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|The price of #BLANK today is $0.047 USD.|
The lowest BLANK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.047, and the current live price for one BLANK coin is $0.04742.
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GoBlank is 1.2 years old.
|The current market capitalization for GoBlank is $2,167,035.|
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|The circulating supply of BLANK is 45,702,874 coins, which is 37% of the total coin supply.|
|BLANK has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
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Meet our new hire — Martin Lecam, Front-End Developer
Meet our new hire — Martin Lecam, Front-End Developer - #16 — This is the sixteenth post in our “Meet our new hire” series, where we introduce you to the latest additions to our team here at BlockWallet. We’d like to our latest team member, Martin Lecam! Martin is a talented front-end developer that brings his versatile experience from working in various industries. And now, he’s bringing his expertise to BlockWallet — helping the team continuously improve our premium user experience. — What’s your job position? - I’m a Front-End developer that is helping construct the BlockWallet browser extension. My background consists of being a full-stack developer, but I wanted to focus on Front-End to improve my knowledge of blockchain technology — BlockWallet gives me this opportunity. I’m someone who seeks challenges which is why I decided to join BlockWallet! — How long have you worked as a developer? - I’ve been working as a developer for more than 8 years. I started as an intern and then became a full-stack developer. I also had the opportunity of working as an RPA developer for an oil company, we were asked to create automations for the finance team. These automations included copying human actions in the computer, downloading files, and making calculations. After those calculations were done our automations pushed that data back to the system. — Which projects have you wo...
Swaps and Custom Networks Are Now Available On BlockWallet
You can now easily connect to any EVM-compatible network or complete free token swaps right inside the wallet.. — Welcome to BlockWallet’s biggest update ever. We’re releasing swaps and custom networks all at once, letting BlockWallet users effortlessly connect to any EVM-compatible chain or swap tokens right inside the wallet. — Swaps - We’re going to save you a whole lot of clicks. You are now able to quickly swap your tokens without ever leaving the wallet. That means no exchanges, and zero wallet connections required. And in true BlockWallet fashion, we created a premium swaps experience that you’re going to love. “But I’d rather use a DEX, wallets are too expensive.” And you know what, we actually agree with that — with a slight correction: “other wallets are too expensive”. BlockWallet swaps have the lowest fees in all of crypto. In fact, we’re launching with 0% swap fees, so take advantage of it and test it out for free. Just pay gas and you’re all set. — Quick Network Select - We’re also extending support for any EVM network, opening the door for many more users. And just like swaps, we’re adding our own little spin to make sure you get the best wallet experience. It’s called Quick Network Select, and it lets you skip all the manual work when adding popular EVM-compatible chains. Just type in the network you want to add, and add it — simple. &mdas...
On the Tornado Cash Situation
Due to unprecedented actions of the US government to sanction Tornado Cash and all of its associated addresses, BlockWallet has stopped all privacy pool activity in the wallet. If you still have funds inside our privacy pool, please notify our community managers on Telegram.. — BlockWallet was born out of our desire to give you tools to protect your wealth and data. Features like privacy proxies, phishing protection, flashbots protection, and finally, privacy pools is a testament to that. Privacy pools let you send or receive crypto without revealing your wallet address, which served as a practical and easy way to increase your privacy. We had integrated Tornado Cash as an underlying protocol for this feature because it was the most private and secure solution. Last week, we saw OFAC take unprecedented action against Tornado Cash, effectively adding the protocol and associated addresses to their sanction list because of its unique role in crypto scams. This means that US citizens are barred from interacting with the protocol, but the implications go further. Targeting malicious uses of this protocol is naive, short-sighted, and ignorant — because it also affects innocent users, including virtuous ones. Ethereum’s co-founder, Vitalik Buterin mentioned that he donated to Ukraine using Tornado Cash to protect his privacy. In light of this situation, many thought-leaders have spoken out to give their opinion. One...
