Initially perceived as a scam and unreliable, digital currencies were only worth a few cents. Today, things are different as the cryptocurrency industry has grown immensely. This growth has brought with it some ridiculous stories worth telling.
General digitization has brought most of the world's population online. Most operations from virtually all walks of life, including payments, are going digital. Therefore, wallets have also gone digital. Storing money in a pocket is a relic of the past.
Revolut has rolled out cryptocurrency withdrawals to give its users the new option of transferring their digital currency. The feature allows withdrawals to private wallets outside of the Revolut ecosystem in an effective, fast and secure manner.
While in this age of digitization no one gets surprised by hacks and virtual theft, physical robbery is still something that has not become a thing of the past. Moreover, ordinary burglars try to keep pace with progress as well. Thus, some of them are getting so sophisticated that they are interested in stealing cryptocurrencies through private keys and cold storage.
Launched in September 2020, Blender Wallet by Blender.io, a recognized privacy team, represents a new-gen approach to anonymous Bitcoin (BTC) wallets. It merges an unparalleled level of decentralization and an intuitive user interface.
The company has introduced a processor in the Galaxy S20 series to store the first cryptocurrency and tokens of the ERC-20 standard. Samsung's Galaxy S20 smartphones have a storage feature for Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies that support the ERC20 protocol.