Recover blockchain.com password

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Blockchain.com (or blockchain.info as it was called previously) have over 50 million wallets created since its inception. Blockchain.com support will not help you if you lost your password, what other options do you have?

If you forget your password but know what email created your wallet, you are able to request an email. They will send you all wallets ever created with that mail. The link for that service is:

If you are not able to remember the password there are several other options to recover the encrypted wallet.

Its possible to use btc recover to download the encrypted backup.

Btc recover can be downloaded from:

In order to do this, you will need to install a bunch of python libraries and be a bit familiar with the command prompt. Its not a GUI.

If you have a wallet.aes.json backup and do not remember the wallet ID, it is possible to import the wallet into a new blockchain.com wallet.

The following link is to import the wallet.aes.json into a new wallet.

Finally, what if you have created a second password on your wallet?

You would be able to brute force the password if you have a GPU rig (an NVIDIA or AMD video card) which is able to try thousands of different passwords per second.

Aside from owning a GPU card, you could use a software like hashcat to run the password cracking for you.

Hashcat could be downloaded from

If you are not able to find any password you could use a bunch of different word lists. You can download many different word lists from here:

Make sure you have plenty of space and bandwith. Many of these word lists are 10–30 GB.

If all this seems to much for you, there are professional services like keychainx.io that will for a fee help you recover your blockchain.com or blockchain.info wallet.

To contact us please send an email to keychainx@protonmail.com

LESSON LEARNED.

There is always a way to recover your first or second blockchain.com password. You would need some programming skills, luck and patience. But once you open that long lost wallet its worth the effort :)

Disclaimer! This article was written by Robert Rhodin, the CEO of Wallet Recovery Service KEYCHAINX LLC, based in California USA. To read more about our company visit https://keychainx.io or send us an email to keychainx@protonmail.com if you need to talk about password recovery.

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