- Various Improvements to PSBT parsing (no longer requires previous transaction)
- Added ability to decode and analyze PSBT
- Added new Script Pub Key crafter
- Fixed bug when closing app
Running PSBT Toolkit
To run PSBT Toolkit you will need Java installed, checkout the beginning instructions about building from source for help.
If you want to run the standalone binaries, after verifying PGP signatures, you can run it with
./psbt-toolkit to start the app. If you are on Windows it will instead need to run
psbt-toolkit.exe or if just want to execute the jar you can generally just double click it, or use
java -jar psbt-toolkit.jar.
This release is signed with benthecarman's signing key with fingerprint
To do the verification, first hash the executable using
You should check that the result is listed in the
SHA256SUMS.asc file next to it's file name.
After doing that you can use
gpg --verify to authenticate the signature.
$ sha256sum psbt-toolkit 87e0c0274b9a32703b5adfdc48e7d46641c6de13d9b43baec2886f34fcb010b1 psbt-toolkit $ gpg --verify SHA256SUMS.asc gpg: Signature made Wed 02 Dec 2020 07:25:37 PM CST gpg: using RSA key 0AD83877C1F0CD1EE9BD660AD7CC770B81FD22A8 gpg: Good signature from "Ben Carman <email@example.com>"