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Safello Announces Social Media-Inspired Bitcoin Wallet

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Just bought bitcoins from safello but i cant find a way to send them to my wallet /r/Bitcoin

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Safello Announces Social Media-Inspired Bitcoin Wallet

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Safello Wallet Integrates With To Offer Better Bitcoin Experience For Novice Users

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Safello's New Bitcoin Wallet - "So Easy That Even Your Mom Could Use It”

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Safello Announces Social Media-Inspired Bitcoin Wallet

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v5.5.8 is out on iOS, android and macOS

v5.5.8 is out on iOS, android and macOS
Monster release 🔥
  • Support for big wallets (>3k txs) 🐳
  • Side wallet navigation (tablet/desktop) 🏝
  • Slovenian language 🇸🇮
  • Hebrew language 🇮🇱
  • Arabic language 🇪🇬🇸🇦🇶🇦🇱🇧💙
  • KES/NGN/TWD currencies 🇰🇪 🇳🇬 🇹🇼

  • Wrong value on tx broadcast
  • Transaction time when using EPS
  • Some EPS txs stay unconfirmed
  • Dark/light theme switch
  • Create-ln-invoice button is not blocked
  • On approved notifications send hash from watch
  • If Camera not authorized, show Alert
  • Only show direct export
  • Better errors from Local Trader
  • Safello buy-bitcoin flow
  • Request location for Local Trader
  • Input fails for leading/trailing blank
  • Show Import file option
  • Wrong color during loading
  • Speedup wallet creation

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v5.5.8 introduces support for BIG wallets. Y'all punks, freaks, whales and Bitcoin users can easily load, access and use your wallets with thousands of transactions. Thanks for your patience on this one. 🦸🦹‍♀️🐳

support for big wallets

A new sidebar navigation is now available for Tablets, iPad and Desktop. This navigation brings a better and more native UX to these devices with an always present sidebar. We hope you enjoying it :)
desktop tablets bitcoin wallet
Your help is invaluable in building the best possible bitcoin wallet.
You can help us out with a review on the different app stores, that will be extremely helpful!

Keep building! 💙
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Recieving bitcoins thru thirdparty sites.

So i am new to bitcoin. I have a "online store" where you can buy something called IPTV. Ive been having paypal as only payment option for my customers, but that is just a big pain in the ass.
So i decided i will use bitcoins as alot of other ppl do with IPTV.
So i have done 2 wallets, one is here on Electrum, the other one is Wasabi. Of what i understand wasabi use only Bech32 and that is not good for third party. So i made a wallet here and choosed the other option so its not Bech32.
So the 3rd party sites i want to use where my customers will pay will be: (For a swedish payment option called swish) & (For ppl that want to pay thru creditcard)
My questions now:
I guess i need to use Electrum?
How do i make a button on my site that will autogenerate a new wallet recive adress that my costumers can pay thru, so i dont have to be by the computer always.
Hope somone can help me. Thanks
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Swedish official crypto broker VS

So this morning I was showing my friend how to buy crypto, preferably BCH of course but also ETH. Since my favourite Norwegian broker is down (because legal reasons) I had to use old reliable (they at least offer BTC and ETH, only offers BTC cripple coin). Registration took like 30 seconds, what a breeze, let's buy 50$ worth of ETH! Buuuuuut, when we clicked the BUY-button, "BAM!", we were required to attach photos of ID, photos of a recent bill, and a whole lot of other personal information. Super creepy, I'm surprised they dont need an anal probe to finish it off.
Soo, we decided to try out . I've read a lot about it here but was a little weary that the whole process would turn my friend off. Turns out, registration took 1 minute, we found a seller (picked the first choice, guy had 40 trades), had a nice greeting ("good morning" etc) followed by the smoothest experience I've ever had buying crypto! (Paid with Swedish banking app Swish, no long code required like when buying officially). We were both suprised at the simplicity.
I can only say I'm very impressed with and I'm probably never looking back to or I'm also disappointed on them for not offering BCH. keeps spamming me with emails about next bull run and "gainz", they've totally stopped talking about BTC as something useful or being money. Very sad.
TWO problems with the wallet though: When adding an address to the address book, choosing the qr-code scan-function will start a sending process and then throw you out of the address registration. So the scan option is basically useless. This was very annoying for both of us.
Also, no sound notification when receiving money, both of us had the same problem (Samsung phones, and yes we've turned on sound notifications in settings). We tried sending money back and forth and we were both like "did you send yet?!", "oh yeah, it's in my tx history!".
If this is the wallet to introduce newbies, these simple problems need to be fixed.
EDIT: This is no critique of established exchanges as they have no choice but to follow the ever increasing regulations. LBC is a great way to get around this.
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My hat goes off to the NYA signers and their support for bigger blocks in the face of fanatical thugs who operate by threatening, lying, manipulating and censoring

