A townhouse has been put on the market with the owner willing to accept bitcoin in what is thought to be a UK first.
The three bedroom, three bathroom home in Peckham, London, has been valued by estate agents at £1.65 million.
And while owner Daniel Roy will be accept Sterling, he is also open to offers "in excess of 500 Bitcoin".
The online currency was launched in 2009 and is free from government control. It allows users, which currently number six million, to carry out peer-to-peer transactions without using a bank to exchange the funds.
It is thought the Peckham home could be the first property in the UK to be sold using the digital currency.
Daniel, who moved to the UK from France 13 years ago, is selling the property through Munday's estate agency.
The 2,134 sq/ft property is spread over four floors and has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, three receptions and a large kitchen.
However, while the buyer will able to buy the house with Bitcoin, they will still have to use Sterling when paying stamp duty - which will be around £110,000.