International design studio Stickman Tribe is pleased to announce that it has partnered with HAYNV, a digital currency platform based in Abu Dhabi, to facilitate payment for design services through cryptocurrency. The announcement marks the firm as one of the first interior design firms in the world to accept cryptocurrencies for design transactions. The move towards cryptocurrency transitions in the new year is part of the firm’s efforts to offer more flexibility to clients while supporting the burgeoning digital economy and evolving online culture.
“Offering cryptocurrency as a payment option for potential clients was a natural choice for us and opened up our client pool further to more progressive investors,” says Marcos Cain, Founder and Creative Director, of Stickman Tribe. “We always strive to serve our clients in the best way possible. As specialists in hospitality design, longevity is a commodity. Like our design concepts, the company continues to evolve over time, keeping up with a fast-paced industry.”
Stickman Tribe continues to excel as a leader in the industry, boasting over a dozen top hospitality brand clients and working across 19 countries. Stickman Tribe welcomes cryptocurrency, positioning itself as pioneers in the design market amid the progressive world of currency evolution. Cryptocurrency payments guarantee a simple, fast, transparent, and risk-free point-of-sale experience. Clients are also able to use a variety of cryptocurrencies for payment, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), or USD Coin (USDC). All payments will be processed through Stickman Tribe’s cryptocurrency wallet on the HAYVN platform.
About Stickman Tribe
An internationally recognized, yet boutique-feel interior design studio, Stickman Tribe has built a reputation for concept-driven spaces that resonate with guests long past their departure. The design collaborative takes pride in having no preconceived ideas and no pre-packaged solutions – they pursue the unexpected, the different and the unimaginable to craft unique, experience-led hospitality design. Founder and Creative Director, Marcos Cain and the tribe at Stickman have forged a distinct approach through a series of closely held beliefs that include spatial understanding, authenticity, operational values and a fine selection of materials and finishes.
One of the leading names in hospitality design, Stickman tribe has undertaken projects in over 28 cities and 13 countries and boasts an impressive client list, working with over 19 hotel brands and delivering more than 15 hotels, 11 resorts, 98 restaurants, 25 bars, 11 wellness, and six breweries. Some of the brand’s major clients include Hilton, Mandarin Oriental, Marriott/Starwood, Hyatt, Shangrila, and Accor group. Each new venture for the team is a unique passion project with its own defined personality. Some of the firm’s current projects include, the Hilton Canopy Seychelles, Al Nawras LXR Golf Resort in Abu Dhabi, Mandarin Oriental Maldives, Rixos Champarama Vietnam, and Conrad Hilton Kuala Lumpur.
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