Veteran Bitcoin Software Wallet Mycelium to Integrate Dash

Dash, the cryptocurrency formerly known as DarkCoin, is coming to one of the first Bitcoin software wallets - Mycelium.

Mycelium, one of the world’s first Bitcoin software wallets, has announced plans for integration with Dash. The move will allow users to buy, sell and hold the current seventh most valued cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Dash. Mycelium’s integration of Dash will come into effect in October 2016 and the company believes it aligns with their current wallet redesign, where they are implementing a more modular and simpler system to support more open source technologies.

Dash VP of Business Development Daniel Diaz commented: “Mycelium is the bitcoin wallet veteran and one of the most widely used digital wallets. They are leaders in the space and as the industry evolves they have a vision of becoming a hub for crypto financial services. We are very excited to be partnering with Mycelium so that their fantastic user base can take advantage of Dash’s innovative features. Thousands of people are using Dash because we have a strong, stable alternative to bitcoin, perfectly suited to the mobile user.”

Mycelium CEO Alexander Kuzmin said: “We benefit from giving our customers direct easy access to one of the most popular cryptocurrencies after Bitcoin, while setting up the Mycelium wallet to be a true multi-currency wallet. Dash benefits from being implemented into the world’s most popular, secure, and trusted wallet, with the backing of a company with an impeccable reputation. Dash has a team of highly skilled developers and we are extremely happy to be partnering with them. Together we will become an even larger force in the cryptocurrency space, it’s our goal to give customers a mainstream, easily adaptable digital wallet that will stand the test of time.”

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Earlier this month it was reported that TigoCTM, a Panama-based Crypto Teller Machine company, has added Dash to the roster of currencies available on its ATM network in Latin America.

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