Author Topic: [ANN][GRS] GroestlCoin | v2.11.0 QT-Wallet Released | Upgrade ASAP  (Read 8760 times)


Offline jackielove4u

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I would appreciate if people here would take the time to provide feedback for:  Electrum, multigroestl, jswallet and the BIP44 android wallet.
If somebody is willing to test it, post ur GRS wallet address here and i will sent some.

The biggest differences:
Android wallet: HD wallet (receive address changes everytime you receive an ammount
Android BIP44 wallet: Multiple wallets open
Electrum: Multisign wallet with cosigner pool support
Multigroestl: Open multiple wallets simultaneously
JSwallet: cross-browser and platform compatible (works on any browser on any platform)

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Groestlcoin Easyminer is a software package designed to remove all the painstaking, torturous technological spellcastings an average person feels they have to perform in order to mine Groestlcoin. The Easy Miner package includes the latest auto-tuning mining software for Groestlcoin and Electrum-GRS wallet for fast and easy access to mined coins.


If you want an easy miner with no massive hunting for proper configuration files based on their GPU model then Groestlcoin Easyminer is the right choice for you.

Features
• Built-in autotuning mechanism - auto-tunes itself on the fly according to the user’s CPU or GPU capacities
• No searching for pools and figuring out how to join
• No need to edit bat files
• No hours of loading of their Groestlcoin wallet before they can use it or start seeing payments come in
• Excellent support - It works with all cpu's and gpu's
• Real easy - One file to click at
• The program prompts the user to update their latest video card drivers (if necessary)
• No knowledge needed of how mining works
• Free and decentralised - Open Source

How to use Groestlcoin Easyminer:
1. Unzip the zipfile
2. Run the RunMe.vbs file
3. Chose option 1 to start mining

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your cpu?
2. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your AMD graphic card?
3. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your nVidia graphic card?
4. Are you receiving coins in your wallet?
5. Does the autotuning feature work properly?

There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app or damage your CPU/GPU, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of erros in this topic.

Important:
Store your secret phrase somewhere safe!
Electrum-GRS creates an encrypted filename default_wallet instead of wallet.dat (like in Groestlcoin Core)
• Location of your wallet: Navigate to C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Roaming\Electrum-grs\wallets (or open windows explorer and enter %appdata%\Electryum-grs\wallets) and Back up your default_wallet file by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.

Download the Groestlcoin Easyminer here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Easyminer/archive/1.0.zip

Source code: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Easyminer

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Groestlcoin-wpf is an alternative full node client with optional lightweight "thin client" mode based on WPF. WPF, which stands for Windows Presentation Foundation, is Microsoft's latest approach to a GUI framework, used with the .NET framework. Its main advantages over the original Groestlcoin client include support for exporting blockchain.dat, and lite wallet mode which does not requiring the download of the entire block chain.


If you want an alternative full node wallet and simply want a wallet that just works without hassle, then groestlcoin-wpf is the right choice for you.

Features
• Works via TOR or SOCKS5 proxy
• Can use bootstrap.dat format as blockchain database
• Import/Export blockchain to/from bootstrap.dat
• Import wallet.dat from Groestlcoin-qt wallet
• Export wallet to wallet.dat or xml format
• Use both groestlcoin-wpf and groestlcoin-qt with the same addresses parallely. When you send money from one program, the transaction will automatically be visible on the other wallet.
• Rescan blockchain with a simple mouse click
• Works as a full node and listens to port 1331 (listening port can be changed)
• Fast Block verifying, parralel processing on multi-core CPUs
• Mine Groestlcoins with your cpu by a simple mouse click
• All private keys are kept encrypted on your local machine (or on a USB stick)
• Lite - Has a lightweight "thin client" mode which does not require a new user to download the entire Groestlcoin chain and store it
• Easy - no need to search for extra nodes and edit the conf file
• Free and decentralised - Open Source under GNU license

GroestlCoin-WPF Database Modes
• Normal mode - Customized DBLite library format. It uses persistent HashTable with parallel transactions. Non-compatible with other wallets. groestlcoin-wpf is set to ‘normal mode’ by default.
• Bootstrap mode - It is a flat, binary file containing Groestlcoin blockchain data, from the genesis block through a recent height. All versions automatically validate and import the file "grs.bootstrap.dat" in the grs directory. Grs.bootstrap.dat is compatible with Qt wallet. GroestlCoin-Qt can load from it.
• Lite (SPV) mode - Lite mode brings lightning-fast syncing with the Groestlcoin blockchain. Design based on the principles of the "Simplified Payment Verification" or “SPV” system outlined in section 8 of Satoshi’s Whitepaper. We’ve integrated optional lite functionality within the wallet.

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2. Can you send coins?
3. Can you view your transaction on the blockexplorer?
4. Can you use the wallet with TOR?
5. Are you able to import your groestlcoin-qt (wallet.dat) file?
6. Are you able to export bootstrap.dat?
7. How long does it take to fully synchronize on normal and lite mode?

This application is licensed under the GNU license. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of erros in this topic.

Important:
GroestlCoin-WPF uses a filename wallet.db instead of wallet.dat (like in Groestlcoin-QT)
Location Windows: Navigate to C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Roaming\GroestlCoin-WPF (or open windows explorer and enter %appdata%\GroestlCoin-WPF) and back up your wallet.db file by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.

You can download it using the links below.
Download the Windows Wallet (64 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-WPF/releases/download/2.1.0.6/groestlcoin-wpf_x64.msi
Download the Windows Wallet (32 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-WPF/releases/download/2.1.0.6/groestlcoin-wpf_x86.msi

Source code:
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-WPF - The GroestlCoin-WPF Wallet Source code

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Electrum-grs Android is a lightweight "thin client" groestlcoin Android wallet based on a client-server protocol. Its main advantages over the original Groestlcoin Android wallet include support for not requiring to sync with the blockchain.


