Las Vegas comes up with its first digital currency nightclub. Peter Klamka, the man behind the idea, announced the launch of his crypto nightclub in the month of April, this year.
The club, titled ‘MORE Las Vegas’, is a sheer specimen of a typical VIP Vegas destination. The club is an exclusive VIP area, that can be spotted inside The Hyde nightclub, which in turn, lies inside the Bellagio hotel and casino. So, if one intends to get to the inside of the club, then there’s this person to be met with, named Joey. The club’s ‘director of services’, would help you figure out what exactly goes on there and the way it is to be dealt with.
Las Vegas, the city famed for its vibrant nightlife, is packed with nightclubs. What is it then, that makes MORE, one of its kind.
Well, the club is the only one offering its own crypto token i.e. the ‘More Coin’. Even if you need to get through the gates, you need to have possession of the digital token.
As envisioned by Peter Klamka,
“MORE Coin is the intersection of nightlife and crypto demonstrating a real-world application of blockchain technology.”
Furthermore, he laid down a handful of terms and conditions to hold the membership of his club. One of which follows that you ought to own 5,000 MORE Coins or more to become a MORE Las Vegas member. The current number of authorised members of the club stands at around 1500, according to a club spokesmodel. She too, mentioned the ‘coin ownership’ as a ‘necessity’ to become a member of the nightclub.
The staff, at the club, are well trained to accept digital coins as a mode of payment. They, however, are not fussy about how you wish to pay.
In Fact, the bottle-service menu lists the prices in USD. If you wish to pay for a 15 litre bottle of Ace of Spades champagne in Bitcoin, they’ll warmly welcome the payment. Else, if you intend to make payment in MORE Coin, that’s completely fine too.