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This is the lite version of Qwertycoin GUI. It works via remote daemon and doesn't store blockchain on your PC. The remote nodes are rewarded for their service. Qwertycoin wallets, connected to masternode, are paying small additional fee (0.25% from the amount of transaction) to that node when are sending transactions through it. These fees are supposed to help to cover the costs of operating Qwertycoin nodes.

You can select remote node in Settings or add custom one. Go to menu Settings -> Preferences -> Connection tab to select Remote daemon.

Portable on Windows - stores wallet files, logs, config file in the same folder with executable, stores data in the default folder on Linux and Mac (~/.Qwertycoin and ~/Library/Application Support/Qwertycoin respectively).

Comes with config containing the list of remote nodes.

It can import wallet files from classic Qwertycoin wallet but it will take several minutes to refresh, and new wallet file will be incompatible with classic wallet.

Table of contents

  1. Project Specs
  2. How to Compile Qwertycoin
    1. Qwertycoin for Linux
    2. Qwertycoin for Windows
    3. Qwertycoin for macOS
  4. Useful Links
  5. Donate & Thanks
  6. Copyright / License


We offer binary images of the latest releases here:

If you would like to compile yourself, read on.

Coin Specs

Ticker SymbolQWC
TypeProof of Work (PoW)
Block Time120 Seconds
Premine0.0 %
Decimals8 Digits
Block RewardDecrease by each block
Max Coin Supply 184,467,440,737 QWC
P2P | RPC Port8196 | 8197

More information at

How To Compile


  • You will need the following packages: build-essential, cmake (3.10 or higher) and git;
  • Most of these should already be installed on your system. For example on Ubuntu by running:
sudo apt-get install build-essential python-dev gcc g++ git cmake libboost-all-dev qtbase5-dev
  • After installing dependencies run simple script:
git clone --recurse-submodules
cd ./qwertycoin-zero
mkdir ./build
cd ./build
cmake --build . --config Release
  • If all went well, it will complete successfully, and you will find all your binaries in the ./build/src/Release directory.

Windows 10

  • Install Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition;
  • When installing Visual Studio, it is required that you install Desktop development with C++ and the VC++ v140 toolchain when selecting features. The option to install the v140 toolchain can be found by expanding the "Desktop development with C++" node on the right. You will need this for the project to build correctly;
  • Make sure that bundled cmake version is 3.10 or higher.
  • From the start menu, open "x64 Native Tools Command Prompt for vs2017";
  • And the run the following commands:
git clone --recurse-submodules
cd qwertycoin-zero
md build
cd build
cmake -G "Visual Studio 15 2017 Win64" -DBUILD_ALL:BOOL=TRUE ..
cmake --build . --config Release
  • If all went well, it will complete successfully, and you will find all your binaries in the .\build\src\Release directory;
  • Additionally, a .sln file will have been created in the build directory. If you wish to open the project in Visual Studio with this, you can.

Apple macOS

  • Install Xcode and Developer Tools;
  • Install cmake. See here if you are unable to call cmake from the terminal after installing;
  • Install git.
  • After installing dependencies run simple script:
git clone --recurse-submodules
cd ./qwertycoin-zero
mkdir ./build
cd ./build
cmake --build . --config Release
  • If all went well, it will complete successfully, and you will find all your binaries in the ./build/src/Release directory.


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Operating System Download
Windows 32
Windows 64
macOS 10.8 & Later
Linux 64
Linux ARM 64
Other platforms

Useful Links

Bitcointalk ANN
Pool Explorer
Node Map
Web Wallet
Masternode Setup


Cryptonote Developers, Bytecoin Developers, Monero Developers, Karbo Developers, Qwertycoin Community

Copypasta for license when editing files

Hi Qwertycoin contributor, thanks for forking and sending back Pull Requests. Extensive docs about contributing are in the works or elsewhere. For now this is the bit we need to get into all the files we touch. Please add it to the top of the files, see lib/CryptoNoteConfig.h for an example.

// Copyright (c) 2012-2017, The CryptoNote developers, The Bytecoin developers
// Copyright (c) 2016-2018, The Karbowanec developers
// Copyright (c) 2018-2019, The Qwertycoin Developers
// Please see the included LICENSE file for more information.
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