title iconChristine Quinn takes cryptocurrency for $34 million dollar penthouse in Selling Sunset

Pordes Residential announced that "Selling Sunset" star Christine Quinn and her tech entrepreneur husband, Christian Dumontet, have launched RealOpen, a platform that features The Penthouse at Regalia. This US$33.9 million ultra-luxury penthouse is the first property in South Florida to be featured on the platform and offered directly to crypto enthusiasts after multi-million dollar listings in New York City and Los Angeles.

She founded RealOpen after leaving The Oppenheim Group. Crypto asset holders can use the service to offer, negotiate and close a cash purchase of any property - without having to cash out their crypto assets before closing. Luxury real estate and Miami's deep crypto community are connected through our platform. The Penthouse at Regalia is the introduction to RealOpen in Miami," explains Christine. Karley Chances and Bozana Cavar, two agents from One Sotheby's International Realty, are expanding the crypto brokerage's presence in South Florida.

Earlier this month, the company listed its first-ever commercial property for US$6.11 million. This is the first commercial property in Broward County to accept crypto, making it unique in the region. Through the use of hundreds of millions, perhaps even billions of dollars of digital currency, we have been able to generate leads for this property. We are also dealing with multiple crypto bills. This is proof that crypto is a real industry, and real buyers are purchasing crypto due to our work with them," says Chines.

It boasts 10,755 square feet of indoor living and 6,050 square feet of 360-degree wraparound terrace, making it the largest condo in Miami. The condo is on the third floor and has a private rooftop deck at the top of Sunny Isles Beach's tallest building. A panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway, Golden Beach, and the Miami skyline is offered from the home. A 360-degree view and ample natural light are provided by the floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition to the six bedrooms and six bathrooms, the Penthouse has a glass wine cellar, a lounge theatre, a bar and a billiards room.

There is a steam room, sauna, and massage area in the master bathroom, while the entire space has been furnished with the finest materials sourced from around the world and meticulously designed by Charles Allem of CAD International, named to Architectural Digest's top 100 AD 100 list five times. Sunny Isles Beach lies northeast of Miami and southeast of Fort Lauderdale in a prime location. Two miles of 1950s-era family motels have been transformed into highrise luxury condo buildings. This city boasts some of Florida's most stunning oceanfront views, as well as world-famous restaurants and nightclubs.