Tony Gallippi Talks Newest BitPay Innovation: Copay

Tony Gallippi Talks Newest BitPay Innovation: Copay

BitPay's co-founder Tony Gallippi is no stranger to innovation. He helped create BitPay in 2011, making it the first bitcoin-payment processor. It led the path to connecting consumers and merchants, and still does today. At theNorth American Bitcoin Conference in Chicago, Gallippi was excited to expand upon BitPay's newest project and innovation to the Bitcoin community called Copay. CCN. Copay is an open-source multi-signature wallet with some highly interesting features created on BitPay's Bitcore, an open source bitcoin stack. For starters, BitPay is using Copay as one of its platforms....


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