A commercial real estate firm is selling what marketers say is the first nightclub priced in bitcoin and located in Miami-Dade’s South Beach.
And James D. Silver, a partner at Kelley Kronenberg in Fort Lauderdale who is not involved in the sale, said it is important to take into account the volatility on both the buyer and the seller side to avoid potentially costly litigation in these types of purchases.
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