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Hardware wallet manufacturer KeepKey is offering 30 Bitcoins ($30,400) as reward for the capture of a hacker who gained access to emails and customer information Christmas Day.
Most major bitcoin wallet service providers, exchanges and startups have either planned SegWit support or are SegWit support ready.
KeepKey, a secure hardware wallet designed to optimize Bitcoin and altcoin storage, transfer and trading, has completed the integration of Ethereum.
Today’s infrastructure cannot accommodate on a global level for the technology of tomorrow, says our expert Brandon Kostinuk of Vanbex.
The creators of KeepKey have announced that the wallet will now retail for $99, down from its previous price of USD $239.00.
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