Yael works to make property investing accessible, transparent, and streamlined with SolidBlock, where she is the Co-CEO and Co-founder. Prior to that, Yael has spent almost two decades in the financial markets. She started at a Wall Street broker-dealer as an analyst, moving to M&A and private equity, as well as financial engineering, structuring products and indices for pensions funds and family offices. Yael worked on the largest IPO of an Israeli real estate company on AIM and served as an executive on the largest MVNO in Israel that was listed on NASDAQ.

Yael has co-founded several fintech startups, a successful marketing company in the blockchain space, and an import/export company that was acquired. Also a regional co-chair at FIBREE, the Foundation for International Blockchain and Real Estate Expertise, the leading international network for exchanging knowledge between the real estate industry.

Yael is an influencer, who has appeared as a guest speaker in over 50 conferences and events have a podcast (Apple podcast, Spotify: BlockSolid), and a full course on tokenization. Was listed in Top 25 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Speakers and 100 Most Inspirational Women In Blockchain.

 

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Brett:

I’m excited about our next guest and she has an amazing background. She’s out of the Great, great country of Israel. She’s live from Hungary today traveling a bit and she is on a mission to help people make property investing accessible, transparent, and streamlined with Solid Block where she is the Co-CEO and Co-founder. Prior to founding this company, she spent almost two decades in the financial markets at the Wall Street broker-dealer as an Analyst moving to M&A and private equity, as well as financial engineering structuring products and indices for pension funds and family offices. She also worked on the largest IPO of Israel, a real estate company on AIM, and served as an executive the largest MVNO in Israel that was listed on the NASDAQ and so much more, and please welcome to the show with me, Yael Tamar. How are you?

Yael:

Amazing. How are you, Brett? Thanks for having me.

Brett:

Doing great better than I deserve and excited to have you here with our with myself and the guests that are gonna be listening or watching it live right now on YouTube or Facebook, and our listeners get to know you for the first time. Would you give us a little bit more about your background and your current focus?

Yael:

Brett. My background, you’ve summed it up perfectly. I come from a traditional financial background, I jumped into the world of blockchain after doing a startup in the FinTech sector, and it was when everybody in the Silicon Valley was crazy about blockchain, and I jumped into the rabbit hole and never regretted it. Somebody from my background was in high demand when you needed this concept explained to a bank or a financial institution or government. I had a fantastic two years consulting all of these regulated bodies when blockchain was at its high, and I jumped back into real estate with Solid Block in 2018, when the regulator’s started really cracking down on unregulated fundraises for practically speaking securities that the companies were doing under the premise of what’s called initial coin offerings. So I jumped back into the game because I understood the regulation is coming, and I really understand the regulation, compliance from having a long career, in the financial markets. So, and real estate was always kind of the backstory throughout my career working on IPO’s for real estate companies, structuring real estate funds, and so on. So for me, I realized that this industry specifically really needs transformation, he’s the revolution, and what can be better than blockchain to deliver this transformation.

Brett:

I can’t wait to glean some wisdom from you in such a unique background, with Wall Street with cryptocurrency with real estate. Then we’re going to dive into that we’re talking about transforming real estate into fractional investments, basically, how to get real estate more liquid, right using blockchain technology. We’re gonna dive into that. But before we go there, I want to take one other step back, I want to give our listeners a chance and myself to get a little bit more. See, I believe we’ve all been given certain gifts in this life, and these gifts have been given to us to be a blessing and help to others. Some people call them superpowers. Some people call them strengths. I want you to go back to the earlier years, maybe high school years name his university years maybe it was the time where someone spoke into your life about hey Yael I think you have these certain gifts or these strengths. I’m curious about one of the maybe those strengths or gifts that you believe you were given, and how does that help how you help and bless people today.

