TDXP only takes custody upon the execution of the trade and leverages the instant transaction capability of Bitcoin to do so, Joshua Henslee writes.
Keyless HandCash has been long-awaited and is a significant milestone for any wallet provider to reach as it makes the lives of the end-user far easier.
The new software packages allow Bitcoin users to transact directly and securely with each other, without having to download an entire copy of the blockchain to verify them.
A closer look at the conditions and permissions of PayPal’s “Crypto Currencies Hub” makes some wonder if there’s any point. Is there?
With Money Button's acquisition by the Bayesian Group and RelayX's launch of the USDC stablecoin, Bitcoin wallets are entering a new era.
The ban has been introduced to prevent the use of digital currency for money laundering, terrorism financing and the drugs trade.
If wallets exist that support more than one application, that wallet is already more useful than any app-specific one, Joshua Henslee writes.
Michael Wehrmann caught up with Alex Agut, Rafa Jiménez and Ivan Mlinarić from HandCash to talk about Bitcoin app design, inter-wallet competition, Bitcoin computation and more.
South African Bitcoin wallet Centbee will be one of the exhibitors at CoinGeek London Conference, introducing the attendants to its transformative products that are changing the lives of thousands in Africa.
BitCoin wallet provider, HandCash, has now packaged, in just one toolkit, the basic components every BitCoin app needs, and reduced each to simple code snippets in plain English.
Adoption was the theme of the 2014, and the signs showed as early as January when Blockchain.info revealed that it had surpassed 1 million Bitcoin wallets.