Gorkem KuterdemGorkem Kuterdem
Chief Technology Officer
WFG National Title Insurance Company

Gorkem Kuterdem is currently the Chief Technology Officer for WFG and West, a WFG Company. He joined WFG in 2011 as part of its acquisition of an independent Title and Escrow company in Seattle, WA. After obtaining his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, he has worked with a startup that was one of the first participants in electronic delivery of title market share data via the Internet, where he grew to appreciate the power of good data and a systems based approach to solving business problems.

He has since been involved in developing and implementing platforms for title and escrow production, integration, business intelligence and workflow management. He is currently knee deep in completing WFG’s transformation to a single operating platform. His goal is to create and deploy a truly integrated and automated platform connecting WFG to its customers, whether they are title agents, lenders, Realtors or consumers. He is excited that the premise of a fully digital mortgage is now closer to reality than ever before.

He is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Professional Association for SQL Server, and is WFG’s representative to MISMO.

Mark Lesswing Mark Lesswing
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Mark Lesswing is the senior vice president and chief technology officer for the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University, and started programming robots just out of college. In 1988, he began working with object-oriented programming, and in 1992 he launched a consultancy. He has worked for large database vendors such as Sybase (as a startup) and Oracle, and spent a summer in Europe setting up operations for a vendor.

For three years prior to joining NAR, Mark was involved in corporate turnarounds. He is a speaker at major trade conferences, and is listed in the International Who's Who of Information Technology and the National Register of Who's Who in Executive and Professions.

Having grown up in Buffalo, New York, Lesswing also has lived in New York City and San Francisco. Currently he resides in Chicago with his wife, Susannah, and their three children.