Dogecoin Wallets

Create a Dogecoin wallet

There are many wallet apps available such as Bitpay Wallet, Coinomi Wallet and MyDoge Wallet to name a few. These are only recommended wallets but you can use any Dogecoin wallet to store your crypto.

Download Bitpay Wallet for Apple Store or for Google Play

Download Coinomi Wallet for Apple Store or for Google Play

Download Mydoge Wallet for Apple Store or for Google Play

Dogecoin Wallets

ℹ️ What is a Dogecoin wallet? A Dogecoin wallet is a software (app) that allows you to store, send, and receive Dogecoin. Just like a physical wallet, a Dogecoin wallet allows you to hold your Dogecoin securely. Wallets come in many different forms, including web-based wallets, desktop wallets, mobile wallets, and hardware wallets.

How to setup a software wallet to send and receive Dogecoin:

  1. Choose a wallet provider from the options above.

  2. Download the app for IOS or Android from your mobile device.

  3. Create a wallet.

  4. Save your key / seed phrase (password) in a very safe place.

(Without this key / seed phrase you will not have access to your wallet or Dogecoins)

A seed phrase, also known as a recovery phrase or backup phrase, is a series of words that are used to restore a wallet in the event that you forget your wallet's password. It's important you do not share your seed phrase with anyone or risk losing access to your Dogecoin.

  1. Once you setup your wallet, your unique Dogecoin address will be available to send and receive Dogecoin.

  2. Copy and paste your Dogecoin address and create your Tip Jar.

ℹ️ What is a Dogecoin Address? A Dogecoin address is a string of characters that is used to identify a specific Dogecoin wallet. The exact number of characters in a Dogecoin address can vary, but most Dogecoin addresses are 34 characters long and consist of a combination of letters and numbers. Here is an example of what a Dogecoin address looks like: DKEiZFSj6YmcjAzUuF5f7QSBryMWNYsFdK.

When creating a Dogecoin wallet, it's important to follow best practices for keeping your wallet secure. Here are a few tips:

  • Use a strong and unique password for your wallet. Avoid using the same password that you use for other accounts, and make sure it's difficult for someone else to guess.

  • Store a backup of your wallet. This could be a physical copy of your wallet's seed phrase, or a digital copy stored on a separate device. This will allow you to recover your wallet if you lose access to it.

  • Use a reputable and secure wallet service. Research the options available and choose one that has a good reputation and provides the security features you need.

  • Keep your software up to date. Regularly check for updates to the wallet software and install them as they are available. These updates often include security fixes that can protect your wallet from being compromised.

  • Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) if the option is available. This adds an extra layer of security to your account by requiring you to enter a code from your phone or other device in addition to your password.

  • Always test small amounts first when doing any large transactions.

  • It's not recommended to store your Dogecoin on any exchange. Storing your Doge in your own wallet allows you to have self custody.

By following these best practices, you can help ensure that your Dogecoin wallet is secure and that your funds are safe.

Once you setup your wallet and have your own Dogecoin address, you can create your own Dogecoin Tip Jar.

ℹ️ Note: We do not store Dogecoin addresses or have any visibility to the address submitted. As a best practice, it's recommended to check that your Dogecoin address entered matches the QR code by performing a small test. You can test your address and receive some free Doge by using a Dogecoin faucet by BluePepper