Note these addresses are derived from the BIP32 Extended Key
Read more at the official BIP39 spec
Read more at the official BIP32 spec
See the demo at bip32.org
Read more at the official BIP44 spec
Read more at the official BIP49 spec
Entropy values should not include the BIP39 checksum. This is automatically added by the tool.
Entropy values must be sourced from a strong source of randomness. This means flipping a fair coin, rolling a fair dice, noise measurements etc. Do NOT use phrases from books, lyrics from songs, your birthday or street address, keyboard mashing, or anything you think is random, because chances are overwhelming it isn't random enough for the needs of this tool.
Do not store entropy.
Storing entropy (such as keeping a deck of cards in a specific shuffled order) is unreliable compared to storing a mnemonic. Instead of storing entropy, store the mnemonic generated from the entropy. Steganography may be beneficial when storing the mnemonic.
The random mnemonic generator on this page uses a cryptographically secure random number generator. The built in random generator can generally be trusted more than your own intuition about randomness. If cryptographic randomness isn't available in your browser, this page will show a warning and the generate button will not work. In that case you might choose to use your own source of entropy.
You can use this tool without having to be online.
In your browser, select file save-as, and save this page as a file.
Double-click that file to open it in a browser on any offline computer.
Alternatively, download the file from the repository - https://github.com/Coinomi/bip39-coinomi/releases