Earlier this week we announced that we’ll be consolidating blockchain.info into blockchain.com to create a unified experience for our users. As a reminder, this means you’ll soon be accessing all of your .info favorites from blockchain.com. Before anything changes for you, we want to make sure to address any questions or concerns you may have.
Why are you consolidating blockchain.info into blockchain.com?
For you! We know that your needs as users are ever-changing and we want to be prepared to offer you the end-to-end experience you’ve been waiting for. Before we can get to releasing the new and improved products we’re working on, we want to simplify how you interact with us so you only have one place to look for all of your crypto needs.
When will this domain move happen?
We want to make sure everything works perfectly when we release this update so we’re tying up any loose ends as we speak. We don’t have an exact date for you yet, but you can expect to see the move over to blockchain.com later this month.
Where will I log in to my wallet and how do I know I’m not on a phishing site?
You’ll soon be logging into your wallet at login.blockchain.com. You can bookmark this new URL to make sure you’re always logging in at the right place.
You may be used to seeing our SSL certificate on blockchain.info as a way to make sure you’re not on a phishing site.
This will now be shown across all of our sites and products, so you can rest assured that you’re always in the right place.
How will this affect my wallet and transactions?
The only thing that will change for your wallet is where you log in, which will soon be at login.blockchain.com. You’ll continue using the same wallet ID and password that you’ve always used. Once you’re logged in, your balances, transaction history, and imported addresses will all be ready and waiting for you.
Will this change how I use your block explorer?
Our block explorer will be getting a new look and feel in the coming months as we prepare to expand on the currencies we support. Until then, the only change you should expect is how you access the explorer. Once we consolidate domains, blockchain.info will be found at blockchain.com/explorer.
What if I have a problem once the domains move?
We’re hoping you won’t run into any issues, but we know things happen. If anything comes up, please reach out to our support team and we’ll help to figure out a solution as quickly as possible.
How will this impact the use of Blockchain’s APIs?
Our APIs will continue to work as normal following this migration.
As always, if you have questions not answered here please reach out to our support team. Check back here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages often to stay up to date on our domain move.