Japanese low-budget airline Peach Aviation will eventually accept BTC payments once markets calm down, denying rumors that the plan was abandoned #NEWS
Singapore Airlines is looking to bring Blockchain to the fore in overhauling its airmiles capabilities this year. #NEWS
Singapore’s largest airline operator is turning to blockchain technology to boost spending of its loyalty program air miles.
Japan’s leading low-cost airline, Peach Aviation, has been working to implement a bitcoin payment system. Recently, there were reports that the company may be rethinking its bitcoin strategy following the recent hack of a major Japanese cryptocurrency exchange. Peach Aviation and its bitcoin exchange partner have clarified their position. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for […]
Bitcoin has grabbed the attention of many this year, and that’s hardly surprising given its meteoric rise in price. Despite today’s 25% pullback following the Coinbase Bitcoin Cash insider trading debacle, the cryptocurrency has still performed amazingly in 2017. Starting out the year at around $1,000 its price has surged to around a disbelief-inspiring $13,900 […]
These days bitcoiners can do a whole lot more with their ‘digital gold’ as there’s a broad range of merchants opting to accept bitcoin every day. Now this week one of the leading “All-You-Can Fly” air travel providers, Surf Air, has announced it is accepting bitcoin and ethereum for monthly memberships and charters. Also read: “Only […]
According to the airline’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Sudhin Shahani, the disruptive and progressive technologies like Bitcoin and Ethereum complement their vision of disrupting and changing the way the world sources, …
Surf Air will accept bitcoin and ethereum to pay for its tickets going forward.
New patent filings from General Electric suggest that it is looking at blockchain as part of a wider aircraft monitoring and maintenance system.
Air transport IT firm SITA has released a white paper detailing how airlines and airports could use smart contracts for shared control of data.
How Blockchain tech comes to the commercial airline transportation industry.
One of the world’s largest airlines is looking at how it can apply blockchain tech to track workflows within its aircraft maintenance systems.
A major Russian airline is reportedly using blockchain to issue tickets as part of a bid to streamline its back office processes. Source
Peach Airlines is set to accept cryptocurrency for travel ticket purchases by end of the year and plans to install ATMS in Japan airports.
On May 22, Japan’s Peach Aviation announced it will soon start accepting Bitcoin as a legitimate form of payment. Peach will even go a step further and install Bitcoin ATMs in all of the airports within Japan. This move suggests the acceptance of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, and it might also help with attracting even more tourists […]