The elite apartments of the residential complex Dukley Gardens in Montenegro were sold for 420 BTC (approximately $3.2 million). 

Three luxury apartments are located in the residential complex Dukley Gardens, located in the city of Budva – the largest tourist center, which is located on the Adriatic coast.

According to the publication, the real estate was sold for bitcoins thanks to the efforts of the local company Astra Montenegro Investment Association (AMIA). The latter actively promotes cryptocurrencies, urging to accept “digital gold” hotels and restaurants in Budva for payment.

One of the company’s clients is a 25-year-old crypto-enthusiast from France. According to him, the process of buying was very fast. The deal was also attended by Prelević’s Law. Immediately after the signing of the documents and the implementation of the corresponding BTC-transaction, the crypto currency was immediately converted into euro.

“Unlike many doubters, our company was the first company in the region to sell real estate for cryptocurrencies,” the AMIA representatives note.

Also, according to them, AMIA has more regular customers, largely due to the fact that few companies in the world accept crypto payments.

The complex Dukley Gardens consists of 202 apartments ranging from 80 to 212 square meters, with one to three bedrooms. Prices start at 125 BTC for a one-bedroom apartment, reaching 800 BTC for a two-level penthouse.


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