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#6 — This post is part of an introductory series for the most recent hires to the Blank team. Its purpose is to provide our community an understanding of what’s happening behind the scenes.

We would like to welcome Martin Ryden as our new Project Manager at Blank Wallet! Martin has a wide range of knowledge in marketing, operations management, and business development. He has helped shape the future of several projects dealing with both big and small companies.

Martin has been with us only for a short while now and we have already come to realize the potential value…

This post is the fifth part of a series in which we will explore and detail the upcoming features of the Blank Wallet which go far beyond basic privacy.

A private key is a critical piece of information used to authorize outgoing transactions on the blockchain network. Whoever has the knowledge of this key can spend the associated funds. This is why there has been a growing emphasis around the ecosystem for storing your cryptocurrency within a hardware wallet. …

Uniswap rewards program transitions to Unicrypt. Users must transfer their BLANK-WETH LP tokens to Unicrypt to continue earning farming rewards.

As many of you are aware we held a liquidity rewards program that ran all of last month on Uniswap V2. We’d like to say thank you to all users who have participated in our prior liquidity rewards program! All in all, the program was a great success, and are excited to bring to you a newly refined, and updated Liquidity Rewards Program.

We found the complexities of running a liquidity farming rewards program through Uniswap V3 a little too…

We built Blank because we believe in the basic human right of privacy. We’ve seen that the owners of centralized platforms are in control of users’ sensitive personal and financial information rather than the users themselves. As so, privacy remains the core value driving our development forward every day.

The same fundamental beliefs that paved the way for the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) sectors to flourish have enabled our project to address the demand for privacy that exists in it. …

This post is the fifth in our “Meet our new hire” series, where we introduce you to our new staff members here at the Blank Wallet project. We hope it helps you understand what is going on in the background as we inch closer to our launch date.

Our new hire for the day is a Smart Contract Engineer from Lithuania, Justinas Žaliaduonis. With his experience in solidity and blockchain technology in general, he’s sure to be a valuable addition to the Blank team!

Keep reading to learn more about Justinas, his job position, his thoughts on the cryptosphere, privacy…

Another month has flown by and we’re back with another review! April was a good month with a lot of growth for both the product development and the community.

We’ve also seen substantial growth within our own team, counting with multiple new hires as well as new development and test updates. As so, we figured we would share a quick recap of April in order to keep you up to speed with the latest news.

We have many more exciting updates coming in May, so be sure to stay tuned for those and to follow us on Twitter and Telegram

This post is the fourth part of an introductory series to the most recent members of our growing Blank team. Its purpose is to provide you with a better scope of what’s going on behind the scenes.

Today, we are introducing our DevOps Engineer, Ezequiel Russotto (aka Eze). He’s been working as a developer/engineer for seven years. He has an impressive background working with cyber defense and DevOps implementations for big companies like Ernst & Young and Moody’s.

We are happy to have him on board and to get his help with all our back-end infrastructure. …

This is the second part of our Blank Wallet development update series. Today we will talk and showcase some of the progress that has been made since the last update.

Since our last development update blog, we’ve made a lot of progress. With the help of our alpha testers, we’ve been able to identify several minor bugs and quickly fix them. We also got a lot of constructive feedback regarding what our users think about the wallet and the general user experience. …

This post is the fourth part of a series in which we will explore and delve into the Blank Wallet’s upcoming features. In this case, we’ll take a deeper look into the upcoming integration with the popular smart contract platform, Binance Smart Chain (BSC)

While Ethereum has proven to be the go-to option for Decentralized Finance (DeFi) developers and users alike, it has also shown that the current implementation is not ready for the high demand that this nascent industry has created. Simple transactions can cost over $15 and more complex smart contract interactions can cost hundreds of dollars.


This post is the third part of an introductory series to our latest additions to the Blank team. Its purpose is to provide our community with a better scope of what’s going on behind the scenes.

Today, we are introducing our new front-end developer, Olga Yegorova. She’s been working as a front-end developer for more than five years and has a broad range of experience from participating in many different projects and industries.

We are happy to have her on board and are excited to see all the wonderful ideas she will implement in our product, the Blank wallet chrome…

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