After studying Artificial Intelligence in Groningen, Robert-Reinder Nederhoed spent his career developing for the web. In 2012, he founded Biccur.com, a startup company providing Blockchain services in The Netherlands and Belgium. In April 2013 Biccur acquired funding, focusing all efforts on full time development of blockchain services. Biccur’s first product was Bitmymoney.com, an easy to use, secure Bitcoin account. Biccur’s second service is Blandlord.com, a platform where users can trade shares in rented out real estate. The combination of real estate and blockchain technology was crafted in cooperation with an Amsterdam notary service.