Blockchain Teases New Website

Blockchain Teases New Website

What could it mean? Oh hey, something interesting just popped up. Shhhhhhhh. ) pic.twitter.com/Uis5bchfVd. - Blockchain.info (@blockchain) February 2, 2014. Blockchain just tweeted this a few hours ago. Looks like they purchased Blockchain.com on 28 January, 2014 based on a simple whois search. Until recently, Blockchain.com belonged to an unknown entity, whose identity was protected with WhoisGuard. Blockchain has been trying to purchase the domain since the summer of 2012, and it seems like they've finally succeeded. Most likely, users will now be able to access their wallets from....


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