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Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, to start accepting Bitcoin and crypto payments soon?!
Here’s what we know: Walmart is hiring a “digital currency and cryptocurrency product lead.” The company says it “enables broad set of payment options for its customers” and is developing a “digital currency strategy and product roadmap.”
In the listing for the role, Walmart indicates it is looking for someone who has a track record in leading and scaling businesses, with at least 10 years of experience in product/program management and technology-based product commercialization. The ideal candidate would have expertise in cryptocurrencies and blockchain-related technologies and in-depth knowledge of the crypto ecosystem and its core actors.
In other trending Bitcoin News today: Majority of World’s Top Banks Are Investing in Crypto and Blockchain Companies
A new report from blockchain research firm Blockdata suggests that over half of the world’s biggest banks are getting exposure in crypto and blockchain companies.
The firm says that out of the 100 biggest banks by assets under management (AUM), 55 of them have investments in crypto or blockchain-related businesses, either directly or through subsidiaries.
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