Satochip quick start guide

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What kind of cryptocurrency do you want to protect within your Satochip hardware wallet ?
So far, your Satochip card supports Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and the SLP tokens, Ethereum (ETH) and the ERC-20 tokens.

Select your card to start the quick setup guide.

How to setup a Bitcoin hardware wallet


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You can setup your Bitcoin Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Download the client

Download the latest Electrum Satochip client.

Download the latest Electrum Satochip client available on Github: https://github.com/Toporin/electrum-satochip/releases
To allow communication between the card and the software client, we have integrated the Satochip plugin into the original Electrum client by forking it.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader and launch the Electrum Satochip client.

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For a quick start

Follow these steps
  1. Run the Electrum Satochip client and choose a name for your wallet (.dat) file. Click on Next.
  2. Select “Standard wallet” to create a simple and easy to use Bitcoin wallet.
  3. Select “Use a hardware device” to be able to safely store your Bitcoin private keys within the secure chip.
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Choose your PIN code

Secure the access of your card

Follow the Electrum wizard and insert your desired personal PIN code to secure the card (up to 16 chars).

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Your personal seed

Reuse or generate a new seed

Insert your seed or generate a brand new one.

Take care to backup the seed in a safe place.

With the PIN code, these are the only information needed to recover your wallet.

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Congratulations

It's done...

Congratulations! Take a break and chill. You have now a fully functional and highly secured Satochip Bitcoin hardware wallet.


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.

How to setup a Litecoin hardware wallet


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You can setup your Litecoin Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Download the client

Download the latest Electrum LTC Satochip client.

Download the latest Electrum LTC Satochip client available on Github: https://github.com/Toporin/electrum-satochip/releases
To allow communication between the card and the software client, we have integrated the Satochip plugin into the original Electrum LTC client by forking it.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader and launch the Electrum LTC Satochip client.

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For a quick start

Follow these steps
  1. Run the Electrum LTC Satochip client and choose a name for your wallet (.dat) file. Click on Next.
  2. Select “Standard wallet” to create a simple and easy to use Litecoin wallet.
  3. Select “Use a hardware device” to be able to safely store your Litecoin private keys within the secure chip.
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Choose your PIN code

Secure the access of your card

Follow the Electrum LTC wizard and insert your desired personal PIN code to secure the card (up to 16 chars).

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Your personal seed

Reuse or generate a new seed

Insert your seed or generate a brand new one.
Take care to backup the seed in a safe place.

With the PIN code, these are the only information needed to recover your wallet.

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Congratulations

It's done...

Congratulations! Take a break and chill. You have now a fully functional and highly secured Satochip Litecoin hardware wallet.


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.

How to setup a Bitcoin Cash hardware wallet


We would like to thank you for your purchase! We’d love to hear your feedback so feel free to send us an email or post a tweet to let us know how your experience went.


You can setup your Bitcoin Cash Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Download the client

Download the latest Electron Cash client.

Download the latest Electron Cash client available on the official website: https://electroncash.org/

Electron Cash client does support natively Satochip since version 4.0.11.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader and launch the Electron Cash client.

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For a quick start

Follow these steps
  1. Run the Electron Cash client and choose a name for your wallet (.dat) file. Click on Next.
  2. Select “Standard wallet” to create a simple and easy to use Bitcoin Cash wallet.
  3. Select “Use a hardware device” to be able to safely store your Bitcoin Cash private keys within the secure chip.
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Choose your PIN code

Secure the access of your card

Follow the Electron Cash wizard and insert your desired personal PIN code to secure the card (up to 16 chars).

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Your personal seed

Reuse or generate a new seed

Insert your seed or generate a brand new one.

Take care to backup the seed in a safe place.

With the PIN code, these are the only information needed to recover your wallet.

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Congratulations

It's done...

Congratulations! Take a break and chill. You have now a fully functional and highly secured Satochip Bitcoin Cash hardware wallet.


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.

How to setup a SLP tokens hardware wallet


We would like to thank you for your purchase! We’d love to hear your feedback so feel free to send us an email or post a tweet to let us know how your experience went.


You can setup your SLP tokens Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Download the client

Download the latest Electron Cash SLP client.

Download the latest Electron Cash SLP client available on the official website: https://simpleledger.cash/get-started/

Electron Cash SLP client does support natively Satochip.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader and launch the Electron Cash SLP client.

