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Blockchain was the innovation that made this new system of money, known as cryptocurrency, become possible. Blockchain emerged back in 2009 with the launch of Bitcoin itself, and people were quick to realize that this decentralized, peer-to-peer network was the real innovation. Since then, hundreds of blockchain protocols have emerged, expanding the capabilities of decentralized money beyond all recognition.

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How Web3 Can Revolutionize Booking and Refund Policies

Web3 has caused those involved to view the world differently. While they are standard foundations now, the thought of having a globally available, borderless and government-less currency would have been unthinkable just a short time ago. With the exception perhaps of gold bars, this has been impossible (however, gold bars are a bit more difficult to transfer instantly). Yet now a thriving Web3 ecosystem has many different exchanges, both centralized and decentralized. Likewise, the role of smart contracts can simply not be overstated. Smart contracts have created a world where trust does not have to be verified because it can be removed from the equation entirely. A neutral party that is completely transparent, has no motivation, nor the ability to change the way it executes the contract. This enables complete strangers from different parts of the world to have complete confidence in a business transaction.

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Agnostic Nature of Blockchain Technology 'Makes It the Ideal Foundation for Global Travel Industry' — Pablo Castillo

Although the travel industry is said to be in great need of digital innovation, according to Pablo Castillo, the CTO of the blockchain-based travel firm Chain4travel, “aviation is the most obvious sector to innovate with blockchain.” To support this assertion, Castillo, a former group CIO of Hotelplan Group, pointed to the aviation sector’s outdated technological infrastructures as well as its lack of standardized data.

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Revolutionizing Tourism with Web3: A Landmark Partnership Between Camino Network, DCM Swiss, 1World Online, and Web3-Solutions

In an unprecedented, opportunity-driven move, four innovative companies in the travel and marketing sectors — Camino Network, initiated by Chain4Travel, DCM Swiss, 1World Online, and Web3-Solutions — have come together to announce a landmark partnership.

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DER Touristik Online, Lufthansa Group & Chain4Travel power sustainable aviation on Camino Network

DER Touristik Online and Lufthansa Group have joined forces with the web3 startup Chain4Travel to organize the very first web3 & travel hackathon. This collaboration has yielded remarkable results, producing Proof of Concepts powered by Camino Network technology in a matter of days.

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Embracing Blockchain as a Means of Redefining the Travel Industry’s Existing Security Setup

The travel sector is undeniably one of the most dynamic markets in the world. However, due to this space being plagued by archaic booking and privacy processes, it is in need of a major makeover. In this regard, many experts believe that blockchain technology has the power to usher in this change since it is capable of introducing a level of transactional security, operational smoothness, and data relay, not thought to be possible previously.

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Camino Network: Redefining Travel And Tourism With Web 3 Technology

Blockchain has much potential to bring positive changes to the travel and tourism industry, just like it did in finance, but it’s not talked about enough. The travel and tourism industry makes up about 7.6% of the global economy, which is a massive $7 trillion market. Ignoring the potential of new technologies in this sector means missing out on what it could become.

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The Travel Industry Might Be Web3’s Greatest Opportunity for Mass Adoption

Perhaps what is needed is a use case that leans hard on all the strengths of Web3, that is applicable to a massive, global audience of all demographics, and that can incorporate Web3 almost in the background instead of an “in your face” approach. And this is where the travel industry may just be the Web3 hero we’ve needed.

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Ιntroducing the Camino Network Foundation: Revolutionizing the travel industry with blockchain innovation

Established in May this year, the Camino Network Foundation has set its sights on supporting the development of the Camino Network, the world’s first Layer 1 blockchain designed exclusively for the travel industry.

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The Symbiosis of Competition: A Deep Dive into the Travel Industry

The travel industry is a fascinating ecosystem, a bustling marketplace where fierce competition and symbiotic relationships coexist. Unlike other sectors, the travel industry is a conglomerate of various services that must seamlessly integrate to deliver a singular product: an unforgettable experience. This unique dynamic has given rise to innovative solutions like Camino Network, a layer-1 blockchain that fosters collaboration among industry players while maintaining a competitive edge.

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Blockchain in Travel: Paving the Way for Industry-Wide Adoption

With its labyrinth of intermediaries, lack of pricing transparency, and reliance on outdated technology, the travel market seems ripe for a blockchain-driven revolution.

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Camino Network Review [2023] | A Web3 Travel Ecosystem

In this review, we explain what Camino Network is, its goals within the travel industry, how it intends to achieve them, and how its technology could permanently change how the travel industry works. That also includes the benefits offered to the project’s users, partners, and node operators. Along the way, we will also consider its pros, cons, and what it has to offer to those who choose to build within its ecosystem.

