Users Can Now Spend XRP at Over 550,000 Hotels in 200+ Countries with Ripple/Travala Partnership

XRP continues to expand in the market. This time, XRP will be accepted on, a tourism-related website that allows individuals to purchase hotel rooms and plane tickets.

Individuals interested in purchasing with the popular digital asset XRP will be able to do so in more than 550,000 hotels and over 82,000 destinations.

XRP Accepted On

According to a recent tweet released by, the company has now added XRP as a native payment option on the platform.

Users will be able to book hotel rooms and reserve plane tickets using XRP.

This means that XRP will be gaining support from one of the websites that is a leader in the tourism sector. Users can book their hotel rooms and hotels in a very easy way and pay with their favorite digital asset.

The XRP community is very excited about it and they have shown their support to the decision that was taken by XRP is the third largest digital asset in the market after Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

According to CoinMarketCap, XRP has a market cap of $12.9 billion and each XRP can be purchased for $0.309.

XRP is a fast and cheap digital currency to use that specializes in cross-border payments between financial institutions. Nonetheless, the intention is to help users have a fast and reliable digital currency to process payments as well.

Ripple has already partnered with more than 200 companies around the world and the goal is to keep expanding the influence that Ripple has in the cross-border payment industry.

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