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Disclaimer:
This is a copy of the original announcement made by one of the developers,
Adam Ficsor, alias nopara73 on the 31st of october on medium.com:

https://medium.com/@nopara73/wasabi-1-stable-f8bc5e48289f


Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Is Released

The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks


I am speechless. Anonymous Bitcoin… at last. The past three years of my life
has been leading up to this moment. Announcing the 1.0 release of Wasabi
Wallet makes me excited, but also… terrified. Once in a while something
happens that completely changes the course of history and this is such a
moment. It is a truly historic one. If it goes well, after Bitcoin takes over the
world, we will live in a free one, and not in an enslaved one. There is still a lot
to do. A lot to build, a lot to refine, but the genie is out of the bottle and it will
be bloody hard to stop it.

Happy 10th Bitcoin whitepaper anniversary to everyone!


Download Wasabi

…from its website over the clearnet or over Tor.

Wasabi In A Nutshell

Wasabi is a privacy focused, Bitcoin wallet for Windows, Linux and OSX. It is
the only deployed truly light wallet that protects you from information leak
against network adversary. Wasabi has a high volume built in mixing
functionality, based on Chaumian CoinJoin. Wasabi also comes with an
advanced coin control feature and an intra-wallet blockchain analysis tool to
help you make educated decisions at spending.
It is easier to use than it sounds.



For the insider jokes, credit goes for varsnotwars

Find Out More…

 * ZeroLink Research
 * Wasabi Source Code
 * History of Wasabi Video Presentation
 * Technical Overview of Wasabi and Plans for the Future


I Don’t Need Privacy Right Now, Maybe Later

Anonymity Loves Company.
The more users use Wasabi, the more privacy it
provides and the faster it provides it. Anonymity systems need to be bootstrapped
and this is why Wasabi needs you and it needs you right now.



Screenshot of Wasabi’s Status box before the 1.0 Release

Fire up your Wasabi and start providing liquidity for CoinJoins to bootstrap
the system and to make Bitcoin fungible again!

https://wasabiwallet.io/



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Wasabi Wallet in a Nutshell by @patestevao
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Nice! I'm just checking in here, so the I'll be notified by the replies to this thread.

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November 07, 2018, 06:24:00 AM
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A privacy wallet for Bitcoin that's out of Beta, nicely done. Can't say I've heard about this before, so wonder where all the beta testing took place. By chance, any link to Samourai (gleaning from the Japanese inspiration...).

Definitely want to try this out, even if the fact that it's native Segwit only might mean (by their own admission) some form of privacy lost (but only revealing Wasabi coinjoin utxo).

Only note that possible leaks could happen with wallet recovery... and I recover my wallets quite often! Just because I delete the client after using on most devices.

Still... looks a decent light client on paper. Anyone else give this a whirl?

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By chance, any link to Samourai (gleaning from the Japanese inspiration...).

yes. the wasabi wallet features the zerolink protocol.
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What does 0.1 btc minimum mean? Does it mean I must have a minimum of 0.1BTC to participate in a coinjoin tx?


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What does 0.1 btc minimum mean? Does it mean I must have a minimum of 0.1BTC to participate in a coinjoin tx?


This means that the input you are using to participate in the coinjoin features has to be more than 0.1 BTC.

So, owning more than 0.1 BTC is not enough, you need to use/spend more than 0.1 BTC in such a transaction.

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November 07, 2018, 10:13:55 AM
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I've heard about Wasabi mostly on Reddit, nice to finally see a thread about it on Bitcointalk. I was already wondering when you'd show up Smiley

I have yet to test-drive this wallet, but it's definitely good to see some innovation in the Bitcoin wallet space.

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What does 0.1 btc minimum mean? Does it mean I must have a minimum of 0.1BTC to participate in a coinjoin tx?


This means that the input you are using to participate in the coinjoin features has to be more than 0.1 BTC.

So, owning more than 0.1 BTC is not enough, you need to use/spend more than 0.1 BTC in such a transaction.
Yeah, figured. But that would be stupid to say you need to have 0.1BTC in the wallet but need not use it.

