The BlockBank wallet, being non-custodial, gives you full access to your private keys. Private keys are vital to the security of your wallet, so make sure to keep them in a secure place. If you lose access to your private keys, there’s a good chance you’ll lose access to your cryptocurrency wallet (along with all the funds stored inside).

Recommended read: Private Keys in Crypto — What You Need to Know

Here are a few tips on how you can safely store your BlockBank private keys.


The following article is a step-by-step guide on how to add your BBANK token to the BlockBank wallet. Please follow these instructions:

1. Log into the BlockBank app.

2. Go to Wallet. Swipe the orange card to your left to land on ERC Tokens.


BlockBank welcomes to the team an accomplished executive and financial industry veteran with more than three decades of experience in traditional and digital capital markets, regulatory and banking.

BlockBank, the company developing AI-powered traditional mobile banking with seamless crypto integration, is proud to announce that Greg Murphy has recently joined the team as Chief Financial Officer.

“We are pleased to have Greg join our team, in what is an important hire for BlockBank,” BlockBank CEO, Kelghe D’cruz, said. “With an impressive career to date, Greg will play a vital role in helping us into our next phase of growth.” …


What you need to know about the company building AI-powered traditional mobile banking experience with seamless crypto integration.

BlockBank is building and developing the infrastructure and decentralized financial services for “Banking 3.0. Here you will find the frequently asked questions about the AI-powered financial app.

1. What is BlockBank?

BlockBank is on a mission to offer AI-powered, traditional mobile banking experience with seamless crypto integration. We aim to combine the best of DeFi and CeFi worlds in one place, incorporating AI technology to bring financial empowerment to clients in a very simplified manner.

2. What is BlockBank´s vision?

BlockBank wants to simplify the user experience without compromising security, privacy…


When it comes to learning something new, the task can be very daunting, especially when it is something you do not understand or something lacking a lot of educational resources or proper guidance.

The world of cryptocurrency is growing rapidly. In fact, it has already changed the financial system with its technology bringing innovations in many major businesses around the world. Cryptocurrency and their underlying technology, Blockchain, are not the future anymore; they are the present!

Taking the steps to learn more about crypto and the Blockchain technology now, no matter what stage of life you are in, can benefit…


The popularity of cryptocurrency has been on the rise for years. But 2020 has been a very special year with many more retail investors getting exposure to bitcoin during the COVID-19 lockdown, public companies beefing up their bitcoin holdings, and major fintech companies like PayPal introducing cryptocurrency products. This makes it a great time to look into the 2021 year and discuss what we can expect in the crypto tax space.

Here’s a report compiled by BlockBank to throw more light on the matter purely from an informational point of view.


As you may be aware, the ‘crypto’ in crypto-currencies refers to cryptography. In its simplest form, cryptography is a means of encoding or decoding information. The ‘keys’ themselves are actually a string of numbers that point to an address/wallet and identify the rightful owner.

Public keys are mainly used for circulation. It’s a cryptographic code that allows users to receive crypto coins or tokens.

If public keys are used to encrypt messages and transactions, private keys are used to decrypt them. That way, only people who have the private key can decipher the message sent. Here’s everything you need to know about private keys and find out why they are so important in terms of safeguarding your assets inside your BlockBank wallet.


There are several ways DeFi users can earn via yield farming and we guess most of you are aware of this. But not everything is sunshine and rainbows.

It is not that simple now, as the technology is still young. As we’ve seen with some of the recent “rug pulls” and “hacks” there is a real scenario you can lose all of your funds staked.

So, here’s our brief presentation on earning with DeFi yield farming — is it rocket science or a child’s play? We have also tried to highlight some points as to how BlockBanc aims to simplify and secure DeFi yield farming for the masses.

Earning with DeFi Yield Farming — What you need to know

Uniswap trading made simple by BlockBanc

At BlockBanc, our goal has always been to make crypto simpler, safer, and more accessible to the masses. Harnessing Ai to make DeFi simple, smart, and secure — that has been our motto, and that is exactly what we have done with our successful Uniswap integration.

Uniswap is a fully decentralized protocol for automated liquidity provision on Ethereum. Uniswap empowers developers, liquidity providers and traders to participate in a financial marketplace that is open and accessible to all. Although Uniswap has its own benefits, the process of trading comes with a host of complexities.

Here are the steps involved:


Security is very complex in the tech-savvy world. It seems that almost every day, there is another report of a major data breach or ransomware.

While blockchain is the crypto wallet security model (blockchain is completely secure through the distributed ledger creating the chain), it does not produce a fully secure system. The threat does not lie on the blockchain, but on the portfolio or the exchange provider.

Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you take ample security measures to safeguard your private keys and protect your funds in your wallet. The following tips can help.

1. Practice proper internet…

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