In order to bring Groestlcoin to the mainstream masses the Electrum-grs Android wallet (v0.5.22) is ready for testing. The app allows you to send and receive Groestlcoins on your device without syncing the blockchain. When using this app, please store your secret phrase and email them to yourself! Then your coins can be retrieved even if you loose your phone. Furthermore, this puts the user in total control of their funds at any given time.

Electrum-grs Android implementations:
BIP-0032 to implement a hierarchical deterministic wallet
BIP-0039 to implement a mnemonic code of mnemonic sentence for the generation of deterministic wallets (process for turning in into a BIP-0032 seed)

Features
•Exchange rates for various national currencies
•Manual receiving address management (enable in settings)
•Wallet only needs to be backed up once, on initial creation.
•Wallet backup consists of simple list of 12 common words (BIP-0039).
•Empty the wallet with 1 click
•Automatic connectivity management with fast reconnects and detection of network change
•Password protect your recovery phrase
•Top security - Electrum-grs uses bank grade technology. Your money is kept safe by guaranteeing that your private keys will never leave your gadget. The user has absolute control
•Warning if there are no connections to the Electrum-GRS servers
•Click on any addresses to edit the label or copy it
•Support payment URIs requests from browsers and other apps

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1.  Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2.  Can you send coins?
3.  Can you scan a QR code from another phone.
4.  Can you request coins via email or other android service?
5.  Does it calculate exchange rates properly?
6.  How fast is a transaction?

Important:
Store your secret phrase somewhere safe!

To close the app, simply press the back button until you reach your home screen.  The app will close itself (there is no need for a disconnect option). This application is licensed under the GPL version 3. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM hashengineering on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=155038
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Reports of errors can also be posted in this topic.

Groestlcoin-GRS Android is available in the Google play store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hashengineering.groestlcoin.wallet.electrum

Source code:
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoinj - Groestlcoin Java Library (for the Android App and possibly other software)
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/android-electrum-grs - Groestlcoin Android Electrum-grs
« Last Edit: July 07, 2015, 04:30:09 PM by jackielove4u »

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Aegis Groestlcoin Wallet is developed using the highest standards in the fields of cryptography and information security. It utilises proven security algorithms and protocols to deliver you a first class application/system and user experience. Its main advantages over the original Groestlcoin Android wallet include support for android wear, watch address, NFC tag as encryption and sending GRS over SMS.


If you want to use your android wearables, track a watch address, use a NFC tag as encryption or send GRS over SMS then Aegis GroestlCoin wallet is the way to go!

Features
• NFC Security - Store your encryption key separate on an NFC tag.
• Keys are encrypted on the device at all times
• Active GroestlCoin Wallet - Balance and transactions are continuously updated in real-time
• If your phone is lost or stolen, your GRS is safe due to encryption
• New user interface that is easy to use
• Import of private keys
• Watch addresses - Track watch addresses
• SMS support - If you don't know a person's Groestlcoin address, you can put in their mobile number and they will receive an SMS telling them to reply with their

Groestlcoin address. Once they reply, Aegis will take the address and ask you to confirm. The Aegis Wallet app does not read your SMS messages or send them to any place
• Android wear support - Support for android wear notifications, receive address, display qr code and balance
• Backup your Groestlcoins securely using the Aegis Backup feature, then restore your wallet when needed
• Transparant - Aegis Groestlcoin Wallet is free and open source

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2. Can you send coins?
3. Can you scan a QR code from another phone?
4. Can you send GRS over SMS?
5. Does it calculate exchange rates properly?
6. How fast is a transaction?
7. Can you use a NFC tag as encryption without problems?
8. Is the watch-only function working properly?
9. Is your android wear working fine with Aegis Groestlcoin wallet?

Important:
Store your secret phrase somewhere safe!

To close the app, simply press the back button until you reach your home screen.  The app will close itself (there is no need for a disconnect option). This application is licensed under the GPL version 3. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM hashengineering on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=155038
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Reports of errors can also be posted in this topic.

Ageis Groestlcoin wallet is available in the Google play store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hashengineering.groestlcoin.aegiswallet

Source code:
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoinj - Groestlcoin Java Library for Aegis Groestlcoin wallet
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/AegisWallet - The Aegis GroestlCoin wallet

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Groestlcoin Multisig is a powerful account management and secure storage tool for Groestlcoin. It features decentralized offline key generation, offline signing, watch-only shared wallets, fast multidevice synchronization, full support for BIP32 (hierarchical deterministic wallets), and general m-of-n multisignature transactions. It has many applications, from secure cold storage for individuals to enterprise-wide accounts that can be deployed and monitored across entire organizations. A Multisig wallet for Windows, MacOS and Linux with the security of a full node.


If you need an interactive desktop application for transacting on the Groestlcoin network supporting m-of-n signature policies and multiuser/multidevice account management Groestlcoin multisig is the right choice for you!