Yael:

I was born in the former Soviet Union country of Ukraine, and my Jewish parents had injected in me this theory that I have to get out of Ukraine at all costs. That’s something indoctrination that you get from an early age. When I was 15 years old, I entered a contest that all Ukrainian teenagers go through us to go through, and then a handful of them gets to go to the United States to get kind of indoctrinated with capitalism, and they come back and injected back into the Post-Soviet economy, and I happen to win. Be, one of the winners of the contest, and I went to America to learn all the ways of the American economy, and I really fell in love with economics. I don’t know whether when I was younger I used to do math and physics, that was kind of my thing. But when I got to America, I just fell in love with the freedoms because being from the former Soviet Union, I remember like, my, one of my earliest memories, is actually standing in line for butter, and having shortages of everything, and buying ice cream with this money that would every day have more zeros added to it. We hadn’t crazy inflation back in the day. We were buying stuff with millions and billions of local currency. When I got to the US, and actually there was an economics class in high school, and I fell in love with it. I fell in love with my economics professor, I think his name was Dr. Stone, and so that was kind of like what I wanted to do. I ended up going to college in America, getting a bunch of scholarships, and I wanted to study economics, specifically, why people make decisions that they make behavioral economics, why people buy things, why people save how people invest, all of that was super interesting to me.

Brett:

Someone shatters some of that out. You fell in love with economics, but more so you also fell in love with the drive to freedom and your parents instill that into you to whatever you do, you’re going to be somewhere else than Ukraine and the circumstances that we’re in from very, very scarce humble beginnings, two ways to help even I would even maybe put this together, correct me if I’m wrong, but how to create or give economics to people to get more freedom? Is that a fair summary?

Yael:

I was always interested in how to create this effect. What you need to give to an individual is kind of a step on which that they can stand so they can create their own economic freedom so they can invest in a portfolio of assets and create a good future for themselves.

Brett:

Now, let’s like a laser. Let’s talk about transforming real estate into fractional investments, with your wall street background. REATs are typically liquid investment-grade securities. type of traditional stocks, bonds, mutual funds, versus commercial real estate or investment, real estate. Now you’re bringing these two together via blockchain. I don’t know, where would you start, except forgive us the moment where the vision connects, give us that story of, Okay, I’ve got this background, I’ve got this love for real estate, and how can we connect it to and transform this fractional ownership of an investment, real estate.

Yael:

I have an interesting story from my time in Wall Street, my kind of my company, and my boss was visionary in a way. I had a dream to create a new asset class, right to basically, at that time, I believe it was a marketplace for expired options, and we went to the SEC asking them for basically applying to do and to make the vision a reality. I think at that time, it didn’t go through. But for me, it was eye-opening that we can actually communicate with the regulator, and create a whole new asset class that didn’t exist before. I started kind of researching even through my college and masters and, and then doctorate like, which I didn’t, didn’t end up finishing, but I started researching this whole evolution of asset classes and financial products, and I realized that every decade had its own kind of asset class that was raining at the time like hedge funds weren’t known until a certain time mutual funds, many have index funds, you have funds of funds, you have all of that, and I actually use that later in my career when I was putting funds together.

Again, when we were putting funds together these extremely liquid products that we would throw in, who are selling them to banks to resell to rich people, right to accredited investors, and then my idea and kind of my vision was always to make things accessible to everybody to make good access investments accessible to everybody. That was kind of like always in the back of my mind. So and you know, what we’re doing essentially what we want to do with our technology is to create an asset class that’s accessible for everyone for different reasons. Number one, because you don’t have as an individual investor, you frequently don’t have access to investing in an amazing hotel, or a commercial project or, or a skyscraper, and number two is a regular people don’t have the possibility to have their money stuck in some investments for many, many years. Those are kind of two things that I really wanted to change with this new asset class that is now possible.