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For a quick start

Follow these steps
  1. Run the Electron Cash SLP client and choose a name for your wallet (.dat) file. Click on Next.
  2. Select “Standard wallet” to create a simple and easy to use SLP tokens wallet.
  3. Select “Use a hardware device” to be able to safely store your SLP tokens private keys within the secure chip.
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Choose your PIN code

Secure the access of your card

Follow the Electron Cash SLP wizard and insert your desired personal PIN code to secure the card (up to 16 chars).

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Your personal seed

Reuse or generate a new seed

Insert your seed or generate a brand new one.

Take care to backup the seed in a safe place.

With the PIN code, these are the only information needed to recover your wallet.

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Congratulations

It's done...

Congratulations! Take a break and chill. You have now a fully functional and highly secured Satochip SLP tokens hardware wallet.


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.

How to setup an Ethereum and ERC20 tokens hardware wallet


We would like to thank you for your purchase! We’d love to hear your feedback so feel free to send us an email or post a tweet to let us know how your experience went.


You can setup your Ehtereum and ERC20 tokens Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Download the client

Download the latest MyCrypto Satochip client and the Bridge

Download the latest MyCrypto Satochip client available on Github: https://github.com/Toporin/MyCrypto/releases/.
Download the latest Satochip Bridge client available on Github: https://github.com/Toporin/Satochip-Bridge/releases/. The bridge will act as an interface between your card and the client.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader and launch the Satochip Bridge which will pop as a green ginkgo leaf on your systray.

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For a quick start

Follow these steps
  1. Right click on the green ginkgo leaf on your systray.
  2. “Setup new Satochip”
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Choose your PIN code

Secure the access of your card

Follow the Satochip Bridge wizard and insert your desired personal PIN code to secure the card (up to 16 chars).

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Your personal seed

Reuse or generate a new seed

Insert your seed or generate a brand new one.

Take care to backup the seed in a safe place.

With the PIN code, these are the only information needed to recover your wallet.

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Launch the Mycrypto Satochip client

Follow these steps
  1. Under the Dashboard, click on the “Satochip” logo
  2. Select the “Ethereum” desired network
  3. Click on “Connect to Satochip Wallet” to interract with your card
  4. The Satochip Bridge will launch a connection pop-up
  5. Click on “Yes” to approve the connection to your card
  6. Now you can select which ETH address you want to use


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.


How to “Do It Yourself” a
Satochip hardware wallet


We would like to thank you for your purchase! We’d love to hear your feedback so feel free to send us an email or post a tweet to let us know how your experience went.


We will explain you how to create your own Satochip hardware wallet in just 6 easy steps.

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Grab a compatible chip card

You can get such a card on our webshop

To create your own hardware wallet (DIY), grab a compatible blank chip card: on our webshop.

Be sure to get a blank/empty card from a trusted partners.

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Tap or plug your card

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader.

Plug your hardware wallet in a card reader or tap it on an NFC reader.

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Download the needed files

Follow these steps
  1. Download the latest Satochip Applet (.cap file) on Github: https://github.com/Toporin/SatochipApplet/releases
  2. Once you have a CAP file, you have to download it on the chip card. You can use GlobalPlatformPro to do this: https://github.com/martinpaljak/GlobalPlatformPro/releases
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Load the .cap file on the chip card

Follow these steps
  1. Put the .cap file in the same folder as the GlobalPlatformPro file for convenience
  2. To list the applets loaded on a smartcard: gp.exe -l
  3. To load the Satochip applet: gp.exe -install .\yourfile.cap
  4. To delete the Satochip applet: gp.exe -uninstall .\yourfile.cap
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Download the right Satochip client

Choose the right client to support your coins

Follow one of our Quick Setup guide to download and install the right Satochip client to fit your needs.

You will have to initialize your freshly crafted Satochip hardware wallet in order to use it.

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Congratulations

It's done...

Congratulations! Take a break and chill. You have now a fully functional and highly secured Satochip DIY hardware wallet.


Satochip will probably change the way you see the hardware wallet and how you use it. With its small form factor and the easy way of use, this affordable, weather resistant and highly secured crypto card will gain mass adoption.

Find more information using these links.

Contact us


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