Travala, one of the world’s largest blockchain-based travel booking platforms, has published their report for the month of April.
The report says that Travala has gained a total of $2,832,389 as revenue for the previous month, comprising earnings from accommodation bookings, flight bookings, activity bookings and integration fees. This amounts to a 12,593% year-on-year growth compared to April 2020.
The total number of room nights booked (4,243) has increased by more than 13% compared to March 2021. The number of flights booked totals to 685, rising by 80% compared to March 2021.
The native token AVA is the most preferred crypto payment option, with 20% of all bookings in April being paid with the currency.
A total of 9.1 million AVA (18.27% of the circulating supply) are locked.
The visitors are predominantly from the United States, followed by Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, China, India and Australia.
Just three days ago, Travala announced the launch of Concierge – a luxury travel service aimed at travelers with high net worth – as the global travel market continues to recover from the pandemic and the crypto market experiences a rapid growth.
A study conducted by Travala shows that 71% of Americans are looking to spend more annually on travel than before the pandemic and nearly 23% of them expressed their willingness to spend more than two full paychecks worth of money on an overseas trip.
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