NFT Marketplace TravelX Launches With Tickets From Low-Cost Argentinian Airline Flybondi

Nft marketplace travelx launches with tickets from low-cost argentinian airline flybondi

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Facundo Martín Diaz, co-founder & chief blockchain officer of NFT marketplace TravelX, shares his insights on a partnership with low-cost Argentinian airline Flybondi to offer tokenized flight tickets.

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