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October 22, 2016, 03:53:37 AM
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To sum it all up,they are running this campaign called "Support Team Tips" where they collect the data their support team receives and post open solutions to it.The link or guide would come handy for any blockchain.info wallet users.Although this might be the first post,they're planning to update it on weekly basis.Do bookmark the link :

https://blog.blockchain.com/2016/06/16/support-team-tips-bitcoin-transactions-and-chargebacks/


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It's from last June and It doesn't seem like they give much attention to their users , otherwise they wouldn't upgrade to their new wallet and takeoff access to private keys and even to the ability to sign messages ..


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October 26, 2016, 12:16:27 AM
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It's from last June and It doesn't seem like they give much attention to their users , otherwise they wouldn't upgrade to their new wallet and takeoff access to private keys and even to the ability to sign messages ..

Nope. Check again. June 2016, unless... unless you're from the future? Caught red-handed!

To sum it all up,they are running this campaign called "Support Team Tips" where they collect the data their support team receives and post open solutions to it.The link or guide would come handy for any blockchain.info wallet users.Although this might be the first post,they're planning to update it on weekly basis.Do bookmark the link :

https://blog.blockchain.com/2016/06/16/support-team-tips-bitcoin-transactions-and-chargebacks/

It's not the first post (which you could have seen if you clicked the link noted by the article very clearly), and a better link to bookmark would be the whole category of the "Support Team Tips" instead of a single article. Here's the link to it:

https://blog.blockchain.com/category/tutorials-and-guides/support-team-tips

But either way, I don't see any incredibly useful information that isn't somewhat of common sense to a normal bitcoin user; however, I suppose I appreciate them writing the helpful blog posts for newbies.

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