Unfortunately the coins I want to put in a coinjoin is only 0.01BTC. rip

Thanks for reading my post.
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0.1BTC minimum sucks. On the bright side the intuition is clear with Unequal Input Mixing, it just needs some more research: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/Meta/blob/master/README.md#unequal-input-mixing

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Are there any plans to implement more privacy-focused features like TumbleBit? I have been told that Breeze wallet did that but until now, I'm not sure what are the differences between it and CoinJoin and If it's any better.


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This is interesting. White the thread is primarily about privacy can you post
Details about the security, private keys, seeds. I currently use Exodus desktop
wallet and we all know there is a degree of centralisation there.
How would Wasabi be different jn this regard?
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Are there any plans to implement more privacy-focused features like TumbleBit? I have been told that Breeze wallet did that but until now, I'm not sure what are the differences between it and CoinJoin and If it's any better.

You can read about our plan under the "IV. Bitcoin Privacy Improvements" section of our "A Technical Overview of Wasabi Wallet, Future Ideas, Plans and Strategy" document: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/Meta/#iv-bitcoin-privacy-improvements 

Regarding TumbleBit: no. I spent a year of trying to make that work, but when I wrote the blog post "TumbleBit vs CoinJoin" (https://medium.com/@nopara73/tumblebit-vs-coinjoin-15e5a7d58e3) I realized we can do better with a specific type of CoinJoin, which at the time I called "CoinJoin as envisioned" and ended up designing and later implementing ZeroLink into Wasabi: https://github.com/nopara73/ZeroLink/

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Very interesting project.

Has there been some code review by trusted parties/programmers etc.?

Will definitly keep an eye on this!
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Very interesting project.

Has there been some code review by trusted parties/programmers etc.?

Will definitly keep an eye on this!
Thanks!

The wallet is not that new, It used to be called HiddenWallet and If you check the GitHub repository, you'll see the number of contributors, forks, stars etc. so the answer for your question is yes, this should be stable and safe to use If that's what you're asking.


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Upcoming Wasabi Wallet Hard Fork
During the developer meeting yesterday an interesting idea has been brought up that would enable us to…
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Why Bitcoin?
Or, why not?
A mental model, that can help you to decide what to work on and what to not work on.


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>> News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wasabiwallet
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February Tweets from the last weeks:

Wasabi meetup Toronto - February 21, 2019 - https://www.meetup.com/Toronto-BTC-Meetup/events/258693349/

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Today is #WasabiWednesday, take care of your privacy and make sure that your anonymity set is over 9000!!

@wasabiwallet

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@nopara73 gives an important talk on the current state of Bitcoin fungibility.
Although the NSA attempt to disrupt his talk mid-way 😂,
he provides an overview of all privacy technologies used in Bitcoin
https://vimeo.com/316635787

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[RELEASE] Wasabi Wallet v1.1.1: Partial Bitcoin Core Integration

Also includes .deb package for Debian and Ubuntu based Linuxes and other larger works.

https://wasabiwallet.io/#download

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1) Next week our Bitcoin TechDays are on!
What started as a plan for just another meetup escalated into a 2-day conference.
The community in Munich welcomes @BobMcElrath, @nopara73, @_JustinMoon_,
@digi_james, @renepickhardt, @kilrau, @sputn1ck and more!

https://bitcoin-techdays.org/

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We are listed on http://bitcoin.org  among the suggested wallets.

➡️ https://bitcoin.org/en/wallets/desktop/windows/wasabi/

! Reclaim your privacy now !

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Over 1540 successful mixing rounds!

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Robert Steinadler writing for the German website bitcoin-kurier.de released an article in German about the Wasabi Wallet on 25th February:

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Bitcoin transactions are not anonymous, but pseudonymous.
Although many users feel safe behind their computer, you can analyze transactions.
Many users are of the opinion that this is not bad. Is that so?

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Read the Article: "Privatsphäre mit Wasabi Wallet"
https://bitcoin-kurier.de/privatsphaere-mit-wasabi-wallet/

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