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Bitcoin Wallet BreadWallet is Bringing Ethereum Support, with an Airdrop

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BreadWallet, cryptocurrency wallet service, published an update on its first quarter on Mar. 16, three months after the token sale. According to the announcement, Bread (BRD) application will start supporting Ethereum from the first week of April. However, ERC-20 functions will only be available to users who took part in the company's ICO. Additionally, the team will be running an airdrop in...

Breadwallet’s Lasher Predicts Bitcoin to Hit $250,000 In 10 Years

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Aaron Lasher, the CMO and co-founder of Breadwallet, a crypto wallet, expects bitcoin’s price to hit around $250,000 in the next 10 years, giving it a market cap of $5 trillion The path, however, will not be smooth. As a longtime bitcoin holder, Lasher said he is enjoying the pricing action, but he expects the current bull market to be followed by a bear environment, according to MarketWatch...

Bitcoin Wallet Breadwallet Secures $7 Million in New Funding

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Bitcoin wallet startup Breadwallet has announced $7 million in new funding alongside moving its headquarters to Switzerland. Venture funded bitcoin startup Breadwallet has revealed details of a new funding round, bringing the total investment in the early bitcoin wallet provider to $7 million. Investors include DAS Capital, Globe Advisors, Liberty City Ventures, Maffin Inc., OKWAVE, East Ventures...

Why Bitcoin Cash is a ‘House of Cards’

Bitcoin cash, which is structured to handle more transactions faster than bitcoin and has become the fourth largest cryptocurrency in a few days after launching, is a house of cards waiting to fall, according to some observers, Business Insider reported. The new version of bitcoin grabbed a top spot in the cryptocurrency rankings after it launched on Aug. 1, but veteran bitcoin observers claim...

Fake Bitcoin Apps Emerge in Apple iTunes App Store

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Fake bitcoin wallet apps have emerged in the Apple iTunes App Store, potentially putting bitcoin accounts at risk and reinforcing the need for people to make sure they are downloading apps from official wallet websites, according to Kyt Dotson, a senior editor at Silicon Angle. A representative of Breadwallet, a bitcoin app available in App Store and Google Play, has posted a notice on Reddit...

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