Nic Cary Teases New Blockchain Wallet For Apple iOS

Nic Cary Teases New Blockchain Wallet For Apple iOS

Nicolas Cary, CEO of Blockchain (not to be confused with the bitcoin block chain), has taken to the Twitter-waves to tease the company's brand-spanking-new Blockchain Wallet application for Apple iOS devices. "Reddit asks. Reddit gets," Cary's tweet read with a sneak peak screenshot: Cary's tweet today comes just a couple of weeks following Apple's reveal of iOS 8 - the latest iteration of the company's mobile operating system. Shortly after the company seeded the software beta to developers, they released an amended list of App Store rules. In those rules, community members almost....


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