Ending support for Bitcoin Cash SV (BSV) in the Blockchain Wallet

April 15, 2019
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We’re invested in the long-term health of the crypto ecosystem and are mindful to support cryptocurrencies that are reliable, safe, and convenient. Since January we’ve offered limited support for Bitcoin Cash SV (BSV) and have been closely monitoring activity of the BSV network since the hard fork in November. After careful consideration, we have determined to end all support of BSV within the Blockchain Wallet by May 15, 2019.

If you have BSV, we recommend simply swapping it for another crypto in the Blockchain Wallet or sending your tokens to another service. To access your BSV tokens, log into your wallet through any web browser and select the Settings option on the bottom left, then Wallets & Addresses. On mobile? You can log into your Web Wallet by logging into the Blockchain app and clicking ‘Log in to Web Wallet’ in the side navigation.

Have questions? Feel free to reach out to our Social team and support team for help.

Web Wallet login from Mobile Wallet

BSV services within Settings


https://blog.blockchain.com/2019/04/15/ending-support-for-bsv/

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