Hatteras M90 Can Be Purchased With Bitcoin At Miami Yacht Show

Feb 18, 2018 at 15:06 // PR
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MIAMI BEACH, FL.​ (February 16, 2018) – Denison Yachting has announced it will accept Bitcoin as payment at this year’s Miami Yacht Show for all new boats, including Hatteras, Beneteau and Fountaine Pajot.

Denison has recently sold 3 yachts to clients that converted Bitcoin to purchase brokerage yachts, and recently facilitated a yacht charter for a Bitcoin client.

The newly launched Hatteras M90 is included in a selection of yachts that can purchased using a number of cyrptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Tron. The Hatteras display is located on Collins Avenue.

At time of this release, the M90 could be purchased for around 900 BTC. Of course, this amount may change depending on changes in BTC to the USD.

“Accepting Bitcoin isn’t a marketing gimmick. Our team works hard to make buying yachts as easy as possible for our clients. This is just one of those ways,” said Bob Denison. “I’m personally active in using Bitcoin to buy and sell things and enjoy the process a ton. Our company is ready to make this fun and easy for anyone looking to buy a boat with BTC.”

To learn more about purchasing a new yacht with Bitcoin, contact Kevin Frawley at 954.763.3971 or ​ Kevin@DenisonYachtSales.com

About Denison Yachting: ​Denison Yachting has long been a leader in the yachting industry with a rich family history dating back to 1948 with the start of Broward Marine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Today, the company provides complete yachting services worldwide, from sales and charter to crew placement and new construction. Denison has 24 waterfront offices from coast to coast around the U.S..

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