One billion tokens readily available for purchase.
American-born retail giant famed for general endorsement of the cutting-edge technologies is welcoming a blockchain-based replacement of the outdated food tracking system.
Bitcoin is entering the stores of American retail giant Walmart, but for now it is available only in the form of chocolate candy wrapped in a gold foil.
While digital industry is flooded by zillions of new startups aiming to solve more or less real-world problems with blockchain tech, there are three projects definitely worth checking out.
In mid January 2018, retail giant Walmart announced that they would be cutting over 1,000 corporate jobs. The reason? To reorient itself in an ever evolving retail environment dominated by ecommerce superstar, Amazon.
Walmart filed a patent application to develop a blockchain processing device to track, register and authenticate items of the payload moving through a supply chain.
Walmart Pay is a mobile payment option developed by Walmart and available at its stores.