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UK’s GOeureka uses blockchain-driven platform to book hotels

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GOeureka has a selection of 400,000 hotels for users to choose from when selecting a room to book, and that number is just the beginning. The platform helps hotel room-searchers cut to the chase, giving them the savings and rewards directly and successfully reducing the cost and other middlemen that comes with booking a hotel through other services.

The hotel booking platform, a blockchain powered platform built on the Ethereum network, has released the alpha soft version of their platform and is about to launch its main platform that will give customers from various cities the opportunity to book hotels as easy as possible. With over 400,000 hotels listed on the platform, the developers are set to add more as time goes on.

The Ethereum network which this blockchain powered online booking platform has been built on eliminates the need for middlemen, enabling the platform and all customers to directly get access to loyalty rewards and benefits.

The Problem With The Online Hotel Booking Industry

There are tons of online booking sites, some have achieved higher popularity than others, but all providing exactly the same features. Most of these popular online booking sites charge about 10 to over 30% on all rooms that are booked. Asides from the outrageous fees charged, this fee is received by these sites through the backend, thus, offering customers making this payments little or no transparency. Currently, the fee for each hotel room now depends on the booking site, the type of transaction that is carried out, and the wholesaler.

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