Crypto Wallet in TOR network

Nikita Verkhovin

Nowadays, there are numerous crypto wallets. Non-custodial wallets are regarded as a relatively secure way to store cryptocurrency. You own your private keys as well as your cryptocurrency.

However, when you send cryptocurrency through any crypto wallet, you create a transaction (a piece of hex data) that is sent to a server. What's going on on this server, where your transaction is sent, is hidden from your view. This server cannot change data in transactions, but it can track your IP address and other client-related sensitive information.

TOR can hide your IP address. The free, open-source Onion Router Tor allows anonymous communication. A free, global volunteer overlay network directs Internet traffic with over 7,000 relays. Tor prevents Internet tracking. Tor conceals users' locations and usage from network and traffic analysis. Tor exit nodes anonymize IP addresses, protecting users' privacy.


Hopefully, the TOR network is supported by at least one crypto wallet.

Crypto Wallet in TOR network

Coin Wallet is an excellent cryptocurrency wallet that is available on the TOR network. Simply go to coinspacezp5mmyuicbz2hoafbnduj4vzkttq3grn5mnwdue5t343zid.onion in your Tor Browser.

Coin Wallet in TOR

Using Coin Wallet through the TOR network is slower than using it directly because all of your requests are routed through TOR nodes. If you want to speed things up, consider using a Bridge relay.

bridge relay

If this does not work, try using a different circuit.


If you have any problems with Coin Wallet on the TOR network, please email