India’s Leading Bitcoin Exchange To Allow Users To Create Own Wallet Names

India’s Leading Bitcoin Exchange To Allow Users To Create Own Wallet Names

India’s leading Bitcoin exchange, Coinsecure, has announced its partnership with Netki with the purpose of allowing its Bitcoin wallet users to create their own wallet names. The aim is to make the wallets easier to use and more reliable. Growing prominence in India. Many users have difficulty memorizing the address of their wallet. This problem is faced by many exchanges as, for mass adoption of Bitcoin by casual users who don’t have knowledge of cryptography to occur, there must be a simpler way of presenting the long list of numbers that is a wallet address. CoinTelegraph reached out to....


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