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  • Walmart’s global chief technology officer (CTO) Suresh Kumar believes cryptocurrencies will be a "major" source of disruption in the future, particularly in how customers pay for both virtual and physical products.
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    RPreston007

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    Re: Cryptocurrency Will Become a "Major" Payment Disruptor: Walmart CTO
    « Reply #1 on: November 12, 2022, 07:26:04 PM »
    In an interview with Yahoo Finance, Walmart (WMT) CTO Suresh Kumar said that crypto will be a major disrupter in the future of retail. One of the world's largest retailers, Walmart has been expanding into the newest form of e-commerce. "Crypto will become an important part of how customers transact," Kumar said

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    Re: Cryptocurrency Will Become a "Major" Payment Disruptor: Walmart CTO
    « Reply #2 on: November 12, 2022, 07:26:44 PM »
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    It's very interesting to see Walmart's CTO recognise the potential impact of cryptocurrencies on the future of commerce. I completely agree that they will be a major disruptor, especially in the area of payment methods for both virtual and physical goods. In fact, I recently experienced first-hand how easy and straightforward it is to use cryptocurrencies for transactions. I ordered a suit from a London boutique through their made to measure suit and paid with bitcoin. The process was incredibly simple and I didn't have to deal with the hassle of traditional payment methods. Plus, the benefits of using bitcoin, such as low transaction fees and faster processing times, made it even more appealing. It's exciting to see how cryptocurrencies will continue to revolutionise the way we buy and sell goods in the future!

     

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