The world’s largest news network has added Bitcoin to its platform, while launching an alternative mobile app called BlockChain Aviation that allows users to buy bitcoins, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies with real money.
In a statement on Friday, Fox News said it was adding the Bitcoin app to the Fox News app because it was the only news channel to offer an alternative to the traditional online platform.
The app, which is available on iPhone, Android and Windows devices, allows users who have not used a Bitcoin app before to buy and sell bitcoins.
Users can choose from over 120 Bitcoin-related products including hardware wallets, cryptocurrency exchanges and trading platforms.
The app also features a variety of other features such as bitcoin trading, blockchain video analysis, bitcoin mining, virtual currency trading, and other virtual currency related features.
Blockchain Aviation, which launches on the App Store in early October, allows for users to order and receive Bitcoin with a variety, such as Bitcoin futures contracts, futures commissions and other bitcoin-related services.
The launch of BlockChain aviation follows the news that Apple is also planning to launch an app that lets users buy and trade bitcoin futures.
On Friday, Apple released a video demonstrating how the iPhone app would work.
“We’ve seen an explosion in interest in cryptocurrencies over the last year and a half,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said at a conference in November.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone application in the first half of next year, with a launch expected in June.