Want that cool custom Bitcoin wallet like 1SPLiTKEYbLy5Da8BNjVj3RBhSGRDDa9J without compromising security? 1SPLiTKEY can provide that personal touch to your Bitcoin brand with a Bitcoin Vanity wallet without EVER knowing your keys! We make it pretty easy to just follow along as you read but, here is a detailed how-to on this page & Terms of service if needed. This service is for providing custom Bitcoin SPLiTKEY vanity wallets. We aim to be the best at what we do! We even have free tier usage but there's a couple stipulations on free use. Free users won't be able to make another request for 7 days or 168 hours from the original submission. If you want another prefix wallet before then, you can submit one for only $1.00! This system is an automated BETA so things may not go as planned. An automatic emailer will send your completed work to the email address entered below. Please read NotYourKeys.org to understand more about key security. This is a non custodial service, after your keys are merged its out of our hands. If you know how to run a live OS offline via usb that is recommended for this process. Our merge tool should help guide you though Download our merge tool here, It will walk you through the process. Its safe, open source (a pruned fork of bitaddress.org) and in offline html format. Download and click MergeTool within the folder.


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1SPLiTKEY Terms Of Service
		Our service is non-custodial, at the end of the day all we know is your public wallet.
		It is your responsibilty to ensure the privacy and saftey of your outputted private key.							
		Even if we get hacked all the hackers will have is Public Key,SPLiTKEY provided partialpriv and your email address.			
		If this case scenario happens we are not responsible for random collosions via 3rd party bruteforcing, or email phishing attempts.										
		(You have a better chance of being struck by lightning or winning the lottery than this happening)
		https://github.com/wkvanities/VanitySearch is the sourcecode we use to bruteforce your prefixes. VanitySearch is licensed under GPLv3. and created by JeanLucPons Thanks Jean!
		The FTP server, webforms and program that handle the automation process is not opensource.				
		The bitaddress.org software is available under The MIT License (MIT) Copyright (c) 2011-2013 bitaddress.org
		Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), 
		to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, 
		and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
		The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. Including SPLiTKEY Merge Tool
		THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
		EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
		FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
		IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM,
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Lost? Here is our Detailed how-to.
		Step 1:
		Educate yourself. Verify, Verify, Verify.

		Read this entire page first if you dont know whats going on. Understand it before proceeding!
		Download the 1SPLiTKEY Merge Tool Its open source and the code can be reviewed here before downloading
		https://github.com/wkvanities/1SPLiTKEY-Merge-Tool
		Open the tool folder and click the MergeTool.html (turn your internet off at least first)
		The best pratice's would be to use a live USB or airgapped operating system.
		Then you move your mouse around until it says 100% (this creates random entropy for what we call a "seed" )
		It utilizes mouse coordinates for randomness for the seed.
		You never see the seed, neither do we.

		Step 2:
		Once the seed is 100% generated (takes 5-15 seconds of just moving your mouse around the screen its visual and helps with understanding the process)
		it will provide you with a Public Key and a Private Key
		NEVER share the Private Key. Keep it to yourself , OFFLINE.
		if you know how to run a USB operating system such as linux this would be ideal for best security and using final product with 100% confidence no one has your private key.
		For now lets just stick with offline html method on your current desktop to complete this instructional.
		We'll be using a demonstration to show you so don't ever use this example for anything as its compromised

		Here is the Public key we generated on the merge tool.
		045D9B2905A7CC0934A5FA8CE78BAFDE44C75AFBCDB63BF14E724786BE230209EA6DF2B30A605D833B7F11636817AD72C32EF32F92E3B4C4D639E8E31787CB9F10

		Here is the private key we generated on the merge tool. (You dont share this with anyone, EVER!)
		46715D531A0CFD1FA37C298FB68BFDED3BEB4EFB2A0D10C55905BCD5FD24716F

		Step 3:
		You send us the PUBLIC KEY not the private key, Again the private key is NOT okay to share with ANYONE!
		We work the public key you provide us with random base keys and brute force a prefix in this case 1Jack

		Step 4:
		Our finalized work gets emailed to you after your prefix is found and should look something like this

		PartialPriv: 5JQC1zxdSd4M1dBMDhv8YSCNzBrfACD7SG5hiGpCWujLnBxzGEg
		PubAddress: 1Jackh34HDJYPbkSTgFc6tsMeJ9VTBnP4g

		All we know is your wallet based on your public key you provided and the partial priv we provided.
		After merging the wallet will stay the same, The public key and private key will however change.
		The wallet and the partial private key is useless until its merged with your private key you generated in step 1.
		We check for wallet accuracy utilizing public key and our generated PartialPriv, We never see your private keys.

		Step 5:
		Revisit the SPLiTKEY merge tool OFFLINE and preferably on a USB Live OS thats not connected to the internet or a airgapped system.
		You then go to step 2 on the SPLiTKEY merge tool and enter your step 1 private key.
		(you know, the one you never shared) and you enter out partial private key we provided via email.
		*Note entering you public key will not result in a private key output. Just a wallet output. We use this function to validate your wallet is accurate.
		Then click the [Merge My Keys] Button
		The result should look like the following

		Vanity Bitcoin Address:
		1JackM41qJxBu42DyGAqDFLDcytaC6a7Z2
		The above is your new address that should include your required prefix.
		*This can be shared safely with everyone

		Vanity Public Key (HEX):
		04A9B4E588C6011C225A302CB007DB9A6A14528A76A5AFE071C9C2CB0E5CC5E4A6073A747EF8699D0F0D672919C5D0434C4007535A2FD7F3BF367BE2A6C8703FBE
		The above is the Public Key in hexadecimal format. (This changed after merging)

		Vanity Private Key (WIF):
		5JwDPKR1y7JVaFAHw1FFg8aYrkSFcjQrAQdhWqBVQFDCcUxAdt7
		The above is the Private Key to load into your wallet.
		*This can be imported into trezor/electrum/bitcoin core for sending BTC/signing messages and general control of the wallet such as signing messages and sending Bitcoin*
		You dont share this with anyone not even your mom.

		**All the following wallet information is compromised do not use!!! This is only an working example!!!**

		Notice how the Public key and the Private key changed after merging? All we know is your public wallet address.
		Legitimate operators of these services *splitkeys* have no way of knowing your end result except your public wallet.
		Using these services are the only safe way to do a vanity wallet using 3rd party computing power aka bruteforcing.
		A lot of other vanity wallet service providers scam by not providing splitkey options.
		they send you a wallet already made with a key they know and wait for you to load up and then steal from you after you have a nice bag.
		Our service is non-custodial, at the end of the day all we know is your public wallet in this case 1JackM41qJxBu42DyGAqDFLDcytaC6a7Z2
		It is your responsibilty to ensure the privacy and saftey of your outputted private key.
		Even if we get hacked all the hackers will have is Public Key,SPLiTKEY provided partialpriv and your email address.
		If this case scenario happens we are not responsible for random collosions via 3rd party bruteforcing, or email phishing attempts.
		(You have a better chance of being struck by lightning or winning the lottery then this happening since we do not log base keys and use random base keys