The zkSNACKs coordinator in Wasabi Wallet 2.0 offers an initial coordinator fee of 0.3% which only fresh coinjoin UTXOs will pay. Remixes (even after one transaction), Wasabi Wallet 1.0 coinjoin outputs and UTXOs of 0.01 BTC or less pay no coordinator fees in Wasabi Wallet 2.0 coinjoins.
Though Wasabi’s initial design was based on Nopara73’s vision of a privacy-focused bitcoin wallet , the UI has served its purpose and it’s now time for an upgrade – Wasabi Wallet 2.0.
“Lightning is the one and only scalable solution for Bitcoin, which is non-custodial. So this is a super important property. So we want to scale Bitcoin in a non-custodial way, but also even maybe even more importantly at the end of the day, we want to preserve privacy.
The QR Code feature adds an increased level of security by enabling users to scan a QR code when sending their BTC address using the computers’ camera. Bitcoin addresses or a Payjoin URL will be scanned automatically.
Wasabi Wallet now uses the newest version of Bitcoin Knots (V0.21.1) on its backend after previously using a patched version due to a mempool issue where files over 32mb could not be serialized.
By now, you might have seen the weekly announcements for the Wasabi Research Club. To satisfy your curiosity, this is a weekly meeting, where Wasabikas discuss bitcoin privacy. The value of collecting […]
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2020 has been a big year for Wasabi Wallet. Instead of writing about it, we will just show you what we’ve been up to:
From Bitcoin ATMs to Lightning Network. We’ve asked a few of our wasabikas what some of their favourite things about Bitcoin were that made this year a bit more bearable. Here’s what […]