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Walmart Is Seeking Cryptocurrency Product Lead

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America’s most ubiquitous retailer, Walmart has announced on Monday that it is seeking a cryptocurrency product lead that will help the company develop a digital currency strategy.

Walmart said a job ad posted to LinkedIn a few hours ago is "seeking a visionary leader" to fill the so-called digital currency and cryptocurrency product lead position. The person would create a digital currency strategy for the big box store.

"You will be responsible for developing the Digital Currency strategy and product roadmap," the ad said. "As an expert in Digital Currencies/ Cryptocurrency and Blockchain related technologies, you will drive the vision for the product and capabilities roadmap."

The retail store in its ad also said it would expect the crypto expert to " identify crypto-related investment and partnerships."

The ad didn’t state what product the person would launch. The job ad was released weeks after rumors swirled that Walmart's rival Amazon was poised to make a big entrance into the crypto market. Amazon has its own job ad for a digital currency and blockchain product lead.

Amazon also announced last month is hiring a digital currency and blockchain product lead for its payments team, according to a new job listing. First reported by Insider.

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