Download this app to your desktop
Install the Bitcoin wallet by Freewallet and make secure BTC transactions. Store your money in a free wallet, track the exchange rate, and convert BTC to other coins. It combines the essential features of crypto wallets for both seasoned BTC investors and crypto beginners.
Bitcoin wallet is a blockchain wallet offering high-grade security for your crypto assets. Lock access to your wallet to secure against fraud. You can always restore access to your account if you lose your phone and forget your private keys.
Security features include:
🔒 Fingerprint Login.
🔒 2-factor authentication.
🔒 PIN code lock.
🔒 Email confirmation for each transaction.
The Freewallet team keeps most of our customers’ coins in offline cold storage to ensure the safety of your funds.
Exchange functions and BTC converter
You can fund your balance with almost any cryptocurrency and it will be converted to Bitcoin automatically. Send Bitcoin to almost any altcoin address and make free transactions within the Freewallet system. If you are into BTC trading, exchange it with other coins with our built-in converter.
Easy and comfortable to use
The Bitcoin wallet is a 100% free app with a neat and simple interface. Log in with email, Facebook, Google account or your mobile phone number. Share your wallet address on Twitter, Facebook, email, etc. Monitor your balance in fiat currencies and price charts to be aware of exchange rates.
Bitcoin Wallet’s 24/7 customer support will take care of you. The wallet is available in several languages including German, French, Spanish, Chinese, and Russian.
Freewallet has been a mainstay of the cryptocurrency community since 2016. It features more than 30 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Monero, and Bytecoin. NewsBTC listed Freewallet as the third most popular wallet for Android in 2018.
Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency with the biggest market capitalization. The coin started the cryptocurrency boom and has 2.9-5.8 mln. active users, according to a Cambridge University study.