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* JSON and block explorer compatible api
 
* JSON and block explorer compatible api
 
* Multi-signature coordination service (for use with M-Of-N transactions)
 
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Bitcoins may be purchased through the site [https://blockchain.info/wallet/sms-phone-deposits using SMS / mobile].
  
 
The site's [http://status.blockchain.info/500250 availability status and service history] is monitored using PingDom.
 
The site's [http://status.blockchain.info/500250 availability status and service history] is monitored using PingDom.
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* [https://blockchain.info/wallet/escrow Escrow Service]
 
* [https://blockchain.info/wallet/escrow Escrow Service]
 
* [https://blockchain.info/wallet/demo-account My Wallet demo account]
 
* [https://blockchain.info/wallet/demo-account My Wallet demo account]
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* [https://blockchain.info/wallet/sms-phone-deposits Deposit Using Phone/SMS]
 
* [http://twitter.com/blockchain @BlockChain] Twitter account
 
* [http://twitter.com/blockchain @BlockChain] Twitter account
  

Revision as of 18:02, 15 April 2012

BlockChain.info is a utility site offering a number of free ad-supported services:

  • Alternative block chain browser
  • Javascript-based eWallet
  • Payment notification/alerts
  • Live updating list of unconfirmed transactions
  • Data and charts providing insight into the Bitcoin P2P network
  • Double spend tracking
  • JSON and block explorer compatible api
  • Multi-signature coordination service (for use with M-Of-N transactions)

Bitcoins may be purchased through the site using SMS / mobile.

The site's availability status and service history is monitored using PingDom.

The site was launched on August 30, 2011[1], originally as the PiUK-BlockChain-Browser. It is maintained by Ben Reeves and was built with the intended purpose of recording double spend attacks and various currency statistics.

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