Bither is a “simple and secure” Bitcoin wallet available as a mobile app for Android and iPhone devices. You can also use it as a desktop application. The team behind Bither is involved with many other blockchain and cryptocurrency projects. Bitpie is one of those, which is also a wallet of sorts, but it’s more versatile and powerful.
Bitpie describes itself as an industry leader wallet that features support for several blockchains (including the big players such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, but also EOS, USDT and others). And now it supports Litecoin already, too.
The Australian project aims to provide safe asset management and decentralized applications for users on the planet. The experience that Bither has given this team has allowed them to create a versatile and useful wallet in which convenience, safety, and control over your digital wallet go together seamlessly.
Bitpie supports Coin Swap and Instant Trade, which are two blockchain-related protocols that make transacting between different blockchains more accessible and practical. But that’s mostly under-the-hood, an average user doesn’t really need to be concerned about that kind of thing at all.
They just will notice that every transaction is clean, fast, cheap, and reliable. Well, there’s one thing that users will see. Coin Swaps do not need for customers to follow the bothersome Know-your-customer (KYC) protocols that can be a little intrusive and always take a bit of time.
Both are cutting edge services that are already available in the wallet for SCNY, EETH, EBTC, EUSD, ETH, USDT, and BTC. And, since the March of this year, for LTC as well. The new feature adds versatility and ease of use for Litecoin holders, which will surely be appreciated.
The advanced Bitpie wallet continues to add new coins to its list all the time and to maintain and improve the service it offers to the already available tokens. The team’s extensive expertise allows them to come up with superior user experience.
It’s essential to keep in mind that this is a crypto wallet in which ease-of-use and eye-candy are not the core values. On the contrary, these are developers with a deep understanding of blockchain technology, and they bring that to the table so that the product is reliable from the very foundation.
The new development is good news for Litecoin as the Litecoin Foundation has been pressing hard to achieve mainstream adoption for its cryptocurrency in many different ways. It’s done marketing campaigns, Twitter hashtag campaigns, and it even bought part of a German bank so that having presence within the conventional financial system makes it easier to issue crypto-backed debit cards. And now, LTC will be a better option for Bitpie users as well.
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