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Crypto Apps Expand in Market: Delta Lists Decred (DCR), Samourai Wallet Launches Update

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Fri, 14/12/2018 - 18:11
Crypto Apps Expand in Market: Delta Lists Decred (DCR), Samourai Wallet Launches Update
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On Friday, Decred (DCR) tweeted that it has made progress in spreading in the market. The anonymous Samourai wallet announced a major upgrade.

Delta app adds DCR

From now on, Decred (DCR), the #33 coin on the list of top-50 crypto assets, is supported by the Delta app, widening its crypto portfolio.

Delta is a tracker app and it allows following all major news about Bitcoin and around 3,000 altcoins, seeing the market movements of their rates, and watching market graphs. The app is also connected to various crypto wallets and exchanges.

Currently, DCR is going for $15.46, as per CoinMarketCap, having shown a rise of 4.06 percent. Its current market cap totals $138 837 423.

Recently, U.Today reported about DCR being added by Binance, which made the coin spike 25 percent.

Samourai sharpens its crypto sword

The anonymous Samourai crypto wallet is rolling out a general upgrade, apparently making the device even more convenient for those users who prefer to conduct private crypto transactions and keep their identity secret.

Now the user interface of the wallet looks different, trying to match the new UI that Android has launched.

The tweet mentions that the wallet has started to introduce a few brand new features and products. No details have been yet specified but among those available on the wallet’s website are full offline mode and the Stonewall. The latter does not allow firms that do DLT surveillance that deanonymize Samourai users.

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One feature even allows hiding the wallet from the smartphone’s interface, so you can only see it after entering a secret code.

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