Bitbibe Decentralized Wallet Platform Guide

Bitbibe Decentralized Wallet Platform (BDWP) is quite easy to understand as it has been developed from the idea of Ethereum Decentralize Wallet (MyEtherWallet, Metamask, ...). The special thing is – BDWP works with both Bitcoin and Forked Altcoin such as Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Qtum, ...

BDWP has its own conception called Master Wallet and this is the only accessible way to all of your Assets. At the beginning, you need to create a Master Wallet and unlock your Master Wallet using Private Key, Mnemonic password or JSON Encrypted File, ... to enable the accessibility of your Coin Assets.

When the Master Wallet is unlocked, you can choose your Coin and load the wallet.dat file from your local wallet or you can create new wallet for that Coin. About wallet.dat file, this is a backup file of your local wallet and represents for that local wallet. To ensure the security, you can encrypt your wallet.dat file using a password before loading it on BDWP – this secure feature is available on your local wallet and it is fully supported by BDWP.

Obviously, you can download wallet.dat file from BDWP and use them on your local wallet even when you create that wallet.dat file on BDWP. This wallet.dat file will represent the final information of your wallet in current Blockchain network. This is a sharp distinction between BDWP and other Bitcoin & Altcoin wallets.

BDWP supports all common features of local wallet such as Send, Receive, Import/Dump Address Private Key, Transactions List, ... and it will be sure that BDWP will enable to many advance features in future.

To open Create Master Wallet Interface, you can click on “Access” button on Bitbibe Decentralized Wallet Platform (BDWP) homepage or you can click here.

To start the creating process, you need to fill a password in “Password” box on the interface. Similar to Ethereum Decentralize Wallet, this password will not be saved in BDWP server and it is only used for creating an Encrypted Seed to encrypt all things related to Master Wallet. The password needs to have at least 9 characters.

After the password had been filled, you need to click on "Create new master wallet" button to send a request for creating Master Wallet.

BDWP will generate a secret twelve-word Mnemonic Phrase for your Master Wallet. Please make sure that you save this secret twelve-word in a safe place and click on "I understand. Continue." button to continue.

Then, BDWP will generate a private key for your Master Wallet. Please make sure that you save this private key in a safe place and click on "I understand. Continue." button to continue.

When your Master Wallet is successfully created, you can click on "Go to unlock wallet page" to go to Unlock Master Wallet page.

To open Unlock Master Wallet Interface, you can click on "Unlock" button on main menu or click here.

You can unlock your Master Wallet using Mnemonic Passphrase or Private Key given from creating process before.

If you choose to unlock Master Wallet using Mnemonic Phrase, you need to fill the secret twelve-word Mnemonic Phrase and your Password.

If you use Private Key to unlock Master Wallet, you need to fill the Private Key only.

After all necessary information had been filled accurately, you can click on "Unlock master wallet" button to start the unlocking process.

After the unlocking process for Master Wallet had been finished, you can see the Master Wallet Interface and widgets for Coin Assets.

To access your wallet, please click on "Access BIBE wallet" button on the widget of your coin.

Note: we will use Bitbibe Technology Coin in this example.

A window named "Encrypt your wallet" will appear on your screen. Now you need fill in the passphrase and confirm it again (in this example, it is the wallet.dat file for Bitbibe Technology Coin), then click on "Encrypt" button to start the loading process.

If there is not any error, a notification will appear on your screen and mention that the process had been successfully finished. You need to click on "Close" button to close that notification.

Yeah! You have completed the access wallet. Now come to our features, the first is "Overview". In this tab you can get the most out of your wallet such as the transactions you made recently, your current balance... and you can even deposit into the exchange.

The second is "Send", In this tab you can send coin to the addresses in the blockchain network and make sure you fill in your correct passphrase.

The third is "Receive", In this tab you can create new address, dump your private key, import wallet private key.

The fourth is "Transactions", In this tab you can review all the transactions you have made.

The fifth is "Tools", In this tab you can download backup wallet, change your passphrase.

Finally "Masternode", Coming soon...

To deposit into Bitbibe Technology Exchange,from your Coin Wallet interface, click "Deposit To Exchange" button.

Enter the amount your want to deposit and your wallet passphrase then click "Deposit" to confirm your deposit request.

If your deposit is successfully, a success message will show and you can click "Exchange Balances" to move to Exchange Balances page.

Note : we will use Bitcoin & Windows Local Wallet in this example.

With the wallet opened, click on “Settings” then “Encrypt Wallet“. Create a passphrase to secure your wallet, and do not forget this passphrase.

With your wallet open, click “File”, then “Backup Wallet (see screenshot below). Name it anything but make sure you include the .dat at the end eg: “filename.dat”.

After the unlocking process for Master Wallet had been finished, you can see the Master Wallet Interface and widgets for Coin Assets.

Note : we will use Bitcoin & Windows Local Wallet in this example.

Get your wallet.dat backup from Bitbibe Decentralized Wallet Platform

Locate this folder “C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Bitcoin”
You can open Windows Explorer and type %APPDATA%\Bitcoin in the address bar to get directly to your roaming folder. If you currently have no Bitcoins in the current wallet, you can just delete the old wallet.dat file and copy your “filename.dat” file downloaded from Bitbibe Decentralized Wallet Platform. Be sure to rename your backup to wallet.dat after you place in the Bitcoin directory.

After you copy your .dat file into the Bitcoin directory, open the Bitcoin client, enter the passphrase for the wallet and you should have your Bitcoins back. You may need to allow the wallet to catch up to the blockchain.

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