Electrum

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Long-standing Python-based Bitcoin wallet with good security features. Private keys are encrypted and do not touch the internet and balance is checked with a watch-only wallet. Compatible with other wallets, so there is no tie-in, and funds can be recovered with your secret seed. It supports proof-checking to verify transactions using SPV, multi-sig, and add-ons for compatibility with hardware wallets. A decentralized server indexes ledger transactions, meaning it's fast and doesn't require much disk space. The potential security issue here would not be with the wallet, but rather your PC - you must ensure your computer is secure and your wallet has a long, strong passphrase to encrypt it with.

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Electrum Source Code

Author

spesmilo

Description

Electrum Bitcoin Wallet

#bitcoin#bitcoin-wallet#electrum#lightning#lightning-network#python

Homepage

https://electrum.org

License

MIT

Created

02 Aug 12

Last Updated

18 May 24

Latest version

seed_v10

Primary Language

Python

Size

59,722 KB

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7,160

Forks

2,993

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Recent Commits

  • SomberNight (16 May 24)

    ecc: "public key could not be parsed" exception to contain pubkey bytes also consolidate naming of variables somewhat related: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/9052

  • Robert (16 May 24)

    fix apparmor issue (#9047) fix apparmor issue Co-authored-by: ghost43 <[email protected]>

  • Sander van Grieken (16 May 24)

    qml: log error if not able to retrieve private key for address

  • Sander van Grieken (15 May 24)

    wizard: fix wrong icon and icon disappearing when resuming unfinished wallet

  • accumulator (15 May 24)

    Merge pull request #9053 from hugehope/master chore: fix some typos

  • hugehope (15 May 24)

    chore: fix some typos Signed-off-by: hugehope <[email protected]>

  • ThomasV (09 May 24)

    Merge pull request #9042 from accumulator/qml_lightning_budget_preference qml: expose LIGHTNING_PAYMENT_BUDGET_FEE_MAX_MILLIONTHS in preferences

  • Sander van Grieken (09 May 24)

    qml: expose LIGHTNING_PAYMENT_BUDGET_FEE_MAX_MILLIONTHS in preferences

  • ThomasV (09 May 24)

    Merge pull request #9041 from SomberNight/202405_tramp1 trampoline: use exponential search for fees, capped by configurable budget

  • SomberNight (06 May 24)

    qt settings: expose LIGHTNING_PAYMENT_BUDGET_FEE_MAX_MILLIONTHS Expose as a slider; perhaps it is less footgunny this way?

  • SomberNight (06 May 24)

    lnworker: move around some logging re PaySession, also log budget

  • SomberNight (06 May 24)

    lnworker: make PaymentFeeBudget defaults configurable - make PaymentFeeBudget proportional fee and flat cutoff fee configurable - closes https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/7622 - increase flat cutoff fee default to 10 sat - closes https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/7669 - rm RouteEdge.is_sane_to_use() (per edge limit) and just rely on budgets (per route limit)

  • ThomasV (07 May 24)

    submarine swaps: separate server logic from transport

  • SomberNight (06 May 24)

    trampoline: rm hardcoded TRAMPOLINE_FEES. just use exponential search Values for exponential search are based on available fee budget: we try with budget/64, budget/32, ..., budget/1 (spread uniformly among the selected Trampoline Forwarders). Hence, if we make the fee budget configurable, that will usefully affect the trampoline fees as well. related https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/9033

  • SomberNight (06 May 24)

    qml: qeinvoice: fix regression in update_userinfo follow-up 3b0cdef871a67403bf454541b2fc6da6638667bc ``` 29.60 | E | lnworker.LNWallet.[test_segwit_2] | Exception in pay_invoice: TypeError("unhashable type: 'list'") Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/util.py", line 1153, in wrapper return await func(*args, **kwargs) File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/lnworker.py", line 1518, in pay_invoice self.set_invoice_status(key, PR_INFLIGHT) File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/lnworker.py", line 2404, in set_invoice_status util.trigger_callback('invoice_status', self.wallet, key, status) File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/util.py", line 1796, in trigger_callback callback(*args) File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/gui/qml/qeinvoice.py", line 90, in on_event_invoice_status self.update_userinfo() File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/gui/qml/qeinvoice.py", line 327, in update_userinfo self.userinfo = userinfo_for_invoice_status([self.status]) File "/home/user/wspace/electrum/electrum/gui/qml/qeinvoice.py", line 305, in userinfo_for_invoice_status return { TypeError: unhashable type: 'list' ```

  • ThomasV (06 May 24)

    submarine_swaps: move http calls to method

  • SomberNight (01 May 24)

    scripts: rm bip70.py this script has been broken for 5+ years

  • ThomasV (30 Apr 24)

    Merge pull request #9031 from SomberNight/202404_bytes_vs_hex bitcoin.py/transaction.py: API changes: rm most hex usage

  • SomberNight (29 Apr 24)

    transaction: tx.sign API change: rm hex usage

  • SomberNight (26 Apr 24)

    bitcoin.py/transaction.py: API changes: rm most hex usage Instead of some functions operating with hex strings, and others using bytes, this consolidates most things to use bytes. This mainly focuses on bitcoin.py and transaction.py, and then adapts the API usages in other files. Notably, - scripts, - pubkeys, - signatures should be bytes in almost all places now.

  • SomberNight (29 Apr 24)

    constants: add some more type hints

  • ThomasV (28 Apr 24)

    Merge pull request #9029 from goodmost/master jade.py: fix some typos

  • goodmost (28 Apr 24)

    jade.py: fix some typos Signed-off-by: goodmost <[email protected]>

  • SomberNight (25 Apr 24)

    network: re-detect is_proxy_tor every time we connect to a server This avoids some false negatives for is_proxy_tor. (previously we only set is_proxy_tor when the proxy settings were changed) In particular, consider scenario: - Tor browser not running - user sets "localhost:9150" as proxy - detection sets network.is_proxy_tor to False - user starts Tor browser - network, due to retries, finds proxy working and connects to some servers - network.is_proxy_tor remains False

  • ThomasV (24 Apr 24)

    Merge pull request #9020 from SomberNight/202404_bitstring2 dependencies: remove bitstring

  • SomberNight (24 Apr 24)

    lnworker: add_peer: no DNS lookup if a proxy is set, to avoid a DNS-leak closes https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/9002

  • SomberNight (24 Apr 24)

    dependencies: remove bitstring - `bitstring` started depending on `bitarray` in version 4.1 [0] - that would mean one additional dependency for us (from yet another maintainer), which is not even pure python - we only use bitstring for bolt11-parsing - hence this PR rewrites the bolt11-parsing and removes `bitstring` as dependency - note: I benchmarked lndecode using [1], and the new code performs better, taking around 80% time needed for old code (when using bitstring 3.1.9, pure python). Though the variance is quite large in both cases. [0]: https://github.com/scott-griffiths/bitstring/blob/95ee533ee4040b4480da1ead548eab2459e8e573/release_notes.txt#L108 [1]: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/commit/d7597d96d0c336838adb32e3e175d3ea6f9763e8

  • Sander van Grieken (24 Apr 24)

    qml: lightning invoice status can be one of onchain invoice states when using fallback address. (fixes #9018)

  • Sander van Grieken (24 Apr 24)

    qt: normalize wallet path before lookup in window list

  • SomberNight (19 Apr 24)

    win build: remove deprecated apt-key for winehq key ``` Warning: apt-key is deprecated. Manage keyring files in trusted.gpg.d instead (see apt-key(8)). ``` from https://github.com/Electron-Cash/Electron-Cash/commit/5b40744831f367d800f7832d89375991374af142

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