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Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million

The Coinbase chief executive bought the Bel-Air property from Japanese entrepreneur Hideki Tomita. Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


Coinbase Chief Executive Officer Brian Armstrong is the buyer of a $133 million Los Angeles estate, according to people familiar with the deal. The transaction, which closed in December, is one of the priciest single-family home sales ever completed in the L.A. area.



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The seller was a limited liability company tied to Japanese entrepreneur Hideki Tomita, which bought the property for $85 million in 2018, records show.

Coinbase is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States and the first major cryptocurrency-focused company to go public. Mr. Armstrong is the latest in a string of major cryptocurrency executives who have purchased significant homes in U.S. luxury markets in recent months.

Jonathan Yantis, the co-founder of the NFT blockchain Worldwide Asset eXchange, recently purchased a roughly 70-acre estate outside Denver for $12.5 million.

The Bel-Air estate was formerly owned by the daughter of billionaire Seagram heir Charles Bronfman, The Wall Street Journal reported. At the time of the 2018 sale, it spanned about 4.6 acres and included a roughly 19,000-square-foot, minimalist-style mansion designed by British architect John Pawson, as well as a five-bedroom, Paul Williams-designed guesthouse on an adjacent parcel.

The design of the main house, which has five bedrooms and was built in 2009, looks like cubes stacked on top of each other, with the top hanging over the lower level. It has a theater, a gym, a spa and a double-height dining room.

Mr. Armstrong, an early bitcoin enthusiast, became one of the world’s richest people when Coinbase went public in April 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The estate was formerly owned by Ellen Bronfman Hauptman, the daughter of billionaire Seagram’s heir Charles Bronfman.

Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase — the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States — reportedly made a multi-million-dollar real estate purchase at the end of 2021.

Armstrong bought a $133-million Los Angeles property from Japanese entrepreneur Hideki Tomita in December, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing anonymous people familiar with the matter.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Tomita originally purchased the real estate for $85 million in 2018. The new deal allegedly marks the biggest home purchase ever completed in the L.A. area.

Prior to being sold to Tomita, the Bel-Air estate was formerly owned by Ellen Bronfman Hauptman, the daughter of billionaire Seagram’s heir Charles Bronfman.

The property includes a 19,000-square-foot mansion featuring a theater, a gym and a double-height dining room. The property also reportedly had a 6,600-square-foot guest house designed by Paul Williams.

Armstrong co-founded Coinbase with American business executive and investor Fred Ehrsam back in 2012. The exchange has been growing massively in recent years, becoming the largest crypto trading platform in the U.S. in terms of trading volumes and going public on Nasdaq in April 2021.


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


With a reportedly 19% stake in Coinbase, Armstrong had an estimated net worth of $14.7 billion as of November 2021, being one of the world’s richest crypto investors alongside FTX exchange founder Sam Bankman-Fried.

Armstrong was also referred to as the world’s biggest crypto billionaire by China’s Hurun Research Institute in March 2021.

Coinbase did not immediately respond to Cointelegraph’s request for comment. This article will be updated pending any new information.

Crypto executives have been increasingly buying real estate recently. Jonathan Yantis, co-founder of the nonfungible token platform Worldwide Asset eXchange, reportedly purchased a 70-acre estate outside Denver for $12.5 million in mid-December.

Changpeng Zhao, CEO of the world’s largest crypto exchange, Binance, reportedly bought his first home in Dubai in October 2021. He previously said that he did not own any real estate as of April 2021, claiming that he sold his apartment in Shanghai back in 2006 to buy Bitcoin (BTC).


Updated: 1-27-2022

Crypto Kings Are the Real-Estate Industry’s Newest Whales


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


People who have made fortunes investing in digital currency, or who helped build the vast crypto industry, are the new darlings of the high-end residential property market.

When real-estate agent Ryan Serhant received an offer last fall for one of his listings, a roughly $25 million Downtown Manhattan apartment, he was pleased but dubious.

