Nonprofit “Social Wallet” Hopes To Digitize The Wallet, No Fees To Be Charged

Nonprofit “Social Wallet” Hopes To Digitize The Wallet, No Fees To Be Charged

CoinTelegraph speaks to Canadian Bitcoiner Kyle Kemper about The Social Wallet, a nonprofit that hopes to digitize every aspect of a physical wallet, money, services, and identity.This is the first part in a series of three articles on the Social Wallet. A wallet that allows social payments. Social Wallet is a tremendous undertaking by its creator, Kyle Kemper, to bring Bitcoin to the masses and create a revolution in both the developing and developed worlds in terms of finance, identity, and information. The project launched on the 4th April and is seeking $21,000,000 in donations to....


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