Volt - Safe and simple
Volt is a wallet that grandma can use by removing key management responsibility away from end users. It's as easy to set up and use as any other app we use daily.
Volt. Digital Asset ...
Simply Cash is a simple BSV mobile wallet
- No registration or setting required
- Mnemonics, derivation path, BIP39 passphrase, xprv, xpub
- PIN/fingerprint for protection
- Private keys are stored only on user's de...
Send and receive money using the $handles, and make contactless payments in person by bumping your phones.
Wallet integrates into your phone's contacts. Stay connected and immediately send Bitcoin to Family & Friends.
Send BSV over the world using pictures.
1. Open Pixel Wallet.
2. If you have a image with funds in it click Load Image.
3. If you don't have a image with funds and want to load tour wallet click copy ad...
ElectrumSV - The Bitcoin SV Desktop Wallet
The ElectrumSV Desktop Wallet. The only Bitcoin that follows the whitepaper and values being stable and non-experimental, ElectrumSV naturally builds on it. ElectrumSV is focusing on being ...
As one of the earliest BSV wallets, the non custodial wallet has become heavily used - particularly among chinese.
Pixel Wallet - Alpha Version
Pixel Wallet has just added a new website to allow user to claim their BSV (BitcoinSV) by using this site. This allows for users to claim their BitcoinSV with out having to download the application.
A few Solutions
Send some BSV i...
Create a paper wallet, a cabity wallet, bulk wallet, memory wallet and more.
KaChing Cards APDU wallet
The KaChing APDU Transaction Protocol (KATP) is a protocol allowing two entities to perform peer-to-peer bitcoin transactions. It’s primarily designed for local communication, where the wallet and terminal are physically close.
During a tr...
Save Your BSV for Later
SaveBSV is a trustless platform (well, almost trustless - we will soon be realising a portion of our code to support this claim!) where you can save your BSV for the future. Please check our online documentation and FAQ for more info: