Is cryptocurrency the moolah of the future? Is it even real?

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that crypto is here to stay.

But can something so seemingly abstract be used to buy something as concrete and tangible as real estate? Technically… yes. If the agreement is made between buyer and seller on this consideration, it is feasible.

However, of course there are hurdles because of the taboo surrounding it. Mainly, obtaining loans and title insurance is nearly impossible with a crypto purchase, unless it gets transferred into cash first.

Right now there are lots of restrictions, but it may not stay that way forever. To find out a bit more on cryptocurrency as an asset, check out the video.

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