Taking important steps towards making the new Resorts World Las Vegas the most crypto-friendly resort on the entire Las Vegas Strip.
There’s a New Sheriff in Town
People are already lining up and making reservations for a brand new experience in Las Vegas and the spectacular new hotel will open its doors to the public on June 24. However, the impressive 3,500 room Resorts World Las Vegas has already made a name for itself by becoming the first Sin City casino to team up with a crypto exchange by signing a groundbreaking deal with Gemini.
Planning for a Crypto Friendly Future
With the help of the new partnership, the two companies are pursuing both creation and implementation of crypto-friendly services across all areas of the integrated resort experience.
“As the first ground-up resort development on the Strip in more than a decade, Resorts World Las Vegas is committed to integrating innovative technology conveniences across the resort to enhance the overall guest journey,” said Scott Sibella, President of Resorts World Las Vegas.
He continues: “By partnering with Gemini, a leader in cryptocurrency exchange, we are taking another step toward providing progressive guest experience solutions for today’s Las Vegas traveler.”
Meet the Needs of the Next Generation
Tyler Winklevoss, CEO of Gemini, is just as happy to have signed the agreement and released a statement of his own.
“Whether it’s the ability for their customers to use cryptocurrency at Resorts World Las Vegas or convert dollars into crypto, being one of the first to support crypto is a great way to meet the needs of the next generation of customers and provide a 21st century experience,” said
A Lineup Full Of Superstars
Guests of Las Vegas’s newest state-of-the-art venue can look forward to incredible performances from a lineup that features superstars Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryant.
Also, an official Grand Opening Celebration will be held on 4th of July and will be headlined by none other than Miley Cyrus.
This Is What You Can Look Forward To
Being built at a cost of $4.3 billion, Resorts World Las Vegas will feature the in-house Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Las Vegas and Crockfords Las Vegas hotels. On top of all this is a 117,000 sq ft casino featuring a large selection of slots and gaming tables. This will be complemented by a dedicated poker room and a sportsbook as well as 40 food and beverage outlets, some 70,000 sq ft of dedicated retail space, a 5,000-seat theater and 250,000 sq ft of meeting and banqueting areas.
Sounds tempting enough to book a flight to Vegas?