Juggernaut release 2.0.6 is out

Wasabi Wallet has released a new software update with its 2.0.6 version. It adds compatibility for two popular hardware devices, Blockstream Jade and BitBox02, with significant performance and privacy improvements.

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Your Anonymous Bitcoin Concierge: Buy Anything User Stories

The ‘Buy Anything’ button allows you to order any digital or physical item (over $1000) and pay with Bitcoin while protecting your privacy, brought to you by a partnership with ShopinBit.com. 

How Coinjoin Wallets Compare on Fees

If you want to know the details of how WabiSabi, Whirlpool and Joinmarket fee structures work, read on. We’ll define all the fees of a coinjoin transaction, the way fees are calculated for each protocol and finally, which one is better for many different user profiles. 

Smart Randomness: Skipping Coinjoin Rounds Based On Fee Rate

A new source of randomness was introduced in Wasabi v2.0.6 to improve the privacy of the coinjoin feature.

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Your Anonymous Bitcoin Concierge: Buy Anything User Stories

The ‘Buy Anything’ button allows you to order any digital or physical item (over $1000) and pay with Bitcoin while protecting your privacy, brought to you by a partnership with ShopinBit.com. 

How to Use Wasabi Wallet’s RPC Interface 

The usual way to use Wasabi is by using the Graphical User Interface (GUI), where the user can click buttons and navigate through the app using the cursor. Wasabi also […]

Only in Wasabi: Privacy Warnings and Suggestions

Version 2.0.4 introduced a comprehensive set of privacy warnings and suggestions that appear when you send funds. Warnings have three levels of severity, suggestions are actions you can take to keep your privacy intact. 

Smart Randomness: Skipping Coinjoin Rounds Based On Fee Rate

A new source of randomness was introduced in Wasabi v2.0.6 to improve the privacy of the coinjoin feature.

How to Use BitBox02 (New) with Wasabi Wallet

Announcing that BitBox02 is now compatible with Wasabi Wallet as of the Juggernaut Release 2.0.6.

Load Time Reduced by an Additional 60% in Version 2.0.6

Read about the changes that contribute to quicker launch times, including the migration of transaction data to a database and optimizations for handling multiple wallets.

Introducing Support for Blockstream Jade on Wasabi Wallet

We’re excited to announce that you can now use your Blockstream Jade with Wasabi Wallet. Combining the privacy benefits of Wasabi with the self-custody security of Jade is a match made in heaven.

Deeper Privacy with Safety Coinjoins

“Safety coinjoins” are triggered by default to ensure a minimum amount of remixing for users who choose to minimize costs or maximize speed. This feature anticipates how coins might be spent in the future to prevent guesses from being made based on a specific user behaviour.

Time is Money: DoS (Denial of Service) Fortification and Coinjoin Time Preference

As a result of months of hard work by the Wasabi and Tor developers, updated statistics from October 2023 show that the overall success rate has more than doubled since the previous year, with over 50% of new rounds and over 80% of blame rounds succeeding.

How Coinjoin Wallets Compare on Fees

If you want to know the details of how WabiSabi, Whirlpool and Joinmarket fee structures work, read on. We’ll define all the fees of a coinjoin transaction, the way fees are calculated for each protocol and finally, which one is better for many different user profiles. 

Friends and Plebs Don’t Pay Wasabi Coinjoin Fees

In this article, we’ll explain how Wasabi coinjoin fees work, how it differs from Wasabi Wallet 1 with Free Remixing, what Friends don’t pay means, the importance of accessibility in coinjoin transactions, what Plebs don’t pay means, why mining fees are never waived, and finally how to minimize mining fees in a high-fee environment.

10 Crazy Christmas Gifts You Can Buy Through Wasabi Wallet

You can buy anything (legal) through the Wasabi Wallet interface with the Buy Anything feature in partnership with ShopInBit. The argument that using coinjoin makes your coins unspendable is no longer valid.

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