, the developer of the number of user-friendly crypto-wallets, has announced that they will support Bitcoin Cash if the blockchain split up occurs after Bitcoin hard fork. On July 29 the team launched Bitcoin Cash wallet
to provide Freewallet customers with full access to the new coin.
If Bitcoin network split happens, Bitcoin Cash, the new rival crypto-currency, will be born. Those who possess Bitcoins on Freewallet at the time of the fork will get equal amount of Bitcoin Cash since both cryptocurrencies will be sharing the same past.
has started preparations beforehand and launched Bitcoin Cash wallet
to provide their customers with access to Bitcoin Cash in a timely manner.
Working in close collaboration with Bitcoin developers we deployed a solution to ensure both funds safety and Bitcoin Freewallet operating in full. The team guarantees all their customers will be able to make transactions and manage their portfolios before and after the hardfork.
“We believe that freedom of choice is one of the cornerstones of cryptoworld. If there is a new technology that is widely supported by the community, we adopt it and provide a friendly product that allows efficient use of this innovation.” - says Alvin Hagg, Freewallet’sco-founder.
Freewallet is a team of developers, whose aim is to solve the "last-mile" problem for cryptocurrencies by creating mobile-first cryptocurrency wallets. Since January 2016 the team has developed and successfully released numerous wallets for different cryptocurrencies, namely FantomCoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin, Monero, Dash, Dogecoin, Lisk, DECENT, Zcash, NXT, Ardor, Steem, Bancor, DiginalNote, Bytecoin and Tether.
Freewallet apps are easy-to-use mobile wallets that allow users to familiarize themselves with popular cryptocurrencies without delving into specific technical features and complex settings.
Most of Freewallet products have reached #1 position in GooglePlay.
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