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Did you just pick up a new Galaxy phone that uses Android? Well, it is time to load it up with killer Bitcoin apps.
A new anonymous Bitcoin wallet has entered the crypto universe. It’s called Samourai wallet, and its main focus is security and privacy.
Google has announced its latest foray into the exploding mobile payment market with Android Pay.
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.
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BTM developer Robocoin has unveiled its hotly rumored new direction in the form of a software development kit (SDK), which will allow any ATM to function as a Bitcoin ATM (BTM).
Benjamin Lawsky is leaving New York’s Department of Financial Service, five banks to pay US$5.6 billion fine for rigging markets, and more top stories for May 21.
Mycelium 2.0 has released to the public today, bringing new privacy and usability features.
A group of researchers in miTLS team have found a new vulnerability in the SSL/TLS protocol. This vulnerability is called FREAK, and it concerns Apple and Android users. The remedy has not been found yet, but decentralized networks on the blockchain model could prevent similar cyber security attacks in the future.
Bitcoin exchange Coinbase has several security flaws in their Android wallet and Coinbase Merchant applications, but the company is refusing to fix the errors, a Canadian software engineer claims.
ECB report suggests that digital currencies can "jeopardize financial stability," Coinnect launches new "rebittance" in Argentina and Mexico, Google announces Android Pay, and more top stories for March 3, 2015.
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On Monday, Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire announced the launch of the company’s new native apps for both iOS and Android. The apps join an elite class, previously dominated only by Coinbase, of smartphone tools that allow U.S. users to buy or sell Bitcoin on their mobile devices
At the end of October, CoinTelegraph spoke to Sandeep Goenka, a co-founder of Indian Bitcoin startup Zebpay, about his team’s plans after taking home top prize in the CoinAgenda conference’s startup competition.
A flaw in the Blockchain.info wallet allowed thieves to make off with 50 Bitcoins, and the site’s operators are offering refunds to users who had their money stolen as a result.
A new malware that hijacks Android mobile phones to mine bitcoins has been identified in 5 different Google Play browser plug-ins. The malware, dubbed “BadLepricon” by mobile security start-up Lookout, consumed users’ mobile devices as hackers undertook the intensive process of mining bitcoins.
At the moment, only a handful of major retailers are directly accepting Bitcoin payments. You can buy clothes from Overstock, eyewear from Coastal and tech hardware from Tiger Direct, and that’s all well and good.
As Bitcoin price is proceeding to fall and people begin to doubt its usefulness. But there are optimists, who see the unique niches that digital coins could fill in. Among these is also Nick Tomaino.
Another week has been left behind and we are representing you new weekly review of the most popular news of the week on The Coin Telegraph. The most uninspected statements and political changes, technological development and amazing reports from social life that is hard to forget are here.
Music streaming service that inhabits the mobiles of people from North Africa and Middle East has gone beyond the traditional payment and joined the cryptocommunity.
Android is poised to relay your precise location when contacting emergency services, potentially causing you as much trouble as help.
The California-based annual Coachella music and arts festival began the shift towards cashless payments in 2014. This year the transition continued with all vendors accepting Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.
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.
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.
Ars Technica reports that a weakness in Java Cryptography Architecture leaves Android users exposed, which Google has confirmed.
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