Bitcoin’s new, all-encompassing crypto-wallet is now available in the United States

Bitcoin wallet provider Coinapult, which has partnered with to offer its “Blockchain 2.0” platform, announced today that it is offering a new Bitcoin wallet that is completely open to everyone, with no registration, fees, or transaction fees.

This is an all-inclusive crypto-payment system, Coinapult CEO, Ben Larocque said, and one that lets users purchase a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin, Dash, and more.

For example, users can purchase Ethereum and Dash through Coinapult’s “Block chain 2.1” platform for $1 each, while the same cryptocurrency can be purchased with Bitcoin through Coinapalooza.

All coins can be exchanged in real time, with the total value being tied to the average Bitcoin price.

“Block Chain 2.x is the perfect solution for those looking for a simple, secure, and easy-to-use way to buy and sell cryptocurrencies,” Larocques said.

“Our platform is designed to offer all of the benefits of the Bitcoin network without the need for a cryptocurrency exchange.”

The new platform also supports the Ethereum and Ethereum Classic currencies, making it an easy way to convert the cryptocurrency to fiat.

Users can purchase Bitcoin at a single Coinbase purchase, which converts to a dollar and then to the fiat equivalent.

Users also can use Coinapult to trade cryptocurrencies directly with their friends and family using a wallet called Blockchain 2x Wallet.

The platform’s developers said that the platform has seen strong adoption, with over 3.5 million transactions and more than $5.2 million in daily trades.

Coinapult is also offering a free “blockchain” service called BlockChain 2.3, which will allow users to buy Ethereum and Bitcoin with a single coin and use their existing crypto-address to send the funds to a wallet.

The company also plans to launch a Bitcoin debit card that will allow merchants to accept bitcoin payments as a form of payment.

“This is the first crypto wallet that allows people to buy Bitcoin directly from the blockchain,” Laracques said in a statement.

“For those of you looking to make crypto payments without ever having to go through a cryptocurrency wallet, we’re happy to announce Block Chain 2.”

Users can view the Blockchain2.x wallet at www.coinapal, where they can select “BlockChain 2.”

For more information on the new wallet, read the company’s press release.