The U.S. based Walmart Inc., an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores is finally on the verge of selling bitcoin for $1. Let us now forget to use this digital currency which is made of chocolate sold by Walmart due to the highly volatile nature of the cryptocurrency.
The Frankford bitcoins are made of 1.42 ounces of milk chocolate wrapped in gold-colored foil made by Frankford Candy. It reminds all of us the old foil-wrapped milk chocolate coins sold in the past years. But now they have come into completely new-fashioned in the form of Bitcoin.
The crypto major Bitcoin, a digital decentralized currency firstly created and then transformed into electronically used as a virtual currency. Frankford has just refined the concept by making it in the form of milk chocolate. Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company is an American candy manufacturer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania founded in 1947 is only the first company that focuses the opportunity on the cryptocurrencies space.
Besides this, no one forgets the Long Island Iced Tea Corp, one of the non-alcoholic beverage companies that observed its shares rise almost six-fold following its rebranding exercise in a place called Long Blockchain corp. Early this year NASDAQ delisted the company following the low market capitalization of the company. With this, an Adult entertainment platform CamSoda organized BitCast, a product that lets users pair their products to align the investments in various cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Littecoin.
Amid this, Frankford’s bitcoin is considered to be highly affordable. Needless to say that both the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies have accelerated their pace such that no one wants to lag behind in this race!!