By Tyler S - Wallet Specialist - 05-09-2021
Large travel booking company Travala utilises decentralised blockchain technology to help create "a frictionless booking experience." The platform also has a feature to exchange crypto to pay for bookings. Multiple cryptocurrencies can be used on Travala alongside their native token AVA.
Verge Currency has released a statement that they are officially collaborating with the blockchain-based travel company in more recent news. The announcement was made on social media platform Twitter, as Verge Currency shared a message from Verge developer @EKASON5 stating that Travala is now accepting $XVG as payment.
EKASON has stated within the tweet that $XVG users can now book over "3 million travel products in 230+ countries", he further says that this collaboration increases adoption for Verge Currency's native token $XVG. As a result of the partnership, both Verge and Travala's user base will expand and grow massively.
Initially, when Verge was first created, the token had an entirely different name and concept; it was first known as DogeCoinDark back in October 2014. Strategically, the token rebranded itself not long after in February 2016 to move further away from being a meme-coin. As of writing, $XVG is trading at $0.030693; reportedly, the token rose by 4.62% in the last 24 hours, according to coinmarketcap.
As seen in CoinQuora's analysis for the price to buy crypto coin $XVG, it appears that the token's price has seen multiple positive price spikes in 2021. In comparison to 2020, the cryptocurrency has seen better value results this year than it did the year before, with plenty of potential for further growth.