Mapala - TravelChain Inside

in travelchain •  last year

 TravelChain has been a long journey of a start-up transformation into an innovative tech project designed to change the face of the travel industry.

It all started with https://mapala.net

Mapala is a live project, initially emerged as a blog platform and p2p service for travelers. Over time, with the integration in travel market, we came up with the idea of building TravelChain – an open data base for all players of the travel industry. In such ecosystem all participants can safely accumulate data, share it and get rewarded with the Travel Token currency.

So, by 2017 the TravelChain concept attracted $ 480,000 investments in the pre-ICO.

Today, Mapala, the first application that is powered by TravelChain, becomes a digital reputation of our open big data project.

Don't miss the TravelChain ICO - 30 November 2017.

If you want to take part in an ICO than visit TravelChain.io and leave your email on the main page! We will keep you updated.
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