Mexico’s TAR First Latin American Airline to Accept Bitcoin
Mexico-based airline company TAR has become the first in Latin American to accept bitcoin payments.
Bitcoin paying customers spend €16 more on average per transaction than those paying with credit cards, says online travel agency Destinia.
It's been a great week in terms of coverage for bitcoin naysayers, as Mark Karpeles' recent arrest served to add to bitcoin's tarnished reputation.
A notable travel blockchain proof-of-concept being spearheaded by Microsoft is stepping up a gear.
LOT Polish Airlines is now accepting bitcoin payments, meaning the digital currency can be used for flights to 60 global destinations.
Expedia's Connie Chung, senior payments product manager, speaks to CoinDesk about the travel giant's bitcoin payment integration.
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. Paul Ryan, CEO of Webjet Exclusives, said: “It’s an innovative addition to the existing payment options available on site. We are […]