BlockWallet Partners with Lossless
Our latest partnership with Lossless brings an extra layer of protection to our smart contracts and improves BlockWallet’s security.. — Lossless has created the world’s first unrivaled exploit identification and mitigation tools designed to foolproof Web3 from hacks. Through our shared mission toward user security, this partnership was a no-brainer. As we build BlockWallet, we’ll be integrating Lossless’s proactive Web3 protection against smart contract exploits — Aegis. What does this mean for you? BlockWallet becomes more secure. Whether you’re using privacy pools or swapping and staking your tokens (coming soon btw), you depend on smart contracts. And now, we’ll have the watchful eye of Aegis monitoring them, catching exploits before they do any damage. — Why Aegis? - Since Q1 2021, Lossless has analyzed 80+ hacks responsible for a total stolen value of $3.6 billion. And through their combined insight, they’ve narrowed it down to 3 major exploit patterns: Price Oracle Manipulations, Private Key Hacks, Bugs: Errors and loopholes in smart contracts, Aegis scans all mined block transactions, utilizing predictive analytics to monitor transaction patterns and identify suspicious addresses. With 24/7 security and an intuitive dashboard for our team, smart contract exploits can be prevented before they even happen. — About Lossless - Lossless is restoring trust in Web3 security. They add...
BlockWallet Partners With Unstoppable Domains
Our latest partnership with Unstoppable Domains introduces BlockWallet users to their multi-chain NFT domains for sending and receiving crypto.. — — Introducing NFT Domains - NFT domains are the first step to simplifying the Web3 experience. And thanks to our newfound partners Unstoppable Domains, here’s what you can expect: Simplify crypto transactions by replacing all your complicated wallet addresses with your domain name as your username., Use your domain to receive 275+ coins and tokens across multiple blockchain networks., Login to apps with your domain name as your universal web3 username., Unlike traditional domains, fully own and control your domain. You buy it once, you own it for life!, Easily create and host websites, ranging from personal websites to NFT galleries., So if you haven’t claimed your NFT domain yet, visit their website to grab yours before it’s gone forever. — About BlockWallet - BlockWallet is a privacy-first self-custodial browser extension wallet where you can store, send or receive crypto and interact with your favorite blockchain apps privately. As crypto sees mainstream adoption, blockchain’s lack of privacy often translates to security risks. BlockWallet is here to ensure that on-chain privacy does not lag behind. The wallet provides a set of advanced privacy tools wrapped in a familiar and user-friendly wallet experience, eliminating friction and making privacy a...
BlockWallet Token BuyBack
For Q2 this year, we performed a token buyback using the accumulated revenue from our Privacy Pool fees. With the purchased tokens, half of them were burned (decreasing the circulating supply), and the other half will be used to provide liquidity in an effort to stabilize the token price for all holders. For complete transparency, the relayer contracts for our Privacy Pools can be found on Etherscan, Bscscan, and Polygonscan. You can find the following links to each of these addresses below: Ethereum relayer, BNBChain relayer, Polygon relayer, Here are some key details regarding the token buyback: Using the accumulated revenue from our Privacy Pools, a total of 81,252 tokens were bought. As we mentioned above, half the tokens were burned (40,626 BLANK) and the other half (40,626 BLANK) were sent to the company treasury wallet to be used for next month’s liquidity pool on Unicrypt.And as additional incentive for Q2, we decided to burn an extra 250k tokens. What an exciting end to the month of June! If you have any questions about this token buyback event or anything at all, feel free to reach out on any of our social channels or community chats. — About BlockWallet - BlockWallet is a privacy-first self-custodial browser extension wallet where you can store, send or receive crypto and interact with your favorite blockchain apps privately. As crypto sees mainstream adoption, blockchain’s lack of privacy often tra...
Hardware Wallet Support Launches on BlockWallet
Connect your Ledger or Trezor with BlockWallet — now packing all features you need to stay safe on Web3.. — Ever since the launch of BlockWallet, hardware wallet support has been the missing piece and our top priority. We've completed tons of testing for the past few months to deliver a flawless release, testing internally with our team, then transitioning to a beta program with our community. The result is a battle-tested integration that we’re so excited for you to experience. It's time to make the switch! Currently we support Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets and plan to integrate Keystone in the near future. — How to connect your hardware device - If you do not have a hardware wallet currently, feel free to refer to our HelpDesk articles on how to get a Ledger or Trezor. We also have a short article on how hardware wallets work. Follow the steps to connect your hardware wallet with BlockWallet. Select the wallet icon on the top left-hand corner of your wallet. Select “Create Account”. Select “Connect Hardware Wallet”. Select either “Ledger” or “Trezor” depending on your hardware device and press “Continue”. Make sure you follow the steps below and press “Continue”. A common mistake we find users are making is NOT opening up the Ethereum App, so please make sure you do this to avoid any errors! Select the Ledger or Trezor device you have connected to your device a...
