El Salvador To Launch First Wave Park In Central America Called “Bitcoin Beach”
El Salvador again innovates by building a wave park, which will be baptized with Bitcoin.
For those unfamiliar with the Bitcoin Beach movement, it is essential to note that this was the birthplace of the adoption of Bitcoin in El Salvador.
Located in El Zonte, the population itself started accepting Bitcoin as payment independently of any government. This remote community first made Bitcoin their legal tender, whether it’s transactions at beach huts or expenses for local services.
After all this Bitcoin movement became known in El Salvador, the government of El Salvador, in the leadership of its president Nayib Bukele, capitalized on his country’s adoption of BTC, making the digital currency legal tender in the country.
Wave park called “Bitcoin Beach” will be the first in Central America. Despite being a small country, El Salvador is known to surfers worldwide for its beautiful beaches; surfing, a game also included in the last Olympics in Tokyo, is a primary cause of surfers’ attraction in El Salvador.
The small country will soon see the construction of a wave park; professional and amateur surfers can catch waves and train their skills with this park.
The first wave park in Central America should of course be called #Bitcoin Beach and be located in the up-and-coming powerhouse of the region #ElSalvador– Stay Tuned. No need for wetsuits just #BTC pic.twitter.com/A8BG40lL1w
— Bitcoin Beach (@Bitcoinbeach) January 15, 2022
What drew attention towards the wave park is the name ‘Bitcoin Beach,’ a clear tribute to those who started to accept the currency as payment before the local government got its hands on the sector. All payments on Bitcoin beach will be based on Bitcoin; all surfers and tourists will need to pay in Btc to enjoy the luxury of this upcoming new surfing park.
In addition, the Bitcoin acceptance movement in El Salvador announced that this project would make the country a tourism hub for surfing, which is already substantial with the Surf City movement.
Surfers worldwide are already beginning to observe Bitcoin as a viable payment option, like the legendary Kelly Slater, an American surfer widely regarded as the greatest professional surfer of all time, is highly interested in Bitcoin and crypto.
Finally, with the arrival of the wave pool in El Salvador, it is clear that bitcoin surfers will now have a destination to sweeten their surfing talent and grow their payments skills with a modern, independent currency of the future.