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Coinapult is one of the largest and most innovative cryptocurrency wallet providers on the market today. The announcement was made this morning in Panama City, Panama.
Coinapult are headquartered in Panama and are one of the longest operating Bitcoin companies.
Project Manager Sarah Blincoe agreed to speak with CoinTelegraph today and answer a few questions about how the “Let the Bit Drop” project came to be and what the future might hold.
A small Caribbean island, which has yet to be named, will soon become the largest Bitcoin community in the world.
The launch of Bitcoin veteran Ira Miller’s Coinapult wallet is imminent, and it claims to have overcome an age-old problem: Bitcoin’s volatility.
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