Edge Wallet Development Update

This release features new exchange functionality for users with US bank accounts. These users can now sell BTC, ETH, and DAI and deposit dollars directly into their bank accounts using our exchange partner Wyre. Steps to Buy & Sell through Wyre: Go into your account and head over to the Buy/Sell Cryptocurrency plugin from the… Read More

What is Ravencoin?

Ravencoin aims to be a secure platform for the efficient creation and transfer of assets. The Ravencoin project launched on January 3rd, 2018 as a code-fork of Bitcoin with a fair launch, meaning all Ravencoin that’s been minted to date has been the result of proof of work mining.   Since Bitcoin’s earliest days, developers have… Read More

Volatility and Speculation

Volare (Latin): to fly In the previous post we talked about getting paid in bitcoin, which led us to address its volatility.  In this post we’re going to discuss what needs to happen for bitcoin to be less volatile going forward, and at the end we’ll take a look back at the last decade and… Read More

Edge Wallet Development Update v1.8.4

To lead off this release we’ve added an exciting new exchange, Totle, to our suite of crypto-to-crypto exchanges Edge connects its users to. The Totle API, which aggregates top permission-less DEXs, pools the liquidity of a fragmented but incredibly valuable and secure ecosystem for users to trade ERC-20 tokens. This gives our users that hold… Read More

Getting Paid in Bitcoin

Edge has been paying all of its employees almost exclusively in bitcoin since its inception. Many find this strange and hard to conceptualize. Their perplexion is easy to understand since many have had only the slightest awareness of the digital currency and for only a short amount of time. Utilizing the Bitcoin protocol and its… Read More

Edge Wallet Development Update v.1.8.3

Hey everyone, the team has been working hard on-boarding exchanges all over the world. This release will help more people, in more ways, onboard safely and easily into crypto. We have two new options for Edge users. For US users we’ve added LibertyX, a service that former Airbitz users know well, that connects users with… Read More

What is Ethereum?

The Ethereum network was proposed by Vitalik Buterin in 2013, and officially launched on July 30, 2015 with the help of Gavin Wood, Joseph Lubin, and many others. Ethereum has been an active public network ever since. It’s been notoriously hard to describe Bitcoin over the years, its essence, and how it works, but Bitcoin… Read More

Hardware, Software, and Programmable Security

Hardware wallets are more secure than software wallets, right? This sentiment has been repeated throughout cryptocurrency circles, websites, and internet forums over the years. The meme goes like this: hardware wallets have no connection to the internet and are “secure”, and software wallets, which have a connection to the internet, are “not secure”. From this… Read More

Cryptography, Crypto, and Edge

“Cryptography” comes from the Ancient Greek word “krypto” meaning hidden or secret. Cryptography, the art and science of secrecy, has had a profound impact on the history of our species. Cryptography was used by the Ancient Egyptians, Hebrews, Indians, and Greeks. We see it mentioned by Herodotus and in the Kama Sutra. Monarchs, aristocrats, military… Read More

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