Note: Electrum-XZC is derived from Electrum and uses different seed phrase criteria, so it cannot be imported.
A new version of Electrum Wallet v0.18.16 was released.
With the recent release of the Electrum plug-in, Bitcoin Wallet Tracker (BWT) provides convenient one-click setup, which should soon become a popular option for individuals to build Electrum servers. And BWT is implemented in Rust language, so performance is sufficient to support the development of a back-end or payment processor for Bitcoin wallets. However, it is important to note that BWT is currently in an earlier alpha version and may contain some bugs, so use caution.
You buy bitcoins anonymously with cash and send them to your Electrum wallet.
Send the coin to another wallet for long-term bitcoin storage. There should be a full node behind the wallet, such as the Electrum node pointing to your own Electrum server.
You can use Security Seeds to recover your wallet on any Electrum client, even on the Electrum Wallet online web program.
Star Daily News Bitcoin Wallet Electrum official Twitter announced that the next version of Electrum will support Lightning online payments. Its lightning node implementation has been consolidated into the main branch of Electrum. Electrum also confirmed that the wallet will adopt a new implementation of in-house development written using Python. (Cointelegraph)
Bitcoin desktop wallet client Electrum has released a 4.0 beta version, adding several important updates, including support for the Lightning network, nearly a year after the previous version of Electrum, 3.3.8 (last July). In the 4.0 beta version, Electrum mainly added features such as PSBT (partially signed Bitcoin transactions), Lightning Network, watchtowers (暸 watchtowers) and Submarineswaps (subliminal switching). (Github)
Lydian founder Rory Brown outlines how to evaluate cryptocurrencies.
The average number of unconfirmed transactions in Bitcoin fell by 28.09 per cent this week, while the average number of unconfirmed transactions in Ethereum rose by 56.83 per cent. As of September 15, the average number of unconfirmed transactions in Bitcoin over seven days was 4,124, down 28.09 percent month-on-month. Ethereum has not confirmed the average number of transactions in 7 days.