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Wasabi is an easy to use, privacy-focused, open-source, non-custodial, Bitcoin wallet

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🪟 Windows
🍏 Apple M1
🍎 Apple Intel
🐧 Ubuntu / Debian
🐧 Other Linux

Release Highlights

🧅 Tor improvements for bigger and faster coinjoins
💾 Ledger Nano S Plus support
🦥 Auto-download of software updates

Release Summary

With this minor release we hope to solve the ongoing problem of coinjoin failures during the Tor denial of service attack, coinjoins should now be happening more frequently and with more users. Wasabi can now optionally download the new software package in the background and will ask you to install it. The Ledger Nano S Plus hardware wallet is now supported. Of course included are the usual numerous bug fixes and stability improvements.


Installation Guide

Download the operating system relevant software package and install Wasabi like you would any other software on your computer. For a detailed installation guide, including signature verification, see the documentation.

Advanced Guide

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

Wasabi uses reproducible builds, which you can verify with this guide.

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

Documentation

🕸️ Website
🧅 Tor onion site
FAQ

Requirements

  • Windows 10+
  • macOs 10.15+
  • Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+
  • Fedora 33+
  • Debian 10+

What's Changed

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Full Changelog: v2.0.1.3...v2.0.1.4

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Wasabi is an easy to use, privacy-focused, open-source, non-custodial, Bitcoin wallet

Download

🪟 Windows
🍏 Apple M1
🍎 Apple Intel
🐧 Ubuntu / Debian
🐧 Other Linux

Summary

This minor release includes dependency updates of Avalonia and HWI, reduces the number of coins a coinjoin wallet will generate, as well as numerous bug fixes and stability improvements.

Highlights

🪙 Less utxos created in coinjoins make it cheaper.
💻 Hardware wallet bug fixes and UI improvements.
⬆️ UI crash and minor bug fixes
📜 Improvements to the scroll bar and table sorting.
🧑‍🦱 Show the recipient on the transaction preview screen.


Installation Guide

Download the operating system relevant software package and install Wasabi like you would any other software on your computer. For a detailed installation guide, including signature verification, see the documentation.

Advanced Guide

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

Wasabi uses reproducible builds, which you can verify with this guide.

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

Documentation

🕸️ Website
🧅 Tor onion site
FAQ

Requirements

  • Windows 10+
  • macOs 10.15+
  • Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+
  • Fedora 33+
  • Debian 10+

What's Changed

Full Changelog: v2.0.1.2...v2.0.1.3

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Summary

PRIVACY IS YOUR ABILITY TO SELECTIVELY REVEAL YOURSELF TO THE WORLD

This release includes a couple of stabilization improvements mostly around network communication, but also adds new features.

  • Fixing the problem when Tor gets stuck with TtlExpired error.
  • Adds RedCoinIsolation feature.
  • Minor improvement in CoinJoin coin selector algorithm.
  • Crash fixes.

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 How To Use 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

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.15.

What's Changed

Full Changelog: v2.0.1.1...v2.0.1.2

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PRIVACY IS YOUR ABILITY TO SELECTIVELY REVEAL YOURSELF TO THE WORLD

The most important change is the Tor update. There is an ongoing attack against the Tor network causing delays. Under the hood Wasabi is using Tor to anonymize network traffic, so this has an effect on us as well. The updated Tor client mitigates the problem, see Tor changelog below 👇:

  • This version fixes several bugfixes including a High severity security issue
    categorized as a Denial of Service. Everyone running an earlier version
    should upgrade to this version.

  • Major bugfixes (congestion control, TROVE-2022-001):

    • Fix a scenario where RTT estimation can become wedged, seriously
      degrading congestion control performance on all circuits. This
      impacts clients, onion services, and relays, and can be triggered
      remotely by a malicious endpoint. Tracked as CVE-2022-33903. Fixes
      bug 40626; bugfix on 0.4.7.5-alpha.

