Ledger Nano

Ledger Nano Bitcoin Wallet is a hardware wallet with a form factor like a USB-memory. Since the Bitcoins are stored offline and in the hardware it is very secure.

It is avaible in three different sizes:

  • Ledger Nano S
  • Ledger Nano
  • Ledger HW.1

The Nano S is the new wallet and has a physical button where you need to push to acknowledge the transaction.

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Netki Wallet

Netki Wallet is a new innovative Bitcoin Wallet that tries to make it easier to use the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.

  • No more cumbersome and confusing wallet addresses
  • A Wallet Name is easy to remember, easy to share, and easy to use
  • Humans know each other by name not by computer code

Netki works by using a combination of the Namecoin blockchain and Secure DNS (DNSSEC) to take care of name storage and mapping between a name and an address.



Coinapult Bitcoin Wallet

The Coinapult team has been building Bitcoin technology since 2011, providing a secure and easy way to use the Bitcoin platform for everyone – from the newcomer to the seasoned bitcoin veteran.

In 2015, Coinapult integrated with licensed financial institution, Crypto Capital, in order to bring seamless, bitcoin-friendly banking to our users and business partners.

Security is the top priority at Coinapult. Their website is SSL-secured, all wallets are multisignature, and they offer two-factor authentication to all users.

Coinapult has headquarters in Panama City, Panama.


Schildbach Bitcoin Wallet

Bitcoin Wallet is made for non-techy people to introduce the use of Bitcoin minus all the complicated steps.

This Bitcoin wallet has no central service and provides zero trust so users can guarantee reliable and secure Bitcoin wallet service no matter what.

Some of the features include:

  • No registration, web service or cloud needed! This wallet is de-centralized and peer to peer.
  • Display of Bitcoin amount in BTC, mBTC and µBTC.
  • Conversion to and from national currencies.
  • Sending and receiving of Bitcoin via NFC, QR-codes or Bitcoin URLs.
  • Address book for regularly used Bitcoin addresses.
  • When you’re offline, you can still pay via Bluetooth.
  • System notification for received coins.
  • Sweeping of paper wallets (e.g. those used for cold storage).
  • App widget for Bitcoin balance.

This wallet is recommended by BitPay and was the first mobile wallet. Only available for Android devices thought but the source code is on GitHub.

Bither – Secure and Easy Online Payment Bitcoin Wallet

Bither is easy to use on any kind of PC or mobile platforms. Its Cold/Hot modes as well as its XRANDOM use entrophy sources to generate random numbers for users. No more credit card issues and payment troubles when you use Bither Bitcoin wallet.

The wallet is available for Android, Apple iPhone (iOS) and Desktops such as Windows, Mac and Linux.

Bither is created by Wen HaoZ hou Qi, Jiang jiazhi and Song chenwen. Bither has even support for the new Apple Watch.

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XAPO Bitcoin Wallet

The XAPO Bitcoin Wallet was funded by Wences Casares in 2011 and opened up to the public in 2014.

The company is also extending its multi-signature, which require that three out of five private keys validate a withdrawal request before money is released, to all wallets.

The private keys reside in offline servers and never come online – making them very difficult to hack. Xapo also recently had its security controls and processes reviewed by an independent company under what’s called a “Service Organization Control 2” audit. X

In May 2015 Xapo moved its headquarters from Palo Alto, California to Zurich in Switzerland.

OnChain.IO Mobile Android Bitcoin Wallet

OnChain.IO is an Open Source mobile Android Bitcoin Wallet. Basically the onchain.io is a Hierarchical deterministic Bitcoin wallet.It can issue Master Public Keys and sign P2SH transactions created with those keys.

  • More functionality coming soon. i.e. spend and receive via QR code.
  • The onchain.io app can be used as a safer form of 2 factor authentication. It is used by the https://www.onchain.io online wallet to split keys across devices.
  • The onchain.io protocol for transaction signing has been implemented in the bitwasp project as a multi sig marketplace.

The source code is also available on GitHub for anyone to download and modify.

CarbonWallet – Secure Multi Signature Bitcoin Wallet


CarbonWallet is a Bitcoin Wallet with high security. Keys are split in two and require passphrase and verification from your mobile phone.

CarbonWallet supports Multi Signature Transaction Support, BIT ID Authentification, HD Wallet and many more interesting features.

The mobile Android Wallet OnChain.IO also supports Carbon Wallet.

Onebit Bitcoin Wallet

Today, it is still ridiculously difficult to spend Bitcoin in the real world. Onebit is a bitcoin wallet app that lets you pay at any store with contactless mobile payment by giving you access to the creditcard payment network.

Onebit converts your bitcoin in real-time into local currency. No more exchanges or wire transfers needed.

Onebit securely convert your Bitcoin on the fly into any major local currency and pay the merchant via their NFC payment terminals.

Onebit is currently in Alpha-status and the guys behind Onebit is Toby Hoenisch, Michael Sperk and Paul Kittiwongsunthorn.

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Breadwallet: Easy To Use Standalone Bitcoin Wallet

Breadwallet has a very simple design to allow users to use it in just about anywhere Bitcoin is accepted. It’s standalone so it’s secure and with its strong iOS security you will have peace of mind from malware, browser security breaches and theft. Breadwallet is Open Source and available for anyone to download and modify or audit.

Find out more at breadwallet.com