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Luxury St Tropez Villa available for summer rental with bitcoin

A rare opportunity to rent a luxury villa in St Tropez with bitcoin has arisen.

Villa Ama, one of the most exclusive villas in St Tropez, has a few remaining weeks of availability in the last three weeks of August. Crypto-rich individuals can purchase exclusive use of villa Ama for one week for three bitcoins.

Villa Ama joins a growing list of luxury real estate for sale and rent that can be purchased via bitcoin.

Rental weeks at Villa Ama can be purchased via a cryptocurrency wallet. St Tropez House will give a secure wallet number to send bitcoin payments to upon signing the rental agreement.

Villa Ama; new levels of modern luxury 

Villa Ama takes modern luxury to new levels and is designed with the most discerning individuals in mind. Amongst the villa’s many amenities are seven bedrooms, including a kids’ bedroom with three beds and two bedrooms in the guest house, a heated swimming pool, outdoor cinema, a fully equipped gym, helipad, extensive grounds, and panoramic views over Pampelonne Bay from Tahiti to Escalet.

The luxury villa comes with a team of staff, including a chef, two butlers and a maid, who are accommodated in three dedicated service bedrooms on site.

Exquisitely decorated with contemporary furnishings and art, Villa Ama’s voluminous proportions are ideal for those seeking space, exclusivity, and the utmost privacy. Located just moments away from St Tropez’s most exclusive beach clubs, including Club 55 and Nikki Beach, Villa Ama puts St Tropez’s most refined offerings at your fingertips.

Bitcoin; the world’s most successful cryptocurrency

Bitcoin is a digital currency created in 2009. Over the past few years, it has soared in popularity as investors seek alternative asset structures. At the time of this press release, one bitcoin is worth approximately US$46,000 (around 42,000 Euros).

Bitcoin has soared in value over the past five years, reaching an all-time high in 2021, with one bitcoin exceeding just over $65,000, according to Statista. At its launch, bitcoin had almost no value, taking some eight years to reach a value of just over $1,000. Unlike fiat currencies, bitcoin’s supply is finite. It is believed that bitcoin will reach its full supply by 2040 as mining bitcoin will become cost-prohibitive.

Bitcoin is now considered one of the world’s most successful digital currencies, with a market capitalisation of around US$881.85 billion. Most bitcoin millionaires and billionaires made their money by creating products and services to grow bitcoin’s ecosystem, while others became super-rich thanks to the cryptocurrency’s vast increase in value.

According to the cryptocurrency data-tracking firm BitInfoCharts, there are more than 100,000 accounts with at least $1 million in bitcoin, and of those, more than 8,000 have over $10 million. As of January 2021, around 25 individual bitcoin addresses hold more than $1 billion.

As bitcoin’s popularity and value have soared, so have the number of items investors can purchase with cryptocurrency, from everyday goods on Amazon via the BitPay Card to luxury villas rentals such as Villa Ama.

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