In the coming weeks, we’ll be consolidating blockchain.info into blockchain.com, making it seamless for our users to access all of our products through a single web experience.
Like with all big moves, we’ve been feeling a bit nostalgic. Way back in August 2011, blockchain.info was created with the simple idea to make bitcoin transactions and its ecosystem more accessible. It was one of the first platforms of its kind and quickly became the most popular and trusted resource for diving into the Bitcoin block chain in real time.
Seven years later, we’re now one of the oldest, most established company in the industry and so much more than a bitcoin explorer. We’re the world’s leading crypto wallet where 25 million users invest in and store Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). We also allow users to analyze the top cryptocurrencies via our markets page and are continually expanding our widely used API services to make it even easier for developers to build on top of the block chain.
We’ve done a lot over the years, but have a lot more to do in building the future of finance. As we move forward through 2018, we know that your needs are ever-changing, and we need to be prepared to offer you the end-to-end experience you’ve been waiting for. Before we can get to releasing new and improved products for you, we want to simplify how you interact with us.
Later this month, we’ll be consolidating all pages on blockchain.info under our one and only blockchain.com domain. We’ve been looking forward to this merger for quite some time, because it means you’ll only have one place to go for all of your crypto needs, instead of two. In the coming weeks, you’ll be able to access all of your .info favorites from blockchain.com. Along with creating one destination at blockchain.com, we’re excited to roll out a fresh new look!
In the meantime, we’ll be preparing for this move so that when it happens, you don’t have to worry about a thing. All you need to know now is that when this migration happens, the URL that you use to access your wallet, the explorer, and all other .info pages will be located on blockchain.com.
Source: Blockchain Blog https://blog.blockchain.com/