New and Improved Ethereum Wallet 0.3.9 (Beta 6) Released

30 Jan
2016

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The official Ethereum graphical wallet is improving and getting more user friendly with each new beta release, making it easier for people that are not very happy with the console only clients such as geth and eth. The wallet relies on geth (by default) or eth as a backend and provides a user friendly interface with the most important information and functions available to the user without requiring him to type console commands to execute them. The latest Beta 6 release makes it easier to backup your wallet by adding a menu command that takes you directly tot he folder where your wallet is being stored, so the only thing you need to do is to copy the file in a safe location. The new wallet comes with a button called Deposit using Bitcoin that invokes integrated support for ShapeShift allowing you to easily and quickly buy Ether coins and have them easily transferred to your Ethereum wallet. Although the button is called Deposit with Bitcoin you can actually use other altcoins supported by ShapeShift to purchase Ethereum with the needed support built-in right into the wallet. Another useful new addition is that the wallet will now show historical prices from the time of the transaction thanks to integration with the CryptoCompare service, so you will know what was the exact fiat value of the Ethereum transaction at the moment you have made it.

To download an try out the latest official Ethereum GUI Wallet 0.3.9 (Beta 6)…



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4 Responses to New and Improved Ethereum Wallet 0.3.9 (Beta 6) Released

Tino

February 2nd, 2016 at 13:18

Hi, I have this wallet installed synced all ok. Sent some ether to the wallet from Kraken all fine. Now I’d like to test the other way arround. Sending ether to kraken was not possible. The coins are NOT in my Wallet anymore nor on Kraken. Coins lost? Whats should I do? Thank you

admin

February 2nd, 2016 at 13:37

You should check the transaction ID on a blockchain explorer such as http://www.etherchain.org to see what has happened with the transaction and if it says that the coins have arrived to the destination address in Kraken, then you should contact the support of the exchange to figure out what is the problem…

Tino

February 2nd, 2016 at 14:41

Hi admin, thanks for fast feedback. On the wallet it says 7.70 ether went out, on etherscan the value is 0: 0x917012c07dfeb3b9662263675f2d5db4ba4467791d29e21243fdbf13069f0206. You think is a problem of Kraken?

admin

February 2nd, 2016 at 15:54

According to the block explorer there is a transaction for 7.7 ETH sent to the following address 0xdf16b8731b11405c11d60b68b2f00655b312c10e

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