Chicago-based Liberty Travel, a travel app that lets travelers pay for airfare and hotel rooms in Bitcoin, is now available in the U.S. and Canada.
Liberty Travel lets travelers book hotels, air travel and taxis in Bitcoin via an online booking platform.
Bitcoin can be bought and sold on the platform.
Liberty travel is also offering free credit card processing for Bitcoin purchases made on the company’s platform.
It has a dedicated Bitcoin exchange where customers can buy and sell Bitcoin.
Bitcoin was used to fund Liberty Travel for more than three years, the company said in a statement.
Its founder, Ryan O’Leary, founded Liberty Travel with his brother Michael in 2009.
Since then, the firm has expanded to more than 200 countries and territories.
Liberty Travel launched a Bitcoin-based hotel booking platform in 2015, offering a $10 fee for reservations made in Bitcoin.
Liberty is now offering free processing for all Bitcoin transactions made on its platform.
This includes payments made with Bitcoin for hotel reservations, car rentals and other travel-related services.
Bitcoin can be used to pay for travel expenses, such as hotel room reservations, taxi rides, or taxi fare payments, according to Liberty Travel’s website.
It also allows travelers to buy Bitcoin and transfer the money to their bank accounts.
Bitcoin payments on Liberty Travel can be made in U.N. currencies, such a Euros, Euros, U.K. pounds, and U.A. dollars.
Liberty’s customers can also pay in other currencies, including the Chinese yuan, Japanese yen, and Canadian dollars.
Liberia Travel is offering a special discount for U.B.T. Bitcoin customers.
Bitcoin transactions in Liberia Travel are automatically processed in Bitcoin using an automated bitcoin payment processor.
Liberty says it has the technology to automate the processing process.
Liberian tourists are not the only ones using Liberty Travel.
Bitcoin users in China, India, Japan, the Philippines, and the U,K.
have also used the platform to buy and trade Bitcoin, according the company.
Liberty said it has more than 1 million customers in all countries and that it will expand to more countries over the coming months.
Liberty has been testing its new payment platform with passengers from several U.M. students, according a statement on the website.
The company said it will begin accepting U.C. students in May 2018.