David Guetta joins the Crypto world, has he put up for sale a luxury apartment with 2,528 square feet, 3-bedroom, worth US14 Million, and is accepting Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) for the deal. The fully furnished Setai Residences home offers an unobstructed view of Miami Beach and the Sealine, among other features.
According to BTC Manager, David Guetta, a French DJ, widely known worldwide, and music producer, has just joined the cryptocurrency movement. He’s now looking for a buyer of the apartment, located on the 37th floor of the five-star Setai Hotel and Residences in Miami Beach for US$14 Million, with Bitcoin and Ethereum.
“Beautifully renovated by designer Piero Lissoni, this 3-bedroom/3-bathroom property has 2521 square feet of spacious living areas, two master suites, motorized shades, and wraparound balconies. Therefore, it is without a doubt one of the very best condominium units you’ll find in Miami, “The Freud Group, a Miami-based lifestyle-oriented real estate group in charge of the sale.
Pierre David Guetta, who has twice been voted as the number one disk jockey in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, is one of the most successful DJs in the world. Guetta has sold over 50 million records globally, with over 10 billion streams.
David Guetta, not new to the crypto world, as he has been a partner of Sensorium Galaxy a blockchain-powered virtual reality platform since 2020, making crypto a payment option for his multi-million dollar property, once more underscores the growing popularity of bitcoin and altcoins in the real estate sector.
Now, with a possible sale to receive in Bitcoin, the DJ shows that he also believes in cryptocurrency technology. It is unclear whether the digital currency will go directly to him or if there will be any middleman, but the case shows an important movement in regards to Bitcoin adoption.
One of David Guetta’s most famous songs, Play Hard, was recorded with bitcoin enthusiast Akon, who plans to build the world’s first crypto city in Senegal.
Last month, the luxurious Art Surfside apartments in Miami, a complex that houses Ivanka Trump, announced that it would accept payments in various cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether.