tldr; A home in Louisville, Kentucky was purchased for $65,000 in bitcoin making local history as the first real estate transaction with the peer-to-peer currency in the area. The purchase took about eight seconds and cost $0.70 in transaction fees. “I think in two to three years, [using Bitcoin in home purchases] will be more commonplace,” said the owner of Millennial Title Company.
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