BlockWallet Partners With LI.FI
Our latest partnership with LI.FI introduces BlockWallet users to their advanced bridge and DEX aggregator through Transferto — LI.FI’s simple UI that provides an easy way to bridge and swap across multiple chains.. — As the blockchain ecosystem shifts toward multi-chain applications, LI.FI provides an easy way to interact with your favorite chains and DApps. And with LI.FI’s plug-and-play feature, users can swap any asset from any chain on all DApps that apply their solution. As of today, BlockWallet is officially integrated with Transferto, the intuitive interface powered by LI.FI. — LI.FI is redefining the status quo - The existing bridge-swapping solutions are simply not good enough. With their limited chain support, coupled with low liquidity, the result is a poor experience for users. Not to mention, frequent downtimes from existing protocols. LI.FI solves these problems by implementing multiple chains through a feature called smart routing, which algorithmically decides the best route for swapping, reducing gas fees. They also connect bridges with DEXs and dex aggregators to support swap-bridge functionality, where Blockwallet users can swap from any asset on any chain into any other asset on a different chain (Any-2-Any swaps). If all that seems too complicated, don’t worry. Because all you need to know is this: As self-proclaimed UX maxis, LI.FI makes bridging and cross-chain swapping incre...
Meet our new hire — Jordan Bates, Community Management
Meet our new hire — Jordan Bates, Community Management - #15 — This is the fifteenth post in our “Meet our new hire” series, where we introduce you to the latest additions to our team here at BlockWallet. We’d like to introduce our latest hire, Jordan Bates! Jordan began his journey with BlockWallet as a community member. Through his active participation and consistently providing valuable suggestions and contributions to the BlockWallet community, we saw a natural fit for Jordan to transition into a Community Manager role. Read more to learn about Jordan, his position at BlockWallet, and his thoughts on crypto. — What’s your job position?. — I’m a Community Manager at BlockWallet and I’m in charge of the following: Educating the community around BlockWallet, Keeping the community engaged, Relaying information between the team and community, I’ll also be helping out with writing short informational pieces and doing the occasional bug fix wherever necessary. — Which projects have you worked on before?. — I’ve been a part of a few crypto-focused communities, such as Axie Infinity and a few other p2e projects, since finishing my computer science University course last year. BlockWallet is the first crypto project I’ve worked for full time and so far it’s been great! — When did you first get involved in crypto?. — I’ve been keeping track of crypto for a fe...
Provide Liquidity and Earn BLANK on Uniswap and QuickSwap
Want to put your BLANK to work? We hear you. Here's a recap of our ongoing liquidity program. Providing liquidity does not only offer an attractive return but helps others by ensuring sufficient liquidity for purchasing or selling tokens. Win-win. You can provide liquidity on either Uniswap or QuickSwap decentralized exchanges. On QuickSwap, we just bolstered our Liquidity Program by adding 90k BLANK tokens for 3 months. Meanwhile, Uniswap rewards are updated each month. — Liquidity Program Details - — Expiration. — We plan to carry out the Liquidity Program until we launch native BLANK staking. — How does it work?. — Whenever an Ethereum block is minted (which happens every 10 to 15 seconds or so), BLANK tokens will be given out to those who provide liquidity. There is no minimum or maximum amount of LP tokens required. Every participant is rewarded proportionally, based on their percentage contribution to liquidity pool. You can add or remove liquidity freely as the system will track the liquidity pool at all times. Every time there is a change of distribution in the pool, we will readjust the reward proportions for that period. — Expected returns. — In the beginning, when fewer people participate and each liquidity provider has a large percentage of the pool, the rewards are higher. As the pool size increases, rewards will decrease since each liquidity provider will have a...