Manage your finances in one app with the secure, open source Copay Wallet. Get up and running fast with blockchain security, store and send funds.
With the Copay 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 Copay app that doesn't compromise on security or accessibility:
- Support Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and XRP
- Support for ERC-20 stablecoin tokens, including USD Coin (USDC), Paxos Standard (PAX), Gemini Dollar (GUSD) and Binance USD (BUSD)
- Multiple wallet creation and management in-app
- 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 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 testnet wallets
- Customizable wallets name and order
- 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.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
the first time i purchased BITCOIN from an ATM everything went smooth , the BC hit my wallet less than 5 min.
was able to send BC no hassle with a pretty small fee
the 2nd time i bought BC from an ATM it took about 45min. to hit my wallet but the BC is there so , so far so good 👍 (4 stars)
Something about Copay
Let's start off with the goods. Copay is quite useful to hold small amounts of money likely between $1-500 as the user interface is quite nice, and it is safer then an exchange. That's about the only positive I see. Some negitives include the fact that they charge nothing to move you money in, which seems fine and makes you love the app for about 3 months, but then when you take you money out they charge insane amounts. For example I moved, didn't even sell just moved, $1500 from copay to my ledger nano s when I bought it and I was charged $20 in fees. I am just now realising that I also have similar feelings about Coinbase in the way that they charge crazy fees and prey on the beginners. Lastly it says it supports bitcoin cash, and it shows up on your wallet, but you are unable to move you BCH to other wallets so it's becially just there to show you how much money you could have had if you had a proper wallet. IN CONCLUSION, copay is less then mediocre, charge crazy fees, hardly support bitcoin cash, but have a decent user interface. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMEND taking the bitcoin that you would have placed in copay, taking the $100 it would have charged you in fees by the time you are done with it, and buying a Ledger Nano S, which is really the only way to store cryptos.
Great Wallet, Disregard Fee Complaints
This is a clean-looking wallet that functions exactly as a wallet should. Since it features HD key creation, new receive addresses can be generated on demand. The mining fee can be adjusted (“urgent”, “normal”, “economy”, etc.) and the breakdown of fees during a transaction is clear.
The three things I’d really like to see are SegWit support, optional Bech32 Bitcoin addresses, and the ability to manually set fees.
Speaking of fees... anyone who complains of having to pay high fees as if that’s the fault of CoPay/BitPay fundamentally misunderstands Bitcoin. The more full the mempool is, the more users have to bribe the miners to include their transactions in the next block. This isn’t a fee that’s charged by CoPay.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.