The partnership will see Travala.com integrated in the official Bitcoin.com wallet with almost 4 million users
London, United Kingdom –– May 15, 2019 — Travala.com, – leading blockchain travel booking platform, has announced a partnership with Bitcoin.com to empower millions of travelers to save on hotel stays. Travala.com is transforming the travel industry, by offering an average of 15% savings on hotel bookings as well as the option to pay with several leading cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. This partnership will empower millions of users to participate in a cheaper, fairer, and more inclusive travel economy.
Commenting on the partnership, Matthew Luczynski, CEO, and Founder of Travala.com said, “A reflection of our unwavering commitment towards cryptocurrency adoption, we’re excited to partner with an industry titan to champion the growth of the crypto community. With over 80% of the bookings on our platform made chiefly in digital currencies, the partnership will allow us to leverage Bitcoin Cash’s global network for greater real-world usability. We are excited to work closer with Roger and the Bitcoin.com team.”
“Importantly, this is also a powerful demonstration of the synergies between both the travel industry and disruptive technologies, as we strive to significantly lower the barriers of entry. The past year has seen our team achieve a number of milestones, from having recently exceeded our equity crowdfunding target, to the steady growth of our ecosystem, we look forward to seeing even greater progress as we build a transformative future for the online travel industry,” added Luczynski.
With a reach of over 210 countries and territories Travala.com’s portfolio of over 82,000 destinations serves as a gateway to a more efficient travel booking experience. Opening the doors to lower hotel prices and a more streamlined booking platform, Bitcoin Cash holders will now be able to choose from almost 600,000 property listings for their next holiday, with ease, through the use of their Bitcoin.com wallet.
Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com said, “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. By providing additional functionalities compatible with the lifestyle choices of our community, this partnership exemplifies the value of digital currencies and will build out our ecosystem with a real-world, viable use case.”
Launched in 2015, Bitcoin.com is an industry pioneer with an established suite of Bitcoin-related products, tools, and services. Empowering users to be part of the digital economy, the Bitcoin.com wallet enables 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.
Bitcoin Cash users are able to access Travala.com directly from their Bitcoin.com wallet.
CEO and Founder, Matthew Luczynski, is available for interview
Offering an average of 15% savings on bookings, Travala.com is the leading blockchain travel booking platform transforming the future of the online travel industry. A proven platform with over 567,928 properties across 210 countries and territories, spanning 82,311 destinations, Travala.com leverages and innovative application of blockchain technology and token economy to deliver a streamlined booking process and a fairer pricing system for consumers and merchants alike.
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