Browsing the "Mobile Apps" Tag

Crypto App, Debit Card 2Gether Adds Dash to Roster of 9 Tokens

| Anna Baydakova

2gether, a European payment app allowing users to spend crypto via a Visa debit card, is adding dash to its list of nine supported coins.

Circle app demonstration

Circle Is Closing Its Mobile App, Circle Pay, This September

| Brady Dale

Circle Pay, an early flagship product for Circle, is being shut down as the company focuses on its USDC stablecoin.

SBI Plans Launch of In-Store Payments With Ripple-Powered ‘Money Tap’ App

| Daniel Palmer

SBI Ripple Asia is live testing in-store payments using its Ripple xCurrent-powered Money Tap app before a full launch "this year."

Emberfund Turns Your Phone Into a Crypto Hedge Fund

| John Biggs

Emberfund is a new mobile app that lets anyone buy into an index of cryptocurrencies that automatically balances itself over time.

Five Banks Now Let Users Verify Their Identities Using a Blockchain App

| Yogita Khatri

Five Canadian banks have rolled out a new blockchain-based mobile service from SecureKey to let customers securely verify their identities.

CoinMarketCap Launches Crypto Data Apps With Added Features

| Yogita Khatri

Cryptocurrency data provider CoinMarketCap has launched its first Android app and revamped its iOS product, adding new app-only features.

Overstock’s tZERO Exchange to Launch Bitcoin Trading App This June

| Anna Baydakova

tZERO plans to launch its own mobile trading app for buying and selling bitcoin and, possibly, ether.

Crypto Investment App Donut Raises $1.8 Million in Seed Funding

| Yogita Khatri

Crypto investment app startup Donut has raised $1.8 million in a seed funding round as the firm prepares to take its beta product live.

Coinbase.com Users Can Now Send Crypto Directly to Firm’s Wallet App

| Yogita Khatri

Coinbase has added a new feature allowing users to directly transfer crypto holdings on Coinbase.com to accounts in its Wallet app.

LA Kings Now Let Fans Verify Merchandise Using a Blockchain App

| Daniel Palmer

The U.S. ice hockey team has launched a blockchain-based app allowing fans to ensure their merchandise and memorabilia are the real deal.