The buyer, to whom he gave a property tour, seemed nice but didn’t fit the profile of Mr. Serhant’s typical high rollers who often come from Wall Street or prominent families. This buyer said he was self-employed, but when Mr. Serhant googled him, he found nothing that explained his wealth.


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


Wary that the offer was a hoax, Mr. Serhant asked for proof of funds and was stunned by what he received: a statement of the buyer’s cryptocurrency holdings, worth around $600 million. “It was crazy,” he said.

It is a scenario playing out across the real-estate world, as newly minted crypto-millionaires and crypto-billionaires, who have either invested in or have helped build the infrastructure that enables digital currency, have flooded the luxury market. That has led to a string of pricey deals over the past year.

They include the $133 million purchase of a Bel-Air estate by Brian Armstrong, CEO of the largest U.S.-based crypto exchange, Coinbase. Other major deals include a waterfront Miami estate formerly owned by retired Miami Heat player Chris Bosh being sold for roughly $38 million to Ivan Soto-Wright, co-founder and CEO of crypto-payments infrastructure provider MoonPay.

Another was the $28.5 million deal for a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, purchased by Olaf Carlson-Wee, CEO of crypto-focused investment fund Polychain Capital and Coinbase’s first employee, according to people familiar with those transactions.

Multiple Los Angeles real-estate agents said that Fred Ehrsam, a Coinbase co-founder, has been actively shopping for a property at a similar price to Mr. Armstrong’s.

Gavin Wood, a co-founder of Ethereum, an app-hosting platform where ether cryptocurrency trades, is also looking for a big-ticket property in New York and has been closely eyeing a penthouse listed for $66 million at the Billionaires’ Row megatower 111 West 57th Street, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Mr. Ehrsam could not be reached. Dr. Wood and Michael Stern, a developer of the 57th Street building, declined to comment.



The crypto rich are the new whales in the luxury residential market and the industry is taking notice. Real-estate developers are jumping through hoops to accept crypto. Agents are trying to lure crypto enthusiasts to their high-end listings with gimmicks such as NFT art parties.

Brokerages are hosting cryptocurrency seminars for their agents. Increasingly, sellers are openly advertising that they would be willing to accept cryptocurrency in exchange for their homes.

To look at the property market, one might think that crypto has gone mainstream. But while buyers who made fortunes in crypto are flooding the market, there are still only a tiny number of deals being done entirely using cryptocurrency.

Despite sellers advertising their willingness to accept crypto, most who do so take significant steps to minimize the risk of cryptocurrency price volatility by enlisting third-party platforms that transfer the crypto-payments to U.S. dollars immediately upon closing.

Cryptocurrency value is notoriously volatile. In November 2021, bitcoin traded for a record $68,990.90, up from $5,000 in March 2020. The November price was also more than double bitcoin’s 52-week low of $28,825.76 in July 2021, according to CoinDesk.

But, as of Jan. 26, bitcoin was trading back at around $38,000. The top 10,000 individual bitcoin accounts held an aggregate $232 billion, a recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research reported.

This is a new class of investor that society didn’t know about a few years ago, said Miami developer Alex Sapir, who sold a $22.5 million apartment that was purchased with cryptocurrency last year. “You’re getting them in the early onset stages of their investment career.”

For some crypto owners, “it’s gotten to the point now where it’s like, ‘OK, so what do I do with all this?’ ” Mr. Serhant said.

Some crypto owners are starting to look to diversify into other assets while, for others, “the name of the game in crypto is hoarding crypto,” said Bill Barhydt, founder of Abra, which manages over $1 billion in crypto and offers loans for down payments that are backed by the borrower’s crypto. “People who borrow against crypto don’t want to sell it; they’re highly motivated,” he said.

Lane Rettig, a developer for Ethereum and Spacemesh, a blockchain platform, said he and his wife, Lily Rettig, bought a 1,500-square-foot condo on Central Park North for $3.5 million last year, as a way of diversifying their assets.

