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1234: build(deps): bump bdk from 0.24.0 to 0.25.0 r=delta1 a=dependabot[bot]

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<h2>Release 0.25.0</h2>
<p>This release fixes slow sync time and big script_pubkeys table with SQLite, the wallet rescan height for the FullyNodedExport and setting the network for keys in the KeyMap when using descriptor templates. Also added are new blockchain and mnemonic examples.</p>
<li>Slow sync time and big script_pubkeys table with SQLite.</li>
<li>Wallet rescan height for the FullyNodedExport.</li>
<li>Setting the network for keys in the KeyMap when using descriptor templates.</li>
<li>Examples for connecting to Esplora, Electrum Server, Neutrino and Bitcoin Core.</li>
<li>Example for using a mnemonic in a descriptors.</li>
<h2>What's Changed</h2>
<li>Fix wallet export rescan height by <a href=""><code>`@​LLFourn</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#785</a></li>
<li>Add code example for each supported backend by <a href=""><code>`@​w0xlt</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#526</a></li>
<li>fix: ensure the key network is updated in the KeyMap as well by <a href=""><code>`@​afilini</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#800</a></li>
<li>Add mnemonic_to_descriptors example by <a href=""><code>`@​vladimirfomene</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#746</a></li>
<li>Bump version to 0.25.0 by <a href=""><code>`@​notmandatory</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#803</a></li>
<li>Ensure there are no duplicated script_pubkeys in sqlite by <a href=""><code>`@​afilini</code></a>` in <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#806</a></li>
<p><strong>Full Changelog</strong>: <a href=""></a></p>
<li><a href=""><code>d288cbb</code></a> Bump version to 0.25.0</li>
<li><a href=""><code>005447c</code></a> Downgrade ubuntu to 20.04 for test_hardware_wallet CI job</li>
<li><a href=""><code>5168d41</code></a> Bump version to 0.25.0-rc.1</li>
<li><a href=""><code>4c5ceaf</code></a> Merge <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#806</a>: Ensure there are no duplicated script_pubkeys in...</li>
<li><a href=""><code>b5fcddc</code></a> Add sqlite migration to drop duplicated script_pubkeys rows</li>
<li><a href=""><code>d570ff2</code></a> Merge <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#803</a>: Bump version to 0.25.0</li>
<li><a href=""><code>21c96c9</code></a> Add test for issue <a href="">#801</a></li>
<li><a href=""><code>c51d544</code></a> [wip] Ensure there are no duplicated script_pubkeys in sqlite</li>
<li><a href=""><code>5e56c3b</code></a> Bump version to 0.25.0</li>
<li><a href=""><code>235961a</code></a> Merge <a href="">bitcoindevkit/bdk#746</a>: Add mnemonic_to_descriptors example</li>
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XMR to BTC Atomic Swap

This repository hosts an MVP for atomically swapping BTC to XMR. It implements the protocol described in section 3 of this paper.

More information about the protocol in this presentation and this blog post.

Currently, swaps are only offered in one direction with the swap CLI on the buying side (send BTC, receive XMR). We are working on implementing a protocol where XMR moves first, but are currently blocked by advances on Monero itself. You can read this blogpost for more information.

Quick Start

  1. Download the latest swap binary release for your operating system.
  2. Find a seller to swap with:
./swap --testnet list-sellers
  1. Swap with a seller:
./swap --testnet buy-xmr --receive-address <YOUR MONERO ADDRESS> --change-address <YOUR BITCOIN CHANGE ADDRESS> --seller <SELLER MULTIADDRESS>

For more detailed documentation on the CLI, see this README.

Becoming a Market Maker

Swapping of course needs two parties - and the CLI is only one of them: The taker that occasionally starts a swap with a market maker.

If you are interested in becoming a market maker you will want to run the second binary provided in this repository: asb - the Automated Swap Backend. Detailed documentation for the asb can be found in this README.


This software is using cryptography that has not been formally audited. While we do our best to make it safe, it is up to the user to evaluate whether or not it is safe to use for their purposes. Please also see section 15 and 16 of the license.

Keep in mind that swaps are complex protocols, it is recommended to not do anything fancy when moving coins in and out. It is not recommended to bump fees when swapping because it can have unpredictable side effects.


We are encourage community contributions whether it be a bug fix or an improvement to the documentation. Please have a look at the contribution guidelines.

Rust Version Support

Please note that only the latest stable Rust toolchain is supported. All stable toolchains since 1.62 should work.


Feel free to reach out to us in the COMIT-Monero Matrix channel.