Propy facilitates California’s first blockchain-based real estate deal



Decentralized title registry firm Propy Inc. says it’s just completed the first comprehensive blockchain-recorded property deal in California.

The Beginner’s Guide to Bitcoin Trading



Every time that the Bitcoin price surges, the subsequent flurry of press attention seems to bring in more and more people interested in getting their piece of the Bitcoin pie.

How much does a home cost in Bitcoin in your city?



The bitcoin craze is well and truly alive in real estate, even though the value of the leading cryptocurrency is known to fluctuate wildly.

Luxury homeowner says he’ll accept part payment in bitcoin for $45M listing



The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Bitcoin, is becoming increasingly accepted in real estate. At the weekend, one luxury homeowner made headlines when he told media he’s willing

2017 was a great year for Bitcoin in real estate



2017 was a great year for Bitcoin in real estate as a commercial developer in Dubai became the first such company in the world to accept the cryptocurrency from those wanting to buy its properties.

ManageGo enables tenants to pay their rent in Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum



Mobile rent payment application provider ManageGo says it will enable payments via popular cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum. Once that happens, tenants will be able to pay their rents using these cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin slowly but surely gains relevance in real estate



Bitcoin is fast-gaining the attention of the real estate industry, with several states already changing their laws to allow it to be used to finance property transactions.

Russian pilot scheme will test blockchain technology for real estate transactions



Russia’s government has said it’s planning to explore how the blockchain technology that underpins Bitcoin could be used to facilitate real estate transactions in the country. Blockchain

Bitcoin real estate deals becoming more common



Bitcoin is gaining acceptance as a valid currency for transacting real estate deals, with the frequency of such transactions becoming far more commonplace.

Miami mansion is up for sale, priced at 1,400 Bitcoins



So-called Bitcoin millionaires who’ve made a fortune from buying up the cryptocurrency in its early days are now looking to cash out by buying up luxury real estate. A report from Realtor.com says that Bitcoin trader Mike Komaranksy is listing his 9,500 square foot Miami mansion for a price of 1,400 BTC, which is equivalent […]

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