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Create New Bitcoin Address

Enter a Password

This password encrypts your private key. This does not act as a seed to generate your keys. You will need this password + the generated encrypted file to unlock your wallet.

Save your Keystore File

**Do not lose it!** It cannot be recovered if you lose it.

**Do not share it!** Your funds will be stolen if you use this file on a malicious/phishing site.

**Make a backup!** Secure it like the millions of dollars it may one day be worth.

Save Your Private Key

**Do not lose it!** It cannot be recovered if you lose it.

**Do not share it!** Your funds will be stolen if you use this file on a malicious/phishing site.

**Make a backup!** Secure it like the millions of dollars it may one day be worth.

How would you like to access your wallet?

Paste Your Private Key

Raw Transaction
Signed Transaction


Account Address

Account Balance


Transaction History

  • Go to
  • Enter a strong but easy to remember password. Do not forget it.

    • This encrypts (protects) your private key. It does not generate your private key. This password alone will **not** be enough to access your Bitcoin.
  • Click the "Create New Wallet"
  • Download your Keystore file & save this file to a USB drive.

    • This is the encrypted version of your private key. You need the password to access it. It is safer than your unencrypted private key but you must have your password to access it in the future.
  • Read the warning. If you understand it, click the `"I understand. Continue"` button.
  • Print your paper wallet backup and/or carefully hand-write the private key on a piece of paper.

    • If you are writing it, it is recommend you write it 2 or 3 times. This decreases the chance your messy handwriting will prevent you from accessing your wallet later.
  • Copy & paste your address into a text document somewhere.

  • Send a small amount of Bitcoin (0.0001 BTC) from your previous wallet or exchange to your new wallet.
  • Unlock your new wallet from the Keystore / UTC file on your USB drive or via the private key that you printed out. Ensure it unlocks the wallet you are sent to and matches the bookmark you have.

    • Do not simply leave your new wallet open. Pretend you are coming back a year later to access your riches. Can you do it?
  • Send a small amount of Bitcoin (0.00001 BTC) from this new wallet to another address.

  • Ensure you have recorded all necessary bits of information and the addresses match at all times. If they don't, you mis-wrote something somewhere. That means it's time to start from the beginning in order to make sure you never lose access to your funds.
  • CreateSendBitcoin is a free, open-source, client-side interface.
  • We allow you to interact directly with the blockchain while remaining in full control of your keys & your funds.
  • You and only you are responsible for your security.
  • We cannot recover your funds or freeze your account if you visit a phishing site or lose your private key.

CreateSendBitcoin is not a Bank

  • When you open an account with a bank or exchange, they create an account for you in their system.
  • The bank keeps track of your personal information, account passwords, balances, transactions and ultimately your money.
  • The bank charge fees to manage your account and provide services, like refunding transactions when your card gets stolen.
  • The bank allows you to write a check or charge your debit card to send money, go online to check your balance, reset your password, and get a new debit card if you lose it.
  • You have an account with the bank or exchange and they decide how much money you can send, where you can send it, and how long to hold on a suspicious deposit. All for a fee.

CreateSendBitcoin is an Interface

  • When you create a wallet on CreateSendBitcoin you are generating a cryptographic set of numbers: your private key and your public key (address).
  • The handling of your keys happens entirely on your computer, inside your browser.
  • We never transmit, receive or store your private key, password, or other account information.
  • We do not charge a transaction fee.
  • You are simply using our interface to interact directly with the blockchain.
  • If you send your public key (address) to someone, they can send you Bitcoin.
  • If you send your private key to someone, they now have full control of your wallet.
MyEtherWallet was the inspiration for this project. However, many people asked us why there wasn't anything like it for Bitcoin. After playing with the idea for a year, we created it.

The theme was made dark to demonstrate the contrast in the two different blockchains, and also because much of the UI is driven completely by MEW's design.
This project was launched by Mike De'Shazer at the Proof Suite offices in Seoul, KR.

We are seeking a community of developers to enhance and add featuresets to support the many Bitcoins (Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, etc).

Eventually we plan to also add Lightning Network support, Cosmos Hub support and Ethereum support as cross-blockchain technology matures.
  • The blockchain is like a huge, global, decentralized spreadsheet.
  • It keeps track of who sent how many coins to whom, and what the balance of every wallet is.
  • It is stored and maintained by thousands of people (miners) across the globe who have special computers.
  • The blocks in the blockchain are made up of all the individual transactions sent from CreateSendBitcoin,, LocalBitcoins,, Coinbase and everywhere else.
  • When you see your balance on or view your transactions on, you are seeing data on the blockchain, not in our personal systems.
  • Again: we are not a bank

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