Feature update: wallet address input

We are continuously working on our blockchain platform to improve our users’ experience. Today we are pleased to introduce a new feature that will simplify the cryptocurrency wallet address input during the ICO investment pool creation and ICO investment pool...

Feature update – Telegram notifications

Following our “email notifications” feature we are now introducing “Notifications sent via Telegram”. This new feature will allow you to be easily informed about the state of the Initial Coin Offering pool(s) you contributed to. There are four notification types:...

Feature update – Email Notifications

  Thanks to our new "Email Notifications" feature, you won’t miss any valuable information relating to the ICO investment pools you created or contributed to. By sending you all the vital information straight to your email, Email Notifications keep you up to date with...

Feature update – Naming of Wallets

Great news everyone! We have just released a new feature that allows our users to name their Cryptocurrency Wallets on PrimaBlock! The wallets’ table has been extended; it contains each crypto wallet's name in the left column and its respective address in the right...

Important feature update – KYC & AML verifications

We are proud to announce that we are introducing a new feature that supports the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing: KYC/AML verifications.   European directives voted by the European Parliament oblige financial institutions (insurance, banking,...

Feature update – Custom Dislcaimer

We are glad to announce that we have just released a new option: Customer Disclaimer.   The creator of a pool is now able to add a Customer Disclaimer 🎊 He has the possibility to customize it to fit his needs. The disclaimer can be a casual message to the contributors...

Feature update – a new Pool URL for more privacy

In the coming weeks, we will be releasing multiple updates focused on transparency, trust, and privacy. A lot of changes are already getting deployed to our backend without impacting the classic user flow. But the first visible steps made it through to the frontend:...

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