Travala.com, the world’s leading blockchain-based travel agency, offers 15% savings on hotels for its users and allows payment from a range of cryptocurrencies. The website has over 567,928 properties across 210 countries and territories, spanning 82,311 destinations.
When speaking on the partnership, Matthew Luczynski, CEO, and Founder of Travala.com portrayed the company’s continued commitment to the digital age and cryptocurrencies. He pointed out that digital payments rather than fiat accounted for 80% of the transactions on the website and, “the partnership (with Bitcoin.com) will allow us to leverage Bitcoin Cash’s global network for greater real-world usability.”
Seen as the home for Bitcoin usage since its conception in 2015, Bitcoin.com is a well-established suite of Bitcoin-related products, tools, and services.
The company is, according to its website, an industry pioneer. The Bitcoin.com wallet allows the sending of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash between users in a direct, secure, and non-intrusive manner, with a global reach of over 3.9 million users.
Their CEO, Roger Ver, also expressed his excitement at the new deal made between the companies stating:
“Our work is guided by a stout belief in Bitcoin Cash as a model of economic freedom and this includes the continual expansion of offerings under our current suite of products and services… This partnership exemplifies the value of digital currencies and will build out our ecosystem with a real-world, viable use case.”
The move is, without a doubt, a considerable partnership for the company and one that will continue its previous good work. Companies like Travala.com are setting the standard for crypto usability and is moving the travel industry into the modern age. The partnership marks another addition to an already burgeoning list of collaborations between Travala and crypto-focused projects.
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