Mr. Rettig, 38, said the couple made a down payment on the three-bedroom unit in cash in part because he is long on crypto and doesn’t want to sell his bitcoin.

The mortgage didn’t take into account Mr. Rettig’s crypto holdings because he manages the assets in a self-custody wallet, he said. “I can’t give a bank a piece of paper saying, ‘Lane has x, y and z.’ It’s a screenshot of an app,” he said.

However, Mr. Rettig said their loan officer was comfortable with the terms and large loan size, relative to the couple’s income, having seen evidence of Mr. Rettig’s crypto assets. “In my mind, it’s an arbitrage of rates,” Mr. Rettig said of the mortgage. “My worst-case scenario for bitcoin is a lot better than 3% a year.”

Jonathan Yantis, an early bitcoin miner and Blockchain investor, said he was also reluctant to sell his bitcoin when buying and selling several luxury homes over the past two years. In late 2021, Mr. Yantis purchased a roughly 70-acre estate outside Denver for $12.5 million.

In Hawaii, he sold an oceanfront home on Maui for $15 million in May 2021. He also owns a roughly 10-acre estate on the island, which he bought for $24 million in December 2020. In December 2021, he listed that property for $59.5 million. “I want to build a custom house—the largest in Maui,” he said in an email.

Mr. Yantis said he purchased in U.S. dollars, which crypto investors call fiat currency, otherwise known as government-issued money. First, he sold crypto—not bitcoin—for tether, another cryptocurrency that is pegged to the U.S. dollar. Then he converted the tether to U.S. dollars.

While he has been on a real-estate buying spree, he would still choose to invest in crypto over a bricks-and-mortar asset, he said. “Real estate makes nothing in returns compared with crypto, where you can 100x your investment,” said Mr. Yantis, 51, who is co-founder of WAX, or Worldwide Asset eXchange, an NFT blockchain.

“Less than 1% of my net worth is in real estate. That should say how bullish I am on the crypto markets.”

Mr. Yantis acknowledged that crypto’s volatility can affect its conversion to U.S. dollars. “I keep some cash set aside for when the market crashes,” Mr. Yantis said. Right now, he characterized the crypto market as being in “extreme fear,” meaning, he says, it is a great time to buy.

Only a handful of luxury real-estate deals across the country have actually been completed using cryptocurrencies, and in most cases the sellers have opted to transfer the crypto to U.S. dollars immediately upon closing.

For instance, the developers of Arte, a boutique condominium in Miami’s Surfside neighborhood, announced last spring that they had sold the penthouse at the building for $22.5 million to a purchaser using cryptocurrency.

While initially touting how the deal showed the viability of cryptocurrency’s decentralized payment system in the U.S. real-estate market, Mr. Sapir, one of the developers, said they converted it to U.S. dollars immediately because, as a publicly reporting entity, they couldn’t hold cryptocurrency.

Some buyers and sellers use BitPay to facilitate crypto transactions. Through BitPay, sellers can generate an email invoice, which the buyer can pay from their preferred crypto wallet, either manually or by scanning a QR code.

BitPay then transfers the funds to the seller in U.S. dollars via direct deposit the next business day. The price is set for 15 minutes to avoid dramatic swings in the crypto’s value. The QR code expires after 15 minutes and a new invoice needs to be generated. This locks in the price for the buyer.

Developer PMG recently became the first real-estate developer to accept preconstruction condo deposits in crypto, said managing partner Ryan Shear.

Last year, the company partnered with FTX US, a major cryptocurrency exchange, to accept crypto as a down payment for units at two of its buildings, E11EVEN Hotel & Residences and the Waldorf Astoria Residences in Miami, Mr. Shear said.

To accept crypto, PMG had to partner with a regulated exchange that could quickly convert crypto to U.S. dollars, then convince an escrow agent to accept down payments from the exchange, rather than directly from the developer.

