Colchester house sale first bitcoin property exchange recorded by Land Registry

It’s a four-bed, £350k property in Colchester, bought by an investor who got into the cryptocurrency-rush early, and is now – perhaps wisely – converting pretend money into real bricks-and-mortar. His tenants will, however, pay their rent in bitcoin. Crucially…
The Land Registry has, for the first time, agreed to let the buyer have the sale price recorded in bitcoin.

The estate agent involved in the deal apparently intends to offer a full cryptocurrency service next year.