Why won’t Apple allow Bitcoin apps on the App Store?
cuetip 23 weeks ago
Apple has removed all of the Bitcoin wallet apps from its App Store, and I don’t understand why. There is nothing illegal about Bitcoins, although much of the press about Bitcoins has been about people using them to do illegal things. Why won’t Apple allow Bitcoin apps to stay on the App Store?
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