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Book Accommodation with DOT

More than 2,200,000 Hotels & Accommodations ready to be purchased in DOT

13 Dec 2022
14 Dec 2022
2 Adults - 0 Children
1 room

What is DOT?

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Founded in 2016, Polkadot is a blockchain protocol that connects an entire network of purpose-built blockchains, allowing them to operate seamlessly together at scale. Described as a “blockchain of blockchains”, Polkadot is designed to ‘join the dots’ of other networks by enabling users to build, host, and connect blockchains. Polkadot’s aim is to act as a framework for all blockchains, so developer time, talent, and resources can be dedicated elsewhere.

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Polkadot believes there should be “Less Trust More Truth”. They envision a web where a user’s identity and data is their own - safely secured from any central authority. To do this, Polkadot plans to enable a completely decentralized web where users are in control. In doing so, they seek to free society from its reliance on a broken web where large institutions can violate user trust.


Polkadot is the flagship project of the Web3 Foundation, a Swiss Foundation founded to facilitate a fully functional and user-friendly decentralized web. It was created by ex-Ethereum CTO Gavin Wood, Robert Habermeier and Peter Czaban.

Dr. Gavin Wood
Dr. Gavin Wood

Gavin began originating blockchain technology as co-founder and CTO of Ethereum. He invented fundamental components of the blockchain industry, including Solidity, Proof-of-Authority consensus, and Whisper. At Parity, Gavin currently leads innovation on Substrate and Polkadot. He coined the term Web 3.0 in 2014 and serves as President of Web3 Foundation.

Robert Habermeier
Robert Habermeier

Robert Habermeier is a Thiel Fellow and co-founder of Polkadot. He has a research and development background in blockchains, distributed systems, and cryptography. A longtime member of the Rust community, he has focused on leveraging the language’s features to build highly parallel and performant solutions.

Peter Czaban
Peter Czaban

Peter is the Technology Director of the Web3 Foundation, where he works on supporting the development of the next generation of distributed technologies. He obtained his Masters of Engineering degree at the University of Oxford, reading Engineering Science where he focused on Bayesian Machine Learning. He has worked across defense, finance and data analytics industries, working on mesh networks, distributed knowledge bases, quantitative pricing models, machine learning and business development.

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DOT Use Cases

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DOT has numerous use cases, among which is the ability to book over 3,000,000 travel products on, including hotels, homes, flights, and activities. With accommodation in over 230 countries and territories, 600+ airlines, and more than 400,000 activities,’s selection provides travelers with extensive choice when booking with DOT.’s intuitive booking experience is designed to be familiar and simple to navigate. Travelers simply choose their desired travel product(s), enter their details, and select from the variety of available payment options, including traditional credit and debit cards, DOT, and 90+ other cryptocurrencies.


More Use Cases

Not traveling anytime soon? No problem! The use cases of DOT extend beyond the platform.

Not traveling anytime soon? No problem! The use cases of DOT extend beyond the platform.


Staking is a consensus model that holds funds in a crypto wallet to support the operations of a blockchain network. It works by rewarding users for staking their coins. Honest stakers are rewarded while bad actors lose their stake.


Polkadot uses a sophisticated governance mechanism that allows it to evolve over time. Decisions are made by those in the Polkadot community, voted on through the use of DOT. Changes can include determining network fees, voting on overall network upgrades, and the deployment or removal of parachains. Anyone who holds DOT can vote for proposed changes.


Polkadot’s unique ecosystem provides DeFi applications with unrivaled speed, scalability, and perhaps more importantly, interoperability. Because of this, some teams have begun to deploy their infrastructure on top of DeFi chains rather than building their own native parachain.

How to Pay with DOT

Visit and search for a hotel, home, flight, or other travel product by entering your destination and dates.

Select your desired choice from the available options.

Enter the required traveller details.

Select Crypto as your payment method, then select DOT.

Click Complete Reservation. In your DOT wallet, input the generated address by scanning the provided QR code or by copying the text. Ensure that the exact DOT amount is entered and send the payment.

Click Payment sent. Your transaction will be processed, and you will receive a confirmation email once your voucher or e-ticket is available.

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What is a Parachain?

A parachain is a feature of the Polkadot multi-chain network. It is considered a simpler form of blockchain. A parachain works by attaching to the security provided by a Relay Chain rather than providing its own. By doing this, all parachains benefit from the Relay Chain’s base features.

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