The Shiba Inu team has just collaborated with crypto-friendly travel booking website Travala to launch a special deal allowing SHIB users to get a free $25 travel credit when they create an account on the cryptocurrency-friendly travel website.
The announcement comes on the heels after W Hotels, a luxury hotel located in Dubai, partnered with Travala to allow its customers to pay for booking using SHIB tokens. Travala had earlier added support on their website for payments in Shiba Inu in 2021 allowing its customers to book over 2 million hotels worldwide and flights from more than 600 airlines.
Hey #SHIBARMY, check out the @WHotels Dubai – The Palm💎— Travala.com (@travalacom) November 8, 2022
Book this 5-star luxury hotel on Travala https://t.co/igAn3m8dTC with $SHIB and enjoy the private beach with views of the city skyline and the Arabian Gulf. @Shibtoken
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Good News for SHIB Travelers
🏝 @Shibtoken x @Travalacom ✈️— Shib (@Shibtoken) November 24, 2022
We are excited to announce an exclusive special from our friends at Travala.
Use Shib Token to book Travel on Travala! Click this link https://t.co/HcT9B1ynx8 to get FREE $25 Travel Credit to use on 3M+ hotels, flights & activities! pic.twitter.com/dGtbiu4w6p
The Shiba Inu team kicked-off this year on a high note announcing its virtual universe dubbed, “SHIB: The Metaverse”. Apart from the metaverse, the SHIB team has also revealed the launch of Shibarium, a native layer-2 scaling solution to circumvent high Ethereum gas fees.
In August, the SHIB team launched a new collectible card game titled, “Shiba Eternity” that will be available on both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. However, the biggest project that is currently in the works is the “ShibaNet”, a decentralized marketplace that would allow the Shiba Inu community to exchange goods and services seamlessly.
Although the announcement did not impact SHIB prices significantly, the token is up 0.25 per cent in the last 24 hours to trade at $0.000009. However, SHIB has declined 0.41 per cent over the past seven days.