Is The Next Generation Of Airline Tickets On The Blockchain? Flybondi Says Yes!

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2 min readSep 27, 2022

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Argentine Airline Flybondi to Introduce NFT Technology Into Its Flight Ticket System

An airline service provider in Argentina, Flybondi, is adopting NFT technology for its ticketing process. The low-cost airline operator has revealed its plan to issue flight tickets as digital tokens.

Source: Cointelegraph.com

The name behind this brilliant concept is Travelx, experts in developing blockchain solutions. This new development will enable Flybondi customers to sell or transfer their digital asset flight tickets to other users three days before the scheduled flight.

Furthermore, customers have the option of buying these new flight tickets via Binance Pay using stablecoins to make payments starting with USDC. Additional stablecoins will be introduced later.

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