Rolls-Royce for sale Owner is asking Bitcoin

Nishanth Shetty

December 7, 2017 12:26 pm

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The Bitcoin continues to be commonplace in the day to day transactions life, most of the people are starting to sell profitable items for virtual currency.

The housing market is slowly adopting Bitcoin as a payment method, a number of online platforms are accepting virtual currencies and also you can now buy games on Steam.

It also includes the collector’s items, including the luxury vehicles.

A Manchester car owner has listed his Gold Rolls-Royce Ghost for sale on Autotrader, but he is asking for bitcoin rather than pounds.

A brand new Rolls-Royce Ghost is worth over £230 000-but you can snap it up for the equivalent of £117,000 in Bitcoin.

Daily mail describes that the owner is happy to be getting paid in Bitcoin, which is constantly growing day by day and as of today bitcoin has crossed $14,000.

Daily Mail Described:

“Why not trade in Bitcoin? I treat it in exactly the same way as normal currency these days. It’s safe, convenient and incredibly valuable right now so, to me, it makes sense to trade my car this way. It’s the future.”

The 2010 Ghost Model also comes with the personalized number plate – for an added fee. Complete with a 6.6-liter engine, the Gold car is as luxurious as its price tag.

 

Image Source:

https://www.autotrader.co.uk/

The most mind-boggling thing about this sale is that if you had bought £12,000 worth of Bitcoin at the beginning of 2017 and held onto it – you would be able to buy golden Rolls-Royce.

Expect more of this in the future

Since the world is moving towards the Bitcoin futures in coming weeks, the demand for the virtual currency is growing constantly. It is not yet decided whether people want to hold their bitcoin or sell them, but it seems like there will be a huge number of people who will be getting into the market.

Most of the people around the world want Bitcoin, we would love to see Bitcoin in ‘everyday’ transactions in the upcoming days.

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