Taylor More is selling his family’s bungalow with an asking price of $405,000 (that’s Canadian dollars) or 5,521 Bitcoins. He would rather have the Bitcoins. The two bedroom room and one bath bungalow in Alberta, Canada, sits on 2.9 acres of land along the Crowsnest River. That part of the deal is easy to understand. Why More wants Bitcoins isn’t. “I just really believe in them and once I read my first article about them, I was hooked,” said More, who is 22 and said he used to be a currency trader. “I can take control of my own money, I don’t have to worry about the government stepping in and taking it and freezing my account.”Bitcoins are digital currency. One Bitcoin is equal to $72.50. There are no actual coins, but they have been growing in their use. Stores like Walmart even sell gift cards for Bitcoins.
More stated he would be willing to take 5,521 Bitcoins for his bungalow or equal value based on Star Wars exchange rate..