A beach on the Caribbean Islands sold for 600 BTC
One of the beaches on Union Island, which is part of the Grenadines, is sold for 600 Bitcoins equal to $7 million, reports the Telegraph.
Bloody Bay Beach is a 5.2-hectare plot of land with an access to the sea, a sand beach, and no buildings.
Besides, a buyer is provided with the layout design of a house intended for a single family, developed by the British company Seth Stein Architects. According to the press release, the Bitcoin price is offered temporarily: “We give digital currency an opportunity to remain in the history.”
The document also states that a customer “invests funds in the hotspot of the Caribbean Sea”.
Three thousand people live on Union Island. The neighborhood includes private islands with villas of Mick Jagger and Richard Branson, and Pink Sands Club hotel.
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