Shaping Blockchain for Tourism

They say that 2019 will be the year in which many of the blockchain initiatives will emerge from their testing phase and take shape.

Yet some doubts still remain, concerning the costs vs. the benefits of adopting this technology, its multiple fields of application and whether or not tourism is the most appropriate industry for this decentralized model and tends to be the safest for conceiving and using registers and contracts.

Whether it is the traceability of a booking, the ID of a passenger or a piece of baggage, just like a transnational payment, the blockchain makes the exchange of a chain of information possible and accessible to everyone, with numerous advantages for the traveller as well as for the tour operator.

Will this really be the year in which the tourist marketplace finds a designated use of the blockchain?

What form is it taking in this industry of ours? We are discussing this with some of the most committed players on this front.

BTO11 | Shaping Blockchain for Tourism

Intro and Moderator:
Edoardo Colombo Innovation advisor

Luca Moschini Trentino Holidays
Alessandro SaninoThe Tryvium Company

Maksim Izmaylov Winding Tree

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