Bitcoin's ability to offer digital cash at a meager fee, which online merchants and others can accept non-reversible and small casual transactions, opens up opportunities not imagined before.
Retail giant Walmart is quietly making a foray into the metaverse, following the footsteps of other multinational companies that have now ventured into virtual goods and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Walmart filed the patent applications on December 30, exploring the development and sale of virtual goods, along with potentially offering its own virtual currency, as well as diving into NFTs.
Centbee has unveiled a new ‘shop’ feature that supports payments at major outlets, from Walmart to Amazon, further giving users more BSV payment options.
A bogus claim that Walmart would accept payments in Litecoin (LTC) has left the media’s reputation in tatters while further sullying the ‘crypto’ sector’s image as a hotbed of crooks and chancers.
A Chinese blockchain association has partnered with local tech company Chongqing Jinwowo Technologies to develop a blockchain-based e-commerce platform.
The week has had everything, from raising millions of dollars in funding, to regulators cracking down on fraudulent projects to adoption by major brands. Oh, and Libra sunk into more problems which led to its backers backing out.
The world’s largest retailer has launched a blockchain platform that will track shrimp exports from India to Sam’s Club locations.
Walmart has patented its own version of stablecoin, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).