Since BitPay started in 2011, we've been obsessed with improving the bitcoin payment experience. Bitcoin has powerful benefits for online payments. But there are always challenges with introducing a big change in how payments work. Bitcoin has been
Two weeks ago we launched beta support for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in our Copay wallet. Last week we also released a version of our Insight block explorer for the Bitcoin Cash network. Now we're taking another step to
Last week we launched a beta release of our Copay wallet featuring support for Bitcoin Cash transactions alongside Bitcoin. Naturally, our next step is to make those transactions easily searchable. We already provide a widely-used block explorer for
Want to manage your Bitcoin Cash alongside your Bitcoin? With the new beta release of our open source Copay bitcoin wallet, that's no problem. Since the creation of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in August, we've received consistent feedback from
Would you leave your purse or wallet lying around? Would you toss it into some corner of your house when you get home? Probably not, especially if the wallet had gold coins that could potentially grow in value.
Last week BitPay published an advisory1 regarding a double spend risk2 for developers using non-Segwit compatible nodes of our Bitcoin development platform Bitcore3. We recommended that these developers mitigate double-spend risk by installing a Segwit-compatible boundary node. As
The Bitcoin network is heading toward an activation of the new Segwit consensus rules on August 20th, 2017. If you are using BitPay's Bitcore Bitcoin development platform for your own Bitcoin project or service, you'll need to take