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The following information may no longer be true, WalletBit service was suspended
See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=249751.new

The article is kept only as historic documentation.


An eWallet service and a shopping cart interface / payment processing service.

The service allows users to deposit bitcoins directly into their online account, store bitcoins, and pay others from the balance held in the online eWallet.

This service has multiple language translations, making it one of the few multilingual online wallets. Bitcoins are able to be added through a randomly generated Bitcoin address and can be sent to other WalletBit users by email address or withdrawn to a suitable Bitcoin Address. A fee is incurred on deposit.

The greatest benefit of an WalletBit account is the ability to make instant secure payments without exposing your personal information.


Features world's first bitcoin subscription service.


WalletBit provides software plugins or modules compatible with the following ECommerce shopping carts:

  • Magento
  • WP e-Commerce
  • Zen Cart
  • OSCommerce
  • PrestaShop
  • OpenCart
  • WHMCS (Payment module, Subscription module)
  • VirtueMart
  • Shopify (Coming soon)
  • Custom API (from simple Payment button to Invoice API)

The software is available from WalletBit's Shopping carts and Applications Store.


The service was shared with a forum post on the Bitcoin.org forum on July 24, 2011[1].

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