ElectrumSV 1.3.0

What has changed in this release?

Your wallet data is now stored in a database

Wallet files are now SQLite databases.

Introduction of wallet accounts

The new wallet wizard shown when a user starts ElectrumSV.
A newly created wallet with no acount created yet.
A newly created wallet and account.
An older wallet migrated to ElectrumSV 1.3.0.

A notification center highlights important information

New notification center related UI elements have been added.
The message we currently display reminding users to back up their account.

Extended support for label importing and exporting

Clicking the “Force download” button will result in a dialog for export.
An overview of the consequences of importing a file of labels.

Multi-signature account creation has changed

Select the “Multi-signature” option when creating an account.
Select how many signers there are, and how many signatures are needed for a transaction.
The list of co-signers to provide information for.

Limited amount of initial documentation

Final notes

What changed before this release?




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