Mr. Shear said most escrow agents looked at him like he was crazy, but “20 lawyers, one year later, and a lot of brain damage, everybody got comfortable.”

So far, PMG has accepted crypto for a handful of units, said Mr. Shear, who said it was easier to implement because PMG owned the land unencumbered by bank debt. “I have to imagine if our lender was in place…they might have shut it down,” he said. “Lenders are conservative. It’s not in their nature to take unnecessary risks.”

Avi Dabir, vice president of business development at FTX US, said he sees real estate as a growing sector for the company because crypto transactions are faster and more efficient than traditional deals, which rely on an often-cumbersome banking system.

“If I want to send a wire transfer today using my traditional bank account, it’s got to be banking hours, I need to make sure I hit that wire cutoff time and I can’t do it on the weekends,” he said. “That’s not a problem with cryptocurrency. It’s open 24/7.”

For regular home sellers, the prospect of accepting cryptocurrency can be intimidating.

In Miami, real-estate agent Keith Marks of Brown Harris Stevens Miami and his partner, Sonia Toth, said they recently sold a condominium for $7.2 million worth of the cryptocurrency ether after the buyer agreed to make the down payment in U.S. dollars.

The agents declined to comment on the identities of the buyer or seller, but records show the seller was a company tied to Brazilian businessman Roberto Justus, known for starring in the Brazilian version of “The Apprentice.”

The buyer is listed in records as Federico Gutierrez Castro. Mr. Justus didn’t respond to a request for comment and Mr. Castro couldn’t be reached.

Mr. Marks said the seller of the unit, a four-bedroom at One Thousand Museum, a luxury building designed by architect Zaha Hadid, initially balked at the ether offer, wondering if it was a gimmick or worse.

“There’s always this fear that, you know, what if this is somebody moving drug money?” he said. “Or I sell the unit and all of a sudden…the money is impounded or something?”

After consulting an attorney, the seller accepted the offer and the deal proceeded smoothly, with a cash down payment to avoid the risk of currency fluctuations. The buyer paid the balance in ether, but the seller organized to have it immediately converted to U.S. dollars upon closing.

In the eyes of the IRS, cryptocurrency is treated as property, according to tax expert Alan Fyne of Dinnall Fyne & Company, who worked for the seller on the crypto deal at One Thousand Museum.

Someone who buys bitcoin at $1 and sells at $10,000 must report $9,999 as profit, whether it is short-term or long-term capital gains.

Mr. Fyne said he does see potential for abuse. The process could potentially be exploited, he said, by those “laundering money for bad actors” as well as by those attempting to avoid taxes on the sale of their cryptocurrency if it has appreciated over time.

The danger, Mr. Fyne said, also lies in the fact that, in some cases, it can be difficult to trace the origin of crypto funds. While cryptocurrency exchanges usually demand some background from participants on the platform, the process isn’t as rigorous as the scrutiny applied by banks to mortgage applicants, for instance.

“We received some crypto, the sale went down. And do we really know who it came from?” he said.


Updated: 2-2-2022

Crypto Bros Saved Luxury From ‘Common Prosperity’

Young Americans flush with stock market and cryptocurrency gains boosted sales of high-end goods. 2022 will be trickier.
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Flush from soaring stock markets and surging cryptocurrencies, the U.S. was the surprise leader of the luxury sector last year, as people splashed out on everything from Cartier jewelry to Christian Dior handbags.

Although China is still linked to the fortunes of the industry, Covid outbreaks and Xi Jinping’s “common prosperity” agenda have curbed the country’s fierce appetite for high-end goods. Fortunately for Big Luxury, American spenders came to their rescue.

But the industry shouldn’t be celebrating just yet. With the selloff in tech and other highly valued stocks, and a near halving of the value of Bitcoin since November, the risk is that people rein in their newfound desire to go upmarket and the red-hot U.S. luxury market loses steam.

