Spain has become the first country in the world to have the most properties available for purchase using cryptocurrencies – 289 properties, according to analysis by Forex Suggest.
Thailand and Portugal follow Spain as second and third on the list with 227 and 130 properties available to buy with crypto, respectively, as Forex Suggest reports. Most listings from these countries are located in tourist hotspots like Marbella in Spain and the islands of Phuket in Thailand.
The table above lists the 19 countries that offer the most crypto properties based on the number of their properties listed. The US and UK are ranked seventh and eighth, with 80 and 66 properties available for crypto purchases, respectively. Despite being the first country to accept Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender, El Salvador ranks tenth with 39 properties. Indonesia and Italy come bottom of the list with six properties each.
Most Expensive Crypto Properties
Although it leads in the number of registrations, Spain ranks sixth in terms of average registration price. According to the figures, an average property in Spain costs 75.33 BTC. This number is 95.87 BTC for Thailand, which ranks second in the number of properties listed.
Canada, the United States and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) emerge as the top three countries with the most expensive crypto properties. According to the figures, the average price per listing is 248.30 BTC in Canada, while its 112.07 BTC and 95.87 BTC in the United States and the United Arab Emirates, respectively.
Cheapest crypto properties
Even though it is the country with the third highest number of crypto properties, Portugal listings rank among the cheapest crypto domains. The average price per ad is 34.50 BTC in Portugal, which ranks the country sixth.
The Philippines, Mexico, and the Netherlands occupy the top three most affordable average prices with 15.46 BTC, 23.54 BTC, and 26.61 BTC respectively.