A tool for converting BIP39 mnemonic phrases to addresses and private keys.
Open the file in a browser by double clicking it.
This can be compiled from source using the command
Enter your BIP39 phrase into the 'BIP39 Phrase' field, or press 'Generate Random Phrase'
If required, set the derivation path, although the defaults are quite usable.
See the table for a list of addresses generated from the phrase.
Toggle columns to blank to easily copy/paste a single column of data, eg to import private keys into a wallet or supply someone with a list of addresses.
The BIP32 keys can be used at bip32.org if desired.
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As a result, if you would like to support this project financially you are encouraged to donate to one of the many groups that makes the internet a place amenable to projects such as this one.
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Please do not make modifications to
bip39-standalone.html, since they will
be overwritten by
Make changes in
Changes are applied during release using the command
python compile.py, so
please do not commit changes to
Tests depend on
- selenium webdriver - cd /path/to/bip39/tests; npm install
- selenium driver for firefox (geckodriver) and / or chrome (chromedriver)
- jasmine - npm install --global jasmine
Before running tests, the site must be served at http://localhost:8000.
$ cd /path/to/bip39/src $ python -m http.server or for python2 $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer
Run tests from the command-line
$ cd /path/to/bip39/tests $ jasmine spec/tests.js
This BIP39 tool is released under the terms of the MIT license. See LICENSE for more information or see https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.