Pheeva Launches Branded Bitcoin Wallet for Georgia Tech

Pheeva Launches Branded Bitcoin Wallet for Georgia Tech

Love Will, Inc, the team behind the Pheeva bitcoin wallet, has launched a branded bitcoin wallet specifically for students at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Called 'the Jacket Wallet', the custom bitcoin wallet features Georgia Tech's signature navy blue and gold colors, and will require users to have a campus email address to enroll. The wallet was officially unveiled at a kickoff event for the school's first dedicated bitcoin group, Bitcoin@Tech. Held on 24th September, the Bitcoin 101 session featured representatives from Pheeva and Georgia-based payment processor BitPay, as well....


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