Murphy paid $285,000 for the house in 2011 and is now selling if for nearly four times the price. Preferably $1mln worth of Bitcoins.
The property is a single-story, three BH at 910 stadium Drive in Ashwaubenon, next to southeast of Lambeau Field. The backyard is a prime spot for tailgating — hosting tailgates for friends and family..
“Approximately 150 feet away from the most famous football stadium in the world, The Packer Party House allows guests to feel as though they are right in the center of the best tailgate partying in all of sports while having all of the comforts this 3 bedroom home has to offer,” the listing reads.
He wants payments in Bitcoin or Ethereum to increase awareness of the digital currency as well as Blockchain.
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Murphy has joined hands with Propy, a real estate marketplace that uses blockchain. He is hoping to make use of blockchain for real estate deals using cryptocurrencies.
Moreover, he is trying to make a point of cryptocurrencies’ potential as currencies for buying things. Even though the selling price is at $1million, he is expecting the house to sell within four months. Comparatively, other nearby properties has sold in the same price range.