Investors use digital currency to buy land in Romania

Investors use digital currency to buy land in Romania

Published at: 2018-05-16 11:31 | Author: CIJ Romania
A group of investors bought a land parcel in Romania using the digital currency OneCoin. The transaction was valued at nearly €2m (or around 89,588 OneCoins), the largest deal in which OneCoin was used for payment in Romania, according to local news reports. The 7,000 sqm parcel of land is located in Baicoi, Prahova County. The investors are planning to build a residential scheme on the site.

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