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Miami Real Estate company brokers real estate sales in Bitcoin: Brosda & Bentley Realtors is the first real estate company in Miami to offer a blockchain-based, real estate online offer/acceptance solution, spanning over 15 countries.
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Category : Cryptocurrency real estate transactions
Did you know you can buy a Miami house or condo with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Dash or any combination of cryptocurrencies – and it’s not as hard as you might think. You just need one thing: For the buyer and seller to agree on exchanging digital currency for the property. And if one party would rather receive or give regular dollars, no problem, there are plenty of licensed digital exchanges that just do that. Miami Penthouse accepts Cryptocurrency offer.
The very first cryptocurrency only real estate transaction took place in Miami in December of 2017, when 17.741 Bitcoin, or the equivalent of $275,000, for a two-bedroom unit at 777 Northeast 62nd Street in Miami’s Upper East Side neighborhood, exchanged owners.
Then Michael Komaransky, a Bitcoin trader sold his Miami mansion for Bitcoin on February 1st, 2018 for for about 455 Bitcoin – the equivalent of $6million
making it the most expensive cryptocurrency Bitcoin-to-Bitcoin real estate deal to date in the country.
And it took Komaransky only 6 months to find a crypto-buyer for his Miami Beach luxury home.
A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure its transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies are a type of digital currencies, alternative currencies and virtual currencies. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized electronic money and central banking systems. The decentralized control of each cryptocurrency works through a blockchain, which is a public transaction database, functioning as a distributed ledger.
Bitcoin, created in 2009, was the first decentralized cryptocurrency. Since then, numerous other cryptocurrencies have been created.
Brosda & Bentley Realtors is the first Miami real estate brokerage utilizing ShelterZoom’s Offer NOW, a blockchain-based, real estate online offer/acceptance solution, spanning over 15 countries. On Brosda & Bentley‘s website, buyers and sellers of real estate find the industry’s first cryptocurrency payment option for mass adoption.
Offer NOW, is a pioneer solution that significantly refines and streamlines the process of making and accepting real estate offers online maybe revolutionizing how real estate is sold and acquired in the future. The Offer NOW widget, which enables buyers and buyer agents to instantly submit offers through ShelterZoom-affiliated websites, is already extremely popular. The solution includes a powerful dashboard, the Offer NOW widget and a mobile app.
Since the end of last year, many buyers and sellers are contacting Brosda & Bentley Realtors wishing to either acquire or sell Miami homes in cryptocurrency transactions.
Katerina Brosda, the principal broker is a cryptocurrency investor and therefore cryptocurrency savvy, able to bring buyers and sellers of the same mindset together to transact in digital currencies.
Now Brosda & Bentley is offering this custom designed 2-story Miami penthouse with spectacular 180° unobstructed views from Ft. Lauderdale to South Beach & Downtown Miami. This breathtaking home has 20′ ceilings in the living room, wraparound balconies (72′ long) on the 24 and 25 floors and a media room. Marble top Chef’s kitchen, amazing sunken bathtub with panoramic views of Biscayne Bay & the ocean. This gorgeous penthouse home fits perfectly with an active and social lifestyle. ‘Have a party, play the grand piano, enjoy the real fireplace & the billiard room’, Brosda said. ‘One other amazing feature of this home is the unlimited storage area; it has built-in custom real wood closets installed throughout the home, which is rare to find. Bring your boat! A 50′ boat slip is included in the sale’.
Miami real estate buyers can make a cryptocurrency offer through Offer Now, on the landing page of Brosda & Bentley’s website.