Travala Adds Additional 600,000 Hotels To Its Crypto-Powered Online Travel Platform
Travala Adds Additional 600,000 Hotels To Its Crypto-Powered Online Travel Platform
August 4, 2020
Travala Adds Additional 600,000 Hotels To Its Crypto-Powered Online Travel Platform
Travala Adds Additional 600,000 Hotels To Its Crypto-Powered Online Travel Platform
August 4, 2020

Travala has added an additional 600,000 hotels to its crypto-powered online travel platform. It has recently partnered with booking giant Agoda.

It has been reported that Juan Otero, the CEO of Travala.com, said that the number of properties on the platform has now reached over 2.2 million in total.

However, he added:

“We can safely say we are the world’s largest blockchain-based online travel agency by number of accommodation options available with over 2,200,000 options to book covering 90,124 destinations.”

According to the company data website Owler, Agoda is a travel industry giant that employs over 4,300 people and has yearly revenue of $1.2 billion.

Likewise, the announcement follows Travala’s partnership with Expedia in early July, which also introduced a considerable number of hotels to the platform.

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At the end of November 2019, the firm also struck a similar partnership with Booking.com. This resulted in bookings on the platform skyrocketing by 68% shortly thereafter.

Thus, in May, at the time just an accommodation booking service, Travala also merged with crypto-powered flight booking service TravelByBit.

Source: Cointelegraph | Image: Travelaysia


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