Dubai will be launching a B2B virtual marketplace for the tourism industry by 2020, as part of the Dubai 10x initiative.
The company provides a platform for the developers in the travel industry to build their business model on the Blockchain.
The project is using Blockchain to change the way products and services are delivered in the travel industry.
Blockchain for travel? Yep - its possible with TravelChain.
Air New Zealand looking for Blockchain implementation through the Winding Tree platform.
Working with locals such as mobile networks, venues and events, TripAlly is pushing crypto into everyday lives.
Man sells family home and everything in it for Bitcoin, gambling on the next big rise.
Sick and tired of inflated phone bills after your foreign trip? TripAlly is working on building a platform that will set you free.
The number of former bankers entering the digital currency marketplace in one form or another keeps growing.
Peach Airlines is set to accept cryptocurrency for travel ticket purchases by end of the year and plans to install ATMS in Japan airports.
Cointelegraph continues to discuss what you can do and where you can go in Russia if you want to spend your Bitcoins right now.
Attracting tourists to new or neglected destinations can become easier using Blockchain technology, proving Blockchain is more than just finance.
Cointelegraph shares a few tips how to spend time in Budapest only paying with Bitcoin.
Destinia has officially announced that the company is offering discounts to Bitcoin users on its web and mobile applications.
Is it possible to travel the world using only Bitcoins? Felix Weis has the answer