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@molnard molnard released this Apr 24, 2020 · 1025 commits to master since this release

Summary

This silent release contains critical fixes for some Wasabi users, please check below if you are involved and update if required. Note that if you used Wasabi between 2020-04-23 10:52 UTC - 2020-04-24 9:00 UTC then first time you start the software it'll crash and delete the filters. Next time it'll download the filters again and reindex your whole wallet at wallet loading, which may take a while.

  • Critical filter fix: users who ran Wasabi in the period of 2020-04-23 10:52 UTC - 2020-04-24 9:00 UTC received incomplete filters. If the user sent a transaction by utilizing the Max button he will have problems in the coin list and in the transaction history as the software did not recognize the block was needed. This update detects the problem and re-download the correct filters. More on this read WVE-004.
  • GUI fixes: missing scrollbars and black rectangles fixed, oversized Wasabi window, tooltip issues are fixed.
  • Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS: fix crash on startup in two-monitor setup.
  • RPC server: enqueue method can handle password, fixed the crash when running more wasabi instances when the RPC server option enabled.
  • Trezor T 2.3 and Trezor One 1.9: fixed compatibility with Wasabi.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

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@molnard molnard released this Apr 5, 2020 · 1195 commits to master since this release

Summary

This major release is the culmination of several efforts that have been a work in progress for a long time.

  • Multi-wallet support: basic implementation of multi-wallet support, meaning that several wallets can be loaded within one Wasabi instance.
  • Fast wallet load time: due to enormous improvements in the synchronization, a wallet now loads 70 x faster than before, which makes opening multiple wallets seamless.
  • CoinJoin into another wallet (daemon only): one major innovation is the ability to directly CoinJoin into another wallet, for example from your hot wallet to your hardware wallet, but this work in progress prototype is only in the daemon for now.
  • Custom change address: a small but powerful privacy improvement is the ability to set a custom change address for a transaction.
  • Better design: the GUI now also has tailor-made icons to make Wasabi look even more pretty and intuitive.
  • New Terms and conditions: the terms and conditions have been simplified and streamlined, in a way that they can be updated in the future.
  • Bitcoin Knots: on the work in progress to get full verification in Wasabi, it now ships with in-built Bitcoin Knots, instead of Bitcoin Core.
  • RPC interface: after over one year of development, the RPC server interface for developers and power users is now shipped in this release too.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

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@molnard molnard released this Mar 3, 2020 · 1514 commits to backport since this release

Summary

This release adds macOS notarization into our packing procedure. As a result, Gatekeeper will allow running Wasabi by default and significantly reducing the false Antivirus detections. An update of Avalonia to fix issues for NixOS and Lubuntu users were also added. Further, the config file is now more stable, and Tor is updated to 0.4.2.5.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

  • Sign and notarize on macOS #3041
  • Fix crash on NixOS and Lubuntu #3065
  • Fixed crash on corrupted config file #3034
  • Tor update #2981
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@molnard molnard released this Dec 28, 2019 · 1514 commits to backport since this release

Summary

This release upgrades Bitcoin Core from v0.18.1 => v0.19.0.1. If you use Wasabi with Full Node Integration you should consider upgrading as this will improve the performance and the stability.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

  • Upgrade to Bitcoin Core 19 + Small Improvements #2899
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@molnard molnard released this Dec 21, 2019 · 2681 commits to master since this release

Summary

This hotfix contains fixes for issues those only encountered by a minority of users however this is critical for them. For example, Wasabi crashed on Arch Linux and NixOS. See more at release notes.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

  • Arch Linux and NixOS segfault fix #2836 #2856
  • Daemon quit hangs fix #2857
  • Look for consecutive unused addresses (gap limit) #2859
  • ColdCard fingerprint import fix #2873
  • Proper recovery of config file #2879
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@molnard molnard released this Dec 14, 2019 · 2725 commits to master since this release

Summary

  • Important note: This release will reindex your wallet, as we changed the format of our client-side filters, so first wallet load will take longer than usual.

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The focus of this release is to finally fix the "spent" issue, by totally refactoring the processing of blocks, transactions and coins, including an upgraded version of the BIP 158 block filters implementation and CoinJoin transaction propagation improvements. This also helps to speed up wallet loading time substantially. The graphical user interface engine Avalonia has been upgraded to version 9, overall increasing UI speed, enabling custom notifications for many events, as well as implementing a native menu on Mac. Also, the DotNet Core engine has been upgraded to v3.1, bringing more tools for the developers, this is an important foundation for future work and progress.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

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@molnard molnard released this Dec 4, 2019 · 2862 commits to master since this release

Summary

  • This is a release candidate. Use only for testing purposes!

  • Important note: This release will reindex your wallet, as we changed the format of our client-side filters, so first wallet load will take longer than usual.

  • Earn sats by testing? Yes check out our new contribution game: #2631

  • For technical reasons, v1.1.10rc1 is v1.1.9.3.

The focus of this release is to finally fix the "spent" issue, by totally refactoring the processing of blocks, transactions and coins, including an upgraded version of the BIP 158 block filters and CoinJoin transaction propagation improvements. This also helps to speed up wallet loading time substantially. The graphical user interface engine Avalonia has been upgraded to version 9, overall increasing UI speed, enabling custom notifications for many events, as well as implementing a native menu on Mac. Also the DotNet Core engine has been upgraded to v3, bringing more tools for the developers, this is an important foundation for future work and progress.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >macOS 10.13.

Release Notes

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@molnard molnard released this Oct 10, 2019 · 3187 commits to backport since this release

Summary

This release fixes the crash on the newest version of macOS - Catalina.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Can I use my own Tor instance, instead of Wasabi's built-in one? If you already have Tor, and it is running, then Wasabi will try to use that first. If it is not running, then Wasabi will use its built-in Tor.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >Osx.10.12.

Release Notes

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@molnard molnard released this Sep 25, 2019 · 3187 commits to backport since this release

Summary

This is our first "silent" release. Silent releases don't disturbe users who already have the newest major software like 1.1.9, but users who visit the website will found this version (1.1.9.1). "Silent" releases will contain fixes for only a minor group of users and will be more frequent than a normal release. For example there is UI bug which causes freeze in some rare cases but only on Arch linux - so we fix it and create a silent release then users who have the issue can download it.

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Can I use my own Tor instance, instead of Wasabi's built-in one? If you already have Tor, and it is running, then Wasabi will try to use that first. If it is not running, then Wasabi will use its built-in Tor.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >Osx.10.12.

Release Notes

  • Add functionality of silent updates #2282
  • Remove OSX deadlock when new version available #2285
  • Increase enumeration timeout in HWI #2313
  • Fix Coin selection infinite loop in some rare cases #2334, #2338
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@molnard molnard released this Sep 13, 2019 · 4399 commits to master since this release

Summary

Another blocking issue reported which prevented new Wasabi users to load their freshly generated wallet. It is fixed in this release.

Important! New PGP: #2143

Newbie Guide

While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even a Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks. Consider taking a look at the Installation Instructions guide.

Advanced Guide

If you want to build Wasabi from source code or update the source code check out these instructions.

From version 1.1.3 Wasabi also introduces reproducible builds: Deterministic Build Guide

FAQ

  • Can I use my own Tor instance, instead of Wasabi's built-in one? If you already have Tor, and it is running, then Wasabi will try to use that first. If it is not running, then Wasabi will use its built-in Tor.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win7, >Osx.10.12.

Release Notes

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