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You can’t swing a cat in a roomful of marketers without hitting the word “crypto,” and that’s as true in commercial real estate as other industries. There’s fractional investing and tokenization, purchases of homes, and even cryptocurrency for condo deposits.

Now there are crypto-based mortgages. A couple of Miami firms—fintech company Milo and cryptofinance lender XBTO—have taken up crypto-based home loans, according to the Wall Street Journal. “Between crypto millionaires who don’t want to sell their cryptocurrency and foreign buyers who have trouble entering the market, we see a huge demand,” Joe Haggenmiller, head of markets for XBTO, told the paper.

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