Blockchain projects making use of smart contracts are running wild at the minute and Dtravel is the latest to do so.

Dtravel is a platform that lets property managers and hosts deal directly with travellers without the middleman. This means that property managers can manage things like price and stay duration all through the power of a smart contract that is specific to the property.

The company makes their revenue with a 5% booking fee that is processed through the smart contract. At the moment, hosts are receiving the cost of the fees in Dtravel's own utility token, TRVL. Does this mean that big name players like AirBnb will be using blockchain tech next?