Million Dollar NFT Themed CrytpoHouse Gets No Offers

There has been a decline in interest in a North Hollywood home with a cryptocurrency theme over the past few months. The owner of the house with a cryptocurrency theme, “CryptoHouse”, has reduced the price by more than 20% in recent months as he tries to sell the property.

The “CryptoHouse,” as it’s called on the flashing neon sign in the kitchen, went on sale in October last year for $1.2 million. However, since January 5, it is now on offer for $949,000.

CryptoHouse offers Bitcoin and Ethereum wallpapers

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has a spacious, open floor plan that listing agents boast is perfect for savvy investors in the property description.

His tasteful wallpaper choices include several non-fungible tokens (NFT) of the vintage Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC). However, CryptoPunk the collections are highlighted in the living room and the dining room. Moreover, these are mysteriously and surprisingly absent from the description. Each of the four rooms in the house has themed wallpaper, including one for Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Dogecoin (DOGE). Another has a handful of tweets praising cryptocurrencies.

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People can rent CryptoHouse from Airbnb

For those who want to look before getting started, the house is also available for rent on Airbnb. There is no rush to get in as it looks like no reservations have been made for the foreseeable future.

People can create an NFT of their personality and leave their heart on the blockchain. A project suggests using NFTs to visually represent a person’s personality and control the outcome on the block chain. The NFT “Psynesthesia” collection was presented by Tel-Aviv based artist Rubens DB. However, with 1024 potential NFTs determined by the results of a personality test.

The UK NFT Investment Company was tricked

The UK based investment company NFT investments said he was the victim of a phishing attack. However, the attack cost him $250,000 in assets. The company said it is “handling a cybersecurity incident” following the January 9 attack on the London Stock Exchange news feed on January 12. According to reports, the amount stolen amounts to “less than 1%” of the company’s current net asset value.

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