Caesars Bluewaters Dubai staff use blockchain wallet

The Lucid Pay digital wallet will allow the hotel staff to use their allowances and discounts at the hotel's F&B and entertainment outlets

Bachannal is one of the F&B venues at Caesars Bluewaters.
Bachannal is one of the F&B venues at Caesars Bluewaters.

Sister title has reported that Caesars Bluewaters Dubai is using a blockchain-based solution which will allow its staff to use their allowances through a digital wallet.

Lucid Pay solutions, from Liquid-D, is integrated to streamline the staff allowances and discounts within the resort's F&B and entertainment venues. The platform uses smart wallets and smart contracts which allows the hotel to pre-define terms and conditions to each employee's wallet.

The smart platform integrates into hotels' POS and PMS systems including Oracle Simphony, and Opera. Lucid Pay Wallet supports iOS and Android.

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Atlantis The Palm, Dubai is also using the Lucid Pay solution for guest payments.

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