bitWallet™ — Bitcoin WalletAjouter cette application à une liste
+ Par Sollico Software
bitWallet doesn't require any registration or asks for any personal information. Your Bitcoin keys are stored on your device only, and controlled only by you.
bitWallet features include:
- Securely store your Bitcoin addresses and their private keys.
- Create multiple wallets with multiple Bitcoin addresses per wallet.
- Create Classic wallets and BIP32 Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) wallets.
- Send Bitcoin payments directly from the app.
- Print paper wallets to store your Bitcoins offline in cold-storage.
- Receive notifications when new transactions occur in your wallet.
- Create Watchlists to follow interesting Bitcoin accounts.
- Check balances and transactions per wallet and per Bitcoin address.
- Verify balances and transactions from multiple data sources.
- Check the Bitcoin price, in multiple currencies, from all Bitcoin exchanges.
- Shows live Bitcoin Network statistics.
- An iPad version will be available soon.
- bitWallet is FREE, for now.
Wallets: bitWallet supports two types of wallets; Classic wallets accept all Bitcoin addresses and private keys. New random addresses can be generated, and existing keys can be scanned and imported. Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) wallets derive all accounts, addresses and private keys from a single master extended key. HD wallets adhere to the BIP32 address generation method and wallet structure. Wallet seeds and deterministic keys are derived from BIP39 mnemonic sentences.
Data Sources: data is pulled primarily from Blockchain.info. Balances and transactions can be verified against BlockExplorer.com and Blockr.io. Exchanges rates provided by BitcoinAverage.com. Additional data sources will be added as they become available.
Data Security: bitWallet uses advanced techniques to encrypt the wallet using AES-256 encryption. Your password is not stored on the device or anywhere else - if you forget your password there is no way to decrypt your wallet and recover your Bitcoins! When the wallet is decrypted, the Private Keys still remain encrypted in memory until needed to resist memory scrapping attacks. For added security, a setting is available to clear the wallet data from memory when the app is backgrounded. Data is never placed in a web browser and it never leaves the app's memory space, unless printed or shared.
Fixed bug (introduced in version 1.8.2) where HD wallets generated uncompressed addresses (instead of compressed addresses) that produced signature errors when sending funds.