The Bass River Resort is looking to make the most of its newly-created bitcoin breakers and it is also looking for bitcoin miners to help create a new pool for the resort’s pool rooms.
The resort has been testing the new bitcoin pool software in an attempt to build the bitcoin ‘bucket’ and is currently seeking bitcoin miners willing to create their own bitcoin pools for their rooms.
The pools will then be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
In a statement, the resort said the pool will allow people to make their own bitcoins and will be a place for people to trade bitcoins with one another.
It added that it will not be able to provide a bitcoin payment service for its rooms, but will work on building the pool itself to provide customers with the necessary services for bitcoin use.
“The aim is to create an alternative way of getting into the industry and for people not to go into the mining business,” said the statement.
The Bass River Casino and Resort in Virginia.
Photo: James Martin/Bloomberg News.
The company said it will create a ‘pool for the bitcoin industry’ which will then auction the bitcoins to the best bidder.
“Once a pool is created, we will work with our pool operators to build a fully-functioning bitcoin service for the guests and we hope to open it in the next six months,” the statement said.
Bitcoin is currently a popular form of payment that is used in a number of areas including online purchases and purchases of goods and services on social media.
It is also becoming more popular in the casino industry.
Earlier this month, the state of Nevada said it would allow casinos to accept bitcoin for online gambling.