Brett:

The vision and being in Wall Street and seeing that you can create new asset classes, and, in fact, it’s what the history is, you can hedge funds weren’t always around, now they’re around, and the ability to work with regulators and understand that process, and then seeing how the wealthy are making their wealth with the products that you’re working with insane. Is there a way to connect that to the everyday person and also give them liquidity, but also get amazing commercial real estate and that’s my background? That’s my love, and that’s where a lot of people are at. But you’re right, it’s so daunting unless you’re an accredited investor. We’ll talk about how your system works in a second here, and or you have a ton of money, and no, it’s of these all these people to get into these big amazing commercial real estate yet, in fact, the top 3% of all wealth in the US and even maybe pincher, the world owns commercial real estate. How are you breaking that old pattern of having to be or have as much to get there? Is that a fair summary so far?

Yael:

Brett, that’s a fantastic assessment. I would only add that you mentioned the top 3% on commercial real estate? Well, I’m almost anybody, any new investor starts with a more basic asset class, a more secure asset class. a lot of people are looking, let’s say, to join, and to start investing in cryptocurrencies. I’m not an investment advisor, but what I usually say is that that’s fantastic, and it’s great to learn how that works. But let’s make sure that first, we hit cut, we cover the basics with investment. So there, there is a best of both worlds out there is where you have access to what’s called the digital asset, and by the way, everybody, I think, I feel like, in the last few days, or a month, people started learning what digital assets are with this new infrastructure bill that’s coming to a vote. This new asset class, the school digital assets, is coming on TV screens of an average American out there. With this asset class, you can actually have those assets backed by a seek more secure asset class that shows real estate.

Brett:

By the way, you can learn more about Yael Tamar at solidblock.co. That’s solidblock.co. Now let’s dive into exactly how you’re doing that. What’s the practical application? Might you, kind of give us a case study of the old way. Then versus the new way with your service? What solid blocked SEO is doing.

Yael:

A little bit of history. Before 2012 what happened 2012? It was the JOBS Act. The JOBS Act was the American initiative, that legislative initiative that enabled individual investors to invest in private securities, and then trade these securities. How does that change our investment world before then you when you invest in any sort of project so you could invest in a read, you could invest in real estate investment trusts, or you could invest in, let’s say, somehow he came upon the project, you’re an accredited investor, you put money in, you didn’t have a way to trade that investment. Now from 2012 because of the JOBS Act, any company raising funding in the private offering can actually facilitate trading for investors. If you put money in a project, you can actually trade that investment, trade that investment with other investors. So that’s what that what that’s what the job is that did. Now I’m coining together with that development in the EU and US history.

We also had Bitcoin coming into the market Bitcoin. That’s the first cryptocurrency based on blockchain technology. Blockchain technology enables the transfer of assets, including financial assets and currencies, through a decentralized system of computers that does not involve does not about banks or any other payment apps like PayPal or Venmo. Bitcoin I was the first application of blockchain, and now, after a few years of bitcoins existence, a lot of the software developers and businesses realize that they can use this technology, this hyper-secure way to transfer funds without a centralized entity, we can use it for other things, and namely, for creating digital securities. Instead of Bitcoin, or basically as some sort of a crypto asset, we can actually create an asset that’s backed by real assets but backed by hotels backed by maybe a portfolio of real estate, and now this new crypto asset, we can people can treat it freely and not and I think the best way for us to actually look at it is by looking at a use case.

Our first asset was done what’s called Aspen Coin, which was a digitized project called Aspen, St. Regis Aspen ski resort. It’s a famous resort in Aspen, Colorado, and they issued with our, with our technology, they issued the Aspen Coin and the value of $18 million, and it’s backed by the hotel it’s backed by the real estate in the hotel, and as opposed to Bitcoin Etherium and other cryptocurrencies which are highly volatile, and are basically based on their value is based on different market forces and opinion of people that hold it. In this case, it’s actually backed by an asset by a real-world asset, the investors just like in investing in any security, get dividends from the hotel management, and if they want to, they can go and exit from their investments, they can go on an exchange called t zero, and actually, sell their investment back. Not sell it that but sell it to somebody else, sell it to another investor.

