Bitwala News

Bitwala is a global payment service provider based on blockchain technology. Bitwala was founded by by Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki, and Benjamin P. Jones in 2015 and is headquartered in Berlin, Germany. The main goal of Bitwala is to provide global, instant money transferring services with Bitcoin or other altcoins at a lowest possible cost. In 2017, the interface of Bitwala was updated. Due to this, the company conducted a Bitwala ICO for their tokens, which function as Bitwala stocks so that anyone who bought it owns part of the company. Recently, the company announced the release of a contactless Bitwala debit card. Among the main advantages of the service is that Bitwala operates with bank accounts licensed and insured within the purview of European legislation.

Blockchain ICOs are no longer just for new business, as Worldcore prepares a token sale to boost its market presence.
Why Only Initial? Worldcore Aims to Use ICO to Conquer Blockchain Competitors
William Suberg
Bitwala has released its stance on the upcoming SegWit2x hard fork in response to customer demand.
Bitwala: We Will Not ‘Fork Away’ from Bitcoin Version Core Supports
William Suberg
Bitwala has created a virtual assistant called Lola that helps people go around Bitcoin.
Apple Has Siri, Now Bitcoin Has Lola the French Bulldog
Shivdeep Dhaliwal
Though BitGo was the wallet software used by Bitfinex who lost $60m of its customers’ funds, Bitwala says it will still work with the provider.
Bitwala Launches Bitcoin Wallet - How Safe Is It?
Olusegun Ogundeji
Cointelegraph contacted the eight major providers of Bitcoin debit cards with the question: Can Bitcoin debit cards really be private or anonymous?
8 Major Bitcoin Debit Cards: How Private and Anonymous Are They?
Joël Valenzuela
Bitwala users can now chat and make payments at the same time on a new messenger designed to improve customer’s experience on the platform.
Bitwala Releases App Messenger, Allows Sending Bitcoin via Chat
Olusegun Ogundeji
With Turkey residents losing a convenient option for sending and receiving payments online, the country’s online payment sector is gradually yielding to a free ...
PayPal Stops Operating in Turkey, Online Payment Sector Turns to Bitcoin
Olusegun Ogundeji
Bitwala has introduced its new Bitcoin Debit Card in Europe that allows direct payments to be made.
Bitwala Adds Debit Card to its Service Portfolio
Martin Rojko

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