Send & receive instantly. Restore wallets in seconds. Node fully syncs in minutes.
Transact via file, http(s), or TOR. 100% compatible with grin-wallet. No port forwarding required.
Ultra-modular design. Powerful multi-user wallet. Adjustable caching.
Windows, Linux, MacOS are supported. Full AES w/scrypt encryption to protect your coins and privacy are implemented. Also, passwords never stored in memory.
Control how you spend the coins in your wallet when sending a transaction. You can choose what addresses will be the ones sending the coins and which of the coins you have received will be used.
With Grin++ you can create multiple accounts separately. A crypto wallet works just like a bank account where we can store the transactions made, can use to send and receive digital currency.
Windows 7 or later (64 bit only)
Ubuntu 16.04.2+, Debian 10+ (64 bit only)
macOS High Sierra (10.13) or later (64 bit only)
With users worldwide, Grin++ is available on more than 5 different languages.
A community funded Security Audit was performed by SmartDec. The task was to find and describe security issues in the code base of the platform. The code was completely manually analyzed taking into consideration the Mimblewimble protocol specification and the C++ source code. Recommendations were properly followed and critical issues mitigated.
Grin is a lightweight implementation of the Mimblewimble protocol. The main goal and characteristics of the Grin project are: Privacy, Scalability, Simplicity, Cryptography and Decentralization. All outputs in Grin are unique and have no common data with any previous output. Instead of relying on a known address to send money, transactions have to be built interactively, with two (or more) wallets exchanging data with one another. This interaction does not require both parties to be online at the same time. Grin wants to be usable for everyone — regardless of borders, culture, skills or access; to know more about about Grin, please visit GRIN.MW
C++, TypeScript, NodeJS
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