Walmart Online Shopping on Coinified.com has announced that it is now accepting Bitcoin Cash as payment.
The company has been developing its Bitcoin Cash payment processor platform for more than a year and has been working with major retail and consumer brands like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.
Walmart has also been expanding its Bitcoin payment processor infrastructure to the United States and Europe, and will begin accepting Bitcoin as payment on July 17th.
The Wal-Mart online shopping platform allows customers to shop at all major US retailers, including Best Buy and Walmart, with Bitcoin Cash or other digital currencies.
Wal-Mart is the largest retailer in the US, with approximately 25,000 employees, and serves nearly 60 million customers every month.
The online shopping giant has been testing various Bitcoin Cash options, including a free one-week trial and a subscription service that allows customers pay-with-Bitcoin.
WalMart’s decision to accept Bitcoin Cash has drawn criticism from Bitcoin Core developers, who said that the new payment processor is not the first and will not be the last.
The developers, Core developers and community members have argued that the Wal-Marts move to accept a payment protocol that does not use Bitcoin as the primary currency is an important step in the right direction for Bitcoin.
Walmarts decision to adopt Bitcoin Cash comes just two days after it announced that the online grocery retailer would begin accepting bitcoin in September.
Bitcoin Cash is a decentralized digital currency that is based on the Bitcoin blockchain, which is a publicly accessible ledger.
The currency is mined and distributed through computer algorithms.
Walton’s decision will make it the first retailer to accept digital currencies, and the first one to offer a free trial for the currency.
The Wal-Walmart online grocery store will also accept bitcoin at no charge, with Wal-mart also launching a Bitcoin Cash free trial at some of its other retailers.
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