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Sleap.io: First Hotel Booking Platform on Blockchain

Founded by travel tech entrepreneur Michael Ros, and utilizing the next-gen Camino Network technology, Sleap.io aims to redefine travel by bridging the gap between traditional hospitality and the expanding world of web3.

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5 Promising Blockchain Layer-1 Networks To Watch In 2023

There has been a lot of talk in the blockchain industry of the need for “industry-specific” chains that are customized to handle very specialized applications, and that is precisely the focus of Camino Network.

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Should Each Industry Build Its Own Blockchain Ecosystem?

Blockchain holds many promises for the future economy. We picture DeFi platforms, DAO-controlled ecosystems, the Web3 metaverse, Play-to-Earn gaming, and NFT-driven marketplaces. This is all incredibly important, and is getting closer to a mainstream reality every day.

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Lufthansa, Eurowings, other travel industry players push forward with Web3

After a new travel-focused blockchain hit the scene, major players in the industry are beginning to pivot to integrate Web3 technology.

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Chain4Travel Launches Camino Network to Implement Web3 in the Travel Industry

The Swiss startup Chain4Travel has announced the launch of the Camino Network mainnet, a public but permissioned blockchain designed for the global travel industry. The company says that the network is backed by major airlines like Lufthansa, Eurowings, Hahn Air, plus a host of other hotel and car rental chains. The project’s goal is to make the travel industry more efficient by using blockchain to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps) that would improve interoperability between the various participants.

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Travel goes Web3: How this blockchain is leading the way

Industry pioneers designed a blockchain for the specific needs of travelers and related businesses in the Web3 era.

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The Travel Industry Is Using Blockchain to Build A Digital Thread

One of the first pioneering uses of an entire industry banding together for a common goal on blockchain is the travel industry, and its creation of the Camino Network. This is a chain designed to collectively provide travel services to customers and businesses in a cooperative way, globally, and across all travel services.

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Why Blockchain’s Public and Permissioned Infrastructure Is Changing The Way We Do Business

There is something profound about transparency. Being able to share what is happening, being able to see what is happening, and being able to ensure that what you see is what you get. This is true in relationships, in public figures, and in business. And while it would be amazing to have our politicians’ actions fully transparent, that might take a bit longer to realize. However, at least in a business environment, technology is enabling true transparency via the use of blockchain.

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Travel tech provider Triend sets new standard for web3 reviews on Camino Network

UK based web3 company, Triend, implements a new standard for travel reviews on the consortium Camino blockchain facilitated by Chain4Travel. This new development will enable more transparent and secure reviews, addressing some of the major problems presented by current review systems.

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Chain4Travel hits target for €5.2m private pre-sale of Camino crypto tokens

More than 300 companies and private investors from Europe, Asia, North and South America and Australia participated in the sale.

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Startup stage: Chain4Travel prepares to launch blockchain run by travel industry

Founded by Peakwork CEO Ralf Usbeck, Chain4Travel is the facilitator of the Camino consortium blockchain and has more than 50 supporters from the travel industry. Travel companies can join the presale of the Camino token until Sept. 23. Down the road, Camino will be operated and managed by travel industry partners. To enable this decentralized approach, Chain4Travel AG will transfer the entire intellectual property rights as well as the financial reserves to a dedicated foundation.

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Swiss Travel Startup Chain4Travel Raises $4.5 Million for Blockchain

Swiss startup Chain4Travel argues that hotels need to be on the blockchain bandwagon, and just raised its first round of venture capital to help prove it. Based in Baar, about 35 miles from Zurich, the company raised about $4.5 million (4.3 million Swiss francs) to develop blockchain technology to process travel purchases, from hotel rooms to microtransactions like a cup of coffee on an airline flight. Supporting data like maps, Covid policy updates, and regional tourism information will be available in the form of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, a piece of digital data, stored on a blockchain-based network, that can be bought and sold.

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Chain4Travel lands £3.6M in funding for blockchain platform

Chain4Travel has raised seed funding of £3.6 million for the development of its blockchain-based travel platform, known as Camino. The Switzerland-based business was launched by Ralf Usbeck, who previously founded TravelTainment and Peakwork, Thomas Stirnimann, former CEO of Hotelplan, and Pablo Castillo, former CIO of Hotelplan.

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Camino is the travel industry blockchain. Fueled by the Camino token, it is offering a versatile network to expand current business models and to create new touristic products to delight travelers and business partners.