Cryptocurrency payments are becoming increasingly popular among travellers across the world, with the global crypto market projected to reach US$4.94 billion by 2030 according to Allied Market Research. To accommodate this new trend, luxury resorts are expanding their payment options, the latest being Soneva, which now accepts Bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrencies at its resorts in the Maldives and Thailand.
Soneva has partnered with cryptocurrency payments solutions provider TripleA and payment platform provider Pomelo Pay, the former of which enables Soneva’s guests to make crypto payments without risk of price volatility, offering instant confirmation, locked-in exchange rates and no chargebacks. Used in conjunction with Pomelo Pay, it facilitates cryptocurrency payments using secure QR code and payment link technology.
Bookings can be made directly with Soneva’s reservations department and payment links can be arranged from anywhere in the world.