The following companies and services have pledged to adopt bigger blocks by supporting SegWit2X. We should all in turn make sure to support these companies.
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The first rule of the TREZOR is: You do not talk about the TREZOR.

The TREZOR has been shipping for about a month and we haven't heard a peep about it at CoinDesk or anywhere else really. Why is that? You would think that CoinDesk readers would want to know about a first-of-its-kind hardware wallet that makes Bitcoin theft virtually impossible. Wouldn't they want to know how it works? We get all the ins and outs of the latest "social media-inspired wallet" and how it works but near-total silence on a truly groundbreaking tool.
This year CoinDesk has only talked about the possibility of the TREZOR shipping (here and here) but nothing in-depth about it.
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Frång ang bitcoin deklarering

Hej under 2016 köpte min kompis bitcoin typ 2-3 gånger för ett totalbelopp av kanske 1500kr via någon hemsida typ safello där hon betalade med swish. Dessa bitcoins satte hon tydligen direkt in på sin flugsvamp.onion wallet och spenderade dessa.
Detta deklarerade hon aldrig, är det något hon teoretiskt sett skulle ha behövt göra, eller måste man endast deklara bitcoins/cryptos om hon växlade dessa BTC's till en annan kryptovaluta/sålde dem för SEK?
Asså själva köpa och behåll-delen måste ej deklareras?
Om det var så att hon hade en liten summa BTC kvar som sedan 2016 har växt till sig och hon kanske under hösten 2018 vill sälja dessa, hur gör hon då för att i framtiden deklarera dessa?
Måste hon oroa sig över dessa små summor,(skattefusk?) typ 1500kr? För örvigt kan hon inte hitta detaljer för dessa transaktioner då hon inte hittar de i swishappen/på sin bank
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Where to buy Bitcoin list

There are many options, this is a very old list, so now are way more than these. Please help to update this list:
There are many options to buy Bitcoin: - P2P decentralized exchange, strongly recommended - ATM list - buy from local stores in US - US, integrated into Mycelium and Airbitz wallets - P2P exchange - buy BTC with coupons in gas stations (EU) - pay easy with debit/credit cards and many other methods - cash or cards in almost all countries - instant buy with cards and vouchers - instant buy with cards and vouchers - buy instant with debit, cash, flexepinin CA - buy BTC or exchange BTC for cash to any ATM in EU - BTC with CC - no registration - nice mobile app to buy/sell BTC with cards - buy BTC with no account required, with cash to ATMs in EU - buy with cards in India - nice app to buy in India - buy BTC in India - buy in AUS with cash, ATM - trade BTC in AUS If still is not enough check here more Another useful tools: - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills - EU - pay bills - EU - pay bills - EU - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills - EU, maybe CA, US, MEX - EU - pay bills in US - pay bills in US - pay bills - CA - pay bills, get wages - AUS - pay bills AUS - pay bills, receive wages, recharge phones credit - PH - pay bills etc - PH - pay bills Thailand - TH - AUS - international Instant exchanges/shapeshifting
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[uncensored-r/btc] How the Tether (USDT) distribution system works. Bitcoin/DASH, Coinapult, Cryptocapital, Bitifnex...

