Browsing the "Bitcoin Wallets" Tag

The ‘Bitcoin Rich List’ Has Grown 30% in the Last Year, But Why?

| Omkar Godbole

The number of bitcoin addresses holding more than 1,000 BTC has grown in the past 12 months, possibly reflecting an influx of wealthy investors.  

Lightning Sucks, But It Could Help Build a Bitcoin Economy

| Leigh Cuen

At least a dozen startups are now betting on the profitability of bitcoin birthing a "Lightning Economy." Is it too soon?

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Bitcoin Lightning Wallets Are Gaining Traction in 2019

| Leigh Cuen

Lightning usage is growing steadily in 2019, with several startups now offering retail-friendly wallets.

Protestors Set Alleged Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Perpetrator’s Home on Fire

| Daniel Kuhn

Before shutting down, Bitcoin Wallets' "manager" promised 100-percent returns on investors' money in just two weeks. Then they burned down his house.

Electrum Wallet Attack May Have Stolen As Much as 245 Bitcoin

| Yogita Khatri

A phishing attack on the Electrum wallet network has reportedly managed to steal bitcoin worth over $800,000.

A New Bitcoin Wallet Fulfills an Old Privacy Promise

| Leigh Cuen

These cypherpunk crypto wallet projects want to bring fungibility to bitcoin.

GoTenna Launches a Bitcoin Wallet That Works Without the Internet

| Leigh Cuen

The txTenna partnership with Samourai Wallet offers bitcoin transactions via mesh networks.

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How to Save on Bitcoin’s Soaring Fees

| Alyssa Hertig

Transaction fees are the talk of the bitcoin ecosystem, with many users upset by the rising cost to send funds, but there are simple ways to cut fees.

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No, You Don’t Have to Buy a Whole Bitcoin

| Alyssa Hertig

As new enthusiasts enter the cryptocurrency markets, one developer wants to make bitcoin's divisibility really stand out by coining the term "bits."

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Jonas Schnelli Wants You to Run a Bitcoin Full Node

| Alyssa Hertig

Bitcoin Core contributor and maintainer Jonas Schnelli is on a mission to make running full nodes easier for non-geeks. Decentralization is at stake.