Features
• Groestlcoin Multisig also lets the user configure the wallet to use a local full node such as Groestlcoin-qt and Groestlcoin-wpf.
• Create invoices for your enterprise.
• Accounts can be configured to allow any number of authorised and necessary signatures, dependent on the signing policy a company wishes to implement. For example, a company might create a signing policy with 5 authorised signatures of which a minimum of 3 would be required to broadcast a transaction. Once the required signatures have been obtained, Groestlcoin Multisig broadcasts the transaction to the Groestlcoin network.
• Has no standard public address. The wallet will always use a pay to script hash address (p2sh), even if it is only 1 of 1.
• Feels more like a encryption key management system than a wallet.
• Built atop three custom libraries, CoinCore, CoinQ, and CoinDB, which provide all core functionality for managing Groestlcoin data structures, connecting to peers and handling persistent storage.
• The wallet can support up to 8-of-8 addresses for signing transactions.
• An enterprise level wallet functioning similar to Armory.
• Easy to install - It includes default options for the most common configurations. It has been designed with a logically-organized and uncluttered graphical interface that clearly presents the most important user functions and relevant user data.
• Offers both secure enterprise-level solutions and straightforward single-user account management. From the start it was designed to support shared multisignature account policies using hierarchical deterministic keychains. It supports the best securiry practices in the industry and is rated amongst the most secure wallets by our team. Generate private keychains offline, safely share public keychains, and create joint accounts with m-of-n signature policies. Export private keychains or print them for secure backup.
• Built over a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) platform, and fully supports enterprise-wide policies, as well as keychain and account management. It can easily handle a virtually unlimited number of keys, and new accounts can quickly and easily be created and synchronized from many devices.
• Very fast - It is natively compiled C++. It also features simplified payment verification (SPV), eliminating the need to download the full blockchain to achieve network synchronization. For those who desire the security of their own full validation node, can connect to any node that speaks the Groestlcoin protocol.
• No Lock-In - You can export your private keys.
• Quick and easy to install across all major desktop operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux).
• Secure by design - all private keys are kept encrypted on your local machine (or on a USB stick).
• Import and export your private keys or seeds.
• Encrypted wallet - the file that contains your groestlcoins is protected with a password. You are protected from thieves.
• Deterministic key generation - If you lose your wallet, you can recover it from its seed. You are protected from your own mistakes.
• No single point of failure - The code is open source and can run with your own local full node.
• Transactions are signed locally - Your private keys are not shared with the server. You do not have to trust the server with your money.
• Free software - Anyone can audit the code.
• Proof Checking - Groestlcoin Multisig verifies all the transactions in your history using full node.
• Cold Storage - Keep your private keys offline, and go online with a watching-only wallet. Sign transactions from a computer that is always offline. Broadcast them from a machine that does not have your keys.
• Multisign - Split the permission to spend your coins between several wallets using parallel BIP32 derivations and P2SH addresses. Compact serialization format for unsigned or partially signed transactions, that includes the BIP32 master public key and derivation needed to sign inputs.

Groestlcoin Multisig Concepts
• Vaults - Vaults are files with extension .vault containing accounts, keychains, and transaction history. They can be opened directly in Groestlcoin Multisig and constitute the basic document type that Groestlcoin Multisig can create and edit.
• Keychains - Keychains are collections of private and/or public keys generated deterministically from a master seed using BIP32. They can be imported and exported to and from Groestlcoin Multisig as files with extensions .priv and .pub respectively. Every keychain can be given an arbitrary name and has a hash that is uniquely determined by the master seed and remains fixed.
• Accounts - Accounts are logically grouped collections of deposit addresses generated deterministically from a set of keychains and an m-of-n policy. The account balance consists of all the transaction outputs spendable using the aforementioned keychains subject to the m-of-n policy. Each distinct account contains a separate set of addresses that always remain part of that account. Addresses are generated by using keychain sequences/trees in parallel. Public keys are sorted lexicographically in the redeemscript. Accounts also have a starting timestamp that indicates how far back in the blockchain we should look when scanning for transactions. Shared accounts, a.k.a. watch-only accounts, are accounts that have been stripped of all private keys. They can only be used to monitor transactions, not to spend.

How To use Groestlcoin Multisig:
1. Create a new vault file.
From the File menu, select “New Vault…” – or alternately, click on the toolbar button. You will be prompted to pick a name for your vault file. Create a new folder for your vault files, make sure to use the file extension “.vault” and then save.
2. Create an account by either using the wizard or manually.

USING THE WIZARD (easy)
From the Accounts menu, select “Account Wizard…” – or alternately, click on the button in the toolbar. You will be asked for an account name and an account policy. If you just want a simple account, leave the policy as 1 of 1.
NOTE: Groestlcoin Multisig always uses pay-to-script-hash addresses, which begin with the character 3 in Groestlcoin, even for 1 of 1 accounts.
For multisignature accounts: on the left select the minimum number of signatures required to sign transactions from the account. On the right select the total number of keychains to use for the account. An account will automatically be created for you along with a new set of keychains.

MANUALLY (advanced)
From the Keychains menu, select “New Keychain…” – or alternately, click on the toobar button. You will be prompted to name the keychain. Pick whatever name you want.
Repeat step 2 to create multiple keychains if desired.
Right-click on any keychain in the Keychains tab and select “Export Private Keychain…” to make backups of the keychain. Select “Export Public Keychain…” to export a file you can share with other people or devices that you wish to make part of the account.Using the same menu, select “Import keychain…” to import public or private keychains from file.
Click “New Account” button on toolbar. Check the keychains you wish to use to sign for the account, then select the minimum signatures required. The creation time defaults to your system clock – it is used to determine how far back in the blockchain to scan. Make sure the creation time precedes the first transaction made to the account.

You’ll see the new account appear in the Accounts tab. Right-click the account to get a popup menu. Select “Export Account…” to backup the account to file – this backup will include any private keys you have. To export the public watch-only account, select “Export Shared Account…” instead. You’ll be able to import this file on another device where you can view all activity with signing functionality completely disabled.

3. Connect to network.
By default, Groestlcoin Multisig will attempt to connect to our Groestlcoin node running on groestlcoin.org. If you don't want to run a full node beside this program, leave this setting alone. If you would prefer to connect to a local Groestlcoin node (i.e. a local running instance of Groestlcoin-Qt or Groestcloin-wpf), you can change the IP address to localhost and port under Network->Settings…(File->Preferences … on Mac).
NOTE: Groestlcoin Multisig only connects via the peer-to-peer protocol and does not require any special RPC access to other nodes.
At the bottom right of the main window, you should see two numbers followed by an icon. The two numbers tell you the blockchain synchronization state. The top number is how many blocks are stored in your vault file, the bottom number is how many blocks were in the blockchain the last time you synchronized. If you have not connected to the network before, it should read 0/0 and the icon should display a red X.
Make sure the Groestlcoin node to which you’re connecting (i.e. Groestlcoin-Qt) is synchronized, then select “Connect to <host>” from the Network menu – or click the “Connect” button from the toolbar. If the connection is successful, you should see the bottom number rise, then you should see the top number rise until they are the same. While this happens, the icon will contain a rotating arrow in an orange circle. Once the vault is synched, the icon will turn green.

4. Fund the account
Select the Accounts tab. In it you should see the account you just created. Make sure the account is selected. Click on the “Receive” toolbar button. You will be asked to give the payment a label and specify an amount – these are optional. Click the “New Invoice” button. At the bottom of the dialog you will see Script Details. On the right you’ll get a QR code. Copy the “Address” from there and send a payment to it from another wallet. If successful, you should see the account balance credited the deposited amount.

5. View your transaction
Make sure the account is selected in the Accounts tab. Then select the Transactions tab. In it you should see the deposit you just made. Right-click on the transaction and select “View at blockchain.info” to open up a browser and view the transaction details.

6. Unlock keychains
In the Keychains tab, you must right-click the keychains you want to use to sign transactions and click “Unlock keychain…” from pop-up menu. Once unlocked, the keychains can be used to sign repeatedly within a session. When the program is closed and reopened, the keychains will again need to be unlocked. This is a security feature.
You will have the option to set a keychain passphrase. This will encrypt the keychain – the decrypted keychain will only be kept in memory while the keychain is unlocked. When exporting the keychain or account to file, only the encrypted keychain will be saved.
VERY IMPORTANT: IF YOU FORGET YOUR PASSPHRASE, TOO BAD! You might want to write down the passphrase and save it in a different location from where you store the encrypted keychain backups.

7. Send your first payment
Select the Accounts tab. Make sure the account from which you want to send is selected. Click the “Send” toolbar button. You will be asked to specify a fee, an address, an amount, and a label (For). A fee is generally required by the Groestlcoin network for transactions involving outputs smaller than 0.02 GRS, so if you’re sending very small amounts it is recommended to use a fee of at least 0.0005 GRS. A higher fee tends to result in faster confirmation times, but exact confirmation time cannot be predicted. Once you’ve entered the transaction information, click “Save Unsigned”. The unsigned transaction will appear at the top of the Transactions tab. Right-click it and select “Signatures…” to open the signature dialog. At the top you’ll see the unsigned transaction hash as well as the number of signatures that are still required. Right-click a keychain and select “Add signature…” to sign for that keychain. NOTE: You can only sign for keychains for which you have the private master key. From the same popup menu, you can select “Export Transaction To File…” and “Import Transaction From File…”. Use these commands to share unsigned or partially signed transactions as files with other people or other devices. Any added signatures get merged into the transaction when you import it. Once the minimum signatures required by your m-of-n policy have been added you’ll have the option to send the transaction to the network by right-clicking it and selecting “Send Transaction”.

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2. Can you send coins?
3. Can You create invoices?
4. Does the watch-only function works?
5. Can you use the wallet without running a local node?
6. Can you use the wallet running with a local node?

There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of errors in this topic.

Important:
Groestlcoin Multisig uses a filename .vault instead of wallet.dat (like in Groestlcoin Core). Back up your files by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.

You can download it using the links below and be up and running with Groestlcoin in 5 minutes.
Compile the Linux wallet: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Multisig/blob/master/docs/linux-build-environment
Download the OSX DMG Wallet here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Multisig/releases/download/0.9.4/Groestlcoin-Multisig.dmg
Download the Windows Wallet (64 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Multisig/releases/download/0.9.4/groestlcoin-multisig_x64.msi
Download the Windows Wallet (32 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Multisig/releases/download/0.9.4/groestlcoin-multisig_x86.msi

Source code:
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Multisig - The Groestlcoin Multisig Wallet Source code


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I would appreciate if people here would take the time to provide feedback for either:  Android wallet, Electrum, multigroestl, jswallet , BIP44 android wallet, Aegis wallet, Multisig, groestlcoin-wpf or Android electrum wallet
If somebody is willing to test it, post ur GRS wallet address here and i will sent some.

The biggest differences:
Android wallet: HD wallet (receive address changes everytime you receive an ammount
Android BIP44 wallet: Multiple wallets open
Electrum: Multisign wallet with cosigner pool support
Multigroestl: Open multiple wallets simultaneously
JSwallet: cross-browser and platform compatible (works on any browser on any platform)
Aegis wallet: send GRS over SMS, use NFC tag as encryption key, watch-only support, android wear support
multisig: create invoices, up to 8 cosigners
groestlcoin-wpf: export bootstrap.dat with a click, 1 click mining
android electrum-grs: no need to sync the blockchain

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Re: [ANN][GRS]GroestlCoin | 10 Wallets | Easyminer | Mobile Tools
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2015, 09:45:39 AM »


A new major Groestlcoin Core version 2.11.0 is now available for download bringing both new features and bug fixes, so it is recommended to upgrade to it if you are running a full Groestlcoin node or a local Groestlcoin Core wallet.


v2.11.0 is now the official release version of Groestlcoin Core. On top of the new features, this update contains very important security fixes and all users MUST upgrade to this version as soon as possible. Pool operators, P2Pool and solo miners especially, as once BIP 66 is enforced, blockversion 112 (aka 1) and blockversion 2 will be rejected from the network entirely and only blockversion 3 will be accepted.

What's new in version v2.11.0?
This is a major release of Groestlcoin Core, featuring the technical equivalent of Bitcoin v0.11.0 but with Groestlcoin specific patches. On a general level, most of what is new is is hidden where block synchronization and various internals are considerably faster and more efficient, and it has several major privacy improvements.  The most significant changes include:
• Qt dependency changed. Version upgraded to 5.5.
• OpenSSL dependency changed. Version upgraded to 1.0.2a (19 March 2015).
• BerkeleyDB dependency changed. Version for Windows and MAC upgraded to 5.3.21 (11 May 2012).
• Protocolversion changed to 70002
• Blockversion 112 interpreted as version 1. All new blocks will have blockversion 3, but v2.11.0 clients will also accept blockversion 1 (v112) and blockversion 2 blocks until 95% of all blocks will be blockversion 3. After this moment all blockversion 1 and blockversion 2 will be rejected.
• All possible languages added.
• New alert keys added.
• Canonical name for .GroestlCoin in UNIX changed to use all lowercase: .groestlcoin.
• Extra main seeds added.
• New testnet created.
• Comes now with a installer.
• Transaction-URL support of third parties blockexplorers.
• Coin control support.
• Ability to open Groestlcoin URI or payment request.
• Ability to spent unconfirmed coins.
• Ability to see receive and send addresses.
• Groestlcoin-cli. Another change in the v2.11.0 release is moving away from the groestlcoind executable functioning both as a server and as a RPC client. The RPC client functionality (“tell the running groestlcoin daemon to do THIS”) was split into a separate executable, ‘groestlcoin-cli’.
• Transaction malleability-related fixes
• Autotools build system. For v2.11.0 we switched to an autotools-based build system instead of individual makefiles. Using the standard “./autogen.sh; ./configure; make” to build Groestlcoin-Qt and Groestlcoind makes it easier for experienced open source developers to contribute to the project.
• Rebranding to Groestlcoin Core. To reduce confusion between Groestlcoin-the-network and Groestlcoin-the-software we have renamed the reference client to Groestlcoin Core.
• OP_RETURN and data in the block chain support.
• Standard script rules relaxed for P2SH addresses.
• Watch-only wallet support. This allows the wallet to track transactions to and form wallets for which you know the address of but do not have the private key to.
• Memory usage optimization. There have been many changes in this release to reduce the default memory usage of a node.
• Experimental support for big-endian CPU architectures was added in this release.
• Privacy: Stream isolation for Tor. This release adds functionality to create a new circuit for every peer connection, when the software is used with Tor.
• Privacy: Disable wallet transaction broadcast
• Block file pruning for nodes (without wallet). This release supports running a fully validating node without maintaining a copy of the raw block and undo data on disk. Pruning is disabled by default.
• Faster blockchain synchronization due to headers-first synchronization and support for downloading blocks in parallel. Downloading the blockchain is now much quicker and can be completed within a half hour instead of taking hours for some users.
• A REST interface which allows unauthenticated access to public node data when the -rest flag is specified.
• RPC Server “Warm-Up” Mode which starts earlier than previous versions. This helps users or services relying on it know that the server has already started and will be available soon.
• Improved signing security. This is due to using the libsecp256k1 library for signing instead of OpenSSL. libsecp256k1 is a cryptographic library optimized for elliptic curve uses which Groestlcoin relies on and was created by Bitcoin Core developer Pieter Wuille. Featuring better security, via hardening against timing leaks and derandomization, this library is believed to be better tested and more thoroughly reviewed than the implementation in OpenSSL.
• Improved algorithm used for fee estimation. This release automatically estimates how high a transaction fee (or how high a priority) transactions require to be confirmed quickly.
• Consensus library. Starting from v2.11.0, the Groestlcoin Core distribution includes a consensus library. The purpose of this library is to make the verification functionality that is critical to Groestlcoin’s consensus available to other applications, e.g. alternative node implementations.
• New utility applications including groestlcoin-tx for transaction related functionality and groestlcoin-cli for RPC command line functionality as groestlcoind no longer accepts them.
• Strict DER encoding for signatures (BIP 66). This introduces block version 3 and a new consensus rule which prevents non-standard transactions from being included in blocks. This also removes the dependency on OpenSSL’s signature parsing. Eventually, libsecp256k1 will be used for all consensus related tasks, depreciating the need for OpenSSL entirely.
• RPC Access Changes. RPC access now supports binary network addresses. This means that you can specify a single IP address, a CIDR network address or a netmask for accessing the RPC service. Please note, wildcard string matching no longer works and will display an error in the debug.log file when you attempt to use use a wildcard string in the rpcallowip= variable, either as a config setting or launch parameter. Note: IPv6 addresses can also be used.
• Added option -alerts’ to opt out of the network alert system. Please note that disabling network alerts should only be used by power users as this system is used for network emergencies and important security releases. The default behavior is that network alerts are enabled.
• Detect and reject LibreSSL. This prevents a non-approved SSL library being used for compiling Groestlcoin Core, preventing potential consensus compatibility issues.
• Improved getbalance RPC functionality to allow the user to display zero confirmation transactions (this works with watch-only addresses as well).

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2. Can you send coins?
3. Can you view your transaction on a third party blockexplorer (restart the client after entering the url of the blockexplorer) ?
4. Can you use the wallet with TOR?
5. Are you able to backup your wallet (wallet.dat) file?
6. Are you able to encrypt your wallet (wallet.dat) file?
7. Are you able to use watch-only function?
8. How long does it take to fully synchronize?
9. Are you able to sign/verify messages?
10. Are you able to see you send/receive addresses?
11. Are you able to use the wallet in your local language?

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. Please report using the issue tracker at github:
https://github.com/groestlcoin/groestlcoin/issues

Important:
• There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.
• Encrypt your wallet. This can be done by clicking the settings menu from inside the wallet. Make sure your password is secure and do not forget it.
• Make a copy your wallet.dat file as a backup and move it to a secure location:
Location Windows: Navigate to C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\groestlCoin\wallet.dat (or open windows explorer and enter %appdata%\Groestlcoin\wallet.dat)
Location Mac: Finder -> Go {Hold Option] -> Library -> groestlcoin -> wallet.dat (~/Library/Application Support/groestlcoin/wallet.dat)

WARNING:
While this branch has been extensively tested to be compatible with the existing Groestlcoin v2.1.0.6 network there is the possibility that we missed something. BACKUP YOUR GROESTLCOIN DATA DIRECTORY and wallet.dat because after you run v2.11.0 the old v2.1.0.6 version is no longer compatible with your on-disk data. Without this your node will need start syncing (or importing from bootstrap.dat) anew afterwards. It is possible that the data from a completely synchronised v2.11.0 node may be usable in older versions as-is, but this is not supported and may break as soon as the older version attempts to reindex. Because release v2.11.0 makes use of headers-first synchronization and parallel block download, the block files and databases are not backwards-compatible with older versions of Groestlcoin Core or other software:
• Blocks will be stored on disk out of order (in the order they are received), which makes it incompatible with some tools or other programs. Reindexing using earlier versions will also not work anymore as a result of this.
• The block index database will now hold headers for which no block is stored on disk, which earlier versions won’t support.


How to Upgrade?
If you are running an older version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Groestlcoin-Qt (on Mac).
Linux users: Canonical name for .GroestlCoin in Linux is changed to use all lowercase: .groestlcoin. Please make a link as a solution: ln .GroestlCoin .groestlcoin and rename the GroestlCoin.conf to groestlcoin.conf.  And copy over groestlcoind/Groestlcoin-qt.

Download the Windows Wallet (64 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.11.0/groestlcoin_x64.msi
Download the Windows Wallet (32 bit) here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.11.0/groestlcoin_x86.msi
Download the MAC Wallet here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.11.0/Groestlcoin-Qt.dmg

Source code:
https://github.com/Groestlcoin/Groestlcoin
Build instructions for Linux can be found here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/blob/master/doc/build-unix.md
Build instructions for OSX can be found here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/blob/master/doc/build-osx.md
Build instructions for Windows can be found here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/groestlcoin/blob/master/doc/build-windows.md

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Re: [ANN][GRS] GroestlCoin | v2.11.0 QT-Wallet Released | Upgrade ASAP
« Reply #25 on: September 23, 2015, 09:44:33 AM »


Groestlcoin Address Utility allows a user to do various useful functions with Groestlcoin addresses, such as convert them between various formats, encrypt and decrypt them, and print them as paper wallets. This program is written in C# and is based on Microsoft's .NET / Visual Studio toolchain. Groestlcoin Address Utility runs natively for Windows, and also runs on Linux and Mac using Mono.


If you need a utility to do all kind of conversions between Groestlcoin hex/address and public/private keys Groestlcoin Address Utility is the right choice for you!

Features:
• Ability to copy Qr code graphic into the clipboard for use with other programs.
• Base58 Calculator allows arbitrary conversions of base58 values to hexadecimal and vice versa, regardless of length.  Add a "?" to the end of any base58 string to suspend verification of the checksum.
• Support for compressed public keys and the ability to convert between compressed and uncompressed.
• A calculator that lets you convert between private and public keys, hex and base58 Groestlcoin addresses.
• Bulk Groestlcoin address generator
• Paper wallet printer
• Decrypter for encrypted private keys
• Self-escrow utility
• Intermediate code generator (used for creating encrypted paper wallets)
• Physical Groestlcoin insert printer (the small round private key paper found in physical Bitcoins)

Groestlcoin Address utility screen:
Create new Groestlcoin addresses with corresponding minikey and standard private key formats
Copy Groestlcoin addresses and private keys to the clipboard as QR code images
Convert minikeys to WIF/hexadecimal private key formats
Create private keys from text strings via groestl hash ("brainwallet")
Convert between hexadecimal and WIF private key formats
Decrypt/encrypt private keys per BIP 0038
Calculate public key from private key
Calculate compressed/uncompressed equivalents for public keys
Confirm that public keys are valid (i.e. that they represent a valid EC curve point)
Calculate Hash160 from public key
Calculate Groestlcoin address
View balance on block explorer

Base 58 Calculator screen:
The Base58 calculator screen allows quick conversions between the Base58 encoding commonly used in Groestlcoin-related objects and the encoded hexadecimal equivalent. This screen is especially useful for discovering what hexadecimal prefix is required to create Base58 strings with a specific prefix, or for seeing what is encoded in non-standard Base58 strings generated by service providers.
The 32-bit checksum is verified on all Base58 entries, and "invalid" is displayed in the hex box if the checksum is incorrect. However, verification of the checksum can be skipped simply by appending a question mark (?) to the end of the Base58 string. Once the hexadecimal equivalent is known, simply making an insignificant change to the hex box (such as adding a space to the end) will result in the correct checksum being recomputed and displayed.
If "invalid" is still shown after adding a question mark to the Base58 string, it probably contains invalid characters such as 0, O, I, or l.

Key Combiner screen:
The Key Combiner screen allows elliptic-curve arithmetic on Groestlcoin public and private keys. Specifically, multiplication can be used for creating two-factor Groestlcoin addresses, and addition can be used for secure vanity address generation.
The two boxes accept either a public or private key in any recognized format (hexadecimal, WIF, minikey, etc.).
Multiplying or adding two private keys yields a new private key, as well as its corresponding public key and Groestlcoin address.
Multiplying or adding a private key and public key yields a combined public key and Groestlcoin address, but no private key. When the public key input is replaced by the matching private key, then calculating the resulting private key becomes possible.

Two-Factor Groestlcoin Tools:
When you order a 2-factor item, you can protect it with a passphrase which you can convert to an intermediate code. The Intermediate Code preserves enough information about the passphrase to be able to create a public key and 2-factor groestlcoin address from it, but not the private key. The 2-factor system ensures that nobody can redeem the value from the item unless they have the passphrase.

Escrow tools:
Escrow allows two people to transact in Groestlcoin while leaving their funds visible to everybody and accessible to nobody until somebody releases them. It allows the payer or the payee to release funds to one another, and also lets a third person decide for them if the two can't agree.  The third person never has access to take the funds, and is only needed to release the funds if the original two can't agree who gets them.  Whoever gets a copy of all three "invitations" gets access to the funds.

Vanity private keys:
Generate a random address, and then add a question mark to the WIF private key (turns off checksum). Substitute characters. Convert to hex and then back to WIF (which will replace the checksum with a valid one). Once you have a working vanity private key that stays the same no matter which way you convert it, then generate the public key and groestlcoin address from it.

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you generate bulk addresses?
2. Can you use Base58 calculator succesfully?
3. Can you use Key Decrypter succesfully?
4. Can you use Two-factor Groestlcoin Tools succesfully?
5. Can you use Escrow Tools succesfully?
6. Can you copy QR code into other programs?
7. Can you print paper wallets?
8. Can you watch ur addresses on the block explorer?

This application is licensed under the GPLv3 license. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of errors in this topic.

Important:
Save all your private keys before closing the program by copying it and moving it to a secure location. Otherwise all the information will be gone!

Windows:
Linux: OS X:
Note: ZIP archive contains 3 files: GrsAddress.exe BouncyCastle.Crypto.dll ThoughtWorks.QRCode.dll

Source code: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Address-Utility

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Re: [ANN][GRS] GroestlCoin | v2.11.0 QT-Wallet Released | Upgrade ASAP
« Reply #26 on: September 23, 2015, 09:45:03 AM »


A BIP-0032 compatible Hierarchical Deterministic Groestlcoin Wallet


After adapting our latest Groestlcoin Android wallet (v0.24) to Blackberry, the Groestlcoin Blackberry wallet beta (v0.24) is ready for testing.
The app allows you to send and receive Groestlcoins on your device using QR codes and URI links.
When using this app, please back up your wallet and email them to yourself!  This will save your wallet in a password protected file. Then your coins can be retrieved even if you loose your phone.

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1.  Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2.  Can you send coins?
3.  Can you scan a QR code from another phone.
4.  Can you request coins via email or other Blackberry service?
5.  How long does it take to sync the blockchain?
6.  How much space does it take up on your phone?
7.  Does it calculate exchange rates properly?
8.  Are you able to sweep paper wallet?

If the app crashes you can send the report via email or another method if your phone allows it. Reports of errors can also be posted in this topic.
To close the app, simply press the back button until you reach your home screen. The app will close itself (there is no need for a disconnect option).
This application is licensed under the GPL version 3. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1.  PM hashengineering on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=155038
2.  Email: [email protected]
3.  Reports of errors can also be posted in this topic.

You can donate in the app directly to Hashengineering for his hard work. On the menu go to "donate"

Groestlcoin Wallet is available in Blackberry world:
https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/59965920/

Source code:
https://github.com/HashEngineering/groestlcoinj - Groestlcoin Java Library (for the Blackberry App and possibly other software)
https://github.com/HashEngineering/groestlcoin-wallet - The Groestlcoin Blackberry Wallet Source code

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Re: [ANN][GRS] GroestlCoin | v2.11.0 QT-Wallet Released | Upgrade ASAP
« Reply #27 on: September 23, 2015, 09:45:40 AM »


Groestlcoin Easyminer has been updated to v2.0. Groestlcoin Easyminer is a software package designed to remove all the painstaking, torturous technological spellcastings an average person feels they have to perform in order to mine Groestlcoin. The Easy Miner package includes the latest auto-tuning mining software for Groestlcoin and Electrum-GRS wallet for fast and easy access to mined coins.


If you want an easy miner with no massive hunting for proper configuration files based on their GPU model then Groestlcoin Easyminer is the right choice for you.

Changelog EasyMiner 2.0:
• New GUI
• Mining is logged into the GUI
• Removed CPU thread-setting support (see next change)
• Now mines on GPU if support is available otherwise CPU (instead doing both)
• Comes now with an installer
• Ccminer support for Nvidia cards (instead with Sgminer)
• Branded with Groestlcoin logo
• Fixed GPU and 64 bit CPU mining support over initial version of Easyminer-GUI
• Fixed GPU logging over initial version of Easyminer-GUI
• Now installs a shortcut so rather than relying on a "run me" file
• Tweaked timings on installation instructions to be a bit smoother
• Changed some wordings in the miner to better work the features it has

Features
• Built-in autotuning mechanism - auto-tunes itself on the fly according to the user’s CPU or GPU capacities
• No searching for pools and figuring out how to join
• No need to edit bat files
• No hours of loading of their Groestlcoin wallet before they can use it or start seeing payments come in
• Excellent support - It works with all cpu's and gpu's
• Real easy - One file to click at
• The program prompts the user to update their latest video card drivers (if necessary)
• No knowledge needed of how mining works
• Free and decentralised - Open Source

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your cpu?
2. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your AMD graphic card?
3. Are you able to mine Groestlcoin with your nVidia graphic card?
4. Are you receiving coins in your wallet?
5. Does the autotuning feature work properly?

There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app or damage your CPU/GPU, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of errors in this topic.

Important:
Store your secret phrase somewhere safe!
Electrum-GRS creates an encrypted filename default_wallet instead of wallet.dat (like in Groestlcoin Core)
• Location of your wallet: Navigate to C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Roaming\Electrum-grs\wallets (or open windows explorer and enter %appdata%\Electryum-grs\wallets) and back up your default_wallet file by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.

Download the Groestlcoin Easyminer installer here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Easyminer/releases/download/2.0/GroestlcoinEasyminer.exe

Source code: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/Groestlcoin-Easyminer

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Re: [ANN][GRS] GroestlCoin | v2.11.0 QT-Wallet Released | Upgrade ASAP
« Reply #28 on: September 23, 2015, 09:46:10 AM »


Groestlcoin Armory is the most secure and full featured solution available for advanced users and enterprise business to generate and store Groestlcoin private keys. Groestlcoin Armory empowers users with multiple encrypted Groestlcoin wallets and provides permanent one-time ‘paper backups’. Groestlcoin Armory makes Groestlcoin security best practices accessible to everyone through its unique interface and is created with developers in mind for building Groestlcoin apps like exchanges and crowdfunding platforms. Groestlcoin Armory has no independent networking components built in. Instead, it relies on the Groestlcoin Core to securely connect to peers, validate blockchain data, and broadcast transactions for us. The reliance on Groestlcoin Core right now is actually making Groestlcoin Armory more secure!


