Mondo Cellars Winery Selling Equity Stake For Bitcoins


Mondo Cellars, a California-based winery, is accepting bitcoins for an equity partnership in their Paso Robles winery. This will be the first established winery to offer company shares to Bitcoin investors, says the winery.

Bitcoin investors receive an equity position in the winery. Potential partners have the opportunity to purchase 30 per cent of the winery broken up into two percent shares costing $100,000 denominated in bitcoin.

[Image courtesy: Mondo Cellars]

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