In today’s Bitcoin ecosystem, users too often have to choose between usability or autonomy. Coyno aims to change that. By sitting on a “watch-only” layer on top of user’s bitcoins. “Coyno is like a cryptocurrency Mint.com; it will make Bitcoin more user-friendly, secure, and legally compliant while letting users stay in full control of their funds” Levin Keller, CEO of Coyno said to Digital Money Times. The Berlin-based startup Coyno opens up their watch-only Bitcoin bookkeeper. This is the first step on a journey towards a tool that makes good on Bitcoin’s promise of letting you “be your own bank”. besides being the CEO of Coyno, Mr. Keller is also a member of the Bundesverband Bitcoin (the Bitcoin Foundation’s German affiliate) where he is a vocal advocate of Bitcoin in Germany.
When it comes to the world of digital currency, and pretty much finance in general, user security is a key element, If you operate a service dealing with funds, or more specific, other people’s funds, you have to make sure your system is secure.
In order to provide user security, there are a lot of ways to achieve this goal. Backend security is one thing, but you want something to confirm the user’s identity as well. A username and password is a decent start, but it is far from adequate.
In recent days, we received a lot of questions on how to get the maximum out of Crypto. Is it investing in Crypto companies, day trading or buying collectibles and/or antiques on the fairly new auction houses that have sprung up? We will provide some pointers
· Investing your digital currency in Crypto companies/startups.
This is a great way to help the Crypto community because you are helping getting a company to launch. There are such great ideas out that that, with some good funding, will turn out spectacular. If you consider investing than there can be several options open to you to get your investment back plus extra profit.