Singer-musician Gene Simmon To Accept Crypto for Las Vegas Mansion

Gold Fever $NGL is coming to the Kucoin exchange
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  • In Henderson, Nevada, the property is situated at 7 Talus Court.
  • Gene tweeted that he had purchased $300,000 in Cardano (ADA).

Alternative payment methods like cryptocurrencies are becoming more popular in various sectors, including the arts and real estate. Gene Simmons, bassist and co-lead singer of Kiss, has said that he would take cryptocurrency as payment for his 11,000 square foot estate, including “Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Uniswap, Polkadot, Aave or Try, or a combination of those.”

In Henderson, Nevada, the property is situated at 7 Talus Court. The asking price is $13.5 million. The home has 11,000 square feet on three separate floors with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and eleven parking spaces.

All three floors are accessible through a commercial elevator and a dining area with vanishing walls. Theatre seating for 11 and private space with bar and lounge are located on the lower level.

No Stranger to Crypto Market

The member of the musical band is no stranger to the cryptocurrency market. His interest in cryptocurrency, particularly Bitcoin, has grown since 2017. According to his tweets from the beginning of February 2021, he acquired and owned Bitcoin, Ether (ETH), and LTC (Litecoin). A few minutes later, his tweets added that he purchased Dogecoin, XRP, and other digital currencies.

Three weeks after his initial crypto transaction, he tweeted that he had purchased $300,000 in Cardano (ADA). Celebrities like Eminem, Neymar Jr., and DJ Khaled are becoming more and more active in the crypto environment, particularly in NFTs. More and more well-known people will get interested in the cryptocurrency market as it grows in popularity.

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