Weekly Edition for Thursday, Oct 27
Wasabi is an easy to use, privacy-focused, open-source, non-custodial, Bitcoin wallet
:onion: Tor latency optimization for more frequent coinjoins :probing_cane: New privacy progress indicator :eyeglasses: Improvements on anonymity scoring :arrow_up_small: Minor UI improvements :bug: Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements
This major release includes countless optimizations to how Wasabi uses the Tor network, most notably now the Wasabi client uses Tor exit nodes to talk to the backend, greatly improving reliability and increasing the frequency and size of coinjoin rounds. On the home screen is now a privacy progress bar, showing the size of coins and their privacy level. This view can be expanded to see a progress ring, with additional information about the coins. Also included are the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.
Download the operating system relevant software package and install Wasabi like you would any other software on your computer. For a detailed installation guide, including signature verification, see the documentation.
If you want to build or update Wasabi from source code, check out these easy instructions.