Despite the deep correction the cryptocurrency market has suffered throughout 2018, its capitalization is still holding above $200 billion while leading exchanges are securing deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars every day and institutional investors are looking for a better infrastructure around the industry to take part in the revolution.
Binance, the world’s leading crypto exchange, has made its first public acquisition, having bought a decentralized Trust Wallet. Announced on Tuesday, July 31, the Trust Wallet acquisition is made with the aim “to provide a better service” and “to enhance the safety” for all of its users.
Bitcoin and blockchain technology company Blockchain has raised $40 million in its second round of institutional funding.
In recent months many bitcoin users have been complaining about their transaction taking hours to get confirmed. Indeed, this happens quite often, and some users think that increasing a transaction fee could save the day. But is this really a remedy?
While until recently Ethereum users could lament that their ecosystem lacked simple and convenient wallets, now the selection has definitely expanded. Still, the more the choice is, the harder it is to find what suits you best. ForkLog has compiled an overview for six most popular Ethereum wallets.
Bitcoin space is now complete with yet another bitcoin wallet dubbed iPayYou. According to its developers, the product is the simplest, safest and most useful wallet. Currently, iPayYou is available only for desktops, however, mobile versions for Android and iOS devices are to follow in a few months. Gene Kavner, the former top manager of […]
Developers of bitcoin wallet Mycelium have announced their first crowdsale to distribute 5% of the company’s value among users and bitcoin developers. Mycelium CEO Alexander Kuzmin stated: “We want Mycelium users to be Mycelium stakeholders. There are three reasons for this. We need money to support the current version and update it from time to […]
This review covers hardware bitcoin wallet Trezor. Currently, there are three companies manufacturing bitcoin storage appliances: Case, Ledger (we have already reviewed their wallet Ledger Nano), and Trezor.
Ukrainian blockchain startup Ambisafe offered a new standard for cryptowallet API’s, which is said to accelerate integration of new currencies by exchange operators, as well as exclude the necessity for own wallet service development.