CoinCorner Launches Mobile Wallet, POS Solution and Payment Gateway

CoinCorner Launches Mobile Wallet, POS Solution and Payment Gateway

CoinCorner, operator of the first cryptocurrency exchange on the Isle of Man, has announced the launch of three new services - all part of an incremental update of the exchange's platform. The new version of CoinCorner's bitcoin platform delivers a new mobile wallet app, a free payment gateway and a point of sale (POS) system. The new services are free to use, but CoinCorner will maintain its fee on bitcoin to fiat conversion. Multi-cryptocurrency wallet. The mobile wallet - which is free and available for both Android and Apple iOS devices - allows users to buy, sell, send and receive....


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