Introducing Wasabi Wallet v2.0.4 – The Faster Than Fast Latest Version

United States, 25th Aug 2023, King NewsWire Wasabi Wallet, the leading privacy-focused open-source Bitcoin wallet, is thrilled to announce the release of Wasabi v2.0.4, a groundbreaking update that takes speed, privacy, and user experience to new heights. Designed with user-centricity in mind, this release enhances wallet loading times, amplifies transaction speed, strengthens privacy measures, and introduces innovative features for both novice and experienced users.

Key Highlights of Wasabi v2.0.4:

1. Turbocharged Wallet Loading

Wasabi Wallet v2.0.4 incorporates a revolutionary filter checking process called “Turbosync,” drastically slashing wallet loading times by up to 90%. Through intelligent key prioritization and code optimization, this feature accelerates the loading of your wallet’s data, ensuring you spend less time waiting and more time transacting securely.

2. Speedier Transaction Confirmations

The release empowers users to accelerate transaction confirmations using Child Pays For Parent (CPFP) and Replace By Fee (RBF) techniques. Incoming transactions can now be confirmed faster, while outgoing transactions can dynamically adjust their confirmation priority or even be canceled, all seamlessly and efficiently.

3. Privacy Warnings and Improvement Suggestions

Enhanced privacy warnings and suggestions have been integrated to prevent inadvertent exposure of non-private funds. Notifications guide users when consolidating UTXOs or spending unconfirmed funds, enabling confident transactions without compromising privacy.

4. Enhanced CoinJoin Efficiency
Wasabi v2.0.4 redefines coinjoining for large transactions. High anonymity score targets require fewer coinjoin rounds to achieve 100% privacy, thanks to refined decomposition methods. This release also optimizes the number of outputs per round, streamlining the process while maintaining utmost privacy.

5. Introducing the Daemon

For experienced users, the release introduces a headless daemon and an improved RPC interface, allowing direct interaction with core features. This daemon, dubbed ‘wassabeed,’ enables background wallet operation through the RPC interface or command line interface, minimizing resource consumption.

6. QR Code Scanning on Linux

Wasabi now supports QR code scanning on Linux systems, simplifying the process of importing addresses from mobile devices. This feature boosts convenience, speed, and privacy for Linux and Windows users, with macOS support coming soon.

7. Database Migration to SQLite

The wallet loading speed receives an additional boost by migrating filters to an SQLite database, significantly reducing disk space requirements and bolstering resilience against file corruption.

8. Enhanced Dependencies and Bug Fixes

WasabiWallet v2.0.4 includes updates to essential dependencies, bug fixes, and UI refinements, ensuring a smoother and more secure user experience.
To learn more about the Wasabi Wallet v2.0.4 release, its features, and installation, visit the website Wasabi Wallet.

About Wasabi Wallet

Wasabi Wallet is a user-friendly, open-source, non-custodial Bitcoin wallet committed to safeguarding user privacy and security. With its innovative features and dedication to cutting-edge technology, Wasabi Wallet empowers users to take full control of their Bitcoin transactions while maintaining the highest standards of privacy.

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Requirements:

  • Windows 10 1607+
  • Windows 11 22000+
  • macOS 10.15+
  • Ubuntu 18.04+
  • Fedora 36+
  • Debian 10+

Media Contact

Organization: Wasabi Wallet

Contact Person: Jason Briggs

Website: https://wasabiwallet.in

Email: media@wasabiwallet.in

Country: United States

Release Id: 2508235823

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