Amsterdam based Coinzone, a bitcoin payment solution provider targeting European merchants, has revealed that it is launching a new web-based ‘wallet’ that will let users send, receive, buy and sell Bitcoin.
Available wherever users have a web browser, Android and iOS apps will enable users to manage and authorise their bitcoin transactions while on the move.
Coinzone indicated that its the wallet will be available this summer, will support country-specific local currencies for bank deposits and withdrawals, transfers and instant payments, and has been developed to address privacy and legal frameworks in operation across the region.
Manuel Heilmann, CEO and Co-Founder of Coinzone:
Growing European demand for bitcoin means more and more consumers want a simple and secure way to transact. We’ve developed Coinzone Wallet in response to an overwhelming demand from users seeking a wallet that stores their sensitive information locally in Europe.
Coinzone promises that data will be securely hosted in European data center locations, giving users protection in accordance European privacy laws.
Manuel Heilmann continued:
Our aim is to make it easy for European consumers to do more with bitcoin. From peer-to-peer payments to spending bitcoins with businesses, we’ve designed a hassle-free wallet solution that allows users to transact with confidence, utilizing the local language, currency and payment instruments that are relevant to where they live.
The Coinzone Wallet is an important milestone for Coinzone towards a full-stack bitcoin solution. It is set to literally get Bitcoin into the hands of consumers so they can transact as and when they wish – and we’ve been inundated by requests from people who have requested to join the wait list for the service in the run up to launch.