Tapeke is the first personal finance application specifically designed for users of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Tapeke helps Bitcoin enthusiasts see full scope of their crypto-wealth at a glance. The sleek, friendly dashboard displays customizable details and summaries of inflows, expenditures, and balances using the public addresses from any or all wallets a user may have. Tapeke’s fun, intuitive interface offers the convenience and organization people are familiar with in apps like Mint.com, but tailored to the needs of current and future bitcoiners. Along with a thoroughly enjoyable user experience, privacy is our top priority. Tapeke is client-side encrypted and never requires users’ private keys.
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Jun 4, 2015
Tapeke Brings Mint-like Personal Finance Dashboard App to Bitcoin 0 26.Jan According to MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito, governments have a role to play in regulating bitcoin but they shouldn’t overstep their boundaries. He suggests that governments should still have a voice in the process in order to increase the confidence of the general public when it comes to transacting using cryptocurrencies. “I’m not sure that we need an ICANN for Bitcoin, but I think that what would be good is some sort of way for all of the governments to voice their concerns and then become comfortable with how the community interprets their concern,” he explained. Bitcoin Regulation Process As it is, there are varying degrees of regulation being done or explored by governments all over the world. Some nations such as the United Kingdom have been more open to bitcoin developments while others such as Russia have tried banning digital currency activity and information . In the US, different states have different legislations covering bitcoin, with New York getting ready to roll out BitLicense while New Jersey considers giving bitcoin startups a tax break. Ito also mentioned that the lack of privacy could be a problem with bitcoin since all the transactions are recorded in a public ledger called blockchain. “Financial privacy is really important. In the US, many think of privacy as a means for terrorists to hide, but in countries with governments that do not have an open society it is a powerful tool for the citizens to be able to protect their ability to dissent and have freedoms that we take for granted,” he said. “I’m excited about the potential for technology like ZeroCash to revolutionize this space. The tricky part of any global protocol or network is that anything we do in one country ripples across the world and has unintended consequences,” he added. “The key is balancing the needs of people in a huge variety of environments.” By Sarah Jenn Jun 4, 2015 11:00AM UTC Updated
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