Global EDM superstar David Guetta is reportedly selling his multimillion-dollar Miami condominium—and for 345 Bitcoin, it can be yours.
According to a report published by Mansion Global, Guetta paid $9.5 million for the 2,521-square foot, three-bathroom condo in 2018 and has now listed it with the help of Miami-based broker Freud Group at a price of $14 million. That sum can be paid in cash or cryptocurrencies like Ethereum or Bitcoin, according to Freud Group's property listing.
Guetta's property comes with comes with access to the amenities of the Setai Hotel, including three oceanfront swimming pools, a spa, gardens, and a fitness center.
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Guetta is not the only Miami-Dade luxury property owner adopting cryptocurrency as a form of payment. A recent Cointelegraph report revealed that 16 oceanfront Miami Beach luxury properties are also currently accepting Bitcoin and Ethereum as payment methods, including the lavish Villa Nove penthouse, which is currently listed for a staggering $38 million.