The following post by geekmonk is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link: btc/comments/7ljmik
The original post's content was as follows:
Full article:
The article is somehow badly written, so here is a short summary:
CryptoCapital - Panamanian Financial services company (launched by HAVELOCKINVESTMENTS) claiming to be a bank and licensed crypto exchange (the author has proof both are false).
HAVELOCKINVESTMENTS - Announced partnership between Coinapult and Cryptocapital
Coinapult and Cryptocapital are connected through Ira Miller (ex-CEO of Coinapult, also developed Cryptocapital's internal tech)
Where Tethers come into play: Coinapult offers a service known as LOCK where you lock the value in usd of your bitcoins in order to hedge against fluctuations. The Author has evidence and is sure that Coinapult, to "protect" the value in usd of the coins (bitcoins & dash) its LOCK feature users deposit, simply converts them into Tethers but claims instead that deposits are insured by CryptoCapital. The author also notes that Coinapult's Bitcoin price feed is taken from Bitfinex which proves they are converting them into tethers (also run by Bitfinex).
How/Why Tethers are printed: Coinapult offers its LOCK feature to Mycelium and a DASH wallet. People who deposit bitcoins/dash coins with Mycelium and decide to LOCK the value of their investments in USD trigger the issuance of fresh tether tokens (through Coinapult and Cryptocapital). Beware that these people think they are insured by Cryptocapital but all cryptocapital does to insure them is to convert their coins into "Tethers". This makes particular sense if you think that only a couple of weeks ago a bitfinex employee commented in a Tether thread saying "what if tethers are bought with other cryptos".
Coinapult also works with Safello, an exchange with a dozen thousand users, and with DASH wallet(s).
Important Note: The Author points out how Coinapult went from being b2c (business-to-consumer) to a b2b entity (business-to-business) since the release of its lock feature. This means that Coinapult only works with businesses. In other words it offers its service to Safello and Mycelium in bulk, it doesn't deal with users individually.
Roger Ver: The Author is suspicious that Roger knows about Coinapult & CryptoCapital (Roger is an investor in Coinapult), the Tether mechanism used to "LOCK" bitcoin/dash holdings, and converted his 40k BTC into BCH to get out of the loop. The Author thinks so because Kraken (an exchange where Ver was an early investor) did business in the past with the Cryptocapital and because Ver has a stake in Safello so must be aware of the LOCK feature integration. The Author also mentions Roger's "somewhat confused" reaction when asked about Tethers in his recent AMA. In other words, the Author says Roger knows more than he says and this is one of the reasons he got out of bitcoin.
Author's Conclusion: If in a market crash the millionaires using the LOCK feature of Coinapult head over Coinapult to claim the locked value of their investments, they are probably not going to back the initial value (because they have been converted into tethers and not all tethers are backed by usd) but can hope at most to get back the initial coins they deposited. Also this can happen only if the coins have been kept safely in Bitfinex's vaults (bitfinex issues Tethers to Coinapult/Cryptocapital)
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Velkommen til BitcoinDK

Følgende videoer er et godt udgangspunkt til at forstå, hvordan Bitcoin virker og en lille smule om dets potentiale på lang sigt:
Tjek video wikisiden eller BitcoinTV.
Køb/Sælg bitcoins
Webshops med Bitcoin betaling
Webshops i EU med Bitcoin betaling
Lightning Network
Steder hvor du kan bruge bitcoins, dog ikke nødvendigvis uden dialog
Hanne Søgaard Hansen:
Men man er nødt til at set på den konkrete situation. Er det for at sælge eller for at bruge bitcoins som betalingsmiddel? * - Guide * - Skattefri gevinst * Børsens fortolkning * Spekulations beskatning Hvis du købte bitcoins for at sælge dem igen, og hvis de er faldet i værdi så kan du få fradrag. * Skattefri gevinst ved anvendelse som betalingsmiddel (Bindende personlig svar fra skat)
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I was told bitcoins where free to use without fees

So when someone saw it fit to throw up a number for the suicide hotline in this sub I knew that it was a good time to buy BTC so I bought in at $610/BTC and a while back I sold at $960 (this was only as a way for me to understand it better and incentivise me to read up more on the prospects). So to my title: I thought that if I managed to get in at rock bottom and sell almost at the top resulting in a whooping 57% increase in price I was to end up with some extra cash in my pocket. How much did I end up with? A cool 5% return on investment. AHA, you mean 50%? No, 5%. The spread of the company that helped me buy into and sell my BTC was so insane that I made close to nothing. The broker (if you call them that) is Safello and I am sure that there are other way better than this but still; this is not something wildly spoken of and not taking it into account can turn a really good ROI into nothing or even less. Watch out for the spreads. Also, I know it is not a fee and that actual transactions between wallets is (more or less) free but no one talks about the spread and you should really pay attention to it. Now I will spend that 5% return ($7.6) on a sweet tasty Max burger.
EDIT: This was meant as a heads up to people not to make my mistake. But in true /bitcoin fashion it turned into showing in how many ways I am wrong and that I should feel bad. Keep ignoring actual issues /bitcoin, eventually they will all go away. Also deflation is not an issue.
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Reporte Semanal #3 Junio 2015 I Análisis de Mercado de

