Ukrainian Real Estate Developer Starts Accepting Crypto
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6 June

The DIM group, a Ukrainian full-cycle development holding company, is now allowing its clients to buy a real estate with stablecoins.

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The company said in a blog post that customers can purchase apartments with USDC, USDT, BUSD, DAI, with additional support for other cryptocurrencies to come later. A spokesperson for the DIM group said:

"Individuals sell and buy movable and immovable property with the help of cryptocurrency, so the implementation of such a service for the purchase of primary real estate was a matter of time."

The spokesperson added that the company wants in future to register all the operations on the blockchain with the help of smart contracts.

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