Brett:

I’m thinking a little bit like a REAT (Real Estate Asset Token). But maybe you can dispel a little bit of the differences between a REAT versus the Aspen Coin.

Yael:

REAT is more or less a financial, our attack structure. In fact, we created a REAT for the Aspen Coin so that it facilitates a better benefit for investors. But when you invest in a traditional multi-asset REAT, you have an asset manager that decides on how to allocate, right every manager that decides how to allocate this investment, you are entitled to certain interest or, or dividends from your investment, and if it’s a Private REAT, then you if anytime you want out of the read, you have to approach the manager, and then there is some sort of a procedure most reads have some sort of a process for you to get out of reach, it’s not straightforward, you don’t know exactly what the value of your investment is at that time, and what you’re going to get, right so and if it’s a Public REAT, then it’s a public company, and the costs are much, much higher, and of course, you’re not expecting to get such a high payout as when investing in a private company. That’s basically the difference is with tokenized real estate, you can actually invest in a single project that you like that you believe in that you identify with, which is very close for to you know, for very very important for millennial investors, for example, and you can also exit by selling this to others, there is a secondary market for this right there there is trading on the secondary market.

Brett:

Case, I’m gonna try to encapsulate that for our listeners and for myself here as well. REAT is going to be let’s say bigger more properties, more deals, versus let’s say, a single project that you’d like, that you can actually get your mind around in the grass. It’s going to be also more expensive, with more cost, more overhead, less flexibility, less, you’re giving up more control here, it’s gonna be less expensive, easier to exit and sell on the open market. Is that a fair general summary so far?

Yael:

Very much so, and just one more thing to add with the single projects for you to invest in. There are many other considerations than just income. Sometimes it’s ESG, Environmental Social Governance, aspects like sustainability, or anything related to causes. We have a product. We have some projects on the platform that have, detox medical facilities, for example. We have you know, an app, we’re looking at an acid with a PTSD clinic for veterans we’re looking at, we actually are working with affordable housing. Anything that you really, really like and identify with, you can actually participate in that specific one.

 

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On The Next Generation Of Venture Funding: Everyone wants a piece of land. It’s the only sure investment. It can never depreciate like a car or washing machine. The land will only double its value in ten years.” – Sam Shepard

 

Brett:

My next question would be just on the valuation. Think for 19 million or so or 18 million? I’m holding, I’m holding this asset, and I have these fractional shares? Who is evaluating the value if it’s now 20 million, or 20? Or 16? Where were those valuations coming from? How often are they happening?

Yael:

That would be the market, Brett. If this is when this project is trading on the secondary market, the buyers identify, like, what it’s valued to them. Now, how do they do that? Well, just like on the regular stock market, you look at company reports, you look at the market movement. Does the market like hotels right now? When the Aspen coin went on the market, it was in 2020, and at that point even though it was the start of COVID. In 2019, the market was booming, and the annual report looked fantastic. it actually went up the mean value. The asking coin was worth $1 per share or digital security when it was issued, and then what was listed, it was listed at $1.30. There was a 30% jump. Over time, the trading of this security has reduced the price actually, I believe that because of 2020, the year of COVID, the annual report wasn’t that great. Probably very, very little dividends. We see that the prices actually have come down back to about $1 for digital security. If there’s not enough trading of an asset, then the price defaults to the nav right net asset value of this specific project. But otherwise, the market determines the price. Now that actually is a very interesting point. Because I think this is a new industry, the new asset class is going to need to have a lot of data and a lot of data analysis, and so on and so forth in order to create healthy trading. Looking at real estate markets, looking at specific segments, in this case, hospitality, looking at the potential of a specific brand like St. Regis, for example, or the location Aspen, Colorado. There are a lot of forces here that investors will need to look at.

