Bluewallet is a simple and secure way to get started with cryptocurrencies. As a real standalone Bitcoin client, there is no server to get hacked or go down. Build on Android’s strong security structure, Bluewallet is designed to protect you from malware, browser security holes and even physical theft.

That’s why, we recommend Bluewallet. Below, you’ll find a step-by-step guide to setup the Bluewallet on your Android phone.

Step 1 – Locating and installing Bluewallet

Launch the Play Store.

Go to the menu and type in ‘Bluewallet’.

Install the app.

Step 2 – Getting started with Breadwallet

Select “Add Now”

Write a name for your wallet and select the type of wallet as Bitcoin and click on “Create”

Write the the keywords and once done click on “OK, I worte this down”

Step 3 – Keeping your recovery phrase safe

The recovery phrase is the easiest way to restore your wallet, should something happen to your Phone. It’s very important you write your recovery phrase down on a piece of paper and NOT on any device connected to the internet. If anyone gets a hold of your recovery phrase, they can access your wallet and steal your bitcoins.

Before reading any further, write down the recovery phrase and keep it in a safe place. If you plan on keeping significant amounts of money in your wallet, we recommend storing your paper in a vault etc.

Step 4 – Locating and using your Bitcoin address

You can either scan a QR code to send bitcoins or pay a Bitcoin address from your clipboard.

On receive screen, you’ll notice your Bitcoin address.

The QR code is a representation of the Bitcoin address shown beneath it.

Clicking on your Bitcoin address, you’ll be presented with a few options on how to share this address.

Note: We recommend that you never attempt to write down your address by hand, and that you always ‘Copy & Paste’ and double check the correctness of the Bitcoin address you are sending to.