A new resort is coming to the island of Sirata in Sri Lanka.
This will be the first resort on the island to use crypto currencies and the first to be run entirely by locals.
The island is famous for its coconut farms and tropical beaches, and its beaches are among the best in the world.
The resort, which will be built by Dubai-based company Sirata Beach Resort, will include 4,200 square meters (6,000 sq ft) of residential space, with restaurants and lounges, a swimming pool, a spa, tennis courts and a cinema.
The main attraction is the resort’s large pool, which is the world’s largest.
Its water temperature can reach 70 degrees Celsius (158 degrees Fahrenheit), making it ideal for the hot summer months.
The hotel, which can be booked for as little as $30 a night, will have a lounge, meeting rooms, restaurants and a pool bar.
Sirata beach resorts has already attracted some big names, including the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Ashton Kutcher, John Legend, and others.
In a statement, Sirata Surf and Grogs owner, David Gogoi, said that the resort would provide a “unique” environment, with a great experience for guests and locals alike.
Siria Beach Resort has been in the works for about two years.
“We were keen to do this because we are passionate about the islands beauty and its unique culture,” said Gogui.
“It will also be a great opportunity for the local tourism sector to gain a foothold on the world stage.”
In a news conference on Monday, Gogi said that guests would have a “great time” at the resort, as well as an opportunity to meet local people.
He also revealed that the hotel will be open for the public to rent out space and that the islanders will have an opportunity for shopping.
The company has received support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank, and the Singapore Government.
It has also received funding from Singapore Tourism Development Corporation, Singapore Development Investment Corporation, and Singapore Association of Tourism Enterprises (SATAE).
Siria is not the first hotel in the country to offer crypto currencies.
The popular Bamboo Hotel, which opened in the same year as Siria, is the first luxury resort to accept bitcoin.
Bamboo Resort owner, Yotam Omer, told Quartz that the first two hotels in the resort were already operational when he opened the resort.
He said the hotel was the first in the island that had a bitcoin ATM.
“There were a lot of people that used to use bitcoin before,” he said.
“Now there is a lot more awareness.
The first hotels have a bitcoin and cash system, so we will be able to make the hotel accessible to tourists.
We are in the process of building a casino that is open to everyone.”
Omer said that he was happy that Siria was taking on the challenge of making the resort more accessible to locals.
“For people who want to invest, it is a good investment, it gives you an opportunity, a taste of the future,” he explained.
He added that the business will be growing.
“This is a new chapter for us and we are taking the challenge.”