For the first time ever, Apple’s approved blockchains and cryptocurrencies have been revealed.
The biggest technology firm in the world did this after reaching out to Anthony Di Iorio, founder of Jaxx, a crypto-currency wallet, to tell him they could no longer feature a version of Jaxx wallet in their store that features Dash functionality.
Jaxx is not the first Bitcoin application shunned from the iOS store, as others including blockchain.info have been removed in the past. Apple’s stance on crypto-currency has seemingly evolved, as revealed in a discussion Apple had with longtime cryptocurrency entrepreneur Di Iorio.
Jaxx released the wallet two weeks ago and everything went smooth. “Then a couple of days ago I receive a message through our resolution center that Apple needs to speak with me,” Dio Iorio told CCN.
Di Iorio then speaks with a representative of the company a couple days later. He’s informed Apple should not have approved Jaxx wallet featuring Dash functions and they don’t approve of Dash, a blockchain some tout as hosting solutions to some of the Ethereum blockchain’s shortcomings. During the unexpected conversation, Di Iorio learned which crypto-currencies Apple approves: Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Ethereum,