According to major media outlets, just a few days ago, a 13-acre part of island has been placed on the markets. Everybody can buy it on one condition: payment must be made in Bitcoin. Six hundred BTC, to be more precise, and this, at the press time, equals 7,695,009 United States dollars or 5.3 million British pounds.
The selling party would not tell why it needs bitcoins, but there is a reason to think that this seller is sure the deal is going to be beneficial in the long term. Other recent interesting Bitcoin trades and deals include a man who sold his house for Bitcoins hoping for future growth (and his family supports him), and someone has recently decided to sell a gold Rolls Royce for Bitcoin on Auto Trader. Historical records show that the first Bitcoin auto trade was in 2011, when an Australian decided to sell his old Porsche for digital coins. He might have become rich if he did not lose his bitcoins since then.
The price of Bitcoin is growing fast, and its mining difficulty will only increase in time. One can only guess what the price of this first and most famous cryptocurrency will be in 2030.