Hive Wallet Is Officially Unsupported

Hive Wallet Is Officially Unsupported

The Bitcoin wallet Hive is no longer being actively developed. In fact, the creator says that the wallet hasn't had much development in "over a year." Users are told by the wallet’s founder to move their active seeds over to a compatible wallet provider such as Bread Wallet or Mycelium. Hive Wallet Founder, Wendell Davis: Davis added that he's sorry he didn't inform people earlier. The first issue brought to the public via r/bitcoin forums was by a user having trouble logging in to his wallet. The user then went to Hives webpage, which he describes as acting somewhat quirky, but still....


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