Paper Wallet Instruction - Examples

A paper wallet is not actually a wallet. A paper wallet is your public and private key pair printed on paper.

Stores the private keys and addresses, and cannot tell users if they have actually received bitcoins and in what quantity.

Downsides:

  • Paper wallets require using a printer to transfer them to paper. Many printers have a hard drive for internal storage where the paper wallet will be saved.
  • Easly can be destroyed by various factors and human errors.
  • It is very discussible if it safe and good for a long time storing coins.

But for example, can be used very efficiently if need an address for a faucet or for a giveaway during meetups, etc

Horizen Papar Wallet https://zenpaperwallet.com/

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In this case, we created T address, but in a similar fashion, you can create Z address.

Find out more at https://academy.horizen.global/technology/advanced/types-of-wallets/

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If you prefer you can use this fancy paper wallet

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Brain wallet and Multisig wallet

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You can check balance of your address by inserting of a PK

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Now lets insert this PK into https://myzenwallet.io/ and send funds to another location

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I have written a blog post on how to spend the funds on a paper wallet, available here

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Here you can find videos on how to use private keys with our Web wallet and Swing wallet.

Once you already have paper wallet, what you can do and how to easily use it with those wallets.