It is recommended to update Wasabi to this version. Please read the What's Changed section for details.

⚠️ Wasabi will update Tor automatically, but you have to make sure Tor is not running when you start Wasabi. The simplest solution is to restart the computer and start this version of Wasabi.

We live in an Orwellian surveillance society where your information is being used to typecast and manipulate you. Bitcoin projects are being pressured to collect more and more data, if possible.
This is why Wasabi Wallet is programmed to be a zero-knowledge software. Developers do not and never will collect any information about you. What you do with your bitcoin is your business.

  • OPEN SOURCE: Wasabi Wallet is a free, open-source and deterministically reproducible software. Anyone can see, verify and even contribute to the code.

  • TRUSTLESS BY DESIGN: The software is designed so that neither the public nor the developers can breach your privacy. This is done through coinjoins, client-side block filtering and communication over the Tor anonymity network.

  • NON-CUSTODIAL: Not your keys, not your coins. Wasabi Wallet lets you control your private keys, offering you true financial self sovereignty.

  • EASY TO USE: Wasabi is designed to be a user friendly Bitcoin wallet, that handles its users' privacy automatically under the hood, including network connections, input selection and conjoining.

  • COMPREHENSIVE: The wallet uses WabiSabi, an anonymous credential scheme that was designed to enable more accessible and efficient coinjoins. It allows users to utilize the best privacy tool without requiring a large amount of bitcoin in the wallet.

  • AFFORDABLE: Coinjoining coins with a value above 0.01 BTC costs 0.3% as a coordinator fee + mining fees. Inputs of 0.01 BTC or below don't pay coordinator fees, nor remixes, even after one transaction. Thus, a payment made with coinjoined funds allows the sender and the recipient to remix their coins without paying any coordinator fees.

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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 How To Use 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

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.15.

What's Changed

Full Changelog: v2.0.1.0...v2.0.1.1

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This is the first release after 2.0 version. Many improvements were made to make the software more robust and tolerant against network failures for example the ongoing distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) on the Tor network. It is recommended to update Wasabi to this version. Please read the What's Changed section for details.

⚠️ Wasabi will update Tor automatically, but you have to make sure Tor is not running when you start Wasabi. The simplest solution is to restart the computer and start this version of Wasabi.

We live in an Orwellian surveillance society where your information is being used to typecast and manipulate you. Bitcoin projects are being pressured to collect more and more data, if possible.
This is why Wasabi Wallet is programmed to be a zero-knowledge software. Developers do not and never will collect any information about you. What you do with your bitcoin is your business.

  • OPEN SOURCE: Wasabi Wallet is a free, open-source and deterministically reproducible software. Anyone can see, verify and even contribute to the code.

  • TRUSTLESS BY DESIGN: The software is designed so that neither the public nor the developers can breach your privacy. This is done through coinjoins, client-side block filtering and communication over the Tor anonymity network.

  • NON-CUSTODIAL: Not your keys, not your coins. Wasabi Wallet lets you control your private keys, offering you true financial self sovereignty.

  • EASY TO USE: Wasabi is designed to be a user friendly Bitcoin wallet, that handles its users' privacy automatically under the hood, including network connections, input selection and conjoining.

  • COMPREHENSIVE: The wallet uses WabiSabi, an anonymous credential scheme that was designed to enable more accessible and efficient coinjoins. It allows users to utilize the best privacy tool without requiring a large amount of bitcoin in the wallet.

  • AFFORDABLE: Coinjoining coins with a value above 0.01 BTC costs 0.3% as a coordinator fee + mining fees. Inputs of 0.01 BTC or below don't pay coordinator fees, nor remixes, even after one transaction. Thus, a payment made with coinjoined funds allows the sender and the recipient to remix their coins without paying any coordinator fees.

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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 How To Use 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

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.15.

