Established Singapore corporation
Whitepaper Public Private Sale, Early Bird Stage implemented
Performed Private Sale
WEB site development started Multilingual correspondence (5 languages)
Technology construction started
a) the necessity of the travel industry to decentralize.
No other industry needs decentralization like the travel sector. World Trip Singapore is launching into a
growing market with enormously untapped
consumer potential. We are going to disrupt the travel industry and unlock the future and change how consumers experience traveling.
The travel industry relies upon different companies, across different sectors of services, passing information between one another, as customers move across the travel value chain, and leave a trail of complex commercial transactions.
The decentralized nature of the blockchain protocol will bring in the seamless integration, agility and speed required between highly centralized systems and enables shared, simultaneous access to the same version of updated data across multiple players, while also enabling diverse points of data entry. It embeds cryptographic protection and a transaction validation mechanism giving all stakeholders a level of trust and data protection not available with other technologies.
b) The balanced diversity of the talented team members and advisors.
The project is carried by a group of talented professionals, that combine years of experience in software development, operations, mobile development, with solid industry experience and successes in blockchain, cryptocurrency travel, hospitality and mobile technology. We are passionate to making traveling easier through technology, and are excited and ready to change how the world experience traveling and hospitality.
World Trip Singapore is the brainchild of our 2 founders: Mr Kazuya Aoyama(Chairman) and Mr Noriaki Murosaki (CEO).
Mr Aoyama is a renowned business consultant and Sansei of an exclusive business merchants association in Japan. During one of the think tank exchange, he met Mr Murosaki who is the founder Airlocker, a successful tech-startup that addresses the worldwide baggage’s tracking and storage solution.
With their expertises in the travel and hospitality, they came out with the concept of World Trip Singapore, an experiential social traveling platform, that is aimed at decentralizing the travel industry currently dominated by OTAs. By eliminating the middleman, through the use of blockchain smart contract, they envisioned a traveling industry that empowers the consumers and business merchants.
With the decision to make Singapore their base for this project, they reached out to local business partners to find the right candidates for the operation, marketing and development of the platform. An strategic partnership was forged with Principal Strategic, one of the most established crypto consultation firm in Singapore and Mr Jason Lam, the founder of Principal Strategic, came onboard the project as a key advisor.
They were introduced to Guy Tan and Danush during an intensive search for suitable candidates who share the same mindsets and passion to front the operation side of the company.
Danushka Adikari, a technology enthusiast and certified smart contract developer, came onboard the project as the CTO of the company, bringing with him invaluable experience from his experience participating in numerous blockchain and cryptocurrency projects. He is currently working on the development of the beta platform that is expected to launch in end January 2019.
Guy Tan is an experienced startup entrepreneur and avid traveler. He came onboard as the COO, who fronted the operation and partnerships development of the business. His knowledge and experience in the Singapore travel industry is a huge contributing factor during the development of the platform.
In additional to that, during a blockchain turn table discussion held in Singapore, visiting
Sanem Avcil, globally renowned blockchain and ICO expert, and Kamal Mustafa, experienced ICO advisor and data scientist, were so impressed with the immerse potential of the project that they came onboard as advisors. With their global exposure and networks, they have added international recognition to the WTS project.
a) Operational Risk: Broader consumer adoption rate of blockchain technology is affected by volatility of cryptocurrency and complexity of technology.
b) Compliance risk: Government regulations of travel industry differs from countries to countries.
c) Scalability risk: ICOs scams affecting investors’ confidence toward strong projects.
d) Competitive risk: Huge OTAs dominance provide a high barrier of entry for startups.
e) Cyber risk: Blockchain is by definition a shared infrastructure and the extent of exposure to cyber crime is largely an unknown.