In November, travel reservation website Travala witnessed a sales growth of more than 503 percent in comparison to the last year. Among all purchases, 72 percent were paying for with cryptocurrencies, with the most common option to be bitcoin. 

Travala Experienced A Breaking Month, the up and growing crypto-friendly online reservation platform, published its monthly November financial results just recently, revealing a all-time successful month. 

Saying “Total revenue for the month of November was $920,274 which includes hotel bookings, flight bookings, travel gift cards, and integration fees,” Travala continued:

“This represents a month-on-month increase of 76% compared to October and a staggering 503% year-on-year growth compared to November 2019.”

The firm further disclosed that 72 percent of all purchases were purchased via cryptocurrencies in November. 22 percent of all the crypto purchases received on the platform were in BTC, 20 percent in AVA, the indigenous crypto of Travala, 7 percent ETH, 6 percent LTC, 3 percent XRP, and 3 percent USDC. 17% of all purchases were charged via credit cards, in contrast. 

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A large variety of digital currencies was approved by Travala. “We pride ourselves on being the leading cryptocurrency-friendly accommodation booking platform,”  explains the company. 

Travala presently provides packages for over 2.2 million hotels and accommodation in 230 nations and regions, including 90,124 destinations. It also provides discounts for more than 1 million houses, flats, and mansions. Moreover, over 600 carriers can now be booked by consumers via its affiliate site. Travala says it is up to 40 percent more reasonable in prices than conventional travel reservation channels.


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