- Written by PRW
- Published: 20 January 2014
Las Vegas, Nevada - The biggest Brazilian festival in Las Vegas is scheduled to take place on April 5th and 6th at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. They are partnering with well-known Bitcoin payment processor Bitpay to bring this innovative payment technology to their attendees.
Bitpay is already facilitating Bitcoin payments for the Sacramento Kings and Overstock.com, but Vegas Loves Brazil will be one of the first, if not the first, festival to accept the cryptocurrency with open arms. Vegas Loves Brazil is an event that has always embraced innovation, and they are taking that love of new technologies to the next level by accepting Bitcoin.
Bitpay has been integrated into the Vegas Loves Brazil website, which means paying for a ticket has never been easier. When someone goes to buy tickets for the festival on the Vegas Loves Brazil website, the individual will only need to select Bitcoin as the payment option before starting the checkout process. The user will then be redirected to the Bitpay platform, where all they need to do is scan a QR code with their Bitcoin wallet and click send. There are many different packages available for attendees, and anything from a ticket to a t-shirt can be purchased with bitcoins.
In addition to all of the exciting activities to enjoy at the festival, there are also plenty of opportunities for businesses. There is plenty of room for business exposure from the large number of attendees, and it will also be covered on local television and radio stations. Sign-ups are currently open for vendors and sponsors.
The Vegas Loves Brazil Festival comes from humble beginnings. It was originally started by a group of friends who wanted to celebrate Brazilian culture on a yearly basis in Las Vegas. It's all about the Brazilian music, food, and drinks, although the festival originally began as nothing more than a Brazilian Barbecue. Vegas Loves Brazil is the largest Brazilian festival in Nevada.
For more information or to buy tickets, go to: http://www.VegasLovesBrazil.com.