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XcelTrip Launches Xcel-Token, a Blockchain Utility Token


We are counting down to our Xcel Token release worldwide on March 15, 2018. It is now only two weeks away.

As many of you know, there has been commitment from the biggest hotel and flights inventory platform, GDS, prestigious VCs, Hedge Fund Manager, blockchain community and bitcoin enthusiastic for the vision of XcelTrip’s decentralized travel eco-system.

We are pleased to announce that xceltrip travel platform which is up-running travel platform where you can book hotel and buy air-tickets using its own Xcel Token from the middle of 2018.

We strongly request you to come back and check out our token sale events globally. Our public token sale events will last for 60 days. Estimated exchange listing date is scheduled on May 15th, 2018.

XCELTRIP, a self funded startup based out of San Jose, California has been quietly working on a Blockchain based travel ecosystem since 2015 and is ready to launch its operations on February 28th, 2018.

The brainchild of serial entrepreneur, blockchain venture capitalist & an avid traveler, Gyanendra Khadka, XcelTrip was first previewed at its home base during the November 2017 Blockchain Expo in Santa Clara, California. This unique travel platform is incorporating the traditional modus operandi of the OTAs and simultaneously putting in the latest in Blockchain technology to ultimately arrive in the travel space as a composite, one of a kind Decentralized Travel Ecosystem.


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