Ubitquity, LLC is a company based out of Delaware, USA, with partners and advisors located worldwide. We were officially founded on September 15, 2015.


We offer a simple user experience for securely recording and tracking property with our Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) blockchain platform. We help e-recording companies, title companies, municipalities, and custom clients benefit from a clean record of ownership, thereby reducing future title search time, increased confidence and transparency. We've created a fully functioning, easy to use platform for inputting property information, including uploading and record documents onto the blockchain. The early adopters of Ubitquity have the most to gain from improved efficiency and reduced transaction costs.


Read our Use Cases page for some ways we solve existing industry painpoints. Be sure to also read Our Principles / Vision and Values pages for more information on our company.


On September 15, 2016 we officially launched in private alpha within and outside the United States. On February 27, 2017 we officially launched alpha release v1.1 (v1.2 in Sept 2017). We are currently piloting our SaaS platform with a Land Records Bureau in Brazil and other stealth clients. In addition we're working with incumbent players and trade groups to adhere to industry best practices/policies and to form brand new ones (i.e. ISO/TC 307).

Our platform is meant to be a parallel recording and tracking system to the current legacy paper one. When transactions occur, all relevant information about the property are automatically recorded on a stack that is already interoperable with UTXO based blockchains. Our blockchain in use is Bitcoin, however we're 100% compatible with Ethereum, Hyperledger, and MultiChain in an effort to remain fully blockchain-agnostic.


We are pioneers in blockchain real estate, and we're experienced professionals with a clear focus on our clients needs. We are partnered with industry leaders and academia ([email protected] / MIT CRE) and on several pilots (i.e. Brazil local land bureau article).