A 150-year-old British church was put on sale with £ 1,200,000 or equivalent Bitcoin (BTC).
According to the announcement on Rightmove, a leading UK-based online property sales platform, the 18th-century church is later converted into a seven-bedroom private property and Bitcoin is accepted for payment.
The nominal value of the property is set at £ 1,200,000, but it is emphasized that the price of Bitcoin may change according to market conditions and market price and will be determined at the time of sale. At the time of writing, approximately 183 Bitcoins are required for the sale of the property via BTC.
The building, established in 1871 and later converted to private property, is located in St. Louis, Durham. It is also known as Laurence Church. In fact, with Bitcoin becoming popular, many similar examples have started to be seen. Bitcoin ceased to be an asset used only in the financial sector and began to be used for homes, cars and many services.
Aston Plaza, which was only Bitcoin-focused and bitcoin-funded in 2018, was also on the agenda of the cryptocurrency market for a long time. Although the project achieved great success, it was halted in January. It also comes as Aston Plaza's previously built studio apartments have been put up for sale and about $ 325 million in funding has been obtained through Bitcoin.