What's Changed

New Contributors

Full Changelog: v2.0.0.0...v2.0.1.0

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Summary

PRIVACY IS YOUR ABILITY TO SELECTIVELY REVEAL YOURSELF TO THE WORLD

We live in an Orwellian surveillance society where your information is being used to typecast and manipulate you. Bitcoin projects are being pressured to collect more and more data, if possible.
This is why Wasabi Wallet is programmed to be a zero-knowledge software. Developers do not and never will collect any information about you. What you do with your bitcoin is your business.

  • OPEN SOURCE: Wasabi Wallet is a free, open-source and deterministically reproducible software. Anyone can see, verify and even contribute to the code.

  • TRUSTLESS BY DESIGN: The software is designed so that neither the public nor the developers can breach your privacy. This is done through coinjoins, client-side block filtering and communication over the Tor anonymity network.

  • NON-CUSTODIAL: Not your keys, not your coins. Wasabi Wallet lets you control your private keys, offering you true financial self sovereignty.

  • EASY TO USE: Wasabi is designed to be a user friendly Bitcoin wallet, that handles its users' privacy automatically under the hood, including network connections, input selection and conjoining.

  • COMPREHENSIVE: The wallet uses WabiSabi, an anonymous credential scheme that was designed to enable more accessible and efficient coinjoins. It allows users to utilize the best privacy tool without requiring a large amount of bitcoin in the wallet.

  • AFFORDABLE: Coinjoining coins with a value above 0.01 BTC costs 0.3% as a coordinator fee + mining fees. Inputs of 0.01 BTC or below don't pay coordinator fees, nor remixes, even after one transaction. Thus, a payment made with coinjoined funds allows the sender and the recipient to remix their coins without paying any coordinator fees.

webpage_ui_compilation-02

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 How To Use 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

Build with .NET 6.0.300.

FAQ

  • Frequently asked questions here.
  • Requirements? x64, Linux, >Win10, >macOS 10.15.

Release Notes

  • Brand new considerations to improve the user experience. Receive, wait, spend. Privately, by default.
  • Easy to install, easy to use.
  • New UI made with love using Avalonia framework.
  • A new coinjoin protocol called WabiSabi. See the research paper here.
  • Apple M1 native packages, as well as portable packages (zip files), are available.
  • For a blog post about new features, click here.
  • Max Privacy, @MaxHillebrand.
Credits @adamPetho @Szpoti @molnard @lontivero @kiminuo @nopara73 @nothingmuch @yahiheb @MarnixCroes @jmacato @danwalmsley @soosr @ichthus1604 @SuperJMN @wieslawsoltes @MaxHillebrand @BTCparadigm @CAnorbo @Belliusz @bharmat @hgergoil @Bodnaralexa @seresistvanandras @Trxlz @AvivMilner and many others...
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Summary

Welcome! This is the 5th TestNet release. This version of Wasabi 2.0 is suitable for Testing purposes. It only allows you to CoinJoin on TestNet and we do not recommend using the wallet on MainNet yet - don't be #reckless. The software is still under active development, so be careful.

Are you a first-time user?

  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞

Already using Wasabi?

  • This installation will overwrite your current version of Wasabi 1.0 . If you want to continue using Wasabi 1.0, especially CoinJoining on MainNet, we suggest installing this version under a new user profile of your operating system. If you still want to experiment with overwriting your existing installation, make sure to change the network settings to TestNet and you have backed up everything - as usual.
  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞
  • You can downgrade from the test version by uninstalling it and then installing the latest stable release of Wasabi 1.0.

Download here 🔥 🚀

  • See below 👇

The version is intentionally v1.98.4.0.

Where to get TestNet coins?

FAQ

  • Requirements? Windows 10 1607+ (except 1703), macOs 10.15+, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+, Fedora 33+, Debian 10+
  • Compatibility? Click here.

Feedback

Your feedback is essential for the development of Wasabi 2.0.

  • There is a dedicated discussion for this release below. 👇
  • Join the general discussion.
  • Or create a new issue here.

