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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.
A password recovery firm just outed Apple’s vulnerability in the new iOS 10: an increased susceptibility to a brute force hack.
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.
StartChat combines the backend encryption of Telegram with the convenience of 2-click Bitcoin transactions and wallet currencies conversions display such as $USD, EURO, GBP, Ruble, Yen.
The financial service provider, Uphold, has launched its long-awaited iOS app and adding Litecoin to its list of supported currencies, precious metals, and cryptocurrencies.
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.
Uproov a new app for smartphones to bring “heavyweight” real time global timestamping to the world.
Bitcoin social tipping and micropayments service provider ChangeTip has officially launched its iOS mobile app enabling anyone to receive or send bitcoin or USD
Timothy Lee, a former software developer at Blockchain.info, has announced the launch of ArcBit, an open source bitcoin wallet that supports stealth addresses and promises to provide greater user privacy.
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
“Spells of Orbital is a unique combination of an arcade game and a trading card game, which will be published on smartphones and tablets (iOS and Android),” reads an anonymous post on CryptocoinTalk post by one of the game’s presumed developers. “Bitcoin will not only be a payment system to make an app purchase, but it will also work as a core of the whole game economy, system and background story.”
While Apple races to drum up support for its mobile payments, the first standalone Bitcoin wallet has hit the App Store – and its design may raise a few eyebrows.
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