We’re happy to announce the release of the Qwertycoin wallet v3.0.0 for Windows, macOS & Linux!

Get your download HERE: https://qwertycoin.org/downloads

It is a MUST that you DO NOT try and use any cached data from the old software.
This new wallet version relies on the new blockchain, and must be synced from scratch.

Read the instructions twice before starting (especially if it’s your first time).
Join our Telegram Channel if you have any questions – Qwertycoin Community.

IMPORTANT:

DO NOT use a copy of your old blockchain file as part of this upgrade process!
(Seriously, we can’t emphasize this enough. You won’t save time and will only be disappointed with the results.)

 

Step-by-step instructions:
Read more

The Qwertycoin team is happy to announce a facelift for the Qwertycoin website! Check it out now: https://qwertycoin.org – the team has been hard at work giving the website a much needed overhaul in the past few weeks to bring you information better than before. We’re happy for any & all feedback, if you have something to say let us know! We hope you enjoy.

– The Qwertycoin team.

Since being listed on CREX24 on April 25, 2018 Qwertycoin has passed several notable milestones.  Those milestones include trading volume, price support and blocks mined.

The volume of trading on the CREX24 has exceeded management teams expectations as well as the level of price support.

The first official day started well into the trading day and found volumes near 29M QWC. Day two volume over 113M QWC traded and on day 3 volumes reached 211M QWC.  Day four is looking good with over 325M QWC traded and opportunity to further extend today’s record volume. These volume levels on CREX24 put us well above some peer Cryptonote coins such as Karbo and BBSCoin.  Currently in 8th place based on CREX24 volume we currently rank only ahead of widely recognized Litecoin, Ethereum Classic and Zcash.

While there were some in QWC community that predicted a race to the bottom because of a minimum price of 0.01 sat.  In fact we have seen much the opposite with prices peaking at 5 sat before settling  near 0.12 sat.  As this is being written we are seeing levels rising to 0.18 and 0.22 sat. Rising or falling price levels are in a large part dependant on the continued support of the QWC community.

Another milestone which QWC recently achieved is 60,000 blocks mined.   It was our plan to become listed on an exchange after 60,000 blocks, as evidenced we are pleased that we were able to beat that goal by several thousand blocks.

As a management team we have to give HUGE KUDOS to all the members of the QWC community for their direct and indirect support on CREX24, Telegram, Discord and Reddit!  This was all accomplished due to your community support without premining or a QWC ICO.

Thank you for your amazing support!

The Qwertycoin Management Team

We’re happy to announce the release of the Qwertycoin wallet v2.2.2 for Windows & Linux! (Mac in testing)

Get your download HERE: https://qwertycoin.org/downloads

It is a MUST that you DO NOT try and use any cached data from the old software.
This new wallet version relies on the new blockchain, and must be synced from scratch.

Read the instructions twice before starting (especially if it’s your first time).
Join our Telegram Channel if you have any questions – Qwertycoin Community.

IMPORTANT:

DO NOT use a copy of your old blockchain file as part of this upgrade process!
(Seriously, we can’t emphasize this enough. You won’t save time and will only be disappointed with the results.)

 

Step-by-step instructions:
Read more

The Qwertycoin management team is pleased to announce the listing of Qwertycoin under the symbol QWC on the CREX24 exchange.

For those who would like to purchase or sell QWC we recommend that you open an account on CREX24 if you have not already done so. This is a great opportunity for both buyers and sellers. The Qwertycoin management team looks at this as one of the first steps on the roadmap to increasing the utility and value of the QWC coin.

The Qwertycoin Management Team

We’re happy to announce the release of the Qwertycoin wallet v2.2.1 for Windows, Mac & Linux!
This wallet update is to resolve issues with prior software connecting to false nodes after the updates over the past few days.

Get your download HERE: https://qwertycoin.org/downloads

It is a MUST that you DO NOT try and use any cached data from the old software.
This new wallet version relies on the new blockchain, and must be synced from scratch.

IMPORTANT:

DO NOT use a copy of your old blockchain file as part of this upgrade process!
(Seriously, we can’t emphasize this enough. You won’t save time and will only be disappointed with the results.)
Step-by-step instructions:
Read more

Dear all QWC members,

https://freewallet.org/vote

If you would like QWC mobile wallet to be released by Freewallet, please go to the link and vote. All of us can help this coin grow much faster if we act together.

Thank you for your support in advance.

Wallet for 32 and 64 Bit now available

32-Bit Wallet is successfully tested on Windows 10 32-Bit. Download here: https://qwertycoin.org/get/cli/latest/windows32

We updated our Download Section: https://qwertycoin.org/downloads/

You can now find there: Latest GUI for Windows 64 Bit and also for 32 Bit, a Version for Linux (Ubuntu) and also for Mac OS High Sierra.
Otherwise you can find there a Reference Client (CLI) for every Operation System and of course a RPC Wallet Version for such a e-commerce Project

Please update your Daemons, CLI- and GUI-Wallets:

Release notes Qwertycoin 1.8.0

– Android platform support
– Added logging to blockchain synchronizer
– Refactored mnemonics
– Fixed memory leaks in mnemonics
– Fixed memory leak in simplewallet
– Fixed memory leak in cn_slow_hash
– Minor optimization of JSON KV-serializer
– LoggerMessage implementation is now platform-independent
– Deterministic wallets and Mnemonic seed, courtesy of Monero Developers
– Various build fixes
– Transactions confirmations in RPC response for walletd
– Log file location for simplewallet
– New RPC methods
– Support for solo GPU mining
– Additional validation and attribution

Windows:
https://qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/windows64
https://qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/windows32
MacOS:
https://qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/macos
Linux:
https://qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/linux

Including the new RPC-Server with fix Issues with showing pending Transactions in memory pool.
We also decrease the 60,000 Blocksize Upgrade to now: 40,000 Goal! After this Block, the new Block size will be much larger.

Make sure to update before Height 60,000 is reached.

We updated our Download Section: https://qwertycoin.org/downloads/

You can now find there: Latest GUI for Windows 64 Bit and also for 32 Bit, a Version for Linux (Ubuntu) and also for Mac OS High Sierra.
Otherwise you can find there a Reference Client (CLI) for every Operation System and of course a RPC Wallet Version for such a e-commerce Project