Everything that is going to be relevant for tomorrow’s travel industry
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How the travel industry can leverage tokenization of digital assets.
We are going to get a bit more technical again and explain why the travel industry needs its own so-called Layer 1 blockchain.
So far, we have been talking a lot about the basics of blockchains and web3. Today we want to share more insights about Camino, the web3 ecosystem for the travel industry.
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The travel industry has been affected by the emergence and continued development of the internet. What Web 3.0 will mean for travel.
Chain4Travel offers companies the chance to be at the cutting edge today and to help shape the travel industry of tomorrow. Any company, regardless of size or travel sector, can easily adopt web3 use cases on Camino Network. Contact us to kickstart your web3 journey and explore tailored use cases for your business.Contact us
Web3 is based on the core concepts of decentralization, openness, data security, and greater user value - all of which are enabled by blockchain technology. As such, it could be a more disruptive and significant paradigm shift for the travel industry than web2. It unlocks a field of possibilities for exploring traveler rewards, loyalty programs, more efficient processes, payment and billing solutions, and even entirely new business models while benefiting from enhanced security, peer-to-peer ownership of data and information, and cost savings.
After the recent launch of the Camino Network travel-focused blockchain, legacy travel companies are looking toward a Web3 future. Cointelegraph spoke with executives at Europe-based airlines Lufthansa and Eurowings — two of the first companies to use the Camino Network — to understand how Web3 integrations bring this industry to its next generation.
Chain4Travel, the Swiss startup building a blockchain-based infrastructure for the travel sector, has announced the mainnet of its web3 travel ecosystem Camino Network is now live, backed by a host of major industry brands.
The Swiss startup Chain4Travel has announced the launch of the Camino Network mainnet, a public but permissioned blockchain designed for the global travel industry. The company says that the network is backed by major airlines like Lufthansa, Eurowings, Hahn Air, plus a host of other hotel and car rental chains. The project’s goal is to make the travel industry more efficient by using blockchain to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps) that would improve interoperability between the various participants.