Starbucks Chairman Is Hot on Blockchain, Cold on Bitcoin
Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz said the ubiquitous coffee chain sees the blockchain and digital currencies in its future–but not bitcoin.
Bakkt says it's launching a consumer app next year that will let customers pay crypto at Starbucks.
Starbucks aims to give consumers and farmers more data on its coffee products using a blockchain service from Microsoft.
Users of the Starbucks iPhone app are now being presented with “Bakkt Cash” as a payment option.
Howard Schultz, who may run for president of the U.S., is a firm believer in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
StarbucksCoin? Recent comments from the coffee chain's executive chairman suggest the idea isn't so far-fetched.
Ever wanted to buy a cup of Starbucks coffee with your bitcoins? With Coin For Coffee, now you can. As its co-founder and CEO Matt Luongo explained to CoinDesk, Card For Coin leverages Starbucks’ existing gift card infrastructure to process payments using digital currency. He put it simply: “We want people to be able to […]