Facing a huge upheaval in the global technology-based tourism industry blockchain travel booking office Travale decided to cooperate with swipe. This decision will allow you to expand the offer with the possibility of paying with cryptocurrencies.
On July 24, the token AVA companies Travale will be added to swipe and the Visa card platform, which is also actively sourcing new partners as part of its cryptocurrency support plan. Thanks to that termination it will be available in 60 million points of sale.
When using Visa cards or applications swipe, kryptowaluty are instantly converted into fiat money so you can use them anywhere that accepts Visa payment services. Payments can also be made mobile.
AVA is also supported by Samsung Pay, Google Pay, and Apple Pay thanks to integration swipe‘And with these services. Additionally, a token AVA will be available to 50,000 users of the digital wallet alone swipe.
Mutual assistance of many enterprises
In addition to AVA’s integration with the Swipe platform, the token SXP swipe will be added to Travale.com as the preferred payment option for booking in over 2 million hotels in 230 countries.
They are also in the list Expedia. Booking.com and pricelinewho previously also worked with swipe. It enables its customers to make reservations using cryptocurrency.
Consumers of the company Travale they can pay not only using their own AVA Token, but also a large list of majors cryptocurrencywhich includes Bitcoin (BTC) Ether (ETH) Dash (DASH) Bitcoin Cash (BCH) litecoin (LTC), EOS, Stellar (XLM), Cardano (ADA), Binance Chain (BNB), Monero (XMR), Tron (TRX) XRP and Dai (DAI).
The new strategy is bringing the intended results
In May this year Travale announced an increase in revenues estimated at 205% compared to April. This is good news for the travel industry, which is slowly recovering from the virus pandemic crisis COVID-19.
Also in May, the company joined forces with the TravelByBit portal, which offers flight booking services with over 600 airlines and offers the possibility of paying digital assets. Both companies hope to survive the global crisis in this way.