A Manhattan Landlord Listed His Office Building in ETH as an NFT. Then Its Price Dropped $12M

A Manhattan Landlord Listed His Office Building in ETH as an NFT. Then Its Price Dropped $12M


“The sale is really a bridge between the old-guard real estate servers and blockchain,” Okada said. “I will be at that bridge, trying to figure out this connectivity issue. It may not be in New York, it may have to be, you know, Westchester or Miami, or it may be a forward-thinking city.”

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