Amazon no está cerca de aceptar cripto para pagos en comercios minoristas, según CEO

No obstante, el CEO de la compañía, Andy Jassy, dijo que la compañía podría vender NFTs en el futuro.

AccessTimeIconApr 14, 2022 at 7:31 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:43 a.m. UTC
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El CEO de Amazon (AMZN), Andy Jassy, dijo en CNBC el jueves por la mañana que el gigante del comercio electrónico no está cerca de sumar a las criptomonedas como método de pago para los negocios minoristas, pero es posible que venda NFTs (tokens no fungibles) en el futuro.

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  • Jassy también predijo que las criptomonedas continuarán creciendo con el tiempo, pero aclaró que él, personalmente, no posee ninguna bitcoin.
  • El jueves Jassy envió su primera carta anual para accionistas desde que asumió como CEO, tras la salida de Jeff Bezos el año pasado. La carta no habla de bitcoin, criptomonedas o NFTs.
  • En julio del año pasado los precios de bitcoin escalaron tras la noticia, que luego Amazon desmintió, de que la compañía planeaba aceptar pagos en bitcoin para finales del 2021

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