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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak invested in Bitcoin due to his interest in its core technology.
Jaxx, the multi-cryptocurrency wallet platform which supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Dash, has recently introduced Zcash support for mobile users on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms.
WikiLeaks has described Apple as ‘duplicitous’ for claiming it has fixed security concerns identified in Vault 7.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign sought Apple and Google’s opinion on its position on encryption.
Electrum, an open source Bitcoin wallet application launched in 2011, is officially introducing support for SegWit,the innovative scaling solution from Bitcoin Core, in its next release.
Jaxx has announced it will be integrating Monero into its wallet. The popular multi-coin cryptocurrency wallet announced via Twitter that it planned to integrate the privacy-centric coin in the near future.
Apple’s inability to filter scam-like apps is creating a poor ecosystem for Bitcoin users.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has publicly endorsed encryption, saying it’s good for public safety.
A password recovery firm just outed Apple’s vulnerability in the new iOS 10: an increased susceptibility to a brute force hack.
South Korea’s leading Fintech startups are set to file a petition with the Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) against Apple Pay for their violation of local laws on consumer protection.
Big IT names look to Blockchain solutions to lift their wallet businesses, undercutting the middlemen like Visa and Mastercard.
ETC’s being leaderless and directionless could be some of the factors for its rejection by Apple after Jaxx integrated it into its suite of software wallets and submitted it for approval.
Jaxx has submitted an updated version of its app to the iOS App Store with the hope that it will approve its integration of Ethereum Classic.
It has been made abundantly clear by Apple that only certain cryptocurrencies are welcome on its platform.
Recent events and developments tend to prove right the decision of Apple not to grant backdoor access to the FBI so as to enable them access the privacy of users.
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