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BLANK Price:
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Market Cap:
$2.2 M

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The last known price of #BLANK is $0.047 USD.

Please note that the price of #BLANK was last updated over 360 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #BLANK statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest BLANK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.047, and the exact last price of BLANK was $0.04742.

The all-time high BLANK coin price was $1.30.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of BLANK with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


The code for GoBlank crypto currency is #BLANK.

GoBlank is 1.2 years old.


The current market capitalization for GoBlank is $2,167,035.

GoBlank is ranked #1259, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is weak during the past 24 hours for #BLANK.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for GoBlank is $436.


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.


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #BLANK, and you can view them on our BLANK disambiguation page.



Keystone Support is Now Available on BlockWallet

It’s finally here. Access over 1000 cryptocurrencies and experience Keystone’s 100% air-gapped QR code communication — sign what you see and verify your transactions with ease. Using QR codes for data transmission creates the optimal “air-gapped” solution for your hardware wallet, reducing the chances for attacks that could otherwise slip through the cracks when using USB, NFC, or Bluetooth. By using Keystone, you create an extra layer of protection for your digital assets with their unique security features. Let’s take Secure Element for example: a bank-grade technology that generates highly secure private keys, and protects them even if you lose possession of your physical device. They even offer additional security by reducing the chance of human error. With an intuitive user interface placed on a spacious 4-inch touchscreen display, you can avoid misclicks and easily triple-check your transactions before a final confirmation using their built-in fingerprint sensor. If you’re looking to get started with Keystone, follow the instructions below to connect your device with BlockWallet. — How to connect your Keystone Hardware Wallet - Current Keystone owners will have to upgrade their firmware to the latest version to be able to connect their Keystone Essential or Pro to BlockWallet. Existing Keystone users can refer to our firmware upgrading guide here & update their firmware here. Select the wa...

Allowance Revoke is Now Available on BlockWallet

Secure your crypto — manage your token allowances and choose which DApps can interact with your funds.. — When was the last time you used a DApp? Chances are, you’ve granted that DApp access to your crypto, possibly even unlimited access. Fear not. Granting token allowances is a common practice in Web3, but it would be wise to consider the potential risks involved. Allowing unlimited access to your funds can leave you exposed to anyone looking to exploit vulnerabilities in DApp codes. These hacks can result in unauthorized withdrawals and put your crypto at risk. With the rising number of such security breaches, taking control of your token allowances is another touch of security that won’t hurt. Regularly revoking unnecessary allowances to clear DApp permissions will reduce the possibility of this happening to you and protect your wallet from scams so you can enjoy Web3 with peace of mind. — How to revoke token allowances - BlockWallet has created a dead-simple process to revoke your token allowances. Navigate to Settings — Account — Token Allowances, Search for the allowance you wish to revoke by token (ex. USDT, DAI, USDC…) or spender (ex. 1Inch, LiFi, Uniswap…). You may group allowances by spender or token to revoke a specific group of allowances., Click Revoke next to the allowance you wish to revoke., Confirm the allowance transaction, which resets the token allowance to zero (0)...

The BlockWallet Trading Competition

BlockWallet is hosting its first-ever trading competition, and the race is on! Don’t trade much? No worries, we built this competition for the community, so everyone has a chance to win.Simply install BlockWallet, swap once, and you’ll be eligible for $2,000 in random rewards. If you’re up for a challenge, you also have the opportunity to put your skills to the test.Trade the most volume in this sizzling-hot crypto market and earn your share of the total $5,000 prize pool. The trading competition is held exclusively on BlockWallet, a self-custodial Web3 wallet with built-in swaps for a smooth trading experience. If you’re new the BlockWallet, here’s how to get started: Install BlockWallet, Once you have installed BlockWallet, set up your account by creating a new wallet or importing your wallet using a seed phrase, Use BlockWallet Swaps and start trading, — Contest Details - The contest will run from February 16th to March 2nd, with a total prize pool of $5,000 worth of $BLANK tokens. The prize pool will be distributed as follows: 1st place — $1,500 worth of $BLANK 2nd place — $1,000 worth of $BLANK 3rd place — $500 worth of $BLANK The remaining prize pool of $2,000 worth of $BLANK will be rewarded to 48 random participants who participate in the trading competition. The random prize winners will be announced in 3 batches over the course of the 2-week contest duration on BlockWal...

