The first single-family home sale in Texas involving bitcoin was announced in 2017: “The challenge, which actually wasn’t all that challenging, was to figure out who would do an exchange that large,” J Kuper, broker at Kuper Sotheby’s International, told CNBC’s Diana Olick.
The parties involved completed the transaction with BitPay, which turns bitcoin into dollars, because the seller wanted U.S. dollars, Olick reports. BitPay has handled other real estate transactions, including a Lake Tahoe property that sold in 2014 for 2,739 bitcoins, or $1.6 million. Click the above link below to read more on this story from cnbc.com.
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