Great Wall supermarket in the US recently closed and its owners are selling off the stocks they held in hopes of getting the money to buy some Bitcoin.
It’s not the first grocery chain to sell off stock and investors are hoping that it will become the next one.
Great Wall supermarket, which opened in March, has had a difficult time attracting investors to buy into its stock.
Investors who wanted to buy the stock sold their shares before the store opened.
The company has since sold the stock, and the stock has lost roughly 40% of its value in the past two weeks.
However, the company has been able to raise some money from the public via a crowdfunding campaign.
Now the company is asking for investors to donate $2,500 each to help them purchase some of its stock for $2.80.
The proceeds will go towards the purchase of inventory at the store, and it will then sell the stocks back to the public.
The company’s co-founders, Josh and Heather Ponzio, are hoping to raise $200,000 to purchase some stock at Great Wall.
The funds are going to go towards purchasing inventory at Great White, a chain of stores located in Pennsylvania that serves many of the same customers as Great Wall and which also serves as a grocery store.
The stores are expected to be open in the first quarter of 2019.
While Great Wall has struggled to find buyers, it is still a well-known company.
It is the largest chain of Great White supermarkets in the country, with a total of 6,600 stores.
They operate more than 1,400 restaurants, a handful of hotels, and many other businesses.
The Ponzios say they want to create an alternative to the traditional grocery stores that are becoming increasingly difficult to find.
Great Wall operates stores in a number of states and has a presence in several other countries.
They plan to open a franchise in the United Kingdom in the second half of this year, which they hope to open by the end of 2018.