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Another Cryptocurrency Milestone In Bitcoin Only Palazzo Sale

Bitcoin Only Palazzo Sale; a 17th century palazzo to go on sale for 550 BTC

Bitcoin is now knocking on the real estate’s door. This is as a result of a Maltese Mansion that is up on sale. Interestingly though, this is a Bitcoin only Palazzo sale. According to CryptoDaily, the Mansion grosses for USD$3.52 million. The amount is equivalent to about 550 bitcoins. Prominent technology personalities were on the forefront in breaking the news. Writing on his Twitter account, John McAfee said: “Maltese Mansion goes on sale for BTC in advance of Malta conference.”

Bitcoin only palazzo sale in the ‘Blockchain Island’

Malta has become the blockchain poster-child as the island supports the technology fully. Dubbed the ‘Blockchain Island’, the island nation seeks to fan the crypto fire till full adoption.

Listed on, the 17th century mansion becomes the first piece of real estate to go on sale in Bitcoins. According to the CryptoDaily, the palazzo is measures 860 m² with 18 bedrooms. Potential buyers can convert the house into commercial premises which promises high returns.

Ian Fitzpatrick, owner of the property, is sure that the palazzo’s sale is one in the many that will follow. He believes the market is favorable for the cryptocurrencies to flourish. This is one of those positive nods in the cryptocurrency direction despite criticism. Fitzpatrick insists that cryptocurrency is here to stay. He is certain that crypto is not only a commodity for trades but also a means to exchange vale.

Wider acceptance

Echoing Fitzpatrick’s sentiments, Dennis Avorin, one of CryptoHomes’ initiators said, “Purchasing real estate with crypto is like purchasing real estate with fiat – the same due diligence and rules apply. We simply want to promote the use of crypto as a vehicle for solid investments and Malta is a great start with the incredibly strong real estate market that we have seen in the past few years.”

Further, according to CCN, the Bitcoin only palazzo sale is subject to ‘know your customer’ (KYC) knowledge and diligence. To achieve this, CryptoHomes has partnered with KnowMeNow to facilitate the process. KnowMeNow is a KYC solutions provider. The firm delivers solutions that run on the blockchain network.

Recently, the billionaire American, Tilman Fertitta announced his car dealership will begin accepting Bitcoin. This shows just how important the technology is and the potential for further development it holds.

Published by Steve Kanaval

Steve Kanaval: Portfolio Manager/Writer/ Market Analyst Steve began his career in the Trading Pits in Chicago making markets at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (NYSE:CME) the Chicago Board of Trade and the CBOE in the early 80's. He ran the Morgan Stanley Derivative Prop Trading for the firm specializing in Index Arbitrage. He continued his career as a Trader/Portfolio Manager for multiple Hedge Funds during the Internet Boom of the 90's managing large portfolios. Steve is known as an expert in MicroCap Technology Stocks and the emerging Digital Currency markets as a Portfolio Manager for his Family Office. Steve has managed portfolio's in volatile asset classes for 3 decades as a commodity trader, hedge fund manager and digital currency trader and miner. Steve publishes his views on the asset classes in a public forum and has published many articles simplifying these complex and volatile assets for readers. His work is published on multiple sites including Bloomberg,,, CryptoCurrencyNews as a paid contributor. His work includes research, journalism and archived video on important market volatility related to stocks, digital currency and other volatile misunderstood asset classes. He offers a humorous, unique insight and the related back stories and drivers for readers interested in volatility and emerging market assets. Full disclosure Steve is long 25 digital currencies and sits on the board of multiple public companies involved in digital currencies, and owns shares in these companies from time to time.

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