Durante la última semana la moneda digital operó lateral desde una corrección luego del máximo de USD 257.39. Alcanzando el mínimo semanal en USD 238.20 el 24/06. Vemos un soporte firme en USD 240. Podríamos observer una subida hacia la resistencia representada por el círculo azul. Como vemos, no hubo una tendencia clara en terminos de volumen, lo que acompaña la lateralización del precio.*LaaGVgnyi2fpzEOtHQbKCA.png
Hoy 26/06/2015 (a las 12 hs UTC) el Bitcoin opera en USD 241.20.
Un informe largamente anticipado publicado por el Comité Permanente del Senado Canadiense sobre la Banca y el Comercio ha pedido un “ligero toque normativo” a los bitcoin y monedas digitales.
El informe, titulado “”Digital Currency: You Can’t Flip This Coin!”, se produce después de una revisión que duro meses y que incluyó una serie de audiencias ante la comisión del Senado, sin duda desempeñara un papel importante en cómo el gobierno Canadiense dara forma a una futura regulación .
El comité recomendó al gobierno que busque maneras de utilizar las monedas digitales y la tecnología blockchain, considerando que la tecnología es “ingeniosa” y capaz de satisfacer las necesidades potencialmente críticas, tanto en el sector financiero como en el acceso a servicios bancarios en el mundo.
El informe afirma:
“El gobierno federal [debería], poner en consideración cualquier legislación, regulación y políticas, para crear un entorno que fomente la innovación en las monedas digitales y sus tecnologías asociadas. Como tal, el gobierno debe regular con un “toque ligero” que minimice las acciones que podrían sofocar el desarrollo de estas nuevas tecnologías “.
El comité también recomendó que el trabajo del gobierno con otros países en los marcos regulatorios que ofrecen un enfoque equilibrado para la supervisión y proporcionan información al público sobre las implicaciones legales y fiscales de las monedas digitales, y llevar a cabo nuevos exámenes sobre resultados del estudio en los próximos tres años.
Cabe destacar que el comité recomendó que los cambios de divisa digitales canadienses estén sujetos a regulaciones de transmisión de dinero, sino que las empresas que únicamente ofrecen servicios de monedero en Canadá no deben caer bajo esa clasificación.
El informe citó el lavado de dinero, financiamiento del terrorismo y volatilidad de los precios como “graves obstáculos” para el gobierno como se considera la regulación moneda digital.
El Comité del Senado completo Canadiense Permanente de Banca, Comercio y Comercio informe se puede encontrar a continuación:
Barclays ha comenzado una prueba de concepto a la tecnología bitcoin.
Tras un acuerdo con el Trader de bitcoin Safello, el banco del Reino Unido dice que explorara cómo las tecnologías blockchain podrían reforzar el sector de servicios financieros.
En declaraciones a CoinDesk, el CEO de Safello Frank Schuil dijo que la decisión de Barclays refleja un cambio más amplio en la financiación tradicional:
“Si un Banco Tier I firma una prueba de concepto con una empresa bitcoin no es un indicativo de tiempos en los que estamos, entonces no sé lo que es … su actitud está cambiando y está cambiando rápidamente.”
El anuncio, realizado en la sesión de demostración Barclays Accelerator en Londres, se presenta como el número creciente de bancos que están probando libros mayores distribuidos como el de Ripple.
Safello fue una de las 10 nuevas empresas FinTech que participan en el programa de aceleración de 13 semanas de Barclays, que comenzó el año pasado. Ubicado en el Mile End de Londres, las empresas del régimen reciben una tutoría y herramientas de Barclays, junto con £ 20,000 en financiación inicial del socio TechStars.
Schuil describió el programa como una “experiencia de aprendizaje mutuo” para Barclays y Safello. Aunque los detalles exactos de la pareja de la prueba de concepto se mantienen en secreto,el indicó que la plataforma de gasto bitcoin de Safello podría llegar a un sector demográfico importante para el banco.
“El grupo que tenemos como objetivo es el del milenio que los bancos encuentran difícil de alcanzar, y lo estamos haciendo con una tecnología que tienen que entender”, dijo, y agregó: “De esta manera y de otras maneras que estamos construyendo un puente entre lo tradicional del mundo financiero y el bitcoin “.
Otras seis nuevas empresas en el evento, incluyendo la blockchain-diamond-tracker Everledger, rporto estar en “la exploración de oportunidades” con Barclays.
Una ‘prueba de esfuerzo máximo “planeada para la red Bitcoin fue llevada a cabo sin mayores incidentes, aunque la empresa organizadora del evento, dijo que sólo fue capaz de enviar el 15% del volumen de transacciones que se había previsto.
La Bitcoin broker había planeado la prueba de esfuerzo a partir del 22 de junio a las 13:00 GMT, para durar 100 bloques. Se ha tratado de pasar 20 BTC (alrededor de 5.000 dólares) a las transacciones por un total de aproximadamente 200 MB de datos.
La intención original era inundar la red Bitcoin con transacciones para ver si el tamaño del bloque de 1MB actual era adecuado para tal volumen, y si la red podría recuperarse rápidamente de una oleada.
El objetivo declarado de CoinWallet era demostrar que el tamaño del bloque de 1 MB es insuficiente si el bitcoin llega a ser “algo más que un proyecto de ciencia costosa”.
