We’re always striving for Bitcoin.com to be the leading destination for all your bitcoin needs. This month we are thrilled to announce that our new easy-to-use bitcoin wallet is now available for multiple operating systems.
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Introducing the New Bitcoin.com Wallet: Great for Beginners and Seasoned Experts
Bitcoin.com is growing immensely with many feature services and tons of cryptocurrency content for both newcomers and veterans in this space. We have a vast array of educational sources, a wiki, bitcoin-related news, casino games, and so much more. Now we’ve decided to launch our premiere Bitcoin.com wallet client for Mac, Windows, Linux, Apple iOS, and Android operating systems. We’ve also created a fantastic chrome extension wallet as well. Additionally, we think our wallets are perfect for beginners as the user interface makes it really easy to use and store bitcoins.
With the new Bitcoin.com wallet, users can purchase bitcoins, send and receive the decentralized currency, and store their digital asset with confidence. Users can verify the code and download the clients via Github, as well as download the Android client from Google Play, and our iOS wallet from the App Store. Bitcoin.com’s CEO, Roger Ver, is thrilled to provide a first class wallet for bitcoin users both new and old.
“I’m excited about our new wallet,” explains Ver. “The user interface is straightforward, and I think beginners and even seasoned bitcoin users are going to appreciate the simplicity.”
Now Bitcoin.com visitors can download a wallet while also having an enormous wealth of Bitcoin-centric information and feature services at their fingertips.
Downloading and Using the Bitcoin.com Wallet
The first thing to do to get a Bitcoin.com wallet is visit our download portal that offers versions for all major operating systems (OS) available. Choose your OS and open the installer which will bring you to the wallet’s launch settings where you can start a new wallet or restore an existing account.
Starting a new wallet is easy, but make sure you have a piece of paper and pen handy to write down your secret twelve-word seed phrase. Your seed phrase will give you access to your private keys, and you can restore a wallet from any OS using your seed in case you have an emergency. Bitcoin.com does not store users funds, and they can only be retrieved by using your private keys/seed phrase.
Using the wallet is simple as well, as users can send and receive using a copied address or scan a QR code. Furthermore, you can be quickly directed to the Bitcoin.com web portal from the wallet interface and head over to our buy.bitcoin.com purchasing page. The wallet has multiple languages and currencies that can be tailored in the settings section. The user interface also provides a range of fee settings to prioritize transactions, and excellent customer support.
Bitcoin.com: The Very Best When it Comes to Bitcoin Services and Related Content
We’re excited to offer a first class wallet client for all of our visitors here at Bitcoin.com, and we hope our readers give it a try. In addition to providing an easy to use and secure bitcoin wallet, our developers are in the midst of adding bitcoin cash (BCH) support as well. This means you will soon be able to send, receive, and store bitcoin cash in a quality non-custodial wallet.
Our development team is also thankful to Bitpay for creating the open source Copay wallet that helped us produce our new suite of clients. Feel free to send us some feedback and tell us about your experience using our new wallet. We want to offer the very best when it comes to bitcoin services and related content, and we believe the new Bitcoin.com wallet is one more great features our website has to offer. Additionally, this is just the beginning as our Bitcoin-focused website is just getting started!
Have you tried the new Bitcoin.com wallet yet? Let us know what you think in the comments below. We’d love to hear your feedback.
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