What does a resort look like that aims to please the digital currency set? Well, we’re all about to find out. As part of its grand opening, Resorts World International has partnered with Gemini, a crypto wallet that allows users to store Bitcoin as well as 40 other alt coins.
Though details of the partnership have yet to be completely divulged, over the next few weeks more information should be shared with the general public. At the moment, wild speculation has included that cryptocurrencies might be used to gamble at the tables. This might be a bit premature, as Nevada law prohibits any currencies other than the dollar being played on casino floors. We will update this page with any details that are shared – it’s certain that there will be innovations and integrations for cryptocurrency aficionados.
Resorts World International will be comprised of three hotels:
the Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World, featuring 1,774 full-service guest rooms and suites;
the Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World, offering 1,496 contemporary guest rooms and suites;
and the Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts, which has a more intimate collection of 236 guest rooms and suites.
Other property features include a five-and-a-half-acre pool complex which will make it the largest pool deck in Sin City, Zouk Nightclub, Ayu Dayclub and more than 115,000 square feet of gaming, with slot machines, table games, a dedicated poker room, high-limit areas, and a sportsbook.
Not exactly what you’re looking for? Try one of our other many properties on or off the strip.