Mobile Wallet News
A mobile wallet is a digital wallet that stores information about a user’s account, the amount of funds held in it and payment card information. Mobile wallets are currently the most convenient way of conducting in-store payments and are gradually replacing cash in most developed countries. Mobile wallet apps are widening the functionality of the wallets by implementing gift cards and discount cards into the digital space the application. Mobile wallets are also an important part of cryptocurrency development. Mobile wallets for Bitcoin are already used to perform Bitcoin transactions. Mobile wallets for Bitcoin sometimes provide transactions with other cryptocurrencies within the same application. Those mobile wallets mostly include the usage of Bitcoin Cash (and other Bitcoin forks), Ethereum, Litecoin and some other major cryptocurrencies.
After four years, ConsySys’ has launched a mobile application for its MetaMask wallet.
MetaMask finally escapes the desktop with new mobile wallet
Crypto custody firm Casa unveiled a new wallet that offers access without a seed phrase and gives users a way to check on their private keys.
Casa Releases Self-Custody Bitcoin Wallet Focused on Privacy
The app will enable users to convert fiat currency into BABB’s native token throughout Europe, which can be sent abroad.
BABB Launches Cash-Out Fiat Gateways in 36 New Regions
Run an eligible fundraiser related to COVID-19 and you’ll pay no fees on BABB.
Crypto Donation App BABB Waives Fees For Coronavirus Fundraisers
Zcash released a Software Development Kit for both Android and iOS, which allows developers to easily build mobile wallets supporting shielded transactions.
Zcash Poised to Finally Have Private Transactions on Mobile With SDK Release
Coinbase noted that it might be forced to drop DApp browsing functionality from its mobile wallet to abide by Apple's guidelines.
Apple May Remove Coinbase’s Mobile DApp Browser From App Store
Distributed naming system Ethereum Name Service announces the launch of multicoin support as 15 crypto wallets already plan to utilize the new feature.
Ethereum Name Service Adds Multicoin Support