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Walmart Seeks Away To Drive Digital Currency Strategy

On Aug. 16, it was reported that U.S. retail giant Walmart was seeking out an experienced crypto expert who can develop and drive a digital ...

On Aug. 16, it was reported that U.S. retail giant Walmart was seeking out an experienced crypto expert who can develop and drive a digital currency strategy and product roadmap for the firm. 

According to the job listing, Walmart is looking for someone with a track record of leading and scaling businesses. They also want at least 10 years of experience in product/program management and tech-based product commercialization. 

Ideally, the candidate should also know a thing or two about crypto, blockchain tech and why JPEGs of poorly drawn pet rocks are selling for absurd prices on Ethereum. Walmart’s future digital currency and crypto product lead will be based in the company’s home office in Bentonville, Arkansas. 

The state has produced talents such as Billy Bob Thornton and Johnny Cash, along with Bill and Hillary Clinton. Team officially reestablishes Dogecoin Foundation after 6 years There was good news for Doge fanatics this week as the Dogecoin Foundation resurfaced after several years of total media silence. According to an announcement on Tuesday, the foundation stated it was reestablishing itself in a bid to support the fiery-eyed Dogecoin (DOGE) community. 

The foundation also said it would be announcing new projects that are centered on encouraging adoption of DOGE and promoting its utility. The project’s website lists Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus and Dogecoin Core developer Max Keller as advisory board members. Furthermore, Tesla CEO and DOGE proponent Elon Musk’s interests may be catered to from the shadows via Neuralink CEO Jared Birchall. It is yet to be revealed if Musk’s “toddler hodler” son has loaded up on DOGE in light of the announcement. 

Coinbase amasses a $4B war chest so it can outlast ‘crypto winter’ Coinbase, the top U.S. crypto exchange, has amassed a cash-based war chest worth $4 billion on the back of two very productive quarters for the firm. The company reportedly expected to use the cash to cover costs incurred by a variety of factors, including conforming to new regulations handed down by the United States legislature.

Coinbase has also announced its official launch in Japan in partnership with banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, while also revealing plans to add $500 million worth of crypto to its balance sheet and invest 10% of all generated profits into digital assets moving forward.

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