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://oldie.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://oldie.qwertycoin.org/get/cli/latest/windows32

We updated our Download Section: https://oldie.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://oldie.qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/windows64
https://oldie.qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/windows32
MacOS:
https://oldie.qwertycoin.org/get/gui/latest/macos
Linux:
https://oldie.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://oldie.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

Desktop Wallet is now available.

Just go to Download Section and click on the specific Downloadlink for your Operationsystem.

We provide our GUI Wallet for Windows-64 Bit, MacOS and also for Linux.

Downloadlinks:

Official Github Release Page:

https://github.com/qwertycoin-org/qwertycoin-gui/releases

Qwertycoin is a cryptocurrency designed for people and for everyday use. It improves upon the original Bitcoin blockchain and aims to fulfill its initial purpose of providing individuals and businesses with a fast, efficient and decentralized way of making direct transactions while maintaining your privacy.

Qwertycoin QWC is a cryptocurrency, a kind of decentralized digital money, like Bitcoin. It is based on CryptoNote anonymous technology.
Nobody owns or controls Qwertycoin, it uses peer-to-peer technology and fair ASIC-resistant PoW mining process to operate with no central authority.

Qwertycoin provides instant worldwide privacy protected transactions and untraceable encrypted payment transfers with almost zero processing fees in decentralized peer-to-peer users network. Mathematics secures the QWC network and empowers individuals to control their own finances and information.

Your private key is your bank account, with no censorship and surveillance.