Every Bitcoin and Ethereum private key is on this website

Yes, your private key is on this website too, but don't worry, nobody will ever find it.

If you want to try searching for your wallet, click one of the buttons below.

How does this work?

In essence, a private key is essentially a number between 1 and 2256. For each of those numbers, keys are generated on this website in pages of 128 keys.
Since it would require an impossibly large amount of disk space, this website doesn't truly include a database of every private key. Instead, when a page is opened, procedurally generated keys are created on the spot. The keys that should be on that page are determined using the page number.
It is challenging, but not impossible, to locate an active wallet. You might discover someone else's good fortune each time you open a random page.

If you're curious which page your wallet is on, you could do a search for it. That will show you exactly which page your wallet is on.

Automatic balance checking

Each wallet's balance is automatically checked. Wallets that have money in them are green. Wallets that were previously used but are currently empty will become yellow. Red is the color of unused wallets.