Consumers typically splurge when they feel wealthy. According to analysts at Jefferies, crypto gains likely accounted for up to a quarter of the growth in U.S. luxury sales in 2021. The most obvious example was in watches, as the U.S. overtook China last year to become the most valuable market for Swiss watch exports.

But consumers spread the love everywhere, splashing on contemporary art and non-fungible tokens, as well as on top-end jewelry, boosting the likes of Cartier-owner Cie Financiere Richemont SA.

The new U.S. luxury buyer is younger and interested in what Jefferies dubs “Medal” — music, experience, digital, art and luxury.

The biggest corporate winner is LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE, with brands including Louis Vuitton, whose menswear was led by the late designer Virgil Abloh, and Tiffany, whose recent advertising campaign was fronted by Jay-Z and Beyonce.

These partnerships have helped LVMH connect European luxury to newer, more diverse customers. Founder and Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault even said last week that Louis Vuitton was “not just a fashion brand” but “a cultural brand.”

He described both the performance in the U.S. in general, and Tiffany in particular, as “remarkable.”

Kering SA’s Gucci and Balenciaga, which have yet to report, should also have benefited from the rise of wealthy young buyers in the U.S. The same goes for Moncler SpA. Even Britain’s Burberry Group Plc has seen young men showing more interest in its check and branded sneakers.

But it’s not just American shoppers who are changing. In the past, U.S. luxury was highly concentrated in the retail bastions of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, and the sector was very dependent on department stores.

The environment looks different today. With the growth of Big Tech, and more affluent Americans relocating to other cities, many more regions are thriving.

Prada SpA, for example, already has stores in Dallas and Houston, but it is planning outlets in Austin, Atlanta, Seattle and the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas. Britain’s Watches of Switzerland Group Plc is opening stores in locations including Cincinnati, Minneapolis and Plano, Texas.

And with department stores struggling, fashion houses are opening their own shops. For mall owners, there’s an opportunity to create luxury and entertainment centers. Such a strategy is working for the American Dream mall in New Jersey.

Even so, the U.S. may be hard-pressed to repeat its stellar 2021. The second half of this year will be compared with the period when Americans were spending big. Analysts at HSBC expect U.S. sales growth for 2022, excluding currency movements, to be 16% — still the best in the world, but well behind last year’s 65% expansion.

The greater danger is that the current gyrations in the stock market and crypto turn into an extended rout. In the worst-case scenario, luxury companies advancing across America could be saddled with underperforming stores.

That would echo their experience seven years ago in China, where, after opening hundreds of shops, brands including Prada and Hugo Boss AG had to retrench.

LVMH is the most exposed, with 26% of its sales coming from the U.S. in 2021. But it should also be fairly well insulated. The biggest companies — LVMH, Hermes International, Kering and Richemont — have the resources to keep their brands at the forefront of consumers’ minds, as well as the clout to raise prices to counter escalating costs. In the watch market, waiting lists for the most in-demand names, such as Rolex, can probably sustain them for the next few years.

Most vulnerable are the more affordable luxury names, such as Tapestry Inc.’s Coach and Capri Holdings Ltd.’s Michael Kors, or those that are still working on amplifying their brands, such as Burberry, Prada and Ralph Lauren Corp in the U.S. Amid rampant inflation, higher borrowing costs and no more stimulus checks, many consumers who moved upmarket over the past two years may be forced to cut back or choose second-hand goods via The RealReal Inc. instead.

But if crumbling stock and crypto values take a toll on the biggest spenders, then not even the bling behemoths will escape unscathed.


Updated: 5-5-2024

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* Dollar Of Unrealized Bitcoin Gains Led To Nine-Cent Expenditure


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


It’s an oft-told anecdote littering social media: Those who invested early in Bitcoin have enjoyed life-changing wealth.

How much that extra cash gives them confidence to spend more — a phenomenon economists call the wealth effect — is a hot topic whenever Bitcoin prices are surging.

A group of researchers tried to quantify it and determined that Bitcoin bonanzas in the US aren’t exactly spent like windfalls from winning the lottery.

