Resorts World Las Vegas and Theta Labs have teamed up to release composite NFTs that will offer shoppers a luxury experience.
Composite NFTs – essentially NFTs within NFTs – must be redeemed by November 1st and will be released in two separate packages.
In addition, a third commemorative NFT will be available for $10 on the NFT marketplace Theta Labs. Tetadrop to celebrate the partnership.
Resorts World Las Vegas and Theta Labs collaborated for the first time in February to release NFTs that offered offline utility and real-world benefits for resort casino guests.
Theta Laboratories CEO and co-founder Mitch Liu said:
“Theta NFTs have always been focused on connecting token holders to real utility and benefits”
“President’s Pack” NFTs include exclusive 2-night stays in the Four-Bedroom Presidential Suite including airport transfers by private car; VIP spa treatment for two guests; and two exclusive tickets to a performance at the Resorts World Theater.
They will also include a private wine tasting and a cocktail making class with a Resorts World Las Vegas mixologist for two guests.
Meanwhile, “VIP Party Package” NFTs include two VIP entry tickets to the Zouk nightclub; two nights in a Hilton Standard room at Resorts World Las Vegas; one VIP daybed at Resorts World Las Vegas; and a VIP pool with food and drink starter package.
Experience is limited to those 21 and older.
As for NFTs that offer real value, Theta Labs has previously partnered with Sony to release a unique 3D NFT that works without 3D glasses.
NFT “Tiki Guy” works with Sony Spatial Reality Display, retails for $4,999, but NFT buyers will be able to get a free display with a valid US shipping address.
As part of its partnership with American Idol, Theta offered NFTs in the form of contestant trading cards, with the collector holding the winning contestant’s NFT. The owner of the NFT receives an exclusive Winner’s Ticket to Hollywood NFT, which they can then exchange for a physical Hollywood NFT ticket delivered to them by American Idol.
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