CoinDesk Bitcoin App Now Available for iPhone

CoinDesk Bitcoin App Now Available for iPhone

CoinDesk has released an iOS application featuring the latest bitcoin news and analysis, Bitcoin Price Index, a price chart, currency converter and price alert notifications. Users can check the real-time bitcoin price on the app's homepage which combines price and network pages from the website. Users have the option to toggle between the bitcoin price and network statistics. Currently, the homepage features the USD price index, but users can take advantage of the currency calculator tab to view the price in their currency of choice. The bitcoin price is based on Bitcoin Price Index data.....


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The decision to bring virtual currency within the scope of our regulatory framework should be viewed by those who respect and obey the basic rule of law as a positive development for this sector. It recognizes the innovation virtual currencies provide, and the benefits they might offer society.

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