Manage your bitcoin finances in one app with the secure, open source BitPay Wallet. Get up and running fast with bitcoin security, store and send funds anywhere, buy and sell bitcoin, and turn bitcoin into dollars with the BitPay Visa Card.
With the BitPay Wallet, your private keys and your money remain in your control at all times. And you're using code that's 100% open source for community testing and audits.
We built the following features into this version of the BitPay app for a bitcoin tool that doesn't compromise on security or accessibility:
- Support Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash
- Multiple bitcoin wallet creation and management in-app
- Integration for loading, managing, and spending the BitPay Visa Card.
- Integration for buying and selling bitcoin.
- Integration for buying Amazon.com gift cards.
- Intuitive multisignature security for personal or shared wallets
- Device-based security: all private keys are stored locally, not in the cloud
- Hierarchical deterministic (HD) address generation and wallet backups
- Payment protocol (BIP70-BIP73) support: easily-identifiable payment requests and verifiably secure bitcoin payments
- Support for 150+ currency pricing options and unit denomination in BTC or bits
- Email and push notifications for payments and transfers
- Easy spending proposal flow for shared wallets and group payments
- Support for Bitcoin testnet wallets
- Customizable wallet naming and background colors
- Multiple supported languages, including French, German, Chinese (Simplified), and Spanish
This app is free and open source software. You can also view the code on GitHub at https://github.com/bitpay/copay.
BitPay Card Disclosure
BY USING THIS CARD YOU AGREE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CARDHOLDER AGREEMENT AND FEE SCHEDULE, IF ANY. The BitPay Prepaid Visa® Card is issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (Member FDIC) pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. “Metropolitan Commercial Bank” and “Metropolitan” are registered trademarks of Metropolitan Commercial Bank ©2014.
* Fix transaction history refresh with sending & receiving
* Small bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
I've been fiddling with cryptocurrencies since 2013, as a user tinkerer, for almost 1000 hours of experience. They are still not suitable for mass adoption.
Every year I anonymously donate a wee bit of bitcoin to Wikipedia. This year, I discover that Wikipedia is using Bitpay to accept bitcoin donations, and Bitpay uses something called the BIP70 payment protocol, to prevent errors. They don't let you see the bitcoin address, so you can't pay from a generic bitcoin wallet. So I downloaded the Bitpay wallet app, set it up, transferred some bitcoin into it, and then made the donation to Wikipedia. It took around an hour, and I had to exercise patience and perseverance and prior technical expertise. Most normal people just would not bother with the perplexing hassle. It took a few minutes just to figure out which mysterious icon to press to activate the iPhone camera to scan a QR code displayed on the Wikipedia donation page.
You have to really want to use bitcoin to put up with the hassles. But Bitpay did work, and I might use it again some day.
The BIP70 payment protocol is new to me, maybe it is a good idea, part of the evolution of cryptocurrencies.
Secure and convenience.
Very convenience. I love the idea of the gif cards. 👍🏻
Good to use
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.