BTour Chain Now Listed on LA Token
We are delighted to announce that BTour Chain has achieved a significant milestone by having its BTour token listed on the LA Token Exchange Platform. This achievement follows the successful completion of its Initial Exchange Offering (IEO). LA Token is a rapidly growing decentralized crypto exchange that aims to establish itself as a leader in liquidity for new tokens. Notably, it secured a spot in CoinmarketCap’s top 20 crypto exchanges in March 2019.
The project enjoys tremendous support from international advisors, including distinguished individuals like Subin Pinkayan, former Minister of Commerce of Thailand; H.E. Zulfiquar Z. Ghadiyali, CEO, ADIP, Office of H.H. Sheikh Saeed bin Zayed Al Nahyan; Suh Nam Pyo, Former Head of Mechanical Engineering at MIT; Noeleen Heyzer, Former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Secretary of UNESCAP; Kenzo Heroki, Former high-ranking official at the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism, along with many other prominent officials from over thirteen countries.
BTour Chain’s strategy involves utilizing smart devices like Cryptocurrency ATMs/kiosks and PoS systems to gather valuable tourist data, including traffic flow and consumption patterns. This data is then subjected to in-depth analysis using big data technology, resulting in accurate and reliable insights. The distribution of this information employs blockchain technology, benefitting both tourists and tour element suppliers (TES) by enabling personalized marketing strategies. This innovative approach addresses various challenges in the current tourism industry, such as the lack of trust, high transaction costs associated with cross-border settlements and payments, exchange rate fluctuations, and issues with reward point conversions for tourists.
Beyond being profit-oriented, the ecosystem developed by BTour Chain encompasses a strong sense of philanthropy. The project commits to donating a portion of its profits to support the idea of Global Good. Tourists themselves can contribute through the BTour Chain Philanthropy system, which channels donations to institutions and foundations engaged in preserving world heritage and assisting communities affected by water-related disasters.
Looking ahead, BTour Chain has ambitious plans to expand its service coverage to more than ten countries by the end of 2020, in collaboration with international advisory groups. Additionally, it aims to engage in discussions with prestigious organizations like UNESCO and other international tourism-related entities to enhance philanthropic efforts. Furthermore, the launch of the BTour Exchange platform is on the horizon, promising exciting opportunities for the project’s future growth and success.
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