Brett:

Whole new world. Now let’s talk about who is eligible. Let’s say someone likes to explore. I’d like to invest, I’d like to learn more. First of all, who’s eligible to be credit investors? Do they not need to be accredited, investors? What kind of offering is this? How is this whole thing structured for an investor to get in?

Yael:

In the primary stage, we have two stages: Primary and Secondary Market. In the primary stage, it’s mainly the accredited investors. We have the Reg D 506(c) offering, which is open to any accredited investor out there. That’s how we structure most of the offerings. Now, because of our vision to make this accessible to everyone, wherever we can, with the projects where we can, we also put a part of each project on a crowdfunding platform, so that then any investor can come and participate. The issue with that is that because of the regulation and how projects are structured, not every project is eligible. We’re looking for opportunities and for projects that can be put there on the primary as well. Now once the project enters the secondary stage, where there is usually a one-year lockup from the time that we close the race, and the time when the security starts trading, there is one year in most scenarios and most exchanges, retail investors can access those investments is all

Brett:

You can find and learn more at SolidBlock.co at solid block.co what question should I be asking that I haven’t asked so far, because some of this is just so new to me. I don’t want to what would be a good question. Maybe you could ask and answer yourself right now.

Yael:

You asked everything from the side of the ambassador. But not necessarily from the side of the sponsor, real estate sponsor? What are the advantages for the sponsors? Then maybe some tax questions as well, with the sponsor first, or the tax? If you’re a real estate sponsor, and you’re, let’s say, doing single projects at this time, and you don’t have, obviously, you don’t have a huge incentive to do a public offering, because it’s very expensive, and also requires a lot of special reporting. Private placements. For me, it’s a no-brainer to that if you’re doing a private placement, to do a digital private placement, to tokenize the securities on the back end, because you provide investors with this additional benefit that now they can trade, and also, they can recycle the funding when they put the funding into one project tokenize it allow other investors come in other LPs come in benefit from this investment, and then use this funding to build right now is the builders market the government is starting to build again, and it seems like this will trickle down and, to the rest to the rest of the country and the developers as well. I think that what we’re going to do in this market will accelerate development in the years to come.

Brett:

Be sure to capture that. If you are a private sponsor and you are doing, let’s say the old way, right versus this potential new way with blockchain, and incorrectly potentially lower costs, more flexibility, more liquidity than the old ways, that is the first summer we connect out, connect those dots for me.

Yael:

Most of the sponsors already issue securities under the same rule Reg D 506(c), by the way, if we can also help them put their past offering, which wasn’t digital, we can help them put that on an exchange, and any new offering that they’re doing, they need to jump on board and start doing digital offerings, because in my opinion, and five years, they won’t be a non-digital offering left.

Brett:

Well, it’s really the Netflix right versus the old blockbuster. I do things we buy, then we’re gonna dive into tax right now. That’s exactly what we say when it comes to the Deferred Sales Trust versus the old 1031 Exchange. Whereas the 1031 exchange only works for an investment property, it’s very challenging to carve out or figure out tenants and common deals for a lot of investors, and most of them just say, pay the tax and show up to put it into the Reg D deal. The other way is that cryptocurrency doesn’t work for businesses. It doesn’t work for primary homes, whereas the deferred sales trust does, and so let’s dive right into that with your wall street background and tax. You’ve come to folks with high net worth who have tax challenges. What’s been the biggest frustration when it comes to Capital Gains Tax Deferral, as it pertains to selling public stock, private stock investment, real estate, the 1031 Exchange does anything come to mind there.

Yael:

I think the biggest frustration right now for crypto investors is paying huge capital gains, and you know, using their crypto, instead of having a sit somewhere, actually cashing out and using it to buy real estate because most of them actually want to buy real estate with it, they want to put it into a more stable asset class. There are several ways for them to actually defer their capital gains as far as I understand from the various tax experts, one of them is to buy investing in securities that are rooted in opportunity zones. So we actually have several projects that are located in opportunity zones. If we receive investment from those investors, then they can actually defer capital gains, and then the second situation in which crypto investors can benefit from investing in a different asset class is basically if they from the beginning, they invested out of their IRAs. Again, they can defer their capital gains when using that cryptocurrency to buy real estate with us.

