Airbitz Bitcoin Wallet

The Airbitz mobile Bitcoin wallet is a decentralized, secure, and backed up Bitcoin wallet that provides true financial autonomy & privacy for users. Neither Airbitz nor any 3rd party can access users’ funds or data within the Airbitz wallet. Airbitz offers ‘Edge’ login service which is the first zero-knowledge single sign-on solution. A clean, user-first interface solves many of the usability issues plaguing current wallet solutions, while adding features including:


Ease of Use

  • Decentralized server architecture. Wallets work even if Airbitz servers are down
  • Supports Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to transfer funds instead of scanning QR codes
  • Simple account creation using just a login & password (no printing or emailing of PDFs, writing down passphrases or adding encryption settings)
  • Multiple wallets per account with simple user defined wallet names (ie. “Vacation Fund”)
  • Integration with the Airbitz Business directory to auto-complete business meta data for transactions
  • User editable transaction data (payee, category, fiat value, & notes)
  • Built in transaction search by payee, category, or notes
  • Quick UI to transfer funds between wallets in an account
  • Multiple fiat currency support. Assign a fiat currency per wallet
  • Easy to search Business Directory Map (Find out who takes bitcoin around you)


  • Hierarchical Deterministic wallets with changing addresses per transaction
  • Local client-side encryption (S-Crypt password hashing & AES256 encryption) of all user keys and data
  • No user info required to use wallet (no name, address, email, or phone number)


  • Native C/C++ code for super strong encryption and password hashing (S-Crypt password hashing & AES256 encryption)
  • Local client-side encryption using user generated login & password
  • Open-source release on Oct 31, 2014


  • Platforms: Android, iOS
  • Validation Type: SPV
  • Wallet Features: Hierarchical Deterministic, Open Source, 2 Factor Authentication
  • Ease Of Use: Easy

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