The portfolio also added four new coins: Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Tether (USDT), Digibyte (DGB) and Vertcoin (VTC).
The Edge multi-currency portfolio has released a new version 1.3.0. which allows the purchase of Litecoin (LTC) with credit and debit cards and expands the cryptocurrency offers with four new coins, Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Tether (USDT), Digibyte (DGB) and Vertcoin (VTC) , Edge said Tuesday
LTC is the fourth virtual currency that the wallet allowed to purchase directly through credit and debit cards using the technology of the Simplex payment processing company.
"Edge users can now purchase four different cryptocurrencies (BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC) with a debit or credit card and more overtime will be enabled," explains Edge.
Edge Wallet 1.3.0. has several new features such as adding PIN spending limits per transaction or Simplex offers / transactions history / events.
The release of the new version comes with the addition of four new coins that have increased the number of encrypted supported eleven: LTC, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as well as Ripple (XRP), Dash (DASH), Monero (XMR), Zcoin (XZC) and Feathercoin (FTC).
Edge Wallet, which provides a platform to store and exchange cryptocurrencies, has about 50,000 downloads from the Google Play Store for devices supported by Android. Data for Apple iOS downloads are not available.
At the time of publication, LTC, which is currently the seventh largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has changed hands to $ 55.71 for a currency. The price is up 6.13% on a daily basis. From the four new coins, Bitcoin Gold (24th place) has seen the largest increase in the last 24 hours after the announcement of Edge. The BTG was trading at $ 19.14 for a currency, which was 16.16% higher than on Tuesday
A similar increase had experience with Digibyte (29th place) with an increase of 15.12% for the last day and price of $ 0.025. Vertcoin (142nd place) had a relatively small increase of 4.62% to $ 0.67 for a VTC. On the other side, Tether (9th place) fell 0.19% compared to Tuesday