We also make it very easy. Investors can come and put and just basically put cryptocurrency into our crypto escrow and not have to incur you know, high exchange rates when they put that money and then use the Fiat to buy and also a lot of the assets good assets don’t stay very long for a very long time in the market and I know it’s a big headache for people to do some things especially if they bought cryptocurrency back in the day. Um, so so that’s that those are kind of the common challenges for crypto investors and for real estate investors. What we’re doing is still very, very similar to traditional security, as you mentioned, 1031 exchange, all of that actually is super relevant to what we’re doing. Because what we want to establish in the future is that if you own a piece of a project with us, and you want to cash out because you believe that by this time, it has already peaked at its highest ROI for you, and then switch to a different asset. That’s when the 1031 exchanges come into play, and hopefully, they’ll stick around. It would be really, really good for our industry where you can easily exchange one asset for the other.

Brett:

Opportunity’s own self-directed IRAs, and then Biden doesn’t take away 1031. The administration, they’ve eliminated about $500,000 gain right now. As well as potentially doubling the capital gains tax rate from 20 to 40%. In federal, the other ones are really big. I’m kind of curious about your thoughts on the elimination of the stepped-up basis. Just, staggering. That might be so any, just thoughts on that? I mean, we’re praying that it doesn’t happen, but it’s at least out there. They’re talking about it. Any thoughts on that?

Yael:

That one is a big one. I don’t think that we will have a solution for that, on the platform, but who knows, actually, I’ve seen a few things that that blockchain developers are doing, where you’re able to do kind of inheritance straight on the blockchain in a smart contract type of way. I wonder if there is a solution there. Blockchain offers a lot of solutions in the real world. I hope that there will be something that we can do where the benefactor can go and assign a certain asset as a gift, maybe before death. Again, this is not necessarily my area of expertise. But I think about these things frequently. I have to say, and I’ve thought about the inheritance issue before.

Brett:

No, it’s a great point, and we believe we do have a nice solution. That’s called the Deferred Sales Trust. Plus, you can learn more about that at capitalgainstaxsolutions.com, and one of the challenges with the stepped-up basis is it’s not just gifting could be, that’s an interesting way to think about it. But versus it being triggered upon death. So and again, this is a proposal, it may not pass, even if it passes, a new administration can come in, and they can reverse it. It’s not set in stone, but the biggest challenge is the government is you know, there’s 2120 27 trillion now 2627 of debt and they’re figuring out ways to pay for all this all of this debt, and its part of its raising the tax because in doing these two these things that are going to create revenue that we think will do the reverse, though, ultimately, but that’s a different debate. You can learn more about that a capitalgainstaxsolutions.com, all that being said, Are you ready for the lightning round? Ready for the lightning round?

Yael:

The lightning round? Absolutely.

Brett:

Knowing what you know, now, if you could go back to your 25-year-old self, or 20-year-old self, what’s the one Golden Nugget you’d make sure to tell yourself to do?

Yael:

Just do whatever you’re doing? You’re gonna do great.

 

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Second question, what’s the number one book you’ve recommended or give it the most in the past year?

Yael:

There are many, many books, but let’s just say, I have to look up the name of the author. Pitch Anything Oren Klaff, I love Oren Klaff. Anything but Oren Klaff. I would recommend

 

Brett:

Third question. Number one quote or theme that you strive to live by.

Yael:

Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them. I have a major major FOMO.

Brett:

Next question, what are you most curious about right now?

Yael:

I am curious about, the ways to use technologies to help people. Look into shortcuts. That’s what I’m curious about.

