A property owner in Greece is selling a 9,000 square-meter plot of land located in the beautiful Greek island of Lemnos. The land is on sale for €180,000 and the owner will also accept cryptocurrencies as payment.
According to the listing posted on Bitcoin Real Estate, the land is located about 1 km outside of the town of Moudros, a former municipality of Lemnos. As described in the listing, the property’s elevation allows for panoramic views of the town and the Aegean Sea.
The large plot of land is only a short walk from the historical village of Moudros which has many restaurants, tavernas, and mini markets. There are also miles of “unspoilt” beaches and coves that are located near the property. Water and electricity sources are available, and it’s permissible to build houses or commission other construction projects on the land, the listing noted.
Penthouse For Sale In Mexico For Bitcoin, Ether
The property owner will accept payments in bitcoin (BTC), litecoin (LTC), zcash (ZEC), and ether (ETH). Notably, there are many other properties currently listed for sale on Bitcoin Real Estate, with most of them accepting bitcoin and ether payments. There’s presently a three bedroom, 2 bath luxurious penthouse on sale in Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico for $775,000 and the seller will also accept BTC and ETH payments, according to the listing.
Despite the year-long bear market of 2018, which has seen digital currency prices drop drastically, there seems to be an increasing number of merchants that now accept cryptocurrency payments. As CryptoGlobe reported earlier this month, there are currently 1,500 restaurants in Denmark that accept bitcoin (BTC).
Giant Danish food portal, Hungry.dk, had been accepting bitcoin since 2014 in exchange for food items from over 1,500 restaurants that have registered on its platform. In 2017, the crypto payments feature had been temporarily removed due to slow transaction processing times. However, Hungry.dk has again started to accept BTC because transactions with the flagship cryptocurrency are faster now and also more cost-effective, according to a representative from Hungry.dk.
Many More Bitcoin ATMs & Crypto Wallets
There are other signs that cryptocurrency adoption has increased this year, even during the bear market which has seen some smaller cap coin projects die out. According to a chart shared by Jameson Lopp, a well-known bitcoin developer and CTO at CasaHODL, the number of Bitcoin ATMs have doubled this year to now over 4,000 worldwide, “continuing a 3 year trend of 100% year over year growth.”
The number of Bitcoin ATMs doubled to 4,000 in 2018, continuing a 3 year trend of 100% year over year growth. pic.twitter.com/mfYDxxkT1l— Jameson Lopp (@lopp) December 29, 2018
As pointed out by the host if CNBC Crypto Trader show, Ran NeuNer, there have been over 2 million new crypto accounts opened on Blockchain.com since September.
The drop in prices hasn’t deterred new users from entering the market. 2m new BTC wallets since September, many of the institutional. Don’t let the prices distract you. pic.twitter.com/6lVRJoEgM6— Ran NeuNer (@cryptomanran) December 10, 2018