Diez servidores Bitcoin enviarían dos transacciones por segundo, cada una de aproximadamente 3 KB de tamaño y cada envío de 10 a 20 direcciones. Las salidas de las transacciones (por un total de transacciones más grandes de 15–30KB) serían entonces combinadas y se envíarian de nuevo a los servidores originales.
Esto siguió a una serie de pruebas más cortas de CoinWallet realizadas en los últimos días.
Cuestiones de prueba
Sin embargo, los servidores de CoinWallet fallaron y la prueba no se pudo completar en los volúmenes previstos.
La compañía registró en Reddit:
“A las 17:00 GMT nuestros servidores BitcoinD fallaron. Los servidores fueron renovados, pero no cumplieron con nuestro volumen de transacción prevista. El máximo de espera de la cartera era de 15 MB. Lejos de la meta de 200 MB. A finales de la tarde la prueba se considero completa. Aproximadamente el 15% del volumen previsto ocurrio”.
CoinWallet dijo que lanzará otra prueba en siete días.
CoinWallet había enfrentado críticas por el lanzamiento de la prueba en vivo en una red bitcoin desprevenida, con algunos llamándolo un “ataque”.
Otros, sin embargo, como el desarrollador bitcoin Peter Todd, tenían curiosidad por ver sus efectos y publicaron instrucciones sobre cómo los usuarios podrían asegurar que sus transacciones fueran enviadas de igual manera.
Para la mayoría, el período de prueba parece haber pasado sin incidentes.
Hubo algunos informes anecdóticos de los retrasos de transacción publicados en línea, a pesar de que no ha sido comprobada de que eran el resultado de la prueba u otras circunstancias.
Tasas de transacción más altas
CoinWallet adjunta una gama de diferentes tarifas a sus transacciones de prueba para ver si todos los días más transacciones de Bitcoin se retrasarían. Algunos de los honorarios de prueba superaron los 10.000 Satoshi (0.0001 BTC) por KB de datos de transacción.
El fabricante de software Monedero Multibit publicó en su página web que las transacciones con sólo 1.000 Satoshi (0,00001 BTC) por KB se retrasaron durante la prueba, algunos de ellos toman hasta 87 bloques para confirmar.
La cartera Multibit HD tiene una configuración predeterminada de 3000 Satoshi (0,00003 BTC) por KB, que es ajustable por el usuario entre 1.000 y 10.000 Satoshi.
Las transacciones con valores establecidos de 3000 Satoshi tomaron de 11 a 80 bloques para confirmar, y los establecidos en los máximos de 10.000 Satoshi tomaron un promedio de nueve.
El equipo concluyó:
“Cuando la red Bitcoin se inunda con las transacciones a un nivel de tarifa especial, las operaciones con tasas inferiores no quedan confirmadas en el momento oportuno.”
Mientras que la mayoría en el mundo bitcoin ha discutido recientemente que el bloque de transacción de 10 minutos deberia de ser aumentado a 8 MB o 20 MB para manejar volúmenes más grandes, otros prefieren el status quo.
El creador del Protocolo BitTorrent, Bram Cohen escribió en un blog titulado “La ironica crisis Bitcoin” que tamaños de bloque de 1MB son preferibles, ya que esto daría lugar a una mayor competencia en las tasas de transacción y, a su vez beneficiará a los mineros que mantienen la red segura.
El proveedor de servicios de pago en linea Vogogo ha recaudado $ 12,5 millones como parte de un acuerdo de financiación en una ronda dirigida por inversionistas como Beacon Securities, Clarus Securities y Salmon Parteners.
La financiación trae una recaudación de fondos total de $ 21 millones. Vogogo recaudó $ 8,5 millones en fondos de riesgo en agosto del año pasado, antes de su debut en la Bolsa de Valores de Toronto en septiembre.
Como parte de la financiación ,Beacon, Clarus y salmón actuaron como los vendedores oficiales de acciones de Vogogo en el mercado libre a cambio de una tasa sobre los ingresos totales.
El CEO de Vogogo Geoff Gordon indicó que los fondos serán utilizados por la empresa para adquisiciones clave, depósitos de seguridad con los socios de la banca y en el fomento de la ventaja del primer movimiento como una firma de cumplimiento centrada en el espacio de las criptomonedas.
Gordon dijo a CoinDesk:
“Creo que hay grupos que son capaces de hacerlo, pero estamos claramente por delante de cualquier competidor potencial. Apuntamos al largo plazo y queremos activar esta industria con una buena gestión de riesgos y cumplimiento.”
Gordon sugirió que los fondos ayudarán a “sentar cabeza” las acciones de la compañía, que han disminuido de un máximo de tres meses de $ 3.50 por acción el 10 de abril a un total de $ 1.93.
Vogogo ha estimado que ahora tiene 20 clientes de la industria de las criptomonedas integrandos con sus productos,el de más alto perfil es el intercambio Bitstamp. Sin embargo, Gordon indicó que este grupo de clientes se está diversificando ya que la industria evoluciona.
“Estamos yendo con la plataforma, pero nosotros seguiremos viendo nuevos grupos que vienen a nosotros. Ustedes todavía tienen grandes intercambios, pero es ahora servicios de remesas y diversos servicios financieros”, dijo.
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CEO Frank Schuil on how Safello exchange aims to make bitcoin safer and more compliant Sveriges första bitcoin-automat Interview with Frank Schuil at Interview with Frank Schuil, Safello  Dutch Blockchain Conference #dbc16

