From left, Craig Tann, Laura and Jack Sommer stand in front of the Sommers’ home in Las Vegas’s Spanish Trail neighborhood on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. Jack Sommer, a casino owner-turned-commercial developer, is asking $7.85 million to sell the home, and he’s willing to accept the online currency bitcoin for the deal. (AP Photo/Las Vegas Review-Journal, Alex Federowicz)
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A casino owner-turned-commercial developer is asking $7.85 million to sell a Las Vegas home, and he’s willing to accept the online currency bitcoin for the deal.
Jack Sommer said he got the idea to seek bitcoin for his 25,000-square-foot mansion from two of his sons, who’ve been involved in making and trading the currency.
“The advantage is that we’re expanding our market and adding some notoriety,” Sommer said.
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