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News and Updates on Blockchain and Bitcoin
  1. Today I am thrilled to welcome Peter Wilson to Blockchain as our first VP of Engineering. His record of leadership and innovation at some of the fastest growing companies in the world will help us build a more transparent, secure, and open financial future. Over the course of a 20-year career as an engineering executive […]

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  2. Today we’re thrilled to announce that Marco Santori is joining Blockchain as our President & Chief Legal Officer. Previously, Marco was a partner at the law firm Cooley LLP, where he led the global financial technology practice and built the most acclaimed digital assets-focused legal practice in the industry. Marco has an impressive legal background […]

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  3. Until earlier this month, bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash addresses used the same format, making it difficult to ensure you were transacting using the correct currency’s address. In order to simplify the process for transacting with both bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash for our users, Blockchain wallets are now using an a new format (CashAddr) for Bitcoin […]

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  4. Earlier today, we announced a partnership with SFOX that lays the groundwork for our users in the US to seamlessly buy and sell digital assets with greater reliability and without compromising user security or control. At Blockchain, we are on a mission to build an open, accessible, and fair financial future, one piece of software […]

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  5. At Blockchain, we’re striving to write reusable, extendable, and flexible code. This practice has become even more important with the recent addition of Bitcoin Cash and ether to our wallet application. For our users, adhering to writing agnostic components makes project delivery speeds faster and more consistent. For our developers, it makes the code fun […]

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