Brett:

What’s the biggest obstacle facing blockchain technologists in startups and companies like yours?

Yael:

Everybody would say compliance, but I think compliance is our friend. I think the biggest obstacle is lack of experience. I think a lot of blockchain technologists are trying to build things that are not built for today’s world. They’re looking to build stuff for 5, 10 years later, and I want to see people concentrating on today’s problems.

Brett:

Have that last question, after all, your success helping so many people, your background, your expertise, everything you’re doing at its solid block.co How do you stay centered in your values? How do you stay encouraged to charge forward to reach new heights.?

Yael:

I have a fantastic team, and everything we do, we do it together. I think talent is the most important thing to cultivate in a company and I wouldn’t be able to do all these things that we’re doing if I didn’t have an amazing team, and they definitely keep me grounded, and they keep all of us grounded and focused on the goal because we are common people we’re solving our own problem. What helps us you know, kind of get up in the morning and do what we do what drives us, I think that we all want to live a better life, we want to also pass the hurdle of having to struggle financially and get to, to a place where we can help more people we can create more technologies that make good in the world.

Brett:

Yael Tamar, I so appreciate the time and energy you’ve given us today and sharing so much wisdom, I want to encourage you to keep using the gifts of continuing to fall in love with economics and the drive to freedom and how economics can change the world for the good. When we have the technology when we have real estate we have it all coming together in a liquid freeway again, we’ve been talking with y’all tomorrow, and you can find out more about her at solidblock.co. Any last words for our listeners before we let you go?

Yael:

Just thank you for listening. Keep it amazes me that people want to listen to what I have to say every single day but and it’s exciting. Thank you so much.

Brett:

You’re so welcome, and I also want to thank our listeners for listening to the episode of the Capital Gains Tax which is a Podcast also streaming on expertcresecrets.com, but we believe most high net worth individuals and those who helped in the struggle with clarifying their Capital Gains Tax Deferral Options, not having a clear plan is the enemy and using a proven tactical strategy such as the deferred sales trust in the opportunity zones, right self-directed IRAs is a great way to defer your capital gains tax and grow more of your wealth. If you want to learn more about the Deferred Sales Trust you can go to capitalgainstaxsolutions.com and buy works for cryptocurrency. We just closed an Etherium case for $5 million, just two weeks ago help the client defer about a million and a half of capital gains tax, and guess what they’re going to want to do with it. They want to invest it into an investment real estate also some securities diversify their wealth, and they bought this Etherium for 100,000 or 13 million, and this is going to transform their life and the future of their family by being able to sell high and diversify and get cash flow. You can learn more about that at capitalgainstaxsolutions.com, please rate review, subscribe. Please share this with somebody who owns a highly appreciated asset or someone who’s helping others navigate the waters of selling and managing funds. We so appreciate everyone out there, and we wish everyone well. Thanks.

 

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About Yael Tamar

On The Next Generation Of Venture Funding with Yael TamarYael works to make property investing accessible, transparent, and streamlined with SolidBlock, where she is the Co-CEO and Co-founder. Prior to that, Yael has spent almost two decades in the financial markets. She started at a Wall Street broker-dealer as an analyst, moving to M&A and private equity, as well as financial engineering, structuring products and indices for pensions funds and family offices. Yael worked on the largest IPO of an Israeli real estate company on AIM and served as an executive on the largest MVNO in Israel that was listed on NASDAQ.

Yael has co-founded several fintech startups, a successful marketing company in the blockchain space, and an import/export company that was acquired. Also a regional co-chair at FIBREE, the Foundation for International Blockchain and Real Estate Expertise, the leading international network for exchanging knowledge between the real estate industry.

Yael is an influencer, who has appeared as a guest speaker in over 50 conferences and events have a podcast (Apple podcast, Spotify: BlockSolid), and a full course on tokenization. Was listed in Top 25 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Speakers and 100 Most Inspirational Women In Blockchain.

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