BitShares reaches the record number of transactions

BitShares is growing reaching the record number of transactions
08 May 2017   7188
BitShares

Is a software company working on financial solutions built on a blockchain, such as decentralized asset exchanges, banking, project funding

Over the last 24 hours more than 390,000 transactions have been made in the BitShares network, which exceeds the number of Bitcoin transactions.

Blockchain

Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks

Therefore, the growth in the number of transactions is reflected in the rapid growth of the price of the BitShares (BTS) cryptocurrency: 

BitShares cryptocurrency price image: Forklog.com

Only in the last 24 hours BTS has grown by 37.5%, and over the last week - by 246.63%. Now BitShares occupies the 15th place in terms of market capitalization.

$15.3M Worth Building to be Sold For BTC

House with a total area of ​​1059 sq.m. is located in the most fancy part of Manhattan's Upper East Side
11 November 2019   57

Ben Shaoul, an American real estate tycoon, sold a $ 15.3 million apartment building in Manhattan, but instead of the traditional currency, the deal was made in bitcoins. This is reported by the Cointelegraph.

House with a total area of ​​1059 sq.m. is located in the most respectable part of Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Ben Shaoul, who holds the position of president of Magnum Real Estate Group, declined to comment, but a source familiar with the details of the deal said the buyer was Affluent International LCC, a Taiwan-based company.

In addition, Eric Hedwat, a broker at Jet Real Estate, which represented the interests of Magnum Real Estate Group, described the transaction as an “exceptionally smooth process.”

Another object owned by Ben Shaoul was previously offered for sale with a payment option in bitcoins, but was eventually sold for $ 82 million in hard currency.

It is also reported that, in addition to the Magnum Real Estate Group, another company from New York accepts cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. The $ 29 million facility is also located on the Upper East Side.