Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong buys $133M Bel Air mansion, report says

The Coinbase CEO bought the Bel-Air property from Japanese entrepreneur Hideki Tomita

Brian Armstrong is the CEO of American Cryptocurrency exchange platform Coinbase, recently purchased 19,000 sq. ft Mansion In Los Angles, California for $ 133 million dollars ( Over 990 crore).The Wall Street Journal reported. The 38 year old Brian Armstrong has a theater , a gym , a double-height dinning room and a 6,000 sqft guest house. It’s reported that this deal is one of the priciest realstate deal completed in Los angles.

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Coinbase is the largest and the first Cryptocurrency exchange company to go public in U.S

The Wall Street Journal reported that the Bel-Air estate was formally owned by the daughter of billionaire Seagram heir Charles Bronfman.


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