Former casino owner will take Bitcoin for $7.85M Las Vegas mansion

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Jack Sommer, former owner of the Aladdin casino, is asking $7.85 million for a 25,000-square-foot mansion in Las Vegas, and he’ll take Bitcoin.

Sommer’s agent, Craig Tann of Prudential American Group’s Estates of Las Vegas team, thinks it’s the first Las Vegas home to be formally marketed around the digital currency, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Source: reviewjournal.com.