On Monday the 25th of November 2019, Travala (AVA) announced their latest strategic partnership with travel giant Booking.com. Travala not only enables users to pay for their travel stays with their own AVA token, but over 20 other cryptocurrencies including Binance Coin (BNB), Cardano (ADA) and Stellar (XLM) as well. With this most recent partnership, Booking.com will now provide Travala with listings in over 230 countries at over 90,000 destinations across the globe.
Travala has been kicking goals all throughout 2019. Being one of the few crypto projects aiming to decentralize the way people travel, Travala have made it incredibly simple to use their platform offering over 20 cryptocurrencies that can all be used to book over 2 million properties at the time of writing. Offering Customers multiple payment options, best price guarantees and rewards on each booking, Travala has built a product that appears and functions just like any mainstream site such as Expedia and of course Booking.com.
This partnership allows our users to access Booking.com’s accommodation listings, as well as the listings from several other leading travel suppliers, which is a fantastic use case for our own AVA token and another huge step towards mass cryptocurrency adoptionMatt Luczynski (CEO of Travala.com)
With Travala partnering with Booking.com, it’s hard to tell where they go from here after such an achievement. Seeing as Travala has been around since 2017, it’s likely most of the platform is already built out in terms of features and their focus now is networking and partnering with providers to populate their platform. For partners of Travala, it’s a win-win situation as both parties benefit from increased exposure and booking numbers. For more on Travala and to learn about the project in-depth, check out their Whitepaper.
Travala.com is the world’s leading cryptocurrency-friendly hotel and accommodation booking service with 2,000,000+ properties in 230 countries and a champion of cryptocurrency adoption, accepting over 20 leading cryptocurrencies in addition to traditional payment methods.