Bytecoin has started the process of enabling full-scale support for hardware wallets, releasing early software that facilitates storage on Ledger and Trezor. Support for hardware wallets is part of Bytecoin’s plan for maintaining the security of its community and dealing with emerging threats to the crypto space. Continue reading Bytecoin Ups the Ante on Security with Early Support for Hardware Wallets
Another shipping company has now joined the global blockchain revolution, this time it’s UPS. According to a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the global shipping giant is considering setting up a system of locker banks so that it could take in Bitcoin as payment.
Here’s how it works: As outlined in the USPTO filing document, a seller can leave an item inside a locker (which can be rented) for the buyer to pick up later-on by entering the designated payment, thus completing the transaction.