AI Travel White Paper

| January 16, 2019

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AI Travel Marketplace is a realization of Blockchain 3.0. Our objective is to make travel industry flat. We provide a marketplace where all travel agencies in the industry can all join to sell their content with one-click publishing and resellers can provide localized service in their home country. Compared to many OTA (Online travel agent) who charges 15-25% of revenue from hotelier, we provide a much affordable solution with Blockchain technology and a common framework, Magento 2 ( an Adobe company ) which enables us to provide services that can be shared and subscribed.

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With access to over 5 million discounted airfares, flexible billing and payment options, and the ability to negotiate rates on your behalf, let Clarity take away the task of arranging business travel and cut your travel spend at the same time. That’s got to be good for business. And that’s not all we’re good at.

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Clarity Travel

With access to over 5 million discounted airfares, flexible billing and payment options, and the ability to negotiate rates on your behalf, let Clarity take away the task of arranging business travel and cut your travel spend at the same time. That’s got to be good for business. And that’s not all we’re good at.

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