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@theaudaxproject theaudaxproject released this May 22, 2020

Release Features

  • HD Addressing: This wallet update includes an Hierarchical deterministic (HD) addressing feature. This feature provides an improved method of generating key pairs that use a specific master seed, which generates new key pairs in a manner that is deterministic. This means that a wallet can easily be recovered with this seed, and the same key pairs can be re-created using the original master seed.

  • Mnemonic seed words: This goes along with HD addressing and makes it more user friendly by allowing the user to create their master seed using a randomly generated set of 24 seed words. By writing down these words when you set up your wallet and keeping it secure and offline, it will be a permanent, secure backup and could be used at any time in the future to recover your wallet.

IMPORTANT NOTE: HD addressing and seed words are currently designed only for use with NEW wallets ONLY. It does NOT include support for upgrading existing wallets to become HD wallets.
If you wish to convert your wallet to use HD addressing, you will need to first create a new wallet, and then send your AUDAX to the new wallet. If you are running masternodes, this would require you to re-create your masternodes using new HD generated addresses. In the future we may be able to add support for upgrading existing wallets to HD, but even in that case, any addresses generated prior to the upgrade that have balances would not be recoverable using your seed words. To use HD wallets, it is recommended to send your balance to a newly created HD wallet.

Bug Fixes and Other Changes

  • Increased default datacarriersize (maximum size allowed for data) to 300KB, to provide support for future data-related project initiatives
  • Added new coin selection algorithm to fix "transaction too large" error that would sometimes happen in wallets with a lot of small UTXOs, such as staking and masternode rewards that have not been combined. The new algorithm detects when this would happen and if possible, chooses a smaller number of larger UTXOs to keep the transaction size under the limit.
  • Fixed bug in walletframe.cpp that sometimes caused crashes using Qt 5.10.
  • Updated depends paths for OSX building.
  • Updated checkpoints
  • Added test scripts for budget code.
  • Refactoring changes to improve code organization and coding standards.

Credits

Mike
Kolby
Julian
Wang
Cryptotron

Binaries (SHA256)

64514b4321379aa55df82f5e1733b8b8856ca41ee08328bd53182eeb828bbca0 : audax-1.0.1-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz
41fbc3652cfb069feb668d1c57c9f5c5991c598dd784a98e56963b242e36f229 : audax-1.0.1-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
c1c7d8920ef8bc80f4b65d4e4ff683a67596dd4f30824de6b7a3485b511576a5 : audax-1.0.1-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz

f0b451458ec2e1f9dc655015fef40762749a6f9773831caf2480767e626ae4c1 : audax-1.0.1-win32.zip
9f8ad5229232f61fcf2d0fd1aa46120bfccfb4a49a0dd3e3911806da690d865e : audax-1.0.1-win32-setup-unsigned.exe
50b35713420f96f0494c43bdd77ea6a608b2eb6e2b2d0824263bef4968df9704 : audax-1.0.1-win64.zip
8e15f516b80e337b6486132c49897f9679bced393083b6619c70a970cd9b6783 : audax-1.0.1-win64-setup-unsigned.exe

c653a8e679387e5573d0dfe378559de55efec9cc1c34e62128d058094145e74b : audax-1.0.1-osx-unsigned.dmg
48690123e9c692e824512227d396021fceb3902b748126e8c33359464a343d1a: audax-1.0.1-osx64.tar.gz

F95F0C10E9D8895B9AD3E1B56C2671D10221BDD7054CCC652B4B6A94618788BE: bootstrap.zip

Audax Bootstrap (Compressed Snapshot, bootstrap.zip. Block Height: 1032572)

We very strongly recommend syncing your local wallet directly form the Audax network. From time to time, however, there might be some problems that occur that makes this process not work. For this sort of purpose, we have made a snapshot of the important folders in the blockchain at a certain point in time, available.

Please note that syncing using a snapshot, though faster, is certainly not as secure as syncing directly from the network. The Audax development team has taken every effort to ensure that the snapshot is accurate, but do note that it is provided as is, and using it is done entirely at your own risk.

Note:

DO NOT EVER USE A SNAPSHOT PROVIDED FROM UNOFFICIAL AUDAX SOURCES. THE OFFICIAL AUDAX GITHUB REPOSITORY IS THE ONLY PLACE FROM WHERE YOU SHOULD DOWNLOAD AND USE A SNAPSHOT.

Syncing the blockchain with the Audax Snapshot:
If your wallet/masternode has never been run before, start your wallet/masternode to have it create the initial Audax data directory. If you have an existing wallet you can skip this step.

  1. Shut down the wallet/masternode.
  2. Backup your wallet.dat file
  3. Delete the following folders: blocks, chainstate and sporks.
  4. Download and uncompress the same folders from the downloaded bootstrap.zip archive into the Audax data directory.
  5. Start your wallet/masternode.

Your wallet/masternode should load the snapshot database and continue syncing the blockchain from that point forward.

Assets 12

@theaudaxproject theaudaxproject released this Jun 23, 2019

AUDAX Wallets initial release

Binaries (SHA256)

53921FC1C7D1B2B6D7B04E94074CC8BEF36F4DFC5AA2AD37631B6567ECDD6615 : audax-1.0.0-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
30B52BBEEFE558944D97202868027FFB83FFB0A1CEF5E4BD8079B7932EF6E734 : audax-1.0.0-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz
F358DC0539D1E9B7666805C11957C386CAB82B2985D7EEFF0CE8473A20B476FB : audax-1.0.0-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz

8CC496EE9FACA0970BEFB2F1827FFAFA032F8BACCED91B6CB6B713BAF2AABC7C : audax-1.0.0-win32.zip
1D14B87C40193351795525BBAC147EA7F72B63938AF80CF0A1FFEC2164B77C04 : audax-1.0.0-win64.zip
98D0DBB9E66E6B141580CABE871CC4054CC4ECFEF79C647800FF60BE4994416D : audax-1.0.0-win-unsigned.tar.gz

F52AC42FE5646BD0EA18E93B8BAA23E78639DE9B43941A165B5480C60BC0F3F8 : audax-1.0.0-osx.dmg

658FFA63E05EDB35686F24CAAD4092F492268553943B277B64D91820CD71530A : bootstrap.zip

Audax Bootstrap (Compressed Snapshot, bootstrap.zip. Block Height: 336525)

We very strongly recommend syncing your local wallet directly form the Audax network. From time to time, however, there might be some problems that occur that makes this process not work. For this sort of purpose, we have made a snapshot of the important folders in the blockchain at a certain point in time, available.

Please note that syncing using a snapshot, though faster, is certainly not as secure as sycncing directly from the network. The Audax development team has taken every effort to ensure that the snapshot is accurate, but do note that it is provided as is, and using it is done entirely at your own risk.

Note:

DO NOT EVER USE A SNAPSHOT PROVIDED FROM UNOFFICIAL AUDAX SOURCES. THE OFFICIAL AUDAX GITHUB REPOSITORY IS THE ONLY PLACE FROM WHERE YOU SHOULD DOWNLOAD AND USE A SNAPSHOT.

Syncing the blockchain with the Audax Snapshot:
If your wallet/masternode has never been run before, start your wallet/masternode to have it create the initial Audax data directory. If you have an existing wallet you can skip this step.

  1. Shut down the wallet/masternode.
  2. Backup your wallet.dat file
  3. Delete the following folders: blocks, chainstate and sporks.
  4. Download and uncompress the same folders from the downloaded bootstrap.zip archive into the Audax data directory.
  5. Start your wallet/masternode.

Your wallet/masternode should load the snapshot database and continue syncing the blockchain from that point forward.

Assets 10