Argentina, Walmart, Chris Lee, TapJets, EOS, Pizza day
- Argentinian bank Banco Masventas agreed with the Bitex crypto exchange for the implementation of cross-border transfers using bitcoin.
- Walmart’s latest patent proposes a blockchain-based marketplace allowing a customer to register a purchase after he first purchased a product and specify an acceptable price for the resale of the goods.
- Chris Lee, a former OKEx CEO, joined the competing Huobi exchange as the vice president of global development, a few days after he announced that he was leaving his job so that he could spend more time with his family.
- The American airline TapJets will add the option of paying for tickets using the Ripple (XRP) and Litecoin (LTC) cryptocurrency. At the moment, TapJets accepts payment in Bitcoin.
- EOS added a new feature: now each wallet will be assigned its unique twelve-digit name, which is stored in the blockchain and used to transfer transactions in it.
- 8 years ago today, May 22, Laszlo Hanyecz agreed to pay 10,000 BTC for a pizza. #BitcoinPizzaDay on Twitter