Whether you're looking for a way to safely store your coins, to issue paper bills that are made out to a specific bitcoin address and amount, paper is your friend. A printer and a little know-how is all it takes.
Why Create a Paper Wallet?
Exchange accounts can be hacked, mobile wallets breached, and smartphones lost, stolen or destroyed. But paper? It's impervious to all digital attack vectors. It's not foolproof – fire, water damage, or theft can still take their toll – but if you're careful where you stash your paper wallet, it's one on the safest ways to store cryptocurrency. Be it as a backup of an existing hardware, mobile or desktop wallet, or as a standalone wallet that exists solely offline, paper is perfect.