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* [http://www.expresscoin.com/wallets/bitcoin/armory How to Setup a Armory Bitcoin Wallet for Windows, Mac, and Linux]

Revision as of 20:44, 18 August 2014

An open-source, python-based, wallet-management application for the Bitcoin network.

At the alpha-level stage, Armory is a proof-of-concept release. It is very resource-intensive and thus will not be usable by everyone. The beta version of the project is being crowdfunded[1].

Available for Windows and Linux. Armory can be built for OS X but does not (yet) have OS X binaries.

Armory is licensed under the AGPL.


  • Encrypted wallet (optional)
  • Maintain offline wallets for 100% security from online attackers.
  • Import addresses created with VanityGen or sweep funds from Casascius physical Bitcoins.
  • Toggle between “Standard” and “Advanced” modes to guarantee an appropriate set of options and information.

And more -- see the project's forum thread for full details.


The Armory project was announced January 3rd, 2012[2].

See Also

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