CoinDesk rounds up the various announcements from industry startups in the wake of speculation the bitcoin network could see a technical split.
Bitcoin wallet company Xapo announced today that it has received an early nod of approval from a key Swiss regulator.
Despite the size of the change, bitcoin businesses have yet to champion a newly introduced protocol upgrade.
The descendant of Satoshi's original bitcoin wallet is still available today, and continuing to see upgrades.
Hardware wallet firm KeepKey announced today that it has acquired MultiBit, a desktop-based bitcoin wallet program.
Bitcoin startup BitPagos is now giving its wallet users access to credit lines in a bid to boost e-commerce spending.
The owner of a cryptocurrency wallet recovery service is seeing increased business following the launch of Ethereum's blockchain.
Coinkite has announced it is winding down its web wallet in an effort to focus on enterprise hardware products.
A group of software engineers at bitcoin security specialist BitGo have created an Ethereum wallet offering amid escalating interest in the platform.
Wallet provider Blockchain has released data that indicates its users are complaining more about service disruptions amid increased network demand.