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Crypto czar Ivan Soto-Wright invests in $38M Miami mansion

Art wasn’t the only thing moving this month in Miami. Crypto czars were on the prowl for modern mansions as well. 

Ivan Soto-Wright, co-founder and CEO of MoonPay, a London-based online payment system for cryptocurrencies, is now in contract to buy 6396 North Bay Road for $38 million, sources say. 

MoonPay hit a $3.4 billion valuation last month following a new funding round.

The stunning, modern home sits on half an acre and was built this year. It was last asking $42 million — and on the market for a mere 72 days.

At 11,709 square feet, the waterfront home comes with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Developed by the AquaBlue Group and designed by Touzet Studio, the house is anchored by a double-height great room.

A bedroom inside 6396 N Bay Road.
One of the mansion’s staggering seven bedrooms.
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An interior of 6396 N Bay Road.
There’s just short of 12,000 square feet for the MoonPay CEO to enjoy.
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The kitchen inside 6396 N Bay Road.
There’s a sleek eat-in chef’s kitchen, as well.
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Exterior of the pool at 6396 N Bay Road.
The $38 million home naturally comes with a pool.
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The listing describes the home as “immersed in glass” to showcase the gardens and water views.

There is also a chef’s kitchen, an elevator and a main bedroom suite with water views.

The home comes with a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and landscaped gardens.

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