Thu, Feb 24, 2011 in News by admin, 1 Comment

Airbnb Hits 1 Million Nights Booked As European Clone Emerges


We’re quite big fans of Airbnb, the “community marketplace for space” here at TechCrunch, and we’re far from the only ones.

This morning, the young company announced that it has hit a fairly big milestone: one million nights have been booked through the service since its launch (including a couple by TechCrunch staff, I might add). Airbnb also says it has registered month-over-month growth of 65% in January 2011.

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Airbnb Hits 1 Million Nights Booked As European Clone Emerges

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