Airbitz Bitcoin Wallet

Airbitz Bitcoin Wallet

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  • Validation SPV
  • Anonymity Medium
  • Ease of use Easy
  • Supported coins
  • BTC

Your private keys are stored by a third party as well but they are encrypted with your password

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)
Automatic wallet encryption, backup, and multi-device synchronization
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