GeekCash PaperWallet Generator
Open Source JavaScript Client-Side GeekCash Wallet Generator
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GeekCash Address
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Private Key (Wallet Import Format)
SECRET

A GeekCash wallet is as simple as a single pairing of a GeekCash address with its corresponding GeekCash private key. Such a wallet has been generated for you in your web browser and is displayed above.

To safeguard this wallet you must print or otherwise record the GeekCash address and private key. It is important to make a backup copy of the private key and store it in a safe location. This site does not have knowledge of your private key. If you are familiar with PGP you can download this all-in-one HTML page and check that you have an authentic version from the author of this site by matching the SHA256 hash of this HTML with the SHA256 hash available in the signed version history document linked on the footer of this site. If you leave/refresh the site or press the "Generate New Address" button then a new private key will be generated and the previously displayed private key will not be retrievable. Your GeekCash private key should be kept a secret. Whomever you share the private key with has access to spend all the GeekCash associated with that address. If you print your wallet then store it in a zip lock bag to keep it safe from water. Treat a paper wallet like cash.

Add funds to this wallet by instructing others to send GeekCash to your GeekCash address.

Check your balance by going to explorer.geekcash.org and entering your GeekCash address.

Spend your GeekCash by importing your private key to the p2p client wallet. Keep in mind when you import your single key to a GeekCash p2p client and spend funds your key will be bundled with other private keys in the p2p client wallet. When you perform a transaction your change will be sent to another GeekCash address within the p2p client wallet. You must then backup the p2p client wallet and keep it safe as your remaining GeekCash will be stored there. Satoshi advised that one should never delete a wallet.

Comma Separated Values: Index,Address,Private Key (WIF)
Why should I use a Bulk Wallet to accept GeekCash on my website?
The traditional approach to accepting GeekCash on your website requires that you install the official GeekCash client daemon ("geekcashd"). Many website hosting packages don't support installing the GeekCash daemon. Also, running the GeekCash daemon on your web server means your private keys are hosted on the server and could get stolen if your web server is hacked. When using a Bulk Wallet you can upload only the GeekCash addresses and not the private keys to your web server. Then you don't have to worry about your GeekCash wallet being stolen if your web server is hacked.
How do I use a Bulk Wallet to accept GeekCash on my website?
  1. Use the Bulk Wallet tab to pre-generate a large number of GeekCash addresses (10,000+). Copy and paste the generated comma separated values (CSV) list to a secure text file on your computer. Backup the file you just created to a secure location.
  2. Import the GeekCash addresses into a database table on your web server. (Don't put the wallet/private keys on your web server, otherwise you risk hackers stealing your coins. Just the GeekCash addresses as they will be shown to customers.)
  3. Provide an option on your website's shopping cart for your customer to pay in GeekCash. When the customer chooses to pay in GeekCash you will then display one of the addresses from your database to the customer as his "payment address" and save it with his shopping cart order.
  4. You now need to be notified when the payment arrives. Google "GeekCash payment notification" and subscribe to at least one GeekCash payment notification service. There are various services that will notify you via Web Services, API, SMS, Email, etc. Once you receive this notification, which could be programmatically automated, you can process the customer's order. To manually check if a payment has arrived you can use Block Explorer. Replace THEADDRESSGOESHERE with the GeekCash address you are checking. It could take between 10 minutes to one hour for the transaction to be confirmed.
    http://explorer.geekcash.org/address/THEADDRESSGOESHERE

    Unconfirmed transactions can be viewed at: https://bchain.info/GeekCash/ http://insight.geekcash.siampm.com/
    You should see the transaction there within 30 seconds.
  5. GeekCash will safely pile up on the block chain. Use the original wallet file you generated in step 1 to spend them.
Algorithm: SHA256(passphrase)
GeekCash Address:
Private Key (Wallet Import Format):
Step 1 Public Key:

Copy and paste the above into the Your-Part-Public-Key field in the Vanity Pool Website.
Step 1 Private Key:
Copy and paste the above Private Key field into a text file. Ideally save to an encrypted drive. You will need this to retrieve the GeekCash Private Key once the Pool has found your prefix.
Enter Your Part Private Key (generated in Step 1 above and previously saved):
[NOTE: this input box can accept a public key or private key]
Enter Pool Part Private Key (from Vanity Pool):
[NOTE: this input box can accept a public key or private key]
Vanity GeekCash Address:
The above is your new address that should include your required prefix.
Vanity Public Key (HEX):
The above is the Public Key in hexadecimal format.
Vanity Private Key (WIF):
The above is the Private Key to load into your wallet.



Your GeekCash Private Key is a unique secret number that only you know. It can be encoded in a number of different formats. Below we show the GeekCash Address and Public Key that corresponds to your Private Key as well as your Private Key in the most popular encoding formats (WIF, WIFC, HEX, B64).

GeekCash stores public keys in compressed format. The client now also supports import and export of private keys with importprivkey/dumpprivkey. The format of the exported private key is determined by whether the address was generated in an old or new wallet.
GeekCash Address
GeekCash Address Compressed


Public Key (130 characters [0-9A-F]):
Public Key (compressed, 66 characters [0-9A-F]):

Private Key WIF
51 characters base58, starts with a
'7'
Private Key WIF Compressed
52 characters base58, starts with a
'X'


Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):
Private Key Base64 (44 characters):
How do I make a wallet using dice? What is B6?
An important part of creating a GeekCash wallet is ensuring the random numbers used to create the wallet are truly random. Physical randomness is better than computer generated pseudo-randomness. The easiest way to generate physical randomness is with dice. To create a GeekCash private key you only need one six sided die which you roll 99 times. Stopping each time to record the value of the die. When recording the values follow these rules: 1=1, 2=2, 3=3, 4=4, 5=5, 6=0. By doing this you are recording the big random number, your private key, in B6 or base 6 format. You can then enter the 99 character base 6 private key into the text field above and click View Details. You will then see the GeekCash address associated with your private key. You should also make note of your private key in WIF format since it is more widely used.