PHOTOS: Rock legend Gene Simmons accepts cryptocurrency for sale of Las Vegas Valley estate | MORE Entertainment in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — With his sprawling Las Vegas Valley estate still on the market, rock legend Gene Simmons has announced that he will now be accepting a new form of currency from potential buyers: cryptocurrency.

The Kiss leader’s estate, located in the exclusive community of Ascaya in Henderson, is currently on the market for $13,500,000.

Simmons originally listed the property in October at $14,950,000. A price reduction was announced on the property in December, bringing it to $13,500,000, where it currently sits.

According to a press release, the rock legend, who was an early adopter of cryptocurrency, will accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Uniswap, Polkadot, Litecoin, Aave, or Try, or a combination thereof. , for the purchase of the house .

“I have been a strong supporter of cryptocurrency from the start,” Simmons said in the statement. “It’s the future of money, and it makes sense to offer interested parties the ability to use cryptocurrency to purchase the domain.”

Spanning more than 11,000 square feet, Simmons’ home in southern Nevada is described as a “modern desert mansion.”

Listing agents Ivan Sher Group say the home is perched high above the Las Vegas Valley and sits on nearly an acre, two-lot property with a private orchard adjacent to the home.

The mansion is made up of three levels, including a lower level basement, six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 11 attached garage spaces.

Among other amenities, the release notes that “most rooms in the home feature expansive bay windows and disappearing glass walls for a seamless indoor-outdoor experience, including in the kitchen where sliding doors open to a covered outdoor kitchen. and a direct view of the Strip.”

For more information about the estate or to request a private viewing, call 702-278-3222 or visit

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