Leading crypto wallet service provider Samourai Wallet has launched a public beta version of their new privacy-enhancing CoinJoin service, Whirlpool.
Mobile wallet company BRD has announced that its customers in the U.S. can now buy BTC, ETH, and DAI using bank transfers.
The startups are using a combination of smart contracts and insurance to keep funds safe from hackers and other bad actors.
The company claims that its solution will be the first non-custodial wallet without private keys, points of failure, or passwords, plus a custodian-grade experience for users.
London-based Katana Cryptographic, the company behind the wallet app, has received a $100,000 investment from privacy-focused investment firm Cypherpunk Holdings.
Blockchain startup Axel has introduced its Wallet on Axel Network, its own blockchain-powered platform.
Bitcoin.com’s Badger Wallet introduced a new app for iOS.
Following a recent hard fork, the Bytecoin Team has released a protocol which its users can implement to manually enable hardware wallet support.
Telegram-based cryptocurrency wallet app is now supporting fiat purchases.
Rabobank says now is not the time for a digital wallet.
Analysts claim keypairs generated by the site are not truly random and can be reproduced.
DeFi pioneer Compound has partnered with Zerion and Coinbase Wallet for the Version 2 release.
The blockchain platform will be released as a market utility, focusing first on refined metals and gradually expanding to accommodate other “dry” bulk commodities.
This new feature will let Abra users connect their bank accounts in-app to fund purchases.
Dapper Labs has launched a new Ethereum “smart wallet” dubbed Dapper, which is aimed at making crypto and crypto collectibles easier to use.