Bitcoin Startup Lolli Looks to Global Expansion With Hotels.com Partnership
The bitcoin rewards app Lolli is going global in 2019, starting with the travel industry.
The Binance-backed travel agency brought in $400,000 in July, a 100% increase from the month before.
The blockchain-based travel agency's partnership comes as booking rates surge from their COVID-19 lows.
"In China, the recovery is happening now and very fast,” said Travala.com CEO Juan Otero.
Norwegian Air would accept cryptocurrency payments via crypto exchange NBX.
The ethereum-based platform is aimed to do away with price and accommodation disparities in the travel industry.