If you want to manage multiple wallets (deterministic and watching-only), print paper backups that work forever, import or sweep private keys, and keep your savings in a computer that never touches the internet (while still being able to manage incoming payments, and create outgoing payments with the help of a USB key) Groestlcoin Armory is the right choice for you!

Features
• Encrypted wallet (optional). Wallet encryption with GPU-resistent key derivation function: AES256 in-place key encryption. Encryption key is generated with a scrypt-based algorithm to renders GPU-acceleration useless for brute-force passphrase guessing. Speed and memory parameters are calibrated to your system speed.
• Corruption-resistent wallet files Wallet code auto-corrects bit-flips on your hard-drive, and also uses a synchronous backup wallet scheme that guarantees no matter which nanosecond the power goes out, your wallet will never be corrupted (or automatically recovered if it does).
• Maintain offline wallets for 100% security from online attackers. You can use Groestlcoin Armory to create a wallet on a computer that will never touch the internet again, and then make a watching-only copy to use on the internet computer. You can monitor transactions online, and sign transactions offline without needing the blockchain. And since it doesn't need the blockchain, even a computer with 512 MB of RAM can be used as the offline system.
• Import addresses created with VanityGen or sweep funds from paperwallets. Import trusted private keys into your wallets, or just "sweep" the funds to another address in your wallet. Supports private keys in hex, base58, and mini-private-key format used on Groestlcoin Address Utility.
• Toggle between “Standard”, “Advanced”, and Expert modes to guarantee an appropriate set of options and information. Choose between "Standard", "Advanced" and "Expert", to scale the functionality according to your experience level. "Standard" user mode has a reduced set of functionality and only presents information necessary for basic wallet management and transactions. "Advanced" and "Expert" modes have a plethora of extra options and information that most users don't need or want.
• Ability to add "Watching-Only" Wallets. "Watching-only" wallets can be used generate addresses and confirm incoming payments, but cannot spend the money. Keep the full wallet on an offline computer, and maintain it safely from the online computer. Or create a master wallet for your business, and give a watching-only copy to your employees to do business. It's impossible for a hacker (or employee) to steal your Groestlcoins if your private keys are on a computer that never touched the internet!
• SecurePrint for all Backup Types. Print a paper backup of your wallet on one sheet of paper, and keep it in a book on your bookshelf, in a safe, or drop it in a safe-deposit box at your bank. Paper wallets are superior to digital media, because paper is cheap, easy to store, and you can verify the integrity of the backup by eye. If you backup your wallet to a USB key, how do you know that it will still work when you plug it in two years from now? If you can read the characters on the paper backup, you can recover all the funds you ever received to it!
• Developer-Friendly! Thoroughly-commented Python code. Thoroughly-commented C++ code. Thousands of lines of unit-test code for verifying almost every sub-function of the entire library. Simple wallet files. And the "Developer" user mode will give you everything you could possibly need to help you with your own development: browse the blockchain, examine tx scripts, etc.
• Multi-wallet interface: Manage as many wallets as you want simultaneously. Groestlcoin Armory was designed from the start for multi-wallet operations without limit on number.
• Deterministic wallets: Your entire wallet is recoverable from only the root address and a "chaincode." You only need to backup your wallet once, and your funds will be safe forever. (NOTE: if you have imported private keys, consider using the "Backup Individual Keys" dialog instead --you can backup both the root key & chaincode, along with the raw private key data for imported keys, all in one screen).
• One-time-only Backups: Did you know that you need to backup your Groestlcoin Core wallet every 100 addresses? This is a dangerous and unnecessary burden for most users. With Groestlcoin Armory, regardless of whether you make a paper backup or digital backup, it will be good forever. Do it once (though, maybe multiple copies). Store it safely. Never worry again about whether your coins are protected against hard-drive failure.
• Get your private keys! There is no database software obscuring key data. All keys are stored in a straightforward binary wallet format, and easily extractable. If you want to switch to another wallet application, you can simply "Backup Individual Keys" and import them into the other wallet.
• Decentralized Multi-Signature "Lockboxes" (up to 7-of-7)
• Daemon/API for Services and Network Integration
• Message Signing
• Fragmented (M-of-N) Backups

It is appreciated if feedback of the following is provided:
1. Can you receive coins? (small amounts to avoid losing them)
2. Can you send coins?
3. Can you use MultiSig?
4. Can you sweep private keys?
5. Can you verify and sign messages?
6. Can you broadcast Raw transactions?
7. Can you use the EC Calculator?
8. Can you export transactions?
9. Can you export log files?
10. Does it work with Tor?
11. Does the default URL handler work?
12. Can you import private keys?
13. Can you filter your wallets?
14. Can you watch your transactions on the block explorer?

This application is licensed under the GPL version 3. There is no warranty and no party shall be made liable to you for damages. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be given. Use this app solely at your own risk.

The application may have unfound bugs and problems. To leave feedback: 
1. PM me
2. Email: [email protected]
3. Post reports of errors in this topic.

Important:
Groestlcoin Armory uses a filename .wallet instead of wallet.dat (like in Groestlcoin Core). Back up your files by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.
The multi-signature addresses starts with a "3" and not with a "F".
• Location Windows: Navigate to C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Roaming\GroestlcoinArmory (or open windows explorer and enter %appdata%\GroestlcoinArmory) and back up your .wallet file by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.
• Location Mac: Navigate to ~/Libarary/Application Support/GroestlcoinArmory and back up your .wallet file by making a copy of it and moving it to a secure location.

You can download it using the links below:
Download Windows Wallet here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/GroestlcoinArmory/releases/download/v0.93.99.1/GroestlcoinArmory_x64.msi
Download the OSX DMG Wallet here: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/GroestlcoinArmory/releases/download/v0.93.99.1/groestlcoin-armory_osx.tar.gz
Compile the Linux wallet: https://github.com/GroestlCoin/GroestlcoinArmory#building-groestlcoin-armory-from-source

Source code:
https://github.com/GroestlCoin/GroestlcoinArmory

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