Kroger Co., a retail giant in the United States of America with over 2,800 stores scattered across 35 states, has recently made an announcement
that it will no longer accept Visa payments in its Smith's Food & Drug Stores establishments primarily because of the extremely high fees and unreasonable charges by Visa. The new payment policy will take effect starting April 3 of this year and will cover all the 134 Smith stores across seven states.
Following this announcement was a series of tweets that point to the possibility of Kroger's partnership with Morgan Creek Digital and other alternative crypto payment platforms. Twitter followers who are also avid fans of the cryptocurrency systems did not waste the opportunity of sending their messages of hope to pay with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to the Kroger management. In response, Kroger's social media managers have positively responded to bring the matter to its leadership team.
Anthony Pompliano, a key crypto enthusiast and founder of crypto investment firm, Morgan Creek Digital Assets, also tweeted: