Electrum 3.2.3 freeware
All in all, Electrum comes in handy to all users looking for a safe way to manage their wallets with bitcoins. Electrum servers are decentralized and redundant. Your wallet is never down. Electrum is a Bitcoin client that allows you to administer all your wallets in a single place and prevent losing coins due to various events, such as system crashes. It comes packed with several powerful and intuitive features.
|Author||Electrum Technologies GmbH|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||recover Bitcoin wallet, bitcoin backup, manage transaction, Bitcoin, wallet, coin, transfer|
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|3.2.3||Sep 6, 2018||New Release||Hardware wallet: the Safe-T mini from Archos is now supported.
Hardware wallet: the Coldcard from Coinkite is now supported.
BIP39 seeds: if a seed extension (aka passphrase) contained multiple consecutive whitespaces or leading/trailing whitespaces then the derived addresses were not following spec. This has been fixed, and affected should move their coins. The wizard will show a warning in this case. (#4566)
Revealer: the PRNG used has been changed (#4649)
|3.1.2||Mar 28, 2018||New Release||Kivy/android: request PIN on startup
Improve OSX build process
Fix various bugs with hardware wallets
Other minor bugfixes
|3.1.0||Mar 7, 2018||New Release||Memory-pool based fee estimation. Dynamic fees can target a desired depth in the memory pool. This feature is optional, and ETA-based estimates from Bitcoin Core are still available. Note that miners could exploit this feature, if they conspired and filled the memory pool with expensive transactions that never get mined. However, since the Electrum client already trusts an Electrum server with fee estimates, activating this feature does not introduce any new vulnerability. In addition, the client uses a hard threshold to protect itself from servers sending excessive fee estimates. Inpractice, ETA-based estimates have resulted in sticky fees, and caused many users to overpay for transactions. Advanced users tend to visit (and trust) websites that display memory-pool data in order to set their fees.
Capital gains: For each outgoing transaction, the difference between the acquisition and liquidation prices of outgoing coins is displayed in the wallet history. By default, historical exchan