How do I contact Blockchain customer service?
Please contact our support team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the email address linked to your account.
What is Blockchain email address?
Putting email on a decentralized blockchain means that no single party would have control over users’ accounts and their messages. Today, many people “pay” for free email services by letting companies parse their messages for signals that feed advertising machines.
How do I recover my Blockchain password?
Your password is never shared with Blockchain or stored on our servers. We cannot access or reset your password. The only way to restore your wallet is through your backup phrase. Make sure you write down your backup phrase which is the only way to restore access to your wallet in the event of a lost password.
Can Blockchain be trusted?
Blockchain technology is often centralized. Bitcoin might theoretically be based on distributed trust, but in practice, that’s just not true. Just about everyone using bitcoin has to trust one of the few available wallets and use one of the few available exchanges.
How do I cancel a Blockchain transaction?
No, we’re unable to cancel or reverse your transaction. Even many advanced cryptocurrency users can recall an incident when they failed to double-check their transaction details and they accidentally sent funds to the wrong recipient, or sent the wrong amount.
Who is the owner of Blockchain?
Blockchain has the potential to grow to be a bedrock of the worldwide record-keeping systems, but was launched just 10 years ago. It was created by the unknown persons behind the online cash currency bitcoin, under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto.
Can Blockchain be hacked?
It’s decentralized nature and cryptographic algorithm make it immune to attack. In fact, hacking a Blockchain is close to impossible. In a world where cyber security has become a key issue for personal, corporate, and national security, Blockchain is a potentially revolutionary technology.
How do I change my Blockchain email address?
Whenever you log into your wallet from a different device or IP address, you’ll be prompted to verify the login via an authorization email. If you ever need to change your email address, simply go back to the Security section of your wallet and click on Change Email.
Can I use Blockchain without verification?
Identity verification is not required to use the Blockchain.com Wallet. It is only required for becoming eligible for the airdrop program and for exchanging between cryptocurrencies within the wallet.
Can I recover my bitcoin wallet?
Unfortunately, if you do not have the 12-word backup phrase there is no way to recover your wallet or the funds should anything happen to the device you have the wallet downloaded to. Bitcoin.com has no control over your private keys or any transactions made; we can not restore your wallet for you.
How do I log into my Blockchain account?
To log into your wallet you need your Wallet ID, your password, and any two-factor authentication that you have enabled. Your Wallet ID is a string of random letters and numbers that acts as a username. You can find it by navigating to the ‘General’ section of your Settings menu.
What is the 12 word phrase?
Basically, your 12-word phrase is a set of words that allows you to recover and use your private key. And if you can recover your private key, you can access your wallet from anywhere in the world without having to carry anything around.
When should you not use Blockchain?
However, things change when transactions between two or more parties have to be highly customized and are constantly changing. In that case, creating a smart contract for every possible transaction becomes too much of a hassle. As a result, a blockchain solution would not be advisable.
Can Blockchain fail?
Perhaps the biggest point of failure, is the general lack of cyber hygiene present in many early blockchain projects. The second major point of failure and perhaps the hardest to overcome is blockchain’s social, organizational and market coordination issue.
What is the problem with Blockchain?
Blockchains can be slow and cumbersome
When the user number increase on the network, the transitions take longer to process. It can take even days to process the whole transaction. As a result, the transactions cost is higher than usual, and this also restricts more users on the network.