Lily makes it easy to keep your Bitcoin safe using multisignature vaults.
You don't have to compromise privacy or usability to secure your wealth.
Lily uses multisignature to protect your coins, requiring multiple devices to approve transactions.
Multisig combines multiple keys to eliminate single points of failure.
Store keys in various locations to protect against theft, loss, or natural disaster.
Lily uses industry-standard BIP-32 paths to make it straight forward to recover wallets in other software.
Lily is constructed from a password encrypted configuration file. There is no database, no data tracking, no analytics.
Lily doesn't require an account of any kind. Just download the software, create or load your wallets, and start using bitcoin.
Lily doesn't use a database of any kind. All information is loaded from your encrypted configuration file and used during your local session. When you close the program, all data related to your session is deleted too.
Easily export your accounts to be used in other software like Caravan, BlueWallet, and Bitcoin Core.
The code for Lily is completely open source and able to be reviewed by anyone. Don't trust, verify.
Need help? We will help you create your vault and test sending money to and from it.
We understand that sending and receiving Bitcoin for the first time is intimidating. We will walk you through using Lily step by step so you feel comfortable securing your money and achieving true financial sovereignty.
30 minute Zoom call
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Mobile Wallet Setup
Test Send and Receive
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Multisignature vaults are bitcoin accounts that require approving spending transactions with more than one key or device. This keeps your coins secure in case of key loss or theft.
If you have all your hardware devices at hand, you can create a multisignature vault and mobile wallet in under 10 minutes.
Yes, you can create any k-of-n vault combination up to 15 devices.
Of course! You can import a single hardware device that you already use. Your transaction history should import from Ledger Live and Trezor Wallet.
Yes, you can retrieve transaction and UTXO data from your own instance of Bitcoin Core.