VAYK Set To Begin Generating Revenue In 2022 From Trillion Dollar Tourism Industry
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vaycaychella, Inc. (OTC Pink: VAYK) today announced the company expects to begin generating revenue in 2022. The company has established a physical pilot financing the entrepreneurial purchase and operation of short-term rental properties that can be listed on Apps such as Airbnb and VRBO. The pilot has been scaled with the introduction of the Vaycaychella App that allows entrepreneurs to list properties in combination with presenting their own talent in order to find investors interested in backing the purchase and launch of a short-term rental business.
The tourism industry is a trillion-dollar market even during the Covid pandemic. Before Covid the tourism industry was approaching $2 trillion.
VAYK plans to launch a Version 2.0 of its Vaycaychella P2P Alternative Short-Term Vacation Rental Property Purchase Application by the end of this year.
The Vaycaychella App Version 2.0 is designed to include the opportunity for short-term vacation rental property buyers to launch their own cryptocurrencies to sell and raise funds for purchases and renovations.
VAYK management is targeting multiple revenue generating opportunities to include App fees, advertising, and financing commissions. Management anticipates generating revenue from multiple sources and evolving the revenue model in response to what they learn as the business grows.
To learn more and keep up with the latest updates at Vaycaychella, and to access the Vaycaychella App, visit https://www.vaycaychella.com/.
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William “Bill” Justice