Decentralized Travel Booking Marketplace

| March 14, 2018

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This document follows the processes of the Concierge.io design and development and execution. Concierge.io is a decentralized travel booking marketplace that utilizes the NEO blockchain, reducing 3rd party interaction, whilst pledging a transparent operational process. Concierge.io system to the travel industry which connects consumers directly with vendors over the platform, to discuss their deals with no fee or commission associated.

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anonymous society 100% public capital. It was established in 1958, as a public enterprise when it absorbed the then called Aero Club of Cabo Verde. Up to 1984, the company operations were restricted to domestic market for eight (8) of the nine (9) inhabited islands of the archipelago.

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