uclipboard.com lets you move information between computers, smartphones and people by using a custom link.

The 3 Step Process

Step 1

Option 1: Think of a unique URL that starts with uclipboard.com/ and type it in your browser address bar.

Option 2: Use this field to create a custom clip address (use a non-obvious URL):
Option 3: You can also use this randomly generated clip address:

Step 2

In your new clip URL window, type or paste in what you want in the text area and create the clip.

Step 3

On any web browser enter in the same clip URL to retrieve the information.

Use Cases

uclipboard.com is great for cases where you need to move data.

Share payment addresses and/or transaction values and self-destruct after viewing.

Move text data between devices when e-mail, messaging or shared drives is not practical.

Move a log file or other text off of a computer or other device you don't trust

Move some clipboard info between two separate computers or people globally.

Share some links between your smartphone and your desktop or vice-versa.

Have a back and forth chat between another user on the same clip address.

The use cases are limitless!


After you have created a clip, your text will only be available to be viewed once.

When your clip address is opened and the page viewed, the contents will self-destruct permanently.

Anyone visiting the same URL at a later time will not be able to see the data.


All clips you create on this site are encrypted using an Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).

Your URL is encrypted using an MD5 hash function and used as your password to unencrypt your clip.

Each clip can only be unencrypted once after which it self-destructs (unless created again).

Other services leave your contents in plain text on their database and track you, we don't.

We take your privacy seriously and use end to end encryption to make sure your data is safe.

Additional Features

If you install a Web3 Wallet like Metamask on your browser, and hold some UCASH, you can access additional functionality