Open Source JavaScript Dogecoin Wallet Generator Updated December 13, 2013
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Welcome! Let's print out a beautiful and secure wallet for your dogecoin.

Here's an overview of what will happen, step by step.

Select your wallet design or language here:

Flags Sealed Wallet

Basic security checklist:

  • ? Are you using a secure operating system guaranteed to be free of spyware and viruses, for example, an Ubuntu LiveCD?

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Step 1: Calibrate Printer
Before printing out a wallet you'll need to "calibrate" your output using the zoom and horizontal shift adjustments to accommodate your particular browser / printer combination. Without proper callibration, your wallet may print out too small or with a misaligned reverse side.

Step 2: Print Front
Next we'll print out the front side of your wallet. A public address and private key will automatically be generated, or you can supply your own key if you are using 'vanitygen' or some other random key generator.

Step 3: Print Back
Then you will put the same page back in your printer (but flipped over) to print out the back side of your wallet. This isn't just for good looks: the back side design includes additional tamper-resistant safeguards.

Step 4: Cut, Fold, Seal & Fund
Find your scissors! The final step is to cut out your wallet, fold it, and seal it with opaque (light-blocking) tape. Now you're ready to transfer bitcoins from your online holdings to your new wallet.

To calibrate your output, print out this page in LANDSCAPE (wide) format. Based on the results, adjust the "zoom" and "horizontal shift" until your printed ruler approximates a real ruler, and leaves equal margins on the left and right sides of the page. Consider letting us know what settings worked best.

Print Calibration Test
Zoom / Shift : Default
Print Wallet Front

Reload the front page into your printer first. And don't forget to print in LANDSCAPE mode!

Print Wallet Back


How to cut & fold your 2-sided wallet:

Cut out your wallet (use the dotted lines on the front as a guide, not the back!)

Now fold the more narrow private key area in half, and then over again as indicated by the dotted lines in this diagram:

Folding Diagram

The final wallet will be a rectangle shape with the more narrow private key area folded over it, like this:
Sample Wallet

Finally seal your wallet by placing two strips of sturdy light-blocking tape over the top and bottom edges of the private (folded) area. A zip-seal bag will keep it safe from moisture (especially important for inkjet prints.)

Purchase hologram stickers and/or zip-sealing bags »

Sealed Wallet

How to add funds to your wallet:

Send bitcoins to the address (or QR code) where your wallet says "Very Address" and "So Public".

How to withdraw funds from your wallet:

You should expect to withdraw the entire balance of the wallet by importing it (or "sweeping" it) to a live wallet, e.g. dogecoin-qt