Safello framed its wallet service as one that aims to eliminate some of the more common pain points associated with bitcoin wallets, branding it as “so easy that even your mom could use it ... Safello is now allowing users to request invitations to its newly launched bitcoin wallet service. For the release [1], the Sweden-based bitcoin services company will leverage Blockchain’s API, though its wallet service will build upon Blockchain [2] ‘s basic offering, adding an additional social layer that will allow users to easily search for other users with whom they’ve previously ... The Safello Bitcoin wallet presents users with an informative infographic, detailing the entire transaction history from the date a specific address was generated up until right now. All of this information is available on, which is where Safello gathers its data from and uses their own graphical interface to display said information. Last but not least, the Safello Wallet ... How long does it take to receive the bitcoin in my wallet? Written by Safello Updated over a week ago When you make an instant purchase at Safello we send out the bitcoins immediately if the order is not flagged for manual review. Some wallets does not show the transactions until it has been mined into a block. If you want to check the status of your order and if the bitcoin has been sent out ... Safello recommends using Bitcoin hardware wallets, such as Ledger, Trezor, KeepKey and BitBox in order to ensure the maximum safety to your cryptocurrencies. One of the biggest benefits of a hardware wallet is that it stays offline until you need to use it and does not expose private keys to your computer. Therefore, an encrypted hardware wallet provides an extra layer of security and ...

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CEO Frank Schuil on how Safello exchange aims to make bitcoin safer and more compliant

SUBSCRIBE for daily analysis and tips and Show your support by commenting below. Frank Schuil, CEO of Safello a safe and simple bitcoin exchange for European customers chatted to Crypto Finder at ... Interview with Frank Schuil the CEO, Co-founder and Board Member Hur du kan köpa bitcoin på Safello på 30 sekunder - Duration: 0:38. Safello 8,511 views. 0:38. ... Using Bitcoin on an iPhone - Blockchain HTML Wallet - Duration: 3:51. Coin Republic ... Frank is a Dutch entrepreneur living in Sweden. As CEO & Co-founder of Safello Frank Schuil is heading the efforts to help tens of thousands of customers in ...