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CheapAir becomes the first online travel agency to accept Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Dash for flight and hotel bookings.
It implements a shopping engine that searches the web for the most affordable prices on hotels, flights and car rentals.
Visiting abroad countries is way more pleasant when you don’t have to worry about your accommodation. Travala сurrently offering 1,654,357 properties covering 90,124 destinations in 230 countries and territories. The website pinpoints you to the best offers according to your own preferences.
A simple, yet very convenient website allows payments with multiple cryptocurrencies, including their own token AVA. No surprise there as the website itself says it is “Powered by Blockchain”.
Accepted cryptocurrencies: AVA, Bitcoin, XRP, Ether, Litecoin, TRON, Nano, XRP, and +40 cryptocurrencies.
This is one of the most established bitcoin travel sites. As its name suggests, Bitcoin.Travel is a travel agency that allows users to pay for services with bitcoins.
It has been in operation since July 11 and the website fishes a list of flights and hotels that users can book through a number of its partners.
More stamps global is an online travel agency, which accepts over 40 different popular cryptocurrencies as payment for flights, car rental, activities and hotel booking.
Based in Hungary, the agency accepts many of the popular cryptocurrencies including BCH, DASH, ETH, BNB and LTC among others.
Webjet has become the first Australian online travel agency to offer bitcoin as a payment method.
The company has partnered with Sydney-based bitcoin startup BitPOS to enable customers to complete digital currency transactions through its Webjet Exclusives website.
Also we have a bonus – Alternative Airlines
Alternative Airlines is a flight-search website that offers a fast, easy and convenient way to book flights to remote destinations, as well as well-known locations.
Company specialises in providing travellers with a wider choice of flights by working with more than 600 airlines including the smaller, regional ones across the world, especially in the Americas, the Caribbean, Africa and South-East Asia.
25 international payment methods across 160 currencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dashcoin and Digibyte since November 2019.