Sarah Yu is selling her car.
The asking price? Eight Bitcoin.
The Vancouver woman announced the sale via Twitter on Monday.
— Sarah Yu (@thesarahyu) January 14, 2014
“I’m a big Bitcoin advocate and I thought, ‘Why not put it out there and see what comes back?’" Yu told The Vancouver Sun.
The car, a 2006 Volkswagen Jetta, has heated leather seats, a sunroof, and 152,000 kilometres.
Vancouver made international headlines back in October when the city launched the world's first Bitcoin ATM. Though a digital currency, Bitcoin is bought with physical money and used to purchase physical objects. Like, say, a car.
While some are still wary, Yu thinks Bitcoin has lasting power.
"I’m in it for the long-term, she said to News1130. "I really believe Bitcoin is the future."
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