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Security Blockchain Support Center
Our Security Center is a feature in the Blockchain Wallet that helps to keep your wallet secure and your funds safe. Follow the steps from Level 1 through 3 to learn the basics. ©2018 Blockchain Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy ?| Terms of Service

Airdrop Program Blockchain Support Center
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Enable 2-Step Verification (2FA) Blockchain Support Center
2-Step Verification (commonly known as two-factor authentication, or 2FA) acts as an extra layer of security for your wallet. When logging in you will need both the wallet password plus a one-time passcode (OTP) generated by your chosen method of 2FA: Google Authenticator, Yubikey, or SMS codes. Go to your wallet's Security Center to set up 2FA. Under the Two-Step Verification section, click Enable and choose which option you want to set up. Authenticator App We recommend Google Authenticator for most users. It doesn't require an internet connection or phone service to use, and is more secure than SMS due to being offline and local to your device.

How do I contact Blockchain support Blockchain Support Center
If you have a question or an issue with the wallet, we encourage you to read through our Support Center. You can browse articles via the main categories on the home page or use the search bar directly to check whether your question already has an answer. If you're unable to find an answer to your question or solution to your issue on the Support Center, you can submit a ticket to our support team here. Please note that we do not offer support via phone at this time and do not have a number that you can call. For tips on submitting a ticket, check out our blog post on the subject. To be the first to know when we roll out new features or release new content, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, or subscribe to our blog. You can also reach out to us directly on Twitter at @AskBlockchain.

Receiving ether to your Blockchain wallet Blockchain Support Center
Are you looking to request ether from a friend Follow the steps below for help getting started. Article is closed for comments. ©2018 Blockchain Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy ?| Terms of Service

What is the minimum amount I can send Blockchain Support Center
The minimum amount of bitcoin you can send in a transaction is 546 Satoshis, which is equivalent to .00000546 BTC. Article is closed for comments. ©2018 Blockchain Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy ?| Terms of Service

Why are my bitcoin and bitcoin cash addresses changing Blockchain Support Center
Our wallet is built on an HD (or hierarchical deterministic) framework, a privacy-centered method for address generation and management. Each public address your wallet generates stems from your wallet's xPub (or Extended Public Key). Once your public address receives an incoming payment, a new address will automatically be generated and display when you click on Request. If you use the same address each time you receive funds, it becomes easy for anyone to track your entire payment history. This method of address generation improves privacy by automatically presenting you with a new address when you're expecting payment.

Requesting Bitcoin Blockchain Support Center
Are you looking to request bitcoin from a friend You can either generate a payment request or send them an address following the steps below. Please note: your Blockchain wallet will generate a unique bitcoin address each time you want to receive funds. To create a bitcoin payment request instead, follow the steps below. Otherwise, click Copy Link to copy the payment request link to your clipboard and share it with the sender. Please note: anyone with this link will be able to see your address and the amount you have requested. Article is closed for comments. ©2018 Blockchain Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy ?| Terms of Service

What is a wallet ID Blockchain Support Center
A wallet identifier, also known as a wallet ID, is like a username. You use it, along with your password, to log into your Blockchain wallet and access your digital assets. A wallet identifier is composed of 32 alphanumeric characters and 4 dashes, and takes the following format: xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx Every wallet has a unique identifier. When you create a wallet, a Welcome email containing your identifier will automatically be sent to the email address you signed up with. If you didn't get the email or otherwise lost your identifier, this article describes how to retrieve your identifier and restore access to your funds. You can also find your wallet identifier within your wallet, under Settings > General.

Identity Verification Overview Blockchain Support Center
Verifying your identity helps prevent fraud and ensures that no one, except you, is able to use your payment information to make exchanges. Before you're able to use our crypto-to-crypto exchange, you'll be required to verify your identity by providing important personal information, a valid government-issued ID, and completing a photo or video facial check. Your personal information and documents are reviewed by id verification software provider, Onfido, as well as our support agents. In most cases, acceptable forms of ID will include a passport or driver's license. If your submission is clear and consistent, the automated verification may take anywhere from 5 minutes to 2 hours. If there are problems with the automated verification and manual review is required, it may take approximately 5 business days. We'll stay in touch throughout the verification process, and we're always here to answer your questions.

Understanding the xPub and address generation Blockchain Support Center
For maximum privacy, our wallet generates new bitcoin and bitcoin cash addresses every time funds are received. Our wallet is built on an HD (or hierarchical deterministic) framework, a privacy-centered method for address generation and management. Each public address your wallet generates stems from your wallet's xPub (or Extended Public Key). Each time you receive funds, your wallet will use the xPub to generate a new receiving address.* When you create a new sub-wallet (or wallet category) in the Addresses section of your wallet Settings, you generate a new xPub for your wallet to use for address generation. By default, clicking Request will fetch a new address from the xPub of your default sub-wallet (for all new wallets, this is My Bitcoin Wallet, but this can be changed within Settings > Addresses). When you choose a different sub-wallet from the Receive To: dropdown menu, your wallet will generate a new address from the xPub of that sub-wallet.

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Top User Questions Blockchain Support Center
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Identity Verification Blockchain Support Center
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Wallet Functions Blockchain Support Center
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Bitcoin Glossary Blockchain Support Center
Blocks are found in the Bitcoin block chain. Blocks connect all transactions together. Transactions are combined into single blocks and are verified every ten minutes through mining. Each subsequent block strengthens the verification of the previous blocks, making it impossible to double spend bitcoin transactions (see double spend below). Bitcoin Improvement Proposal or BIP, is a technical design document providing information to the bitcoin community, or describing a new feature for bitcoin or its processes or environment which affect the Bitcoin protocol. New features, suggestions, and design changes to the protocol should be submitted as a BIP. The BIP author is responsible for building consensus within the community and documenting dissenting opinions.

My receiving/requesting address has changed Blockchain Support Center
You may notice that your bitcoin and bitcoin cash addresses change every time you receive funds. Your ethereum address will not change. Our wallet is built on an HD (hierarchical deterministic) framework, a privacy-centered method for address generation and management. Each public bitcoin/bitcoin cash address your wallet generates stems from your wallet's xPub (or Extended Public Key). Once a public address receives an incoming payment, a new address will automatically be generated and display when you click on Request. While previously used bitcoin and bitcoin cash addresses remain valid and can always be used to receive funds multiple times, if you use the same address each time you receive funds, it becomes easy for anyone to track your entire payment history. This method of address generation improves privacy by automatically presenting you with a new address when you're expecting a new payment.

I lost my wallet identifier. How can I log in Blockchain Support Center
A wallet identifier (also known as a wallet ID) is like a username. You need it to log into your wallet. When you sign up for a Blockchain wallet, you should receive a "Welcome" email that contains your wallet identifier. If you did not receive this email or do not know your wallet identifier for any other reason, follow these steps to regain access to your wallet.* *If you have your 12-word recovery phrase, you can use it to restore access to your funds here. This action will create a copy of your original wallet; this new wallet will have a new wallet identifier. Please note that imported addresses are not backed up by the recovery phrase and will not be restored.

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