Hi Navibration community,
We are happy to announce that a new version of the iOS Navibration app has been released with the NAVI wallet functionality included and it can be already downloaded from the App Store!
Now Apple users are able to create or import a wallet and see their NaviCoin balance. In future versions the NaviCoin balance will be used through the app!
This is just the beginning in our objective of creating the Navibration sharing economy.
There will come more exciting news soon. Stay tuned!
Hi Navibration community!
Times flies and we are just one week away from the start of our IEO on ProBit Exchange! After the IEO finishes, Listing of NAVI on ProBit Exchange is also confirmed. You may find all the details here:
To participate, you just have to sign up for an account on ProBit Exchange and complete KYC.
Finally, don’t miss the ProBit referral program because it allows you to get rewards for each person who signs up with your referral code:
We hope to welcome you on board in 7 days!
Dear Navibration community,
We have been recently polishing up the new Navibration app version with the wallet functionality included and we are thrilled to announce that the Android version is now available on Google Play!
This is an amazing milestone accomplished in our roadmap because it means the first great step in our objective of creating the Navibration sharing economy. …
Hi Navibration community!
The big next step in our roadmap is IEO stage, and we are excited to announce that our token sale will be held on ProBit Exchange! Listing of NAVI on ProBit Exchange is also confirmed after the end of the IEO:
ProBit Exchange is a global cryptocurrency exchange that only lists promising, qualified and deserving cryptocurrency projects. ProBit Exchange boasts order matching speed of over 1.5 million orders per second, superb security which supports hardware security keys and a customizable user interface.
Moreover, ProBit Exchange is the first Korean exchange to allow Binance Chain coins and…
After a long absence, here we are again to share some exciting news with our community.
We have been developing a new version of our Navibration app, in which users will be able to create a new wallet or import an existing one; on top of that, users will see their Navicoin balance! This new version will be released in August and it is the first huge step for the Navibration shared economy to become a reality. In future versions, users will be also able to buy the audio tours by paying with their Navicoin balance, always with very special discounts over paying with fiat.
We are a step closer for our token, Navicoin, to play a fundamental role within the Navibration project and the new app version with the wallet included is just the beginning. Stay tuned!
Barcelona is a city of many things.
It is a city of words. So many words.
It is a city full of inspired writers, talented translators, inspired illustrators and gifted business people. Spain has the third largest publishing industry in Europe, publishing approximately 70,000 new titles each year, and Barcelona accounts for around 50% of that output.
April 23rd, el día de Sant Jordi or St George´s Day, when books are bought and given as presents, certainly gives the local publishing industry a huge boost. …
If you are in Barcelona around tomorrow (April 23), you will notice there is a special feeling in the air. Yes, we know! It’s spring! But it’s something more than that. Don’t you have the feeling that love is all around? The stalls selling roses on almost every street corner might be a giveaway. The façade of Casa Batlló is even festooned with roses (see above).
April 23 is a special holiday in Catalonia, Spain. The day itself is St George’s Day. On this day, men traditionally received books from their loved ones and women, in turn, received roses. Legend…
There are lots of reasons to travel and one of them is to try local food.
And we love to try new things. And we hope you will enjoy it. When you are sightseeing with our patented navigation by vibration technology, something we call navibrating, we hope you’ll take a break to try some of these local Easter treats.
Basically, this is a bun with dried fruits and spices which has a cross marked on the top. British people traditionally eat hot cross buns (pictured above) on Good Friday, so look out for them if…
Wherever you are in the world this Good Friday, it is most likely that you will come across at least one temple while you are navibrating. Whatever your beliefs, temples are a quiet and safe haven from the hustle and bustle of life on the street. You can sit, relax and think as you take in the wonders of these (usually) very ornate buildings. Here are what we consider to be some of the most interesting temples you can find in our existing experiences.
People become so wrapped up in the beauties of…
We have already launched experiences for several world cities. You can now navibrate in Athens, Barcelona, Brussels, Hollywood, Madrid, London and Washington D.C.
Let’s look at some of the more unusual Easter traditions you’ll find in these cities?
The people of Brussels are used to the sound of church bells but there are three days when these are oddly silent. On Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday, church bells don’t ring because it is said the bells have gone to Rome to be blessed by the Pope. They return from Rome on Easter Sunday…