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Whitelist has multiple meanings in a blockchain context. First, it may refer to a list compiled by a blockchain start-up to assess the legitimacy of potential investors — using identity verification and intended investment amounts — that want to participate in an upcoming funding round. Second, it may refer to when cryptocurrency exchanges or wallets ask a user to verify the authenticity of a withdrawal address by “whitelisting” the address. This is done to prevent the user from becoming a victim of fraudulent withdrawals from their wallet or exchange account by malicious actors.


BTC: bc1qcykxcd7pey2yxzp7vdq795hhpnjpju8fslu3y5

Ethereum (ERC20) : 0xa07719acddeEcD0760D201534849cB5dCe25C379

DOGE: DLBGQbauVDs8cCUWB1fu8SgMuZYxNemps8

LTC: ltc1q0slmqgm8qulxk6mupjjmq25d9uwqrtj2ktn9q5

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