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Blockchain

Blockchain is the world's most trusted all-in-one crypto company. We're connecting the world to the future of finance through our suite of products including the leading crypto wallet, bitcoin explorer, and market information.

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  • i lost over $3000 to blockchain.com
    I used blockchain.com back in 2015. I remembered back in the day they gave you a private key for all your addresses. Looks like they don't now with their newer wallets. Source: 7 months ago
  • i lost over $3000 to blockchain.com
    In blockchain.com u dont actually own the address, you can access your account, but the address is all blockchain property, so they choose which address you have access to and so forth. Source: 7 months ago
  • best crypto wallet app
    I use blockchain.com as the receiving wallet because they wallet address changes often and some of these ghetto ass sites don't let you withdrawal to the same one more than once. Source: 8 months ago
  • Older wallet, higher fees?
    So says blockchain.com. Is it true, and if so is there a way to update/replace my Electrum wallet to pay lower fees in the future? Source: 8 months ago
  • What is your thoughts on SOFI?
    This is anecdotal and I have no idea what it means for SOFI business wise or stock wise moving forward but they just sent me a notice that they are no longer offering any forms of crypto buying or investing and they are selling/giving their current crypto customers to blockchain.com in a few weeks. Source: 8 months ago
  • Transition to OpenTelemetry, enhanced policy testing, and more - Cerbos v0.32
    We have been working closely with users of Cerbos such as Envoy, Blockchain.com, Utility Warehouse, 9fin, and Salesroom on this release. We can’t wait to hear more about what you would like to see in future releases - join our Slack community to join the conversation. - Source: dev.to / 8 months ago
  • Blockchain.com Invalid QR
    I'm at an event where I'm setting up participants with blockchain.com wallets. When I try to scan the QR code for their bitcoin public address, my wallet returns that it's an "invalid QR code". Note I am scanning this with my own blockchain.com wallet. How is this possible? It's happened three times in an hour on three totally unique devices. Source: 8 months ago
  • blockchain.com scammed me 800$
    I was verified user in blockchain.com wallet and exchange but suddenly they canceled my verification and refused to let me withdraw my funds in the reward wallet (which has more than 800$ of crypto). Source: 8 months ago
  • Does anyone know how blockchain.com wallets work?
    I used to use the wallet for BTC, and it had a BTC address that I would receive and send money out of. Now the issue is that the BTC address associated with my blockchain.com wallet changed sometime in the past 6 months and I didnt realize, and the old one I was using to receive money, I got a small incoming payment into that old BTC address. But now its not showing in my blockchain wallet as the btc address is... Source: 10 months ago
  • confirmed transaction - showing in wallet address but not blockchain balance
    I have a transaction confirmed over 10 hours ago and over 30+ confirmations to my blockchain.com wallet. It is not showing in my balances, but when I got to my old wallet through the settings I can see the funds are in the wallet address. Source: 11 months ago
  • Friend sent me btc at a horrible fee...
    My friend sent me around $800 in btc to my cashapp wallet from blockchain.com private wallet. I did research and saw this wallet is very bad. We cant do RBF or CPFP. The fee is 5.4sat/vb. Which right now will take a long time to confirm. I saw I can use viabtc transaction paid accelerator for a $50 fee but I'm not sure if that will even work. Im not sure what to do and would like someone else opinion. Im not even... Source: 11 months ago
  • blockchain.info vs blockchain.com old wallet 23 or 12 word phrase
    Well, now it's blockchain.com and here's what I don't understand: I am asked to provide my secret 12 word recovery pass phrase, but the txt file that I saved the recovery phrase on (back in 2015 when I initially got the wallet) is 23 words. My GF also has an old wallet, and her phrase is also 23 words, but now we're only asked for 12 words. Source: 11 months ago
  • Do I own every BTC address I receive to & send from? sending from wallets without deposits.
    You can then enter your xpub in a blockchain explorer like blockchain.com to see all your transactions. Source: about 1 year ago
  • What were you doing in 2020, 2017, 2013 and 2009?
    I actually heard about BTC in 2014, but was too poor and didn't care to learn how to invest. I did find two old wallets I made on blockchain.com, but both were empty. I was hoping I had put a little something in there, but apparently me 9 years ago couldn't afford it. Source: about 1 year ago
  • BTC Sent but not received
    I checked on blockstream.info with my btc address and the transaction has 220 confirmations. Even on blockchain.com it shows as confirmed. Source: about 1 year ago
  • blockchain withdrawal on under manual Review, Help
    This is unrelated to Bitcoin really. You are using some specific company (blockchain.com?) and you have a problem with them. You need to deal with them. If it is Blockchain.com indeed, then this is a shitty anti-Bitcoin company that should be avoided. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Where can I get a Bitcoin wallet in Spain?
    Online Wallets: Many reputable online platforms provide Bitcoin wallet services accessible to users in Spain. Some popular online wallet providers include Coinbase, Blockchain.com | Buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and more with trust, and BitPay. These platforms offer user-friendly interfaces and allow you to create and manage a Bitcoin wallet online. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Blockchain update
    Think of this as a blessing, you should get off blockchain.com anyway. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Wierd transfer - how does this work?
    Thanks! Makes sense, also explains why it was sent to same address last two times. Is it possible to bypass this without transferring everything away from blockchain.com, or should I just bite the bullet and transfer it all off? Source: about 1 year ago
  • Wierd transfer - how does this work?
    My question is why does blockchain.com inform me about a transaction that got grouped together with my transaction, and say it was sent to my private wallet - but it wasn't. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Wierd transfer - how does this work?
    Here is the situation: I sent 30$ from my private key wallet (Wallet A) using the blockchain.com app to my binance wallet (Wallet B). Source: about 1 year ago

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    David
    · about 1 month ago
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    Can those who have fallen victim to fraud get their money back? Yes, you might be able to get back what was taken from you if you fell prey to a fraud from an unregulated investing platform or any other scam, but only if you report it to the relevant authorities. With the right plan and supporting documentation, you can get back what you’ve lost. Most likely, the individuals in control of these unregulated platforms would attempt to convince you that what happened to your money was a sad accident when, in fact, it was a highly skilled heist. You should be aware that there are resources out there to help you if you or someone you know has experienced one of these circumstances. Do a search using (zattrecoverypro1 AT Gmail com). Do not let the perpetrators of this hoaxes get away with ruining you mentally and financially.

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    Martha
    · about 1 month ago
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    There are a lot of untrue recommendations and its hard to tell who is legit. If you have lost money to scam contact (zattrecoverypro1 ⓐ Gmail Dot Com) they will surely help you out. Took me long to find them

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    Christopher
    · 5 months ago
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    I was convinced to invest here by a friend I met on Tinder, Her name was Annie ( now I know she could be anyone else). At first everything was going on well until I requested for withdrawal, that’s when the nightmare started… I had to put in more money before I could withdraw. Then came the unending taxes; I was fined and taxed for various reasons. There was always a reason why I couldn’t take out my money. I was tired of everything and began looking for help. Since all the payments I made were through cryptocurrencies, my local police could not help me. Luckily I finally got help from the authorities I contacted via email at safetyrecoveryhacker @gmail.com. Wonderfully, after providing my details, it took them barely a week to trace and retrieve my funds. Get help from them if you are in a similar

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