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Table of Contents
The Travel Industry & Its Problems
More Stamps Global - The Solution
About MSG Company
MSG’S Features - The MSG Online Travel Platform
MSG Payment Gateway
MSG Mobile App
MSG Public Crowdsale
What We Offer To MSG Token Holders
MSG Token Ecosystem
MSG Exchange Listing
Team & Advisors
Risks, KYC & AML Procedures
The travel booking sector, which powers the global $7.6 trillion tourism industry, is today plagued by
signiﬁcant challenges. The increasing dominance by Global Distribution Systems (GDSs) and Online
Travel Agencies (OTAs) is forcing global travellers to pay increasingly higher commissions on all
airline, hotel and car rental bookings. At the same time, the sector is completely ignoring the revolu-
tionary potential of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies to lower travel costs, improve book
ing processes, and supply customers with a tailor-made travel experience.
More Stamps Global (MSG) is aiming to pioneer the tourism sector’s blockchain revolution via a
unique travel booking platform designed to make travel cheaper, safer and fully adapted to customer
needs. By harnessing the power of blockchain, bookings and payments are executed cheaper, faster
and more securely than with existing travel platforms and OTAs. Bookings are secured on the
The Travel Industry & Its Problems
The travel industry is playing and increasingly large role in powering global economic growth. Its total
direct and indirect contribution to global GDP was $8.27 trillion in 2017, up from $6.32 trillion in
As the economic of the Asia Paciﬁc region, Africa and Latin America grow larger, increasingly larger
numbers of outbound tourists have begun experience local, national and international travel. Chinese
overseas tourists alone have increased from 12.1 million in 2001 to 156 million in 2018, a rise of
WTO data shows international tourist arrivals (meaning individual trips outside of a home country)
reached 1.32 billion in 2017, a 7% increase YOY.
Projections are that international tourist arrivals will surpass 1.8 billion in 2030. The most tech-savvy
demographic segment in international tourism, namely millennials, is also the fastest growing one.
Travellers aged 18-29 accounted for 23% of international arrivals and $308 billion in spending in
2016. This demographic is known to be the most keen in terms of cryptocurrency adoption and
On the background of this strong growth trend, the tourist industry, and particularly the segment of
travel booking, continues to be affected by a number of signiﬁcant challenges. These include:
The GDS Stranglehold
- The travel booking sector is held hostage by Global Distribution
Systems (GDSs). A GDS is a computerised network system that enables transactions between travel
industry service providers (airlines, hotels, car rental companies etc.) and travel agencies. GDSs allow
agents to access scheduling and inventory of hotels, airlines, car rentals in real time. ...
loyalty programs to encourage repeated use of their services, giving customers regular discounts and
other beneﬁts in return. Almost every one of the world’s estimate 5,000 airlines has a frequent ﬂyer
program, each administered individually. There are in addition programs run by hotel chains, car
rental agencies, booking platforms and others. For a regular traveller, this means keeping track of
loyalty points and rewards for potentially many airlines, a burdensome and time-consuming process.
The result is that as of 2017 there were 48 trillion unredeemed reward points worth $360 billion
globally. In addition, there are an estimate 15 trillion air miles outstanding worldwide. Travellers are
therefore not fully beneﬁtting from these programs due to the inefﬁciency in tracking and managing
- The variation in pricing for the same travel service can vary extremely
from online platform (up to 100s of %) to online platform. The resul...
MSG - The solution
Taking Travel Into The Blockchain Age
MSG aims to solve the travel booking industry’s challenges via a strategic ecosystem to offer better
travel deals, hotel bookings, and ﬂight booking services. By creating a seamless UI experience with
our online platform and mobile app, we deliver discounts on all travel-related services to users, all
payable with 40 different cryptocurrencies and the MSG token.
MSG eliminates travel intermediate commissions, securing booking options for customers with regu
lar 10% to 30% discounts. In addition, MSG aims to offer a one-stop platform where to manage all
your travel activities - including hotel/ﬂight search, booking, trip management, loyalty program man
agement, and destination information.
We deliver regular
10% to 30% discounts
on all travel-related
services to users, all payable with
40 different cryptocurrencies
and the MSG token. With an inventory of more than 250,000
About MSG Company
Msg & Hungary - A Crypto-friendly Jurisdiction
MSG is a limited liability company incorporated under Hungarian law.
More Stamps Global Kft.
Wesselényi Utca 66, Ground Floor 1, 1077, Budapest, Hungary
MSG has chosen to incorporate in Hungary as it is widely considered a crypto-friendly jurisdiction.
A Revolution In The Global Economy
Blockchain promises to change the global economic landscape forever. All activities connected to
how money is invested, saved or transferred stand to gain from the use of this novel technology.
More and more sectors are adopting Blockchain for money transfers, trade ﬁnance, real estate,
diamond mining, insurance, and many others. Global multinationals, including Microsoft, Oracle and
Banco Santander, are developing Blockchain applications to streamline and improve business opera
tions. The global market for blockchain technology is projected to grow from $411.5 million to $7.68
Billion by 2022, a growth rate of more than 79.6% per year.
Blockchain could be the deﬁnitive solution to the world’s growing tourism and travel problems. That
is due to its fundamental operational advantages, including:
The Immutable Ledger
- Blockchain is a decentralised distributed ledger of transactions,
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