Crypto Booking Service Sees 33% Boost After Partnership With Booking.com
Adrian Zmudzinski's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 72%
Cryptocurrency-accepting booking service Travala has seen its revenue for the month of December go up by over 33.5% month-on-month following a partnership with Booking.com. According to a post published on the firm's official blog on Jan. 1, Travala has also seen the total monthly number of accommodation nights booked through the service reach 1,528 in December, which is a 15.2% increase since November.
Over 9% of December's bookings were paid in Travala's proprietary token, AVA. Furthermore, 28% of them were paid in Bitcoin, 8% in Bitcoin Cash, 37% with credit card and PayPal while the rest with other crypto assets. Overall, over 60% of the total bookings were paid for in crypto.
In November, Travala partnered with travel accommodation booking giant Booking.com. Since the cooperation started, the service started allowing its users to book any stay available on Booking.com while paying with cryptocurrency. In November, Alternative Airlines, a travel company based in the United Kingdom, started a collaboration with cryptocurrency service Utrust to facilitate payments with crypto.
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