With the number of people using smartphones surging each year, crypto mobile apps have become very popular. Whether you’re an Android or iOS user, there’s an app for your every need.
Trend Micro warns that Android devices are being targeted by a sneaky new malware that will use their phones for mining.
A new malware takes control of Android phones, and uses all sorts of inventive techniques of stealing a victims crypto.
Opera is the latest company to take crypto to the mainstream, following the announcement the firm will include the functionality to buy cryptocurrency alongside its wallet service on Android.
Google has taken steps to try and control the amount of extraneous and questionable cryptocurrency-related applications found on the Play Store.
Popular web browser Opera has released a new version for Android devices that incorporates a cryptocurrency wallet directly into the browser.
The launch of the long-awaited Nano wallet caused it to skyrocket to the front pages of app stores. Then, developers found a bug threatening the security of user’s funds.