08/07/19 06:00 UTC-4

Flights and hotels booking via TravelbyBit based on Binance

TravelbyBit based on Binance
TravelbyBit based on Binance

Launched on July 7th, TravelbtBit's beta app, supported by Binance Chain, will allow users to book flights and hotels using cryptocurrency, including BTC, LTC and BNB, – Binance Twitter says.


TravelbtBit application

Travelers who want to conduct their orders using cryptocurrency can now use the platform running on Binance Chain. TravelbyBit beta is now available and has over a million flights and hotels.

Binance joined an Australian startup last October. But only recently, Caleb Yeo, co-founder of TravelbyBit, has agreed to accept cryptocurrency as a payment method.

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Caleb comments: "As an avid kitesurfer, I traveled around the world, hunting for the best wind and kiting. I spent a lot of transit time at airports, and I know what costs can be incurred due to the local course of each country. Charges and inconvenience when transferring with multiple currencies on travel brings a lot of difficulties and nerves spent. Imagine if you can travel around the world with one truly global currency without any fees. This is exactly what TravelbyBit and Binance are aiming at – a digital currency for global payments."

The online travel agency offers such well-known destinations as London, Bali, Fiji, Singapore, Brisbane, Paris, Thailand, as well as a list of recommended hotels, villas and hotels.

TravelbtBit with Binance Chain support will allow you to book flights and hotels using cryptocurrency. Recall that on July 5th, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, Binance, added Dogecoin to the listing. Previously, this asset was considered joke, but according to capitalization indicators, the coin took the 30th place in the TOP-100 rating.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

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19/07/19 06:30 UTC-4

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