The city of Las Vegas has a public image for being a crazy place. The recent news will undoubtedly cheer crypto enthusiasts who are still reeling from the market’s fall. Crazy Horse 3, a well-known gentlemen’s club in the city, now accepts cryptocurrencies for lap dances and entertainer tips.
Customers can now pay with bitcoin and remain anonymous.
“Venue Becomes One of the First Strip Clubs in the United States to Accept the Exchange of Digital Currency for Adult Entertainment; Providing Tech-Savvy Customers with an Added Layer of Privacy and Flexibility,” a representative for the club wrote in an email.
“Guests can enjoy all our bustling adult entertainment anonymously and instantly,” said publicist Lindsay Feldman. Crazy Horse 3 has always been at the forefront of the market and is dedicated to providing new and distinctive amenities that enhance the experience in the real world that the high-end customer has come to expect.
The adult entertainment club claimed that guests or customers scan a QR code, which allows for a bitcoin payment process through their crypto wallet, all without leaving a paper trail.
Feldman assured that this payment method would not be a temporary hit. If this attempt is successful, it may motivate other players in the adult entertainment sector to use cryptocurrency as a payment option. Especially since, for a variety of legal reasons, Mastercard and Visa frequently refuse to process payments for many entertainment websites.
Crazy Horse 3 and it’s crypto involvement
Crazy Horse 3, which is open 24 hours a day, is not a novice when it comes to bitcoin. Since July 2021, the Gentlemen’s Club has accepted the “king of cryptocurrencies” for the purchase of champagne packages. This service, which does not just sell bottled alcoholic beverages, usually includes other perks for customers, such as table reservations, priority entrance, dedicated waiters, and other VIP benefits.
Crazy Horse 3 hopes that by accepting bitcoin for lap dances and tipping, it would be able to attract a new audience looking for privacy.
Bitcoin is making way to general public through multiple ways. While many countries including Arizona are exploring ways to adopt Bitcoin as their legal tender, many stores and restruants have also initiated payments in cryptocurrencies. In December last year, Elektra became first retail store to accept Bitcoin payment.