now accepts XRP cryptocurrency

February 12, 2019
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Ripple’s XRP solution has kept up its growth as a diverse cryptocurrency, showing the market that those outside of the traditional sphere of clients can benefit within the financial network. This positive expansion has caused major hotel booking platform Travala to add official support for XRP was a payment alternative.

The platform, known to many as the Expedia or Airbnb of crypto, recently expanded its catalog of offerings to more than 550,000 properties available for booking in more than 210 cities around the world.

Travala: Using Crypto to Build a Successful Business

With this announcement, XRP becomes the last cryptocurrency to be listed by the platform, joining other options such as BTC, LTC, ETH, DASH, BNB, EOS, ELM, TUSD and Travala’s native token AVA, which has had a bullish streak during the last week, going from 1743 sats to over 3800 sats in the last 30 days according to data from

The platform’s crypto marketplace started operating in July, powered by the blockchain platform NEO. Until now no further details have been revealed regarding the number of financial operations carried out on each token.

Also, it is important to note that Travala’s token AVA, was listed by KuCoin on December 11 with BTC and ETH and pairs. Travala’s team explains that AVA makes it possible to increase the transparency of this platform:

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