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Banks not ready for blockchain property valuations – Valocity’s Vicelich

Paul McBeth
Thu, 25 Mar 2021

Carmen Vicelich has founded two successful data companies in the past decade.
Paul McBeth
Thu, 25 Mar 2021
Valocity founder and chief executive Carmen Vicelich wants to be the first property valuer in the world to use blockchain, but no banks are ready for it.Speaking to the New Zealand Fintech Hui in Queenstown last week, she urged the room to stop thinking about products and siloes, and start thinking about the experiences people want when working out what problems they’re trying to fix.Vicelich credits an “outside-in” approach to innovation that’s seen her build two successful companies in the past decade – cloud-bas...

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