And so far, the effect has been relatively modest on the $28 trillion American economy. But if the asset class continues to boom, the study provides insight on potential game-changers in consumer patterns.

The new wealth increased households’ consumption by about $30 billion in total over a decade, the researchers estimated, with every dollar of unrealized gains leading to about nine cents of spending.

While that figure is almost double the marginal propensity to consume when it comes to stock-market returns, it’s about one-third that of income shocks such as lottery winnings.

Despite all the flexing on social media, it wasn’t all blown on Lamborghinis and bling: Some went toward home purchases, boosting real estate markets where Bitcoin is popular.

“If households tend to treat Bitcoin like gambling, then we would expect them to spend their gains in similar ways as lottery winners do,” Darren Aiello, assistant professor of finance at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business and one of the authors of the paper, said in an interview.

“In contrast, our estimates suggest that household spending out of Bitcoin gains is more like the patterns we see from traditional equity investments.”


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


It’s a topic that is likely to gain more attention from economists after this year’s launch of spot-Bitcoin exchange-traded funds expanded the universe of potential Bitcoin investors.

The researchers, who presented the paper to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in March, also hail from Northwestern University, Emory University and Imperial College London.

They used data from 60 million people from 2010 to 2023, spanning millions of bank, credit- and debit-card transactions, to analyze how Bitcoin wealth spills over into the real American economy.

They found that 16% of the households analyzed made deposits to retail Bitcoin exchanges at some point in the decade through 2023.

Making the connection between spending and Bitcoin investments can be tricky, since some may invest in the asset class in hopes of boosting their savings in order to make a big purchase, rather than deciding to make a big purchase only after a Bitcoin windfall.

As a result, the researchers isolated the portion of household Bitcoin gains that were driven by long-term buying and holding, rather than recent investments, in order to directly measure the causal effects of Bitcoin on spending.

“There is significant debate about the role Bitcoin should play in a household’s portfolio due to its high volatility and nebulous fundamentals,” Jason Kotter, another assistant professor of finance at BYU who co-authored the paper, said in an interview.

To Noelle Acheson, author of the Bitcoin Is Macro Now newsletter, the insights about how Bitcoin holds different appeal to different investor types is more noteworthy than the takeaways for the macro economy.

“For lower-income investors placing less priority on wealth preservation, a Bitcoin allocation could be seen as a make-or-break play — more to gain than to lose,” she said. “So it makes sense that any gains would be spent on big-ticket items such as a house.”

Housing Market

While the boost in wealth was mostly poured into discretionary spending, a significant portion spilled into local housing markets, the researchers found, especially in parts of California, Nevada, Utah and other places where Bitcoin is popular.

To arrive at a figure, the researchers went back in time to 2017, a year when Bitcoin saw its price jump from around $950 to $14,000 for a nearly 1,400% rally.

Using zip codes associated with brokerage accounts, they compared what happened to home prices in counties with high Bitcoin wealth compared with those that were less enthusiastic toward digital assets.

They discovered that home prices in Bitcoin-wealthy counties grew 43 basis points faster, pushing the median house price up by about $2,000 in 12 months.


Bitcoin Enthusiast And CEO Brian Armstrong Buys Los Angeles Home For $133 Million


They analyzed what that would look like spread out over the decade through 2023, and found that every dollar gained in households’ Bitcoin wealth pushed median home price up by 15 cents over the following three months.

The researchers also tracked investors who withdrew at least $5,000 from their Bitcoin brokerages — around 90% of which came from Coinbase Global Inc. — between 2018 and 2023.

That analysis revealed that Americans increased their total spending in the year after a large withdrawal by around $5,754 relative to the prior year.

And while mortgage spending remained constant in the six months leading up to large withdrawals, it rose significantly after the event.

“For every household that withdrew $5,000 from their Bitcoin exchange account, one in 20 bought a house for the first time,” said Kotter.

After all, you can’t live in a Lambo.



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