A start-up in Ireland is hoping to transform the relationship between airlines and their passengers through their blockchain-based app.

Traveling by plane is all fun and games until your flight gets canceled or delayed. Depending on the airline, affected passengers may also struggle to get their refund or even notification that their flight won’t be on time. An Irish start-up hopes to solve both of these issues through blockchain technology and virtual currencies.

Blockchain and Tokens to Make a Difference
According to the Irish Times, the Travacoin app will not only allow passengers to be notified

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