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Economy => Goods => Topic started by: drewoflorton on February 02, 2013, 04:52:11 PM



Title: Looking to rent a house for bitcoin
Post by: drewoflorton on February 02, 2013, 04:52:11 PM
I am hoping to find someone, preferably in Virginia, who will rent me a home and let me pay in bitcoins. I would also be okay with New Hampshire. Hell, if I could find somebody willing to work out an arrangement like this, I'd probably move just about anywhere. If you have a property for rent and would consider accepting bitcoins let me know!  :)


Title: Re: Looking to rent a house for bitcoin
Post by: Akka on February 02, 2013, 04:54:54 PM
I'd probably move just about anywhere. If you have a property for rent and would consider accepting bitcoins let me know!

Anywhere? Well, not for rent, but for sale: https://www.bitmit.net/de/item/4552-3-zi-wohnung-3-room-apartment-61m-in-kornwestheim-d (It's not me selling this)


Title: Re: Looking to rent a house for bitcoin
Post by: ProfMac on February 02, 2013, 05:21:34 PM
I am hoping to find someone, preferably in Virginia, who will rent me a home and let me pay in bitcoins. I would also be okay with New Hampshire. Hell, if I could find somebody willing to work out an arrangement like this, I'd probably move just about anywhere. If you have a property for rent and would consider accepting bitcoins let me know!  :)

    Austin, TX
  • BTC equivalent of $1,400 / month.  Adjustable to constant USD rental. 
  • Long term lease available, 4 or 5 year preferred.
  • 3 br / 1 bath
  • Bus lines
  • Very nice yard
  • Access to large university, active music scene, home of SXSW and lots of geeks
  • Limited time offer.  Important other considerations apply.
  • Closed in carport for SOHO / electronics lab / mining operation.
  • No windows. 
  • Good security. 
  • Adequate air conditioning and power. 
  • Cheap electricity.  Estimated cost for Batch 1 Avalon ASIC BOX: $24 / month.
  • http://www.austinenergy.com/About%20Us/Rates/index.htm
  • Fiber optic internet on the pole at the property line.
aubrey.mcintosh@alumni.utexas.net