Famous DJ is selling his apartment for 373 BTC, and Ledger crypto wallet developer raises $ 380 million
DJ David Guetta sells luxury real estate for 373 BTC
DJ David Guetta has put up his luxury apartment for sale, which he hopes to sell for the equivalent of 373 BTC or $14 million. He bought the in 2018 from the billionaire Richard LeFrac for $9.5 million.
The property in Miami Beach is 223 square meters. The apartment is located on the 37th floor of the apartment complex Setai Residences
The musician intends to earn about $ 4.5 million from the sale of elite real estate. He also agrees to accept ETH as payment. Thus, the price of an apartment can be 5.64 thousand ethereum.
The developer of hardware crypto wallets Ledger raises $380 million
Ledger, the developer of hardware crypto wallets, has attracted investments in the amount of $380 million. Representatives of the company want to use the received funding to improve their own developments and scale the business.
“We completed a $380 million Series C round — led by 10T, alongside other investors from our Series B round such as Cathay Innovation, Draper Associates, Draper Dragon, Draper Esprit, DCG, Wicklow Capital and newcomers including Tekne Capital, Uphold Ventures, Felix Capital, Inherent, Financière Agache (Groupe Arnault), and iAngels Technologies,” says the company’s blog.
The received investment is needed for Ledger to develop and integrate new services. Also, the project team intends to focus on expanding production and business expansion.
Indian authorities have re-evaluated their attitude towards digital assets
The Indian authorities have revised their, until recently, sharply negative attitude towards digital currencies. According to local media reports, it is likely that the local government will classify BTC as an asset in the near future.
The regulation of the crypto market will be handled by the Securities and Exchange Commission of India. The corresponding draft law is planned to be submitted to the local parliament by the end of September this year.
We would like to remind the readers, that in 2018 the Reserve Bank of India imposed a ban on controlled institutions in terms of providing individuals and companies with services related to cryptocurrencies. However, two years later, the Supreme Court of India overturned the RBI’s claim.