Tag Archives: Wallets

05Jul/19

Electrum Wallet Is Adding Support for Bitcoin’s Lightning Network

The popular wallet service Electrum is soon to add support for bitcoin’s lightning network. Electrum’s founder Thomas Voegtlin told CoinDesk from the BIP001 blockchain event in Odessa, Ukraine, that work on the solutionRead More…

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17Jun/19

Breez Reveals Lightning-Powered Bitcoin Payments App for iPhone

Breez, a non-custodial wallet and payment platform, is launching its services for the iPhone. This is the first payment project built on Neutrino, a bitcoin lightning network client, according to the companyRead More…

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20May/19

Dutch Bank ABN AMRO Launches Blockchain Inventory Tracking Platform

Dutch bank ABN AMRO said in a news release Friday that it’s currently “exploring options” for bringing the platform, called Forcefield, to market, and is in discussions with firms in the commoditiesRead More…

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01May/19

The Number of Cryptocurrency Wallet Users Keeps Rising

Data published recently shows that the number of cryptocurrency wallet users has been steadily increasing over the years, almost independently of the market ups and downs. This positive trend has continued throughoutRead More…

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24Apr/19

Crescent Cash BCH Wallet Features SLP Token Support for Smartphones

During the first week of April, news.Bitcoin.com reported on a new bitcoin cash (BCH) mobile wallet called Crescent Cash. At the time, the wallet was the third wallet within the BCH ecosystemRead More…

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16Apr/19

UK and Europe-Based Users Can Now Buy Bitcoin Cash Inside the Bitcoin.com Wallet

In the summer of 2017, Bitcoin.com launched its open source light client and since then more than 3.8 million wallets have been created. We’ve since added a load of new features toRead More…

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02Apr/19

Crescent Cash Becomes the Third BCH Light Client to Adopt Cash Accounts

There’s a new open source bitcoin cash (BCH) wallet called Crescent Cash which uses the Cash Accounts protocol by default. The new application was designed by the programmer Pokkst who built theRead More…

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