What's Changed

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Full Changelog: v1.98.3.0...v1.98.4.0

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Summary

Welcome! This is the 4th TestNet release. This version of Wasabi 2.0 is suitable for Testing purposes. It only allows you to CoinJoin on TestNet and we do not recommend using the wallet on MainNet yet - don't be #reckless. The software is still under active development, so be careful.

Are you a first-time user?

  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞

Already using Wasabi?

  • This installation will overwrite your current version of Wasabi 1.0 . If you want to continue using Wasabi 1.0, especially CoinJoining on MainNet, we suggest installing this version under a new user profile of your operating system. If you still want to experiment with overwriting your existing installation, make sure to change the network settings to TestNet and you have backed up everything - as usual.
  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞
  • You can downgrade from the test version by uninstalling it and then installing the latest stable release of Wasabi 1.0.

Download here 🔥 🚀

The version is intentionally v1.98.3.0.

Where to get TestNet coins?

FAQ

  • Requirements? Windows 10 1607+ (except 1703), macOs 10.15+, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+, Fedora 33+, Debian 10+
  • Compatibility? Click here.

Feedback

Your feedback is essential for the development of Wasabi 2.0.

  • There is a dedicated discussion for this release below. 👇
  • Join the general discussion.
  • Or create a new issue here.

What's Changed

Full Changelog: v1.98.2.0...v1.98.3.0

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Summary

Welcome! This is the third TestNet release. This version of Wasabi 2.0 is suitable for Testing purposes. It only allows you to CoinJoin on TestNet and we do not recommend using the wallet on MainNet yet - don't be #reckless. The software is still under active development, so be careful.

Are you a first-time user?

  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞

Already using Wasabi?

  • This installation will overwrite your current version of Wasabi 1.0 . If you want to continue using Wasabi 1.0, especially CoinJoining on MainNet, we suggest installing this version under a new user profile of your operating system. If you still want to experiment with overwriting your existing installation, make sure to change the network settings to TestNet and you have backed up everything - as usual.
  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞
  • You can downgrade from the test version by uninstalling it and then installing the latest stable release of Wasabi 1.0.

Download here 🔥 🚀

The version is intentionally v1.98.2.0.

Where to get TestNet coins?

FAQ

  • Requirements? Windows 10 1607+ (except 1703), macOs 10.15+, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+, Fedora 33+, Debian 10+
  • Compatibility? Click here.

Feedback

Your feedback is essential for the development of Wasabi 2.0.

  • There is a dedicated discussion for this release below. 👇
  • Join the general discussion.
  • Or create a new issue here.

What's Changed

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Full Changelog: v1.98.1.0...v1.98.2.0

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Summary

Welcome! This is the second TestNet release. This version of Wasabi 2.0 suitable for Testing purposes. It only allows you to CoinJoin on TestNet and we do not recommend using the wallet on MainNet yet - don't be #reckless. The software is still under active development, so be careful.

Are you a first-time user?

  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞

Already using Wasabi?

  • This installation will overwrite your current version of Wasabi 1.0 . If you want to continue using Wasabi 1.0, especially CoinJoining on MainNet, we suggest installing this version under a new user profile of your operating system. If you still want to experiment with overwriting your existing installation, make sure to change the network settings to TestNet and you have backed up everything - as usual.
  • Download the package below by choosing your favorite operating system.
  • Install and try it out! 🤞
  • You can downgrade from the test version by installing the latest stable release of Wasabi 1.0.

Download here 🔥 🚀

The version is intentionally v1.98.1.0.

Where to get TestNet coins?

FAQ

  • Requirements? Windows 10 1607+ (except 1703), macOs 10.15+, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04+, Fedora 33+, Debian 10+
  • Compatibility? Click here.

Feedback

Your feedback is essential for the development of Wasabi 2.0.

  • There is a dedicated discussion for this release below. 👇
  • Join the general discussion.
  • Or create a new issue here.

What's Changed