Looks like soon the world will really be using cryptocurrencies as real currency. Recently, Moonlambos has teamed up with different car dealers to offer Lamborghini for sale in an exchange with Bitcoins. As the value of Bitcoins is increasing, so does the number of Bitcoin millionaires is rising. Those few lucky people who bought the token earlier for less than $200 USD per piece, have the current value of their tokens at almost $15,000 USD these days. Even though they have a huge number of Bitcoin, they do not have enough ways to have them cashed. The Bitcoin’s founder’s dream was to have it as a regular currency, however, so far this dream has not come true. But if you are loaded with Bitcoins and want to spend your wealth somewhere, Moonlambos is your answer.
The entrepreneurial service, Moonlambos, has collaborated with car dealers in the USA and Europe to sell Lamborghinis in exchange of Bitcoins and Ethereum. Bitcoins owners will have to spend around 9.72 Bitcoins for a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera Coupe. This 2013 model will cost about 240,000 USD if you buy it with the regular traditional currency.
The Moonlambs co-founder Ivan Soto-Wright is intending to expand service into other options for his wealthy customers. “I know a lot of traders who got in early and a lot of them are really concerned about how to liquidate that,” he continued “We want to facilitate a solution to a key problem, which is how do you spend it?”
Moonlambos is a small project of its parent enterprise HODL. The company describes itself on the website saying, “HODL builds, stakes and invests in groundbreaking cryptocurrency and blockchain ventures.” It is essentially a Venture Capital fund that also plans to launch its own Altcoin currency. HODL is also developing a new virtual currency wallet called Apollo. Interestingly, Moonlambos is not the only way to cash your Bitcoins.
If you fancy a residence in the poshest area of Dubai, then you can buy one using your Bitcoins. Power couple, Michelle Mone and her partner Doug Barrowman have launched a property development in the desert city that is offering luxury apartments for sale solely in cryptocurrency. This development is also pitched at the lucky early investors who have gained maximum profit from the huge rise in cryptocurrency. Barrowman told media, “Traders have made a lot of money out of crypto over the last few years, whether in bitcoin or Ethereum or other digital currencies. We see the buyers of these apartments being people that want to redeploy funds from the crypto-world into conventional world, and there’s nowhere safer than bricks-and-mortar to do that.”
If you had spent around $4000 in the initial Bitcoin investment then a two bedroom luxury apartment in the Dubai Science Park will only cost you 18 to 20 bitcoins. The company’s website claims that the sales are doing just fine and they are also offering a 5% discount to all Bitcoins holders who pay for their new apartment 100% upfront. Now, it is up to you to decide if you want a Lamborghini or a luxury apartment.