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$34 Million Florida Penthouse Takes Crypto – From Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn!

This year, Christine announced her exit from The Oppenheim Group to set up her own firm in Miami. Together with her husband, Christian Dumontet, Christine has launched RealOpen, a platform that allows buyers to purchase homes using crypto currency. The service allows crypto asset holders to offer, negotiate, and complete a cash purchase of any property—without cashing out their crypto assets prior to closing. Offered at $33.9 million, the ultra-luxury penthouse of 43-story skyscraper, Regalia, is the first South Florida property to be featured on the platform and offered directly to the crypto community. Says Christine, “Our platform bridges the gap between luxury real estate and Miami’s deep crypto community. The Penthouse at Regalia is the introduction of RealOpen to Miami.”

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