BreadWallet, cryptocurrency wallet service, published an update on its first quarter on Mar. 16, three months after the token sale. According to the announcement, Bread (BRD) application will start supporting Ethereum from the first week of April. However, ERC-20 functions will only be available to users who took part in the company’s ICO. Additionally, the team will be running an airdrop in order to celebrate the success of the project. Continue reading Bitcoin Wallet BreadWallet is Bringing Ethereum Support
The timing of the rollout couldn’t be better. Zug, Switzerland-based bitcoin wallet startup Bread unveiled plans to accept international bitcoin purchases via credit card. Bread is boasting features such as “high limits” and same-day delivery for bitcoin purchases, both of which are often missing from cryptocurrency exchanges. By allowing this service, which is a product of a relationship with Simplex, investors can bypass cryptocurrency exchanges, which incidentally top US banks have taken aim at of late. Bread tweeted – While Bread is making it easier for investors to get their hand on bitcoin, banks are making it more difficult. JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup and Lloyd’s in recent days placed a ban on bitcoin purchases via credit card. Cryptocurrency exchanges appear to be tops on banks’ radar for credit card bitcoin purchases.
As Bread prepares to rapidly expand into all aspects of global finance, we are launching the first-ever wallet-based rewards program, built around the Bread token. Bread tokens will unlock a long list of perks for users of the Bread platform. Token holders will enjoy discounts, sequential tiers of complementary or exclusive access to premium features, and full white glove service for our most elite customers.
Current Price: $1.14 USD
Market Cap: $68,422,496 USD
Circulating Supply: 59,888,399 BRD
Total Supply: 88,862,718 BRD