4 Million Bitcoin.com Wallets Tallied as CEO Roger Ver Wants “40 Million, Followed by 400 Million” Next


Bitcoin.com is proclaimed as a resource with everything, “Bitcoin-related”. It was supposedly created with the aim of allowing consumers to buy Bitcoins [BTC] while providing said users with related news, and a platform that promotes the sharing and acquisition of related knowledge. It also goes as far as listing wallets, exchanges and other Bitcoin-related companies.

All this being said, Bitcoin.com has since established 4 million wallets (i.e. 4,000,392 to be exact). Here’s what the CEO of Bitcoin.com, Roger Ver had to say:

“The Bitcoin.com team is proud to have helped bring more economic freedom to individuals across the world. We look forward to helping create the next 40 million wallets, followed by 400 million.”

The team has also disclosed that more features will be added in the time to come. Again, the primary goal is to ensure consumers are well-informed on cryptocurrencies and its uses. It has been shared that over the course of time, consumers will learn how to safely store cryptocurrencies on their own. This, the team argues, will prevent one from relying on centralized exchanges, which are typically prone to hacks.

As for new additions, News.Bitcoin.com revealed that Bitcoin.com will implement, “Cashshuffle”, which is deemed an app that aims to strengthen BCH fungibility – an overall goal of disclosing the benefits of BCH.

The Bitcoin.com team also shared the following:

“The Bitcoin.com Wallet helps the evolution of money and in time, we hope the BCH revolution will bring economic freedom to the masses.”

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