Google should learn from Apple’s cryptocurrency guidelines

June 12, 2018 Neer Varshney


It appears that Apple has learnt its lesson when it comes to tackling cryptocurrency scams. The company has amended its app store review guidelines to extend its section on cryptocurrencies. On the face of it, the  new guidelines may seem somewhat restrictive for cryptocurrency businesses, and users are already complaining on social media. But, the additional vetting may, in fact, help fight one of the biggest menace in the industry — phishing attacks and malware. The new guidelines lay out the dos and don’ts for iOS developers building cryptocurrency and blockchain apps. Among other things, the document includes instructions on mining, wallet and…

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