A Canadian man has listed his house in Alberta for sale by Bitcoin, a virtual currency for which purchases are difficult to trace.
Taylor More listed his home in Crowsnest Pass, Alberta on the website For Sale By Owner at $405,000 but he told the BBC that he would sell it for the equivalent in Bitcoins. The online currency is a growing trend, letting people buy goods and services without physically reaching into their wallets.
PizzaforCoins.com made headlines in 2010 when a man paid the website 10,000 Bitcoins for pizza.
Or for some of us, Bitcoins are the kind of baffling futuristic concept that makes us feel like technology is whizzing past, leaving us in the dust of history. You use paper money? Get outta town.
People can 'mine' Bitcoins using their computers as part of the network that supports them. No underground elevators or environmental assessments required.
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