Thursday, September 4, 2014
CheapAir.com Starts Accepting Litecoin, Dogecoin For Travel
Are you an alternative currency mogul, wishing you could directly spend your Litecoin or Dogecoin cryptocurrency for an airline ticket? Calabasas-based travel booking site CheapAir.com says that it has begun accepting those two cyber-currencies -- which are similar to Bitcoin -- for booking airline flights, hotels, and train seats. CheapAir.com--which has been accepting Bitcoin since November of 2013--says it has seen sales of more than $1.5M for Bitcoin sofar, and is hoping the expansion of payment options will attract more cryptocurrency enthusiasts to its service. The company says it even has a dedicated, support line for those users, for digitla currency travel advice and questions.