- Shiba Inu crypto is now Accepted by Travala after the meme coin won a Twitter poll.
- Shiba Inu adoption has increased steadily since Travala listed dogecoin in May 2021.
- Shiba Inu has been introduced to Travala’s website as a payment mechanism, and it may now be used to book over 3 million travel products globally.
Travala, a travel company, revealed on Tuesday that it had accepted Shiba inu cryptocurrency as a payment mechanism.
The company’s official account tweeted congratulations to Shiba inu supporters for winning the token war it held a few days ago and the fact that SHIB is now listed as a payment method on Travala.com and can be used to book over 3 million travel products globally.
On December 2, Travala initiated a “token war” between FLOKI and SHIB. According to the business, the cryptocurrency receiving the most votes in 72 hours will be listed on Travala.com. Furthermore, according to the website, all users who vote for any token will earn an AVA share of $15,000, distributed based on the voting circumstances.
SHIB was declared the obvious winner at the end of the vote.
According to Travala’s website, “we are proud to be the leading cryptocurrency-friendly accommodation booking platform.”
Users can currently make payments with 77 cryptocurrencies, including the meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOG) and the newly listed SHIB.
The cryptocurrency-friendly travel service announced earlier this month that its total revenue for November was $7.2 million, up 683 percent year over year. Furthermore, in November, cryptocurrencies were used to pay for 82 percent of all bookings.
The Shiba inu cryptocurrency’s acceptance rate has constantly been increasing. The cryptocurrency exchanges Kraken and Gemini gained support for SHIB in November. This month, Newegg will accept Shiba inu payments, while AMC Theatres will accept SHIB payments in the first quarter of next year.
Meanwhile, admirers of the Shiba Inu have petitioned for Robinhood, the popular buying and selling platform, to take SHIB simply. Five hundred forty-four thousand three hundred four signatures have been collected as of this writing.