Samsung Blockchain,
Simple and trust proven


Keep your valuables safe and secure with Samsung Blockchain.
With added protection from Knox, Samsung Blockchain Keystore and Wallet keeps your virtual assets secure. Also, Private Share ensure that your valuable data and information are managed and shared without risking your privacy.

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Convenient and secure virtual asset
management


Samsung Blockchain Wallet brings secure virtual asset management to mobile.

A young woman smiles as she looks at her smartphone.
A simulation of the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app graphical user interface which shows an account balance overview of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Tron cryptocurrencies.

Support for major and non-major virtual assets are regularly updated and include favorites like Bitcoin, Ethereum, ERC20, Tron and more.

A group of young people can be seen sitting with their smartphones in their hands. One of group’s members smiles to the others.
A simulation of the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app graphical user interface which shows the manual address entry and QR code "receive" options step of the cryptocurrency transfer process.

Check your account balances, or transfer and receive virtual assets on-the-go.

A closeup view from the side shows a person touching their smartphone screen with their index finger.
A simulation of the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app graphical user interface which shows the user's address book of saved cryptocurrency addresses. The listed addresses display names of people rather than the standard alphanumeric address.

You can nickname accounts for added convenience.

* Availability of Blockchain features, apps and services may vary depending on device, OS version and country.

Blockchain security you can trust


The future of data security lies in blockchain tech. Samsung Blockchain keeps your private key in a single, secure location and provides encryption for your data files with this private key. With additional protection from Samsung Knox and Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), your virtual assets are protected and your files are shared securely with Private Share.

A closeup view from the top shows two people shaking hands. And simulated 3D graphic and logo of the Samsung Knox smartphone security platform are on the right side.

The world of decentralized apps


Discover how blockchain technology is creating innovative strides toward a decentralized digital future. Browse and explore a growing ecosystem of the latest blockchain-based fintech, social media and health DApps. Any collectibles you receive are stored securely within the app and easy to access for future usage.

A Galaxy screen showing the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app’s Explore Dapp feature main screen. In thumbnails and in icons listed below, there are various available Dapps listed by virtual asset compatibility. Surrounding the Galaxy are a selection of Dapp icons.

Keep what's private, private

With Private Share, you can now share files in read-only mode, set an expiration date on file accessibility, and retract the viewing rights from the receiver at any time. Also, you can rest assured knowing that your shared files cannot be saved, captured, or re-shared to a third party.

In the darkened background, a group of men and women are on their smartphones. In the foreground, two Galaxy smartphone screens show how Private Share prevents screen capturing sensitive information, such as credit card info.
 

Data received cannot be saved or captured.

In the darkened background, a woman is on her smartphone.  In the foreground, two Galaxy smartphone screens show how Private Share allows the user to set and change the valid duration of how long shared files can be viewed.
 

Set an expiration date for viewing shared data.

In the darkened background, a woman is on her smartphone. In the foreground, two Galaxy smartphone screens show how Private Share allows the user to retract viewing rights of the shared files.
 

Retract receiver's viewing right.

* Availability of Blockchain features, apps and services may vary depending on device, OS version and country.

Set up your Keystore, Virtual Asset Wallet, and Private Share


Follow these easy steps to get started.

  • KEYSTORE
  • WALLET
  • PRIVATE SHARE

KEYSTORE

4 simulated graphical user interface screenshots of the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app showing keystore setup process.

STEP 1

Create new wallet or import existing one.

New recovery phrase

STEP 2

Write down the phrase and keep it in a safe place.

Double check your phrase

STEP 3

Confirm recovery phrase.

Setup complete

STEP 4

A private key has been created and now protected by Samsung Blockchain Keystore.

WALLET

4 simulated graphical user interface screenshots of the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app outline each step of the send and receive process.

STEP 1

Choose send or receive.

Send

STEP 2 - Sending (1)

Enter recipient’s address and transfer amount.

Send Fee

STEP 3 - Sending (2)

Select transfer speed.
(Additional fees apply)

Receive

STEP 4 - Receiving

Copy account address to provide sender.
If sender is nearby, QR code scan is available.

PRIVATE SHARE

Four Galaxy smartphone screens show the process of how a user can share a file through Private Share.

STEP 1

Select Private Share.

Select recipients

STEP 2

Select the receiver.

Private Share

STEP 3

Select invitation method.

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STEP 4

Transfer is complete. If app is not downloaded on receiver's phone, an invitation link will be sent.

Experience the blockchain ecosystem today

Download the Samsung Blockchain Wallet app to get started.

* Availability of Blockchain features, apps and services may vary depending on device, OS version and country.
** Device and screen images simulated for illustrative purposes.
*** Certain features may require Samsung Account login, GPS connection, or data network (Wi-Fi or internet connection).