Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Gliph Private Messaging App Supports Bitcoin Again
The makers behind the Gliph private messaging app have once again allowed Bitcoin’s to be sent using the application.
The reversal comes after Apple changed its stance on Bitcoin at this years WWDC and follows the re-launch of the Bitcoin wallet app last month.
With the new rules in place and a redesign, the app is now promoting itself as one of the easiest fastest ways to send and receive Bitcoin on the App Store.
Every single piece of Bitcoin functionality on the app is pulled from either Coinbase or Blockchain but it is worth noting that two-factor authorisation must be disabled to allow integration with the blockchain wallet, due to limitations of the API and this could spook some very security conscious people.
Gliph’s primary purpose is as a privacy-enhancing messaging application.
It provides one-to-one capabilities, group messaging and something called ‘cloaked email’, which allows users to send messages to email recipients without revealing their true identity.