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First Moscow Apartment Goes on Sale for Bitcoin

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The first apartment in Moscow has reportedly gone on sale for Bitcoin. 

The lavish three-bedroom 114 square meter apartment with amenities and a view of the iconic Ostankino Tower is going for a cool 85 million rubles ($1.5 million).

The apartment can be purchased with Bitcoin, the Vedomosti business daily cited the Intermark Savills real estate agency as saying Monday.

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