Slow Fog Alert: The world's leading bitcoin wallet Electrum updates the phishing theft continues.
The veteran Bitcoin desktop wallet client Electrum has released the official version of 4.0, adding support for several important updates, such as the Lightning network, and has released an updated version 4.0.1. Electrum adds features such as PSBT (partially signed Bitcoin transactions), Lightning Network, watchtowers (暸 watchtowers) and Submarineswaps (subliminal switching) for version 4.0.
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Electrum is one of the most popular Bitcoin wallets and now supports Lightning Network payments.
The problem is that Mixer has a higher threshold for use than regular transfers. The average user has a lot of new concepts to learn, from choosing the right Mixer product for them to being really safe to use. It's also important to note that without Mixer, you can fully protect your transfer privacy. For example, the user transferred a sum directly to Mixer and then raised it directly with the new address two minutes later. If the Mixer contract happens to be called by no one else during this time, it is easy to identify.
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If someone's Electrum wallet connects to one of these servers and tries to send a BTC transaction, they see an official message telling them to update their Electrum wallet, as well as a scam URL.
"The initial version has BCH and BTC, and by integrating elements from BTC Electrum into BCH Electron Cash - other Bitcoin-compatible coins can be added later, such as litecoin, dash, doge, etc.," the developer explains in detail.
At least since December, Electrum users have lost more than 771 bitcoins as a result of phishing attacks, Malwarebytes said on Dec. According to App estimates, the bitcoins are now worth more than $4 million.
Mn how to improve Bitcoin is defined in Bitcoin Recommendation 39. It is important to note that BIP-39 is an implementation of the mn? There is also a different standard, using a different set of words, used by the Electrum wallet, and earlier than BIP-39. The BIP-39 was proposed by the company behind Trezor Hardware Wallet and is not compatible with the implementation of Electrum. However, BIP-39 has now received extensive industry support in dozens of interoperable practice cases and should be considered a de facto industry standard.