Friday, December 15, 2017 / by Leon Zhivelev
Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency has been the talk of the entire financial world these last few months and even more in the last few weeks.
Just recently, we blogged about how if a seller had accepted bitcoin for their property a year ago they would have made an incredible amount of money compared to accepting for cash for their property.
Well there is officially a condo for sale in Miami Beach with a Seller who is ready to accept Bitcoin as the tender for the sale of the condo.
The listing states that it is for sale for $33 dollars but in the properties description they explain that they will only accept 33 BTC.
Would you accept Bitcoin for your property if offered?
See the listing here
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Friday, December 1, 2017 / by Leon Zhivelev
Just one year ago, if a buyer approached you and offered you Bitcoin for your home, the majority of home-sellers would have kindly rejected the offer. We all know the saying, "Cash is King".
One year later, that same seller would have ended up with ten times as much profit for the sale of their home versus a traditional sale, as long as they held on to the digital 'crypto-currency.'
In December 2016, one BTC (Bitcoin) was valued just around $750 dollars. And today? It’s just a cool $10,500 per single BTC.
To put into simple math, if your property was listed for $300,000 and you accepted this prospecting crypto-buyer's form of payment and held onto it, you would now have roughly $4.2 million dollars after the 1,300% climb in value of bitcoin in the last year.
Cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets. Cr ...