The Lawnmower app will shut down on October 10, 2018.

Sep 27, 2018 · 2 min read

Since launching in early 2015, Lawnmower has helped introduce a completely new wave of investors to the blockchain asset class.

When we first started, bitcoin was trading around $250. Since then, its flown past $6,000, with a market cap exceeding $100 billion. The space has grown by leaps and bounds and we are happy to have been a part of it.

As of October 10, 2018, the Lawnmower service and app will no longer be available.

We greatly appreciate all of the loyalty and support each and every user has given us over the years.

Below you’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions regarding the Lawnmower shutdown process. For anything else, feel free to reach out to

What’s going to happen to my funds held with Lawnmower?

Lawnmower has never provided custody for any of the assets in your account. All assets are, as they have always been, held at Coinbase.

To continue to access the assets in your account, you’ll need to log in at with your Lawnmower account information. Once you log in, you’ll be able to transact with the bitcoin & ether that was originally in your Lawnmower account.

What’s going to happen to the recurring trades that I have setup through Lawnmower?

Starting October 1, 2018, all recurring trades configured through Lawnmower will no longer be executed.

If you want to set up a recurring trade, you’ll need to use the Coinbase recurring transaction feature.

What about my subscription to the “Pro-tier” within the app?

To cancel your “Pro-tier” subscription, please follow the cancellation instructions for iOS or Android.

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