Now You Can Book Hotels, Airlines Tickets Worldwide as XcelTrip Adds Support for Shiba Inu
Shiba Inu holders can now book 2.30 million hotels and over 450 airlines using their SHIB holdings.
XcelTrip, a next-generation, decentralized, travel and booking platform added support for Shiba Inu (SHIB). The announcement is just made public by the company via tweet.
Hey @ShibainuCoin holders, $SHIB is now listed on XcelTrip.
Use $SHIB to book your holidays on https://t.co/ksvq9LMQOf.
🏨 2.3 million hotels
✈️ 450+ airlines
✅ Download the #XcelTrip app & book your next #holiday.
👉 https://t.co/Whr3pj6Hxm #ShibaInu #newlisting pic.twitter.com/k5LFcTrISy
— XcelTrip-Travel With Crypto (@xceltrip) May 25, 2022
Besides this recent addition, the travel company is already accepting 9 other cryptocurrencies including the major ones. The list includes Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance Coin (BNB), Litecoin(LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), XcelDefi (XLD), XDC Network (XDC), and XcelToken Plus (XLB).
XcelTrip is on a mission to provide a decentralized travel ecosystem to its users. This decentralized travel ecosystem will allow users to directly connect and access travel service providers without the need for middlemen in travel planning and booking. To make this system purely decentralized the company also has built a platform and base to leverage crypto adoption and crypto uses-cases.
As per the official website, users are able to book 2.3 million hotels, over 450 airline service providers, and car rental service providers in more than 70 countries from Xceltrip.com.
The mainstream adoption of Shiba Inu is on the rise. Since May 16th, The Cardinale Automotive Group, MotoRenn, Tag Heuer, and Gafisa have begun accepting SHIB as a payment.
Besides this, a new cross-distribution partnership between Lavu, major global restaurant software and payments solution provider, and Verifone, a global FinTech leader, and payment solution provider also made it possible to accept Shiba Inu as a payment in thousands of restaurants in 65 countries.
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