Travala Bookings Paid Using Crypto Hit 60%

News / 05.01.2020

Last year, there was an exponential growth in the number of rooms booked through Travala.com. A recent report shows that another milestone got crossed the previous month. From November to December, the number of bookings rose by 15%.

Additionally, at the same time, the average price per room night inclined by approximately 16% as the bookings peaked. Also, over 60% of the bookings last month got paid with cryptos.

Some of the Cryptos Travala Customers Used for Payment

Travala customers used Bitcoin the most, followed by its native token AVA, and others used Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Binance.com, Dash, Monero, and even other cryptocurrencies. Thirty-seven percent of these transactions got carried out using credit cards and Paypal.

Several cryptos get accepted by the payment gateway of Travala. These include XRP, LTC, TRX, NAN, XRB, ADA, DAI, and TUSD. It allows cryptocurrency suppliers to pay for its services using any of the digital coins. Its native token, AVA, got established on the NEO network, fueling its smart discount and loyalty program. The program offers a maximum of 10% savings on bookings using Travala.com wallet.

More About Travala

Travala’s website offers its users the opportunity to book rooms in more than two million hotels and accommodations globally. Two months ago, there was a report that the travel agency got into a partnership with Booking.com, with the addition of ninety thousand destinations, in more than 230 countries.

This partnership made Travala popular and put it among the online travel agencies with the most extensive worldwide reach by the number of bookable hotels. This year, Travala is planning to enhance its user base’s growth and improve its user experience. 

In the first quarter of 2020, Travala wants to enhance its native token, Ava’s utility, and enlarge its partner network. The company likewise plans to add new payment methods, which include crypto and local payment options. 

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Dacosta Osei-Tutu, a first degree holder in Nursing, who couples his Nursing career with blockchain blogging, has a great passion for the blockchain technology and aims to play a vital role in applying this revolutionary technology to disrupt the healthcare system in Africa.