InfraCoins embraces this technology to open a decentralized marketplace in the hotel booking and property sector. InfraCoins.com will challenge the market dominance of online hotel booking aggregators, property brokers, travel agents, and payment processors. InfraCoins provides a platform that charges low transaction fees, as it brings the consumer and producer together with no third party involved, thus providing direct benefit to both the parties.We believe that to a large extent, this is due to the misbalance between the complexity of the technical aspects of the projects and the actual business use of the services that users are not able to validate within a reasonable amount of time after the token sale.
Waiting 2 years for a technology to
be developed and then to begin thinking on how
other businesses can adopt that technology seems
to be a challenging concept.
This is why our goal is to launch a decentralized
engine in combination with a user-friendly
marketplace which will be fully integrated to the
engine as an immediate proof of concept. Using InfraCoins, property owners and travelers in countries across the globe will have
the opportunity to enjoy a transparent and universally applicable platform for listing their
properties for rental or commercial purpose. Also with our INF tokens customers will be able
to book hotels anywhere in the world with low transaction/commission fee.
Today, InfraCoins offers users a fully operational, web-based hotel booking and long-term
rental, listing platform. Our goal is to leverage blockchain technology to ensure a seamless
hotel and rental booking experience which will allow the entire rental application, rental
contracts, booking hotels process and listing to be completed quickly and online. It is still
common practice to complete many tasks manually. This includes prospective landlords,
accepting paper checks or cash, rent payments, releasing of deposits, calling hotels to
confirm if the payment is received, booking is confirmed, etc. In addition, agents and
brokers sometimes charge significant fees for minimal services, and landlords force tenants
to freeze thousands of dollars in rental deposits.