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Shiba Inu Announces “Exclusive” Deal with Travala

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Alex Dovbnya

The $SHIB token can be used for booking more than three million travel products around the globe

The Shiba Inu team has announced an “exclusive special” from blockchain-based booking platform Travala. 

Those who use the popular meme coin for booking hotels, flights, and activities will be able to get $25 in travel credits.

As reported by U.Today, Travala added support for the popular meme coin back in December 2021. The platform’s users picked it over another popular canine cryptocurrency. 

Travala makes it possible to book more than two million hotels around the world with various cryptocurrencies.

The platform added support for Dogecoin, the main Shiba Inu rival, last May. 

Earlier this month, Travala tweeted that Shiba Inu holders could book five-star luxury hotel “W Dubai” with their SHIB tokens. 

In May, the company allowed its users to book supercars, such as Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Aston Martin, and Ferrari, with the help of the popular meme cryptocurrency. 

Travala, which was launched back in 2017, currently supports roughly three million travel products. Last July, the company also introduced a decentralized home rental service called Dtravel. Travala offers dozens of payment methods, but its user base mainly consists of cryptocurrency enthusiasts. 

XcelTrip, another blockchain-powered travel platform, followed Travala’s suit by implementing SHIB payments in May.  

Despite seeing more and more adoption, the price of the SHIB token is down 89.48% from its record peak that was achieved last October.   

The second-biggest meme coin is currently trading at $0.000009 on major spot exchanges. 

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