We are delighted to announce that our NEMVault beta version will be available for testing by the public in early July 2019.
The NEMVault is designed to help eliminate criminals from participating in blockchain transactions by helping exchanges to identify bad addresses from a shared intelligence provided by participating cryptocurrency exchanges (as well as wallet providers, crypto banks, and members of the public) who supply a combination of black, grey, and whitelisted digital addresses to a decentralized database. Learn more about the NEMVault in our recent press release.
How to sign up for an account
To partake in the beta, please fill up this form with the following details -
● First name*
● Last name*
● Email address*
● Contact number*
● Organization name (optional)
* indicated mandatory fields
Please sign up early to get access to the beta on launch day. You’ll receive an email from us with more information on how to access the beta before it launches.
In the beta, participants will be able to test up to 1200 addresses against a small sample of our blacklist database, and testers can upload their own ‘test blacklist’ addresses and more. The NEMVault will also be the first service to be outfitted with our latest branding elements, and we hope you enjoy navigating through the beta.
Please note that this is the beta version and not full final featured product. With your valuable feedback, we seek to make NEMVault an effective blacklist checking service that will help both consumers and businesses to conduct their trades and transactions with an added layer of trust.
Following the beta phase, we will be launching the NEMVault production version in August 2019. Please follow our social channels to follow our latest updates!
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