My sellers are now accepting Bitcoin for this...Spectacular 4/2 pool house in Sky Lake! This home sits on a large corner lot and features an open floor plan with high impact windows throughout the
Accepting Bitcoin And Other Crypto Currencies In North Miami Beach
My sellers are now accepting Bitcoin for this...
Spectacular 4/2 pool house in Sky Lake! This home sits on a large corner lot and features an open floor plan with high impact windows throughout the property. Spacious and bright! Completely remodeled throughout with a brand new kitchen and appliances, new flooring and new bathrooms.
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For Bitcoin investors, the residential real estate market offers some stability from the whiplash highs and lows. A property’s price gets locked in based on its value in dollars. Someone paying for the property in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency would pay the amount at a precise date and time.
Bitcoin operates through a series of blocks of code known as blockchain that creates a record of every transaction and every access point. Keyholders, who each have a unique access code, can access a blockchain from virtually anywhere and can share important data with all parties in a transaction. But the system is also vulnerable to hacking, as seen most recently when the Japanese exchange Coincheck reported losing $530 million in cryptocurrency.
In the residential real estate world, though many brokers are excited about its potential, cryptocurrency has yet to enter the mainstream. In South Florida, cash remains king.