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Note: Though we aim to only include legitimate links here, the Grin Developers/Council do not endorse any of the sites listed below, nor do we vouch for their accuracy, security or appropriateness. Use these services at your own risk.
- A1 Exchange (Grin Analysis)
- Bgogo (Announcement)
- Bisq, decentralized, p2p exchange
- BitMesh (Announcement)
- GrinPay Trade Grin on Stellar DEX
- GrinSwap First grin atomic swap exchange. Under development by @jaspervdm
- Kaiserex Trade GRIN for EUR, USD, GBP, JPY, PLN and BTC, centralized exchange in EU, Vilnius, Lithuania with working withdrawals.
- qTrade US based exchange. BTC base pair.
- Grin Explorer GitHub
- GrinScan maintained by @jaspervdm (floonet)
- TMGOX grin, mimblewimble and cypherpunk merch, all profits donated to the Grin Development Fund. Maintained by @0xb100d
- bminer Added Grin support in 12.0.1. Use latest version.
- GrinGoldMiner (Windows & Linux)
- GrinPro Miner (Windows & Linux)
- grin-miner (Linux only)
- BTC.com(1.5% Fee PPS)
- F2Pool (Announcement)
- GrinMint by BlockCypher
- Grin-Pool by @hendi
- mwgrinpool, open-sourced at grin-pool/grin-pool by @bladedoyle
grin walletis how you access grin's built-in wallet. It is a command line wallet.
- Grinbox A transaction building service for Grin (for "offline" txs), currently under development.
- Wallet 713 is a command line wallet that integrates with Grinbox and Keybase for easily sending transactions if you can't or don't want to expose your IP-address publicly.
- Grin Web Wallet A Grin wallet with a GUI.
- Ironbelly iOS/Android wallet for Grin. Development is on-going...
- smirk is a user-friendly Grin client, built using Electron
- there are more wallets being worked on, including native mobile apps. To check on the status, feel free to ask at the design chat