Blockchain.info is a cryptocurrency information service and a cryptocurrency wallet for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum. Blockchain.info is one of the most referenced resources for Bitcoin information. It was launched in 2011 to provide data on recent Bitcoin transactions, mined blocks, charts and statistics on the Bitcoin economy and resources for researchers and developers. Blockchain.info is one of the most popular crypto wallets on the market with more than 24 million registered private wallets, 160,000 daily transactions and 140 countries where it is in service. It is also a research platform interested in the advancement of blockchain technologies and widening the implementation of cryptocurrencies. One of their most famous products is the Thunder network – a fast, secure and cheap way to transfer cryptocurrencies from wallet to wallet.
Major crypto wallet provider Blockchain.com opens its fifth office, announces building up a team in Lithuania.
Major Crypto Wallet Provider Blockchain.com Opens Office in Lithuania
Major crypto wallet Blockchain.com adds partial support for Bitcoin SV, but notes it has no plans to offer full functionality for the crypto at present.
Blockchain.com Wallet Confirms ‘Limited Support’ for Bitcoin SV
Crypto wallet provider Blockchain.com has launched full support for Stellar (XLM), alongside a massive token airdrop of $125 million in XLM.
Blockchain.com Wallet Adds Stellar, Announces $125 Mln XLM Airdrop to ‘Drive Adoption’
Nicolas Cary’s Blockchain.com wallet service has come in ninth place in this year’s Top 25 startups list by LinkedIn.
Wallet Provider Blockchain.com Makes LinkedIn’s 2018 Top 25 UK Startup List
Formerly known as Blockchain.info, Blockchain.com has recently launched an institutional investment platform.
Blockchain.com Introduces Institutional Investment Platform
Garrick Hileman, the University of Cambridge’s first ‘cryptocurrency academic,’ has joined Blockchain as head of research.
Blockchain.com Hires Author of First Cambridge Crypto Course to Head New Research Team
Cryptocurrency will be a central bank reserve asset in 2018, says Blockchain.info’s CEO.
Blockchain.info CEO: Central Banks Will Hold Crypto In Reserve In 2018