Property in Miami is for Sale by 33 Bitcoins – Money is not Accepted
The Bitcoin is becoming more and more relevant to the economics of the modern time. Platinum Condominium in Wynwood has listed unit for roughly $563,000. However, the owner of the property is not accepting cash as a form of payment – he wants to receive only Bitcoins.
Broker Justino Ferret from United Realty Group makes it clear that the apartment’s only method of payment is the amount of 33 Units of Bitcoin. The reason as for why the owner of the unit is only accepting the digital currency it’s still unknown, but the strategy has brought a lot of attention to his property.
While this is not the first property ever to be on the market to accept cryptocurrency, it’s an uncommon way of payment given the volatility of the same.
Bellow see a list of top 5 cities around the world already accepting the digital cash to buy real estate:
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
NYC, New York
Lake Tahoe, California