The big cryptocurrency swap Binance announced in a November 28 blog post that he had partnered with the TravelByBit crypto travel startup. Both companies want to offer a loyalty card that facilitates encrypted payments on major travel sites.
According to the announcement, the card works like a regular prepaid card, offering additional discounts and rewards. Users can load them with Bitcoin (BTC), Binance USD (BUSD), Binance Coin (BNB) and Ontology (ONT).
The map is expected to be launched early next year and will initially address travelers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Australia and Canada. l & # 39; Europe. The number of countries should then be gradually increased.
Traveling with crypto
Customers can book flights and hotels through major booking platforms, such as Booking.com, Expedia, Agoda and Ctrip, as well as through TravelByBit's own platform.
TravelByBit is not the first company to offer to book trips with crypto-currency. Cointelegraph recently announced that the cryptographic reservation company Travala had announced that it was now offering its customers a cryptocurrency reservation on all hotels available via Booking.com.
In early summer, the co-founders of Scandinavian airline Norwegian Air announced that they would create their own cryptocurrency trading system. With this, the airline wants to facilitate the use of crypto-currencies with payments.