Living Vogue LLC, doing business as Living Vogue Real Estate, a Sarasota Florida-based luxury real estate company, is pleased to announce the adoption of EthereumMax ($eMax) and Kishu Inu ($KISHU) cryptocurrencies as payment options for property sales, escrow deposits, and agent commissions. The company plans to further utilize blockchain accounting, built on the Ethereum network’s capacity for smart contracts, to add increased security and confidence for their inherently large-scale real estate financial transactions.
“With several hundred million dollars in transactions annually, we are excited to offer these alternative payment options to our clients and agents. Wire-fraud and contract security are serious problems in real estate sales. Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology provide answers to these problems. South Florida has many holders of eMax and Kishu coins specifically, and we are glad to provide a practical use for these currencies,” said Mark Coppens, CEO of Living Vogue Real Estate.
EthereumMax and Kishu Inu are both yield-based tokens built on the secure Ethereum network, meaning they incentivize holders with a 2% redistribution reward for every transaction. This growth is particularly attractive when holding funds in escrow. Properly handled, cryptocurrency transactions can be executed more securely and quickly than traditional currency methods. The company also plans to offer agents the option of receiving their sales commissions in eMax or Kishu coins.