Meet our new hire — Jan Zibelnik, Product Manager

Meet our new hire — Jan Zibelnik, Product Manager - #18 — 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 welcome our latest team member, Jan Zibelnik! Jan is a talented Product Manager with previous experience in the wallet space. In his last position, he developed a product team from the ground up, and now, he’s bringing his advanced skillset to BlockWallet. — What’s your job position? - I’m the Product Manager here at BlockWallet. That means I’m responsible for identifying customer needs and business objectives. In addition to that, I also need to figure out what products and features will help us fulfill those needs and objectives of our users, and articulate them for everyone in the company to understand. My day-to-day includes competitor research, user interviews, formulating requirements, and aligning business and development efforts. — How long have you worked as a product manager? - I started working in product in 2018 at my previous company, GateHub. I transitioned from wallet support into product management and we basically had to set up the new department from scratch. After we got the ball rolling, we managed to deliver some neat products to the market. This included a decentralized trading app and an on-chain crypto insurance solution, which from what I know, is the fi...

BlockWallet Integrates Chainlink Price Feeds to Help Calculate User Holdings

We’re excited to announce that BlockWallet — a privacy-first, self-custodial browser-extension wallet — has integrated Chainlink Price Feeds on Ethereum mainnet. By integrating the industry-leading decentralized oracle network, BlockWallet has access to high-quality, tamper-proof price feeds needed to accurately calculate the value of user holdings. This will provide our users with stronger assurances that the USD value of the ETH they’re holding in their BlockWallet account will be accurately displayed. Our initial integration involves the use of the ETH-USD Chainlink Price Feed. We chose Chainlink as our go-to oracle solution because its infrastructure is seamless to integrate and time-tested in production. Chainlink already helps secure leading DeFi protocols responsible for tens of billions of dollars in smart contract value, maintaining robust security and high availability even amidst unexpected events, such as exchange downtime, flash crashes, and data manipulation attacks via flash loans. This integration of Chainlink Price Feeds helps strengthen our wallet user experience, adding to the list of robust privacy and security features that we have in place. We’re excited to have Chainlink’s battle-tested price feed oracles working in tandem with our node failover system, privacy proxies, flash-bot protection, and phishing protection to create a safer Web3 environment for our users. In order to help c...

Bridges Are Now Available on BlockWallet

Easily bridge across multiple networks directly inside the wallet.. — Let’s face it — user experience sucks when it comes to Web3 bridges. You’re overwhelmed with all the options to choose from, while simultaneously paranoid about which protocols are actually legit. The reality is, user experience bridging on Web3 is nowhere near good enough…until now. — Introducing BlockWallet Bridges. Send tokens across multiple networks directly inside BlockWallet. - Skip the sketchy websites and nerve-wracking wallet permissions — use BlockWallet and bridge right on the spot. BlockWallet users can now explore cross-chain EVM opportunities with ease. Bridge quickly with just a few clicks, bridge cheaply with the best quotes on the market, and bridge with peace of mind by dodging scam websites. Thanks to Li.Fi’s advanced Bridge aggregation with DEX connectivity, BlockWallet users get the best possible quotes when bridging. Follow the instructions below and start using BlockWallet Bridges today! — How to bridge your tokens - Select the desired network you’d like to bridge tokens from., Select the token you would like to bridge from the “Assets” tab on the home screen., Select the Bridge icon., Enter the number of tokens you would like to bridge., Select the network you would like to bridge to., Press “Review”., On the Bridge confirmation page, there are several features to ensure you...

Meet our new hire — Kelsey Veldman, Junior Marketing Manager

Meet our new hire — Kelsey Veldman, Junior Marketing Manager - #17 — This is the seventeenth 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, Kelsey Veldman! Kelsey is a well-rounded marketing manager with experience in managing marketing content, overseeing social media accounts, and pushing out project updates to the community. At BlockWallet, Kelsey plays a pivotal role in supporting the day-to-day marketing activities at BlockWallet. — What’s your job position? - I’m a junior-marketing manager at BlockWallet, and I support BlockWallets mission by: Working alongside marketing on the latest campaigns, Helping to keep our community up to date on our social platforms, Monitor feedback on our social platforms around user experience and features so our team can consider adding these to our roadmap, — Which projects have you worked on before? - I’ve been part of the team at a decentralized finance platform, managing the marketing content, social media accounts, and project updates to our community. — When did you first get involved in crypto? - I’ve been involved with crypto professionally for over a year now. But my personal interest peaked in 2020 when I began following projects, keeping up to date with market trends and the progress crypto was making on the traditional mar...

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...

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