Entries by Mikael

[Announcement – March 29th 2018]

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.

Windows 32-Bit Desktop Wallet available

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 […]

New Version: Update your Daemons, CLI- and GUI-Wallets:

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 – […]

Wallet for 32 and 64 Bit now available

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 […]

Daemon Config Manual

Qwertycoind can accept settings through a configuration file. This is the output of daemon’s help command on acceptable parameters: all of the command line options can be defined through the configuration file. Command line options:   –help Produce help message   –version Output version information   –os-version   –data-dir arg Specify data directory   –config-file arg(=qwertycoin.conf) Specify configuration file Command […]

Blockchain Installation

To synchronize your Qwertycoin software with the network faster, you may download blockchain file. Unpack the downloaded blockchain archive. Move the extracted files blockindexes.dat and blocks.dat to the standard Qwertycoin folder (replace existing files if necessary): Windows: C:\Users\%user_name%\AppData\Roaming\qwertycoin\ OSX/Linux: ~/.qwertycoin/ Relaunch your Qwertycoin software.

Reference Client Manual

Qwertycoin works through 2 separate binary files operated through command line: qwertycoind– daemon to synchronize the blockchain and mine qwertycoin. simplewallet – wallet to receive and send funds. Install Qwertycoin Unzip the archive to one separate folder Download blockchain archive and unpack it to: Windows: C:\Users\%user_name%\AppData\Roaming\qwertycoin\ OSX/Linux: ~/.qwertycoin/ Launch Qwertycoin Open qwertycoind. For downloadable Linux […]

Qwertycoin Wallet Manual

Once you open Qwertycoin Wallet, it will automatically create your first Qwertycoin address and start synchronizing with the network. It is highly recommended that you encrypt your new wallet with a password. Leaving the wallet unprotected makes it vulnerable in case your system is compromised. To encrypt your wallet, choose “Settings” menu and then “Encrypt […]

Import Paperwallet in Desktop Wallet

Import your Paperwallet into Desktop Wallet with only a few clicks: You Need: Your paperwallet generated “Keys for GUI Wallet” to complete these Tutorial. 1. Open Qwertycoin Wallet and go to “File > Import private key“. 2. Paste here your “Keys for GUI Wallet”-key into these Popup and set your location where you wanna store […]