The famous French DJ David Guetta has put his luxury apartment in Miami Beach up for sale and will accept payments in Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH).
Located on the 37th floor of the luxurious Setai Residences condominium complex, the 2,528-square-foot, three-bedroom, beachfront property is for sale for $ 14 million., or around 37.69 BTC at current prices.
The property has two master suites, panoramic views of the Miami skyline, 24-hour hotel service, and amenities including three oceanfront pools, a sauna, and a spa, to name a few. The sale is being handled by the Freud Group, a real estate investment company aimed at celebrities.
This is not Guetta’s first step when it comes to cryptocurrencies. In September the DJ signed a partnership with the decentralized virtual reality platform Sensorium Galaxy.. Guetta’s decision to accept cryptocurrencies seems to be her own decision, as other properties listed on the website contain no mention of cryptocurrencies.
@David Guetta knows what is good. His Miami apartment is for sale. It can be bought with Bitcoin or Ethereum. In general, ditching deflationary cryptocurrencies that consistently outperform real estate is not a good idea … but smart people like Guetta love to take them away from people like you. https://t.co/uJdYQYTnwu
– Shaoky T (@ShaokyCinemaBTC) June 11, 2021
The French DJ, that has multiple songs with over 1 billion views on YouTube, He bought the property back in 2018 for $ 9.5 million from New York billionaire Richard LeFrak and reserves the chance to earn $ 4.5 million from the sale.
It appears that Miami is becoming a hotspot for selling luxury properties that accept cryptocurrencies. Last month, Miami’s luxury apartments, Arte Surfside, a complex that houses Ivanka Trump, announced it would accept payments in multiple cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ether.
On May 27, the company sold a four-bedroom penthouse for $ 22.5 million, paid entirely in crypto. It is reportedly the largest cryptocurrency real estate sale to date, but the company did not disclose the buyer’s name or the cryptocurrency that was used to purchase the property.
Miami, who just hosted the Bitcoin 2021 conference, has grown into a crypto-friendly city in 2021, thanks in part to its mayor and bitcoin hodler Francis Suárez.
Suarez stated in January that he was working “around the clock” to turn Miami into a hub for “crypto-innovation”.
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