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I'm looking to give eth to friends and family for christmas this year. But I wanted to upload my own background image if possible to an Ethereum paper wallet generator. Is there such a thing? I don't want to have to edit the paper wallet source code just to do this if I don't have to.

Also, I can also send erc20 tokens to any ethereum paper wallet address right?

  • I think it is better if you ask one question at a time. – Thorkil Værge May 1 '18 at 23:17
  • The answer to your 2nd question is yes. – Thorkil Værge May 1 '18 at 23:18
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Here's a customizable one I made:

Memory Paper Wallet

source: https://github.com/xcubicle/memorypaperwallet

site: https://xcubicle.github.io/memorypaperwallet/

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Here are a list of wallets that support ERC-20 tokens:

  • MyEtherWallet (no download needed)
  • MetaMask (Firefox and Chrome browser addon) Recommended
  • Mist (Desktop)
  • Parity (Desktop)
  • imToken (iPhone)
  • imToken (Android)
  • Trust(iPhone)
  • Trust(Android)
  • Cipher(iPhone)
  • Cipher(Android)

MyEtherWallet(MEW) is probably the easiest to create a paper wallet and edit with.

You can add an image by saving the source code of the HTML that is generated from the wallet, and inserting an <img/> tag with the source of your image. Alternatively, you could save as a PDF and use a PDF editing tool to edit the layout.

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