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XcelTrip accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Verge, XcelToken Plus For Hotels & Flights Booking Worldwide

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Blockchain Based Travel Platform XcelTrip.com

XcelTrip, one of the very first and fully functional crypto enabled online travel platform often referred to as the “Travel Industry Disruptor Using Cryptocurrency”, accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Verge, Dash, Binance and it’s own native Utility Token XLAB (XcelToken Plus) on its travel booking service. XcelTrip has built its own extranet engine and listing properties on its own platform independently using its larger network of independent marketing partners globally.

Flight Search on XcelTrip.com using Bitcoin

XcelTrip, blockchain based travel platform has over 800,000 hotels and 400 airlines across 200 countries. XcelTrip offers upto 50% cash back on its own XcelToken Plus for both hotels and flight booking. Browse www.xceltrip.com to know more about its new features and attractive offers.

Flight Search of Singapore Airlines from Singapore to Seoul Using Bitcoin
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