A new Bitcoin wallet that includes features designed to make it more secure is proving popular.

The most important part of the new bitcoin wallet, called Electrum, was made with the help of the popular online wallet provider BitPay, according to the company’s website.

It offers the ability to keep your bitcoin wallet safe and secure, with security features that are designed to help keep your data private.

Electrum has a wide array of security features, including encryption and offline mode, and the company says it will keep its wallets safe and encrypted.

A security feature that has been designed to keep data private, is designed to prevent anyone from viewing your private keys, and is designed for online wallets.

There are also features that make it harder for people to hack your wallet, such as encryption and remote access, and it also allows you to encrypt all of your private key data and make it difficult to see it.

BitPay says that Electrum’s security features make it “the most secure and private Bitcoin wallet currently available.”

Electrum also has an NFC chip, so it can be used with any phone and smartphone without any additional hardware.

There’s also an NFC reader, so you can use your phone’s NFC reader to access your wallet.

It’s important to note that you can’t buy Electrum without using a Bitcoin wallet, but you can also buy it with Bitcoin using other payment methods, such a credit card, cash, and PayPal.

Bitcoin has been gaining popularity in the financial services industry, and now many people are looking to get their hands on one of the most popular digital currencies.

In the US alone, there are more than 1.6 million Bitcoin wallets that allow users to store and manage their bitcoin.

The Electrum wallet was created by BitPay to help people store and access their bitcoin safely.

It also includes several other features that allow people to buy bitcoin, including the ability for people who want to store their bitcoin to send it directly to their bank account.

Users can store up to 1,000 bitcoins on the Electrum website.