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Travel tech provider Triend sets new standard for web3 reviews on Camino Network

Triend provides a new global decentralised review standard based on trust, personalisation and ownership with the aim to reshape reviews for customers and businesses globally.

ZUG, SWITZERLAND – UK based web3 company, Triend, implements a new standard for travel reviews on the consortium Camino blockchain facilitated by Chain4Travel. This new development will enable more transparent and secure reviews, addressing some of the major problems presented by current review systems.

Triend provides a new global decentralised review standard based on trust, personalisation and ownership with the aim to reshape reviews for customers and businesses globally.

This new blockchain-based system allows for a more transparent, secure, and trustworthy evaluation of products and services. Triend transforms reviews into digital assets, that are owned and governed by users which creates a new, trusted standard by decentralised ownership. The decentralised nature is one of the key benefits of web3 reviews. The reviewer is identified as the owner of the asset which results in greater transparency and accountability. This new approach also incentivises users to post reviews by rewarding them with token-based payments, promoting greater transparency and authenticity. By posting reviews and interacting with other users, reviewers can also earn points that can be redeemed for rewards.

Triend’s review platform goes beyond just decentralised reviews, with a focus on providing a contemporary approach to review discovery. The platform prioritises important metrics such as sustainability, safety and authenticity, aligning with the values and needs of today’s discerning travelers.

For businesses, Triend offers a comprehensive solution to collect detailed feedback and gain a greater understanding of customer preferences, which will ultimately drive customer satisfaction. The new technical approach encourages new business models around the importance of review data. Triend has designed a seamless integration for travel companies with its one-line code plug-in, providing access to powerful review tools that can drive direct sales. This presents a valuable opportunity for companies to explore the advantages of Web3 technology and experiment with its features.

Ralf Usbeck, Co-Founder and CEO at Chain4Travel, said: “We are delighted to have one more powerful solution on Camino that adds value for travel companies and travelers. Travel reviews are of significant importance in retail travel. Triend will bring a great new approach to the entire network.”

Matthew Hairsnape, Co-Founder and CEO at Triend, explained: “’It is evident that the current review industry is plagued with numerous issues and we believe that Triend can bring a new era of trust to both travelers and businesses. After conducting a thorough evaluation of various blockchains, we are confident we have made the right choice to partner and embark on this adventure with Camino Network. Their focus and expertise on the specific requirements of the travel industry is what sets them apart and gives us the assurance that we are in good hands.”

The number of offers and solutions planned on Camino for the travel industry is constantly increasing. This exciting new review standard is the perfect match for the dApps and product portfolio available on the new network, leveraging interactive exchange and trade between partners and end consumers. The Camino blockchain will go live shortly.

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Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.

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