LockTrips.com Integrates ETN as a Payment Method for its Travel Marketplace

As part of our recently announced partnership with Electroneum, we have now completed the integration of ETN as a payment method on the LockTrip.com travel marketplace.

Holders can now use their ETN to book more than 2.1 million hotels & properties, as well as flights from 1,000 different airlines on the marketplace. Paying with ETN allows customers to save an additional 2% in cost, which would otherwise go to your bank and payment processors.

This is in addition to the amazing savings of up to 60% available on the marketplace, thanks to its unique reverse-auctioning model.

Featured Listing at ETN Everywhere

LockTrip has been listed on ETN Everywhere and is now featured as a top listing among more than 2,000 merchants. This will help ETN holders discover LockTrip as an attractive option to spend their coins at.

ETN Landing Page

Electroneum now has its own landing page, integrated into the LockTrip marketplace. It offers a brief description of what LockTrips.com is and how ETN holders can unlock amazing savings via their holdings.

It also sheds light on the benefits of using ETN instead of paying with a credit card. The landing page will help capture and convert traffic coming from Electroneum and various social media campaigns.

LockTrips.com Landing Page

Similarly, Electroneum has also setup a landing page for their users, which summarizes the key advantages of using LockTrips.com . You can browse it through the link below:

In addition to the perfect match for AnyTask users, they are also hinting at the LockTrip Affiliate Program as an additional source of income. If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask in our Telegram group.

We are looking forward to expanding our partnership even further, as soon as restrictions around the globe are eased and people can start travelling safely.

LockTrips.com is a blockchain-based travel marketplace that allows users to save up to 60% on their bookings by cutting out middlemen. Every booking burns LOC proportionally to its booking value, continuously reducing its total supply.