Copay Bitcoin Wallet App Now Available on Google Play Store

Copay Bitcoin Wallet App Now Available on Google Play Store

Not terribly long after the release of the Copay beta via the web interface at Copay.io comes the news that the official Copay application for Android devices has hit the Google Play Store. The application is essentially the mobile version of the service, if you haven't already guessed (if you have, gold star on your forehead). It's a unique bitcoin wallet system that ups security by allowing wallet creators to require cosigners in order for bitcoin holdings to be spent or otherwise transmitted. It's open source, meaning anyone who knows what they're doing can review the code, and already,....


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