Tag: Cryptocurrency Wallet

Ethereum Wallet ImToken Has $35B in Deposits, More Than 99% of US Banks

China-based ImToken, one of the first cryptocurrency and Ethereum wallets to be listed on the Apple App Store, has processed more than $35 billion in deposits over the past few years, surpassing Coinbase. Similar to Blockchain, MyEtherWallet, and MyCrypto, ImToken is a free and non-custodial wallet that enables users to store, send, and receive cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum while maintaining full control over their private keys and accounts. In the early …
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What Is Rabobit?

Banks all over the world have shown increasing interest in cryptocurrencies as of late. Rabobank in the Netherlands is probably the most open-minded institution in this regard. Its Rabobit service will be of great interest to a lot of cryptocurrency users in the future. A Closer Look at the Rabobit Service As the name Rabobit somewhat suggests, Rabobank has officially entered the cryptocurrency world. Although most people knew the bank was experimenting …
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Bread Wallet Announces Support for ERC20 Tokens and Bitcoin Cash

There are some interesting developments in the world of cryptocurrency wallets. Up to now, no wallet provider has even attempted to reward users for their loyalty. Bread, the popular mobile Bitcoin wallet solution, plans to change all that in the coming weeks. The wallet’s team has also announced support for a few altcoins and ERC20 tokens, which will make this product even more appealing to the masses. Bread Makes Some Intriguing Decisions …
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Bitshifter Ransomware Will Steal Your Cryptocurrency Wallet Data

Ransomware threats come in many different shapes and sizes. In most cases, these types of malware will lock your computer, encrypt files, and demand a Bitcoin payment. Every now and then, however, we see a very different type of malware, one which steals data. Bitshifter is one of those ransomware types which not only demands a payment but also steals one’s cryptocurrency wallet information. Bitshifter Is a Very Dangerous Type of …
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