@Pega88 Pega88 released this May 13, 2018

Assets 4

Updates

  • Internationalisation: Added French and Spanish next to existing English, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian

Translations are provided by the community. The BTCP team does not take responsibility for translations. Please create an Issue for any translation issues.

We recommend that Full Node GUI Wallet and daemon users- especially those accepting incoming connections through port 7933- upgrade to the latest version to contribute to the strength of the network.

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


For Windows and Mac users, the Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the downloads.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.12-1 (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.12-1 (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet-1.1.1.jar
SHA256 = 95675bf59055635c11b4e6d5bdf07e3ce28d8822d2d66918a2ad7adf91bd24e4

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.1.1_win.7z
SHA256 = 0271e50c36dadd1b56f8f26d4001538095d95312bb902ac8cec10b77ab2233b6

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.1.1.dmg
SHA256 =

To verify, run:
openssl sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile FILENAME SHA256

(or on Mac):
shasum -a 256 FILENAME

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.


@Pega88 Pega88 released this May 10, 2018 · 42 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

Updates

  • Internationalisation: English, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian #33
  • Add support for Automatic Graphics Switching on Mac OS X #34

Translations are provided by the community. The BTCP team does not take responsibility for translations. Please create an Issue for any translation issues.

We recommend that Full Node GUI Wallet and daemon users- especially those accepting incoming connections through port 7933- upgrade to the latest version to contribute to the strength of the network.

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


For Windows and Mac users, the Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the downloads.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.12-1 (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.12-1 (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet-1.1.0.jar
SHA256 = 3b999c789f53e01f078b1243058cc1edfd20f062d091cf4f83eefc4b914be718

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.1.0_windows.7z
SHA256 = a1c67c8e132f3387bad41c47dd4bca6d9287c70e127377dc6615ed6ee9171cfc

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.1.0.dmg
SHA256 = deb773f16f7f3769453d543ba0760d84f54551b2debd4064de9e098d7a6045fe

To verify, run:
openssl sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile FILENAME SHA256

(or on Mac):
shasum -a 256 FILENAME

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.


@BlueSilver22 BlueSilver22 released this Apr 28, 2018 · 42 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

Updates

  • Improved address validation when sending BTCP.
  • Updated daemon to v1.0.12-1 in release, which adds a backup DNS seeder
  • Cleaned up terminology in UI.
  • Fixed issue with pasting addresses from electrum wallet.

We recommend that Full Node GUI Wallet and daemon users- especially those accepting incoming connections through port 7933- upgrade to the latest version to contribute to the strength of the network.

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


For Windows and Mac users, the Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the downloads.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.12-1 (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.12-1 (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.5_windows.7z
SHA256 = 9041b5c47a1db148f8373860f2ea59ada96277327772ce7446d9af0aab757708

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.5_mac.dmg
SHA256 = 9705963d2fa4e792e201ae65958de5742cf9a3e6ab029d7172ac472f4b980ac0

To verify, run:
openssl sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile FILENAME SHA256

(or on Mac):
shasum -a 256 FILENAME

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.


@donshin donshin released this Apr 19, 2018 · 49 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

Updates

  • Improved address validation when sending BTCP.
  • Updated daemon to v1.0.12-8e6c23c in release, which implements Protocol Version 180004.

We recommend that Full Node GUI Wallet and daemon users- especially those accepting incoming connections through port 7933- upgrade to the latest version to contribute to the strength of the network.

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


For Windows and Mac users, the Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the downloads.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.12-8e6c23c (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.12-8e6c23c (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.4_windows.7z
SHA256 = ba848d618e6863f51b6a3a4146a7f07dad80b76e30857915fd0b6b4befbcf6ed

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.4_mac.dmg
SHA256 = b8b365d6ddd6d08ed2e29cc1b4a4a50c587aa2e8040ae11a758fa1a89430783d

To verify, run:
openssl sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile FILENAME SHA256

(or on Mac):
shasum -a 256 FILENAME

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.


@BlueSilver22 BlueSilver22 released this Apr 11, 2018 · 62 commits to master since this release

Assets 5

Updates

  • SegWit sweeping enabled
  • z_shieldcoinbase added to functionality (see below for instructions).
  • Updated daemon to v1.0.11-5d06772 in release

z_shieldcoinbase

  • go to addresses tab > generate z address > right click and press z_shieldcoinbase to initiate
  • You may receive an error, however, it should go through in a few minutes.

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

On first start-up, the Windows wallet may encounter an error. Restart and it will run fine.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


The Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the zips.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.11-5d06772 (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.11-5d06772 (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.3_windows.7z
SHA256 = 1a914a8d422ca21b23d06143d7196f702ca7791e83e33de061e5d2d61dfe818d

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.3.dmg
SHA256 = e6f33f15db5a2b3817b513c65a056b751cc2b30133f058aaa04d456f92f37172

To verify, run:
openssl sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile FILENAME SHA256

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.


@ch4ot1c ch4ot1c released this Mar 9, 2018 · 1 commit to release/1.0.2 since this release

Assets 5

About

  • Import & Sweep UX Improved
  • Connection details UX improved
  • RPC timeouts more appropriate
  • Mac .dmg installer
  • Gradle build system added
  • Fixed a issue with exporting private keys for Z-addresses. Always write down your keys asap.
  • Updated daemon to v1.0.10-1-9ee1d690 in release

If you want to sync faster, you can download a significant portion of the blockchain here. Unzip and place folders in the same location as your wallet.dat file (see below).

Click here to read about how to claim your BTCP with this wallet

Windows, Mac (Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

You will need the latest version of Java.

On first start-up, the Windows wallet may encounter an error. Restart and it will run fine.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Bitcoin Private first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet.jar file into /home/USERNAME/bitcoinprivate/src/

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!

Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\BTCPrivate\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/BTCPrivate/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.btcprivate/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!


The Bitcoin Private Daemon (btcpd) and RPC Client (btcp-cli) are included in the zips.

Bitcoin Private Daemon version v1.0.10-1-9ee1d690 (btcpd --version)
Bitcoin Private RPC client version v1.0.10-1-9ee1d690 (btcp-cli --version)

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.2_windows.7z
SHA256 = ebb05ce0537476f75dfc97e7a8b4400fa5d9a82e672759337757759b4e1740eb

BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.2_mac.zip
SHA256 = 27ecaa966ca399db15ac4f36832170845362ba4bbf890deea52dc3a5bf781c81

To verify, run:
openssl sha -sha256 FILENAME

(or on Windows):
certutil -hashfile BitcoinPrivateDesktopWallet_1.0.2_windows.7z SHA256

Base CLI wallet (Bitcoin Private btcp-cli, btcpd) built from source - https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoinprivate

Having issues? open clean_blockchain which will erase the blockchain. Reopen the jar file and it should begin to resync.