Abra is a technology and financial company that provides peer-to-peer (p2p) blockchain-based mobile payment services. Before the company implemented Litecoin as the main cryptocurrency for their services in 2018, Bitcoin used to be the main digital currency for transaction processing. Abra, as a blockchain-based application, mostly specializes in storing cash deposits that are available with the Abra wallet, which provides cash transfers between two mobile devices. For that, there are Abra apps available for both iOS and Android. Bank accounts are generally not required in most countries. The company was founded by Bill Barhydt (CEO) in 2014 and currently is headquartered in Mountain View, California. Find out more by following the Abra news.
Abra's CEO purportedly increased his holdings prior to Bitcoin touching new 2020 highs.
Abra CEO's portfolio is 50% Bitcoin as cash is 'becoming worthless'
A long list of factors means Bill Barhydt is now more optimistic about price rises than at any time in the past five years.
I’m most bullish on Bitcoin price since 2015, says Abra CEO
The SEC's investigation into the crypto trading firm, which paid fines of $300,000 in July, apparently continues.
It looks like the SEC isn't done with trading app Abra just yet
Sworn in for her second term today, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce tells Cointelegraph about the commission’s work on crypto and new tech in investing.
Starting Second Term Today, SEC Commissioner Peirce Tells Cointelegraph Her Crypto Priorities
With expectations of further U.S. dollar inflation, why would people hold cash?
Abra CEO Explains Why It's Bitcoin's Time to Shine
Bitcoin can scale as an adopted store of value using second-layer solutions, but not on-chain with its current technology says Abra’s CEO.
On-Chain Bitcoin Scaling En Masse Requires Bigger Blocks, Abra CEO Says
As part of its work with the Stellar blockchain, Abra plans to provide global banking features.
Abra Building Banking Solutions on Stellar Blockchain, CEO Barhydt Says