Xapo is a Switzerland-based company that provides a bitcoin () wallet combined with a cold storage vault and a bitcoin-based debit card.

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  • On Tuesday, October 24th at 1:20 am GMT approximately Bitcoin Gold (BTG) was created (or forked) as a new cryptocurrency based on the original Bitcoin Blockchain. Xapo is handling this fork according to its fork policy, just like we did with the Bitcoin Cash fork. If you had bitcoins in Xapo at the time of […]

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  •   What is Phishing? At Xapo, we are constantly working to improve the security of our users by enhancing our infrastructure and helping customers identify various types of threats. Phishing is an attack, perpetrated by a criminal, tricking you into clicking on an url that looks very similar to the site you are trying to […]

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  • When the Bitcoin Blockchain mines block number 494,784, which will happen on or around Saturday November 18th 2017, a block between 1MB and 2MB in size will be generated by the Bitcoin miners to increase network capacity (SegWit2x). At that point some miners may decide to ignore that block and continue mining on a 1MB […]

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  • You’ve probably been wondering what to do with the BCH (Bitcoin Cash) that were generated in your Xapo account after the last Bitcoin fork of August 1st. Let’s rewind a little bit. On Tuesday, August 1st at 1:16 pm UTC, the Bitcoin network experienced a fork which split the blockchain into two separate blockchains. This […]

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  • As expected, yesterday the Bitcoin blockchain experienced a “fork”, in which a new coin called “Bitcoin Cash” was created. That means that, if you had bitcoins (BTC) in Xapo at the time of the fork, you now have your bitcoins and an equal amount of Bitcoin Cash (BCH). For your reference, the fork happened after […]

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  • For the Bitcoin ecosystem to succeed and become mainstream, we need to have both regulated intermediaries and non-regulated user-controlled service providers. The job of the regulated intermediaries is to make it easier for as many people and as much capital as possible to flow into Bitcoin, and the job of non-regulated user-controlled service providers is to make sure that Bitcoin always maintain...

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  • The Debit Card has always been at the forefront of Xapo’s efforts to bring secure, Bitcoin-based financial products to users around the world. This week, Visa Europe updated their position regarding the different debit card programs under their network. In light of these new guidelines, as of today, only European customers will be able to order new […]

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  • Xapo granted E-Money License We are proud to announce that Xapo (Gibraltar) Ltd. has been granted an E-money License by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission effective July 10th 2017. License under the Financial Services (Banking) Act of 1992, License number FSC0063BNK. As a regulated E-Money Institution Xapo is now licensed to issue electronic money in […]

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  • As expected, yesterday the Bitcoin blockchain experienced a “fork”, in which a new coin called “Bitcoin Cash” was created. That means that, if you had bitcoins (BTC) in Xapo at the time of the fork, you now have your bitcoins and an equal amount of Bitcoin Cash (BCH). For your reference, the fork happened after […]

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  • Xapo ensures the security of our customers’ bitcoins above all else and, in the event of a fork, your assets will be safe at Xapo. We may, however, temporarily halt outgoing and incoming transfers from the Bitcoin network until we confirm that such transfers can be done safely.  We may also temporarily suspend the Xapo […]

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  • 1- Take 1% of what you have, and buy Bitcoin (all at once and at the market price) 2- Carry it at cost 3- Do not touch it for 10 years

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  • For the Bitcoin ecosystem to succeed and become mainstream, we need to have both regulated intermediaries and non-regulated user-controlled service providers. The job of the regulated intermediaries is to make it easier for as many people and as much capital as possible to flow into Bitcoin, and the job of non-regulated user-controlled service providers is to make sure that Bitcoin always maintain...

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  • For those of us who love Bitcoin, and especially for me as the Head of Growth at Xapo, it is always great news when we see more and more people adopting Bitcoin every day with almost magical organic growth that helps the bitcoin price rally. So I should be happy every time I see that, right? […]

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  • We wish to commend FINMA on their professionalism throughout the approval process. Since the beginning, FINMA personnel have acted in a proactive, collaborative and transparent manner; while Xapo did not always receive the answers it wanted, we always received answers grounded in reason, law and fealty to the principle of consumer protection. We believe FINMA has positioned Switzerland as a hub ...

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