BlueWallet Launches Bitcoin Wallet for Desktop Apps
BlueWallet is proud to announce the launch of its desktop app for MacOS, Windows, and Android. This new app enables users to securely store their Bitcoin and other digital assets in a single place. With BlueWallet, users can easily access their wallets from any device with an internet connection. The desktop app also allows users to send and receive payments quickly and securely without having to worry about security or privacy issues.
We are on a mission is to make it easy for everyone to access and use Bitcoin safely. With the launch of its desktop app, it has taken another step towards achieving this goal. The new BlueWallet desktop app will provide users with a secure and convenient way to manage their digital assets on the go or from the comfort of their homes.
The BlueWallet project was born out of the ashes of the 2017 bull run, with the frustration of not finding a wallet for our Bitcoin needs. Where we could have a Bitcoin-only wallet and complete control of the transactions, at the time, there wasn’t a single Bitcoin wallet available for iOS that was bitcoin-only, supported Segwit, and where we could have fee control. So we decided to build it.
Our commitment is to build the best Bitcoin wallet we can with a strong focus on open-source foundations, self-sovereign principles, decentralization, and the Cypherpunk’s Manifesto. We will iterate slowly, we will not build it in one day, but we will get there. BlueWallet supports various Bitcoin wallet implementations, BIPs, and different integrations with external services. You can easily import any wallet with our wallet recovery and import feature. BlueWallet is sure to be an invaluable tool for cryptocurrency enthusiasts around the world.
Website URL: https://bluewallet.ai
Contact Person: Anna AUGUSTYN
Phone: +44 7626244213
Email: [email protected]
Company Address: 235/2 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH11 1TU
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