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Citi’s new digital wallet will compete directly with PayPal, Apple Pay and others to provide online, in-app and in-store payment needs.
Gary Miliefsky explains why smartphone wallets are at risk, and how to protect your Bitcoin against theft.
Recently, leading Bitcoin hardware wallet manufacturer, Ledger, introduced Bitcoin wallet technology which directly stores user data and sensitive information in the TrustZone.
Bitcoin startup Caricoin recently announced the launch of a social mobile money platform for the Caribbean.
Though Ethereum’s infrastructural applications are still poorly represented in the mobile market, FreeWallet founder sees that changing
Many people dread the process of buying a car. Selecting the car itself can be fun, but the pressure to test drive, the forced banter with the sales rep, and the dreaded negotiation are major turn-offs to many.
Each day, more and more people all over the world are adapting blockchain and bitcoin, often without understanding it fully. What is Bitcoin after all? Is it valuable? Is it an investment?
Airbitz has developed a way to make two-factor authentication (2FA) “dirt simple” for everyone. The mobile wallet provider has invented a one-step process that merges the functionality of an app like Google Authenticator directly into their Bitcoin wallet.
Ninki Wallet is the first PGP Bitcoin wallet that allows users to create a payment network, send and receive invoices, and send and receive Bitcoin without having to deal with addresses.
On Monday, Coinprism became the first in the crypto 2.0 space to launch a standalone mobile wallet for Android phones and tablets that allows users to exchange digital assets as freely as they could transact in bitcoins.
OneBit, a bitcoin wallet app that enables its users to pay with bitcoin at any credit card accepting store, has entered the alpha stage of development.
The Walker Sands 2015 Future of Retail survey of 1,400 online consumers across the United States found that study participants consider mobile wallets and applications the least secure form of payment, ranking behind personal checks and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
The first part of our research published some days ago provided sterling information on the advantages and disadvantages of desktop wallets. Today we are going to cover the theme of mobile wallets.
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