Skype, Microsoft's voice over IP software, has been shown to be insecure on various levels over the years. The Snowden leaks have revealed it to be more of a mass surveillance malware than a secure communications platform.
Did you just pick up a new Galaxy phone that uses Android? Well, it is time to load it up with killer Bitcoin apps.
Ethereum, the decentralized application and smart contracting platform prepares to shoot the starting gun, as their Frontier release reaches 99% completion
Michael Bumann has been in Nairobi, Kenya for several months updating himself on the tech scene there.
Bitcoin is increasing its presence in the App Store, with Apple approving a second Bitcoin tipping-enabled app by the same developer.
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Freemit app will allow users to send fiat money abroad fee-free by using the Bitcoin protocol.
Interview with Rain Lõhmus about experimenting with the blockchain via colored coins, bitcoin-based certificates of deposit, and the country’s attitude toward technology and innovation.
On October 15, 2015, The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published 21 Inc.’s (21) patent application 20150294308 for “Digital Mining Circuitry.”
Apple recently started to give more freedom to iOS app developers in integrating digital currencies and in-game tokens including bitcoin.
ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees has spoken out against exchange security protocols at the launch of its multi-currency iOS app, calling them “archaic and insecure.”
Chip Chap, the “e-money converter” app, released a new version that supports worldwide bitcoin purchases via credit card.
BBVA, a multinational Spanish banking group has published another report on the block chain technology entitled “Blockchain Technology: The Ultimate Disruption in the Financial System”
BitHappy and OpenBazaar are positioned to lead the bitcoin goods trading software race, as both platforms prepare for a December launch.
Infosys Ltd., an Indian IT multinational developer of Finacle, has started to work on ways of incorporating the blockchain into its core banking software.
OnMarket and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull have co-launched a new fintech app which allows retail investors to access the Australian Securities Exchange’s infrastructure
ZapGo aims to revolutionize how young South Africans spend their cash online. The new mobile money start-up by South Africans Michail Brynard and Helghardt Avenant (currently halfway through the Boost VC accelerator program in Silicon Valley), uses the Bitcoin network as the underlying mechanism to transfer value.
Uproov a new app for smartphones to bring “heavyweight” real time global timestamping to the world.
Bitcoin social tipping and micropayments service provider ChangeTip has officially launched its iOS mobile app enabling anyone to receive or send bitcoin or USD
As is becoming the norm, the newest announcement from Nxt is not about a product “in development,” but one that’s available as of today.
One of China’s top three exchanges Huobi explains why it is looking to take bitcoin (and litecoin) trading mobile with the upgrade of its mobile app that allows users unprecedented power to trade, deposit and withdraw funds at the touch of a finger.
While Russia is testing an e-proxy voting system based on a distributed ledger, Australia is launching a Blockchain voting app in hopes of starting a global political movement.
Gencapp, the world’s first geo-commerce platform, designed to include the decentralized internet of things, today announces the pre-release of its Driver App.
StartChat combines the backend encryption of Telegram with the convenience of 2-click Bitcoin transactions and wallet currencies conversions display such as $USD, EURO, GBP, Ruble, Yen.
Banco Santander UK has made available to its staff a mobile application which uses blockchain to transfer money.
In the heart of Silicon Valley which booms with innovation, Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank has announced the developing and testing of a new mobile application for conversational commerce - Sberbank Messenger.
The financial service provider, Uphold, has launched its long-awaited iOS app and adding Litecoin to its list of supported currencies, precious metals, and cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is a revolutionary technology which finds application in multiple industries, not just banking and fintech. What are the different applications making the headlines in the recent past? Let us take a look.
RunCPA has announced a competition to find the best decentralized app on the Ethereum platform, which will be integrated with the RunCPA network.
Emergency response app Cell 411 receives a large angel investment entirely in cryptocurrency.
The nature of the modern world is that everything must be fast. Even complicated technologies such as Blockchain are forced into these mega-trends.
The popular Bitcoin, Litecoin and Darkcoin trading platform, Bitfinex, has rolled out a major new update to their iOS and Android apps.
OKCoin, a cryptocurrency exchange that offers trades between Bitcoin, Litecoin, US Dollar, and Chinese Yuan, has added margin trading to its iOS and Android apps.
Crypto-anarchist Virgil Vǎduva talks obsoleting police through his new decentralized, peer-to-peer emergency response App, Cell 411.
In 2016 bitcoin apps have a unique opportunity to try and change the way things work around. We are all witness to new mobile apps springing up to provide wallets, payment systems, and even games.
Equibit platform brings several apps that will provide some opportunities for investors as well as issuers and the first blockchain-based OTC market.
Plutus.it has launched a contactless payment application called Tap & Pay.
One of the biggest Bitcoin exchanges Coinbase has recently announced major updates to its mobile app that will allow traders to monitor Bitcoin trading activity "on the go".
UK-based altcoin exchange LazyCoins has announced they are relaunching their online exchange, along with a mobile app for payments and merchant services.
BitMarkets is an already-launched P2P marketplace similar to the much-touted OpenBazaar.
La'Zooz – a blockchain-based ridesharing app. Eitan Katchka is La'Zooz's Israel-based head developer, and has shared the project's most recent news with CoinTelegraph.
Itson.me allows users to pay for literal drinks, coffee or food at local restaurants from anywhere in the world. Soon, it will be incorporating cryptocurrencies.
The fake Localbitcoins app on Google Play, still live at the time of writing, is indicative of how streetwise the Bitcoin community really is – and can happen again.
A Bay Area startup called Bay Coins, LLC has also recently entered this space with a mobile app for Android and iOS.
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