Top 5 Bitcoin Apps For Iphones
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The Top 5 Bitcoin Apps For Iphones
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Alright so here we go the top 5 bitcoin apps
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The most common FAQ in the Bitcoin world (after “What is it?”) is probably “How do I buy and sell Bitcoin?”
CoinATMRadar is the iOS application for the web service of the same name and is an up to date directory of all the physical shops and businesses that buy and sell Bitcoin. With a world map and drop-pins, every location is shown, and tapping a pin gives the business name and an ‘i’ (for ‘information’) shortcut, leading to full contact details and any particular buying and selling limits. For example, ‘buying only’, and ‘up to 500GBP’, that sort of thing. If you prefer, there’s also a textual list of ‘ATM’ locations, sorted by distance from your current location.
4. Bitmap (free)
One of the other most common questions about Bitcoin is “What can you buy with it?” And the truth is usually “not very much”, at least not in the physical world – go into your local supermarket or department store and ask if you can pay them in Bitcoin and they'll look at you like you have three heads. Bitcoins main purpose is to enable transfer of funds between people and companies, of course but there are some bricks and mortar stores and establishments which accept Bitcoin and that’s the purpose of Bitmap, of course. It shows where you can simply turn up and pay for something physical.
If you live near a major city then the chances are good that you can experiment with paying in this way, though the usual Bitcoin transaction delay may be an issue, depending on what you’re buying. The concept is simple and so is the interface – just a pinch-to-zoom map with bitcoin icons scattered over it, tap any to see the business name and follow through to the ‘i’ pane, which normally has the relevant web site queued up. But it’s all you probably need if you’re planning to spend some serious ‘coin’ in the physical world – the data here is from coinmap.org and the maps from OpenStreetMap.
The whole concept of buying from a real world business using Bitcoin is still new but I did do a video on the top places you can spend your bitcoin at. Thats in the description also
3. Stocks (free)
I know Stocks is one of the original iPhone applications but it can actually do something that none of the third party tools can, i.e. include a widget showing the latest Bitcoin pricing in your iPhone’s swipe-down ‘Today’ widgets pane. The trick is to know how to configure Stocks in the first place.
For more on that go ahead and check out the site
2. CoinCap (free)
CoinCap is all about keeping on top of the value of crypto-currencies generally – Bitcoin is just one crytocurrency there are plenty of others. The idea here is to track your overall worth across your ‘altfolio’, with charts and constantly refreshing values, copious display options and search facilities for the most obscure currencies on the planet.
There’s an ‘Alert Manager’, that only fires once a day at the most, giving a warning system for often volatile crypto-currencies, plus you can only delete alerts once set up, you can’t edit them. Still, there’s a very real sense of excitement on the main ‘view’ pane, watching currency prices being refreshed, changing before your very eyes.
1. Blockchain Bitcoin Wallet (free)
Given how compute-intensive handling Bitcoins is, it’s not surprising that mobile computers such as smartphones are perfect tools to help you manage your encrypted Bitcoins, sending parts of them to other people or receiving them in turn. The concept here is of a digital ‘wallet’ and there are dozens of application which do the job, but the best wallet app for iOS is the one that’s made by the company online that you choose to host your Bitcoins.* So, for example, I use the biggest in the field, Blockchain.info, and helpfully they have a first party application shown here. But if you use a different online Bitcoin wallet then by all means substitute my no. 1 pick here for the application managing your own digital cash.
* Yes, you can ‘keep’ your Bitcoins on your local computer, but what happens if your hard disk dies? You’re then into a whole world of restoring backups and messing around – it’s far easier to store Bitcoins in the cloud. Just as with other documents these days, in fact.
So there you go those
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