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Apple Revises App Store Guidelines for Cryptocurrency Apps

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Business, Ethereum, News

Apple Revises App Store Guidelines for Cryptocurrency Apps

Apple has recently revised its App Store guidelines and provided new rules concerning cryptocurrency apps. According to TechCrunch, a number of Apple developers recently worked together to form a group called “The Developers Union.” The Union requested Apple to offer free trial versions of their apps. It’s one of the first instances independent iOS app developers have pushed back at…

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Apple Rejects Jaxx’s DASH Integration

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Apple Rejects Jaxx’s DASH Integration

After being integrated into Jaxx’s blockchain wallet, DASH now faces a new challenge as Apple does not approve of the cryptocurrency, allowing only bitcoin, litecoin, ether, dogecoin, ripple and DAO tokens on its app store. The announcement followed shortly afterward Jaxx announced support for Ethereum Classic, stating requests from the community and the need for a non-exchange storage solution. Could…

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Apple Introduces Cryptographic Libraries to Protect Apps with Advanced Security Protocols

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Apple Introduces Cryptographic Libraries to Protect Apps with Advanced Security Protocols

On October 29, Apple announced the launch of its cryptographic libraries called corecrypto library, allowing third-party developers to improve the security measures and add additional security protocols in iOS and OS X applications. The decision of Apple to integrate new security protocols comes after the efforts of other major technology firms, including Intel and Symantec, to explore various hacking tools…

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