A historic mansion in Denver, USA is up for sale, with a $1.9 price tag, and the owner is crypto-friendly.
“The seller has agreed to accept cryptocurrency for a portion of the sale price,“ realtor Laura Cowperthwaite says. “The most likely scenario is that a buyer would come along and put their down payment in cryptocurrency.”
This would then be exchanged to dollars through a bank.
The Doyle-Benton House was completed in 1896 and is named after James Doyle, a gold prospector, and Frank Benton, the founder of the National Western Stock Show and Cheyenne Frontier Days, according to History Colorado.
Also in Denver…
It was recently announced that a blockchain-based voting app for military and overseas voters will be trialled during the 2019 municipal election cycle.
We are piloting a smartphone voting application for #military and overseas #voters during the 2019 Municipal #Election cycle. The Voatz mobile app uses #blockchain encryption to provide a more secure and convenient way to vote for our military and overseas voters. #COPolitics pic.twitter.com/lT6OxKLj26
— Denver Elections (@DenverElections) March 7, 2019
Further info here.