One of the world’s largest online retailers, Amazon, may soon allow customers to pay for goods in cryptocurrency, Business Insider reports.

The company’s plans, as the Internet portal notes, are evidenced by the vacancy of a product lead, which was recently published by an online retailer. As stated in its description, the team that deals with payments requires a specialist to “develop the company’s strategy for digital currency and block chain and a product roadmap.”

An official representative of the company told the publication that the retailer is “encouraged by the innovations that are taking place in the field of cryptocurrencies, and is studying how it might look like in Amazon.”

According to the publication City A.M., citing a source familiar with the situation, the online store may start accepting bitcoins as payments “by the end of the year.” According to him, “the project is almost ready to launch” and the directive on accepting cryptocurrency comes directly from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

The company, according to the source, plans to “start with bitcoin,” and then start accepting cryptocurrencies Ethereum, Cardano, and Bitcoin Cash. In addition, according to an informed employee, the company may also launch its own “native token” next year.