Ride the Falcon…

In this long exposure photo, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying four astronauts to the International Space Station, on Friday, April 23, 2021

Could the next space station be a luxury hotel?

This picture shows the view from the International Space Station as it soars 271 miles above the southern coast of Argentina.

This picture shows the view from the International Space Station as it soars 271 miles above the southern coast of Argentina.

Call it outer space tourism or luxury travel, commercializing space is no longer a far-out idea… How about a Luxury Space Hotel. Barron Hilton, in 1967, mentioned you can “have a martini and enjoy the stars.” What company will lead the way?

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Space Tourism Becomes The Final Fun-tier… What is Marscoin?


Mars is getting crowded already, like The Hamptons. But at least when “Mars Hotel” finally opens (as foretold in 1974 by The Grateful Dead) there’s already a way to pay.

“Marscoin” is a new cryptocurrency fielded by The Mars Society to not only help fund missions, but also to act as the new world’s reserve currency. Sounds far out, but it’s just the payments business looking for new opportunities. And, as the Marscoin folks say, for “a new planetary settlement, a payment and value transfer/storage system such as bitcoin would be useful, first and foremost. It is very unlikely that the first Martian settlers will start printing paper.”