E-commerce is the activity of trading and purchasing various products and services over the internet. E-commerce often refers to such businesses as internet marketing, automated data collection systems, electronic funds transfer and many others. The most typical e-commerce transactions are made to purchase music and books in digital distribution platforms. E-commerce is one of the most significant fields of business, with a fast growing market and a huge trade turnover. As an IT-related business, e-commerce actively implements new methods and technologies into existing networks. There are already several startups working on building e-commerce platforms with the implementation of blockchain technology to make sustainable and unchangeable networks for inventory management, electronic data interchange and supply chain management.
HODL Assets will upscale its presence in the nonfungible token space and is also looking to move its operations from Durban, South Africa to the United States.
NFT innovator HODL Assets acquires blockchain social commerce firm CoinLinked
Walmart’s future digital currency and crypto product lead will be based in the company’s home office in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Walmart seeks crypto product lead to drive digital currency strategy
The Chicago Bulls have launched an NFT drop via Shopify, with the e-commerce platform having recently integrated Sweet's NFT marketplace.
Chicago Bulls team up with Shopify to launch NFT series
Coinbase’s e-commerce platform now offers a new way to spend Elon Musk’s favorite meme cryptocurrency.
Dogecoin becomes the 7th cryptocurrency accepted on Coinbase Commerce
The vast majority of businesses in Africa don’t accept crypto as a payment method — and that’s something that this startup wants to change.
Meet the crypto payment gateway startup that strives to become the Stripe of Africa
Widening economic inequality is a global issue, but this crypto app aims to deliver fairer outcomes for consumers while they shop.
This crypto platform says it is transforming the way we shop
DeFi gets a bad rap for being complex, technology makes it simple enough to cut out middlemen in non-finance industries ranging from energy to e-commerce.
Is DeFi technology easy enough to adapt to non-finance industries?