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House for sale in NXT!!!
August 29, 2014, 09:48:23 pm

Am I the 1st to list my house for sale in NXT?  If an early holder wants to buy it, I'm game for any type of arrangement.  For example, it could be converted to an office for NXT developers or other NXT Community usage.  It's close to Austin, TX.

search: NXT-6J82-32GS-U4S9-GEVJR in the Marketplace for listings

Also, 1.74 acres for sale.   I will need either 10K in cash or I will need to liquidate 10K worth of NXT in order to cover closing cost.  Deal will need to progress through regular closing process/title insurance/escrow/etc.

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Re: House for sale in NXT!!!
October 31, 2014, 01:37:55 pm

Am I the 1st to list my house for sale in NXT?  If an early holder wants to buy it, I'm game for any type of arrangement.  For example, it could be converted to an office for NXT developers or other NXT Community usage.  It's close to Austin, TX.

search: NXT-6J82-32GS-U4S9-GEVJR in the Marketplace for listings

Also, 1.74 acres for sale.   I will need either 10K in cash or I will need to liquidate 10K worth of NXT in order to cover closing cost.  Deal will need to progress through regular closing process/title insurance/escrow/etc.

This is interesting, I think that at the moment neither GG or Ae are suitable for such sales but I am working on a legal platform that will guarantee the ownership of the investors over Asset ....now that you posted this, I will also raise it as an use case to my consultants - how to add physical items in addition to company shares.

maybe @cryptoscout can advice on this?
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