“As an expert in digital / cryptocurrency and blockchain related technologies, we drive our vision for a roadmap for our products and features.” Job Information Read. “We provide leadership in identifying technology and customer trends and the investments needed to build on those trends.”
The Senior Director is based at Wal-Mart’s headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in business, engineering, or related fields and have seven years of experience in M & A, investment banking, business development, or related fields.
In addition, you must have at least 10 years of experience in managing products or programs, commercializing and / or technology, crypto ecosystem and related technologies, and developing strategy and execution roadmaps.
Wal-Mart’s recommended qualifications for candidates in this category include a master’s degree or higher in business, engineering, or related disciplines, oversight experience leading a corporate development team, experience leading a cross-functional team, acquisition or sale. He has experience in leading management activities after the merger. Experience in project management.
Retailers move a few days after competitor Amazon announces Unique Search for Cryptocurrency Leads E-commerce giants are reportedly trying to start accepting digital currencies as payments for their products “as soon as possible.”
The company previously Patent application Two years ago, with a stable cryptocurrency similar to Diem backed by Facebook.
In addition, Wal-Mart New fintech platform Known as Hazel, it is expected to provide consumers with a wide range of services such as mobile payments, bank transfers, credit card, debit card, prepaid card processing, and “processing of cryptocurrency transactions”. Wal-Mart’s Hazel also offers financial planning services, portfolio analysis, tax preparedness, insurance services, and credit restoration and restoration.
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according to Real-time price tracking with CoinDeskBitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, trades at around $ 46,000 per coin as of Monday morning, while rivals Ethereum and Dogecoin trade at around $ 3,200 and 32 cents per coin, respectively. increase.