New York — Tech thinkers from corporate travel agencies, airlines, investment firms and others gathered Wednesday for the first Blockchain In Travel Summit, hosted by JetBlue Ventures. The consensus was consensus. For blockchain to improve how travel companies work with each other, it’s all about collaboration.

These are early days. Speakers here and also during a Business Travel News-hosted webinar in January compared blockchain with the early 1990s Internet. Lots of potential and poised to make a big impact.

Do corporate travel professionals need to understand how it works? Not so much. Should they pay attention to . . .

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