Kroger allows customers to pay Bitcoin Cash during this holiday season

Kroger allows customers to pay Bitcoin Cash during this holiday season

BUSINESS| Nov. 05, 2021 | WOZINGA NEWS

Kroger allows customers to pay Bitcoin Cash during this holiday season

  • Kroger will start to accept Bitcoin Cash for the holiday season.

By Marielle Petere Wozinga Staff

Kroger allows customers to pay Bitcoin Cash during this holiday season

Kroger will accept Bitcoin Cash starting December 1 for this holiday season, the giant grocery retailer announced today. 

Based on the press release, the retail company grocery retailer gears up for the holiday season by embracing the cryptocurrency market more. 

It means that all Kroger Family of Stores will accept Bitcoin Cash as payment. 

Spending holiday with Bitcoin Cash

For this case, it is not the first time for the giant grocery retailer to employ cryptocurrency. Its partnership with the cryptocurrency-based reward platform Lolli in 2020. 

Lolli also has over 1,000 retail partners. So, its users had opportunities to receive Bitcoin as a reward on purchases made at Kroger. 

Currently,  Kroger has above 2,700 retail stores across 35 states. The company’s family of stores includes Baker’s, City Market, Dillons, Fred Meyer, QFC, and more. 

Bitcoin Cash will be available as another payment option across the U.S.A. both in-store and online shopping. It will utilize its new crypto payment method by scanning a QR code. 

The merchants will instantly charge the customers the amount during the current transaction time as the exchange rate in Bitcoin Cash. 

Using cryptocurrency at Kroger

Additionally,  Kroger is one of the largest grocery retailers around the globe. It has almost 500,000 associates. 

In this case, it has more than 11 million customers per day. It is due to the different banner labels. The giant retailer ought to establish #zeroHungerZeroWaste communities starting 2025

Rodney McMullen is the chief executive producer of Kroger. He commented, “At Kroger, we’re dedicated to providing our customers with the best shopping experience possible.”

“Throughout the pandemic, cashless payments have been thriving, and we see cryptocurrency as a natural progression of the trend to deal less with physical money,” McMullen pointed out. 

“Integrating Bitcoin Cash into our payment platforms lets us do just that—now and in the years to come.”

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