On its official website, Travala has spread the word about its strategic partnership with Booking.com. As part of this collaboration, Travala has integrated the accommodation listings of Booking.com to its base. Those are now available in over 200 countries and almost 100,000 destinations.
Travala works with digital currencies. It accepts 20 crypto coins, including major ones, such as BTC, ETH, and LTC, XRP, TRX, BNB, as well as traditional fiat payments – via PayPal and bank cards.
Besides, Travala has its own tradable token AVA that customers can also use to pay for bookings.
Recently, Travala has partnered with the Komodo platform, now accepting KMD. Among its partners is also the KuCoin exchange, which makes KuCoin Shares one of the crypto assets Travala accepts for its services.
The partnership of Travala and the Booking.com behemoth may well bring on a mass crypto adoption much faster, since travelling industry is quite popular globally.
As reported by U.Today earlier, in May this year, Travala partnered with Roger Ver’s Bitcoin.com wallet. This enables Bitcoin.com users to save on hotel bookings.