Electrum LTC Wallet

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Instant on: Your client does not download the blockchain. It uses a network of specialized serversthat index the blockchain.

Safe: Your seed and private keys are encrypted on your hard drive. They are never sent to the servers.

Low trust: Information received from the servers is verified using SPV. Servers are authenticated using SSL.

No downtimes: Your client is not tied to a particular server; it will switch instantly if your server is down.

Ubiquitous: You can use the same wallet on different computers, they will synchronize automatically.

Cold Storage: Sign transactions from a computer that is always offline. Broadcast them using a machine that does not have your keys.

Reachable: You can export your private keys into other Bitcoin clients.

Established: Electrum is open source and was first released in November 2011.

Features:[edit]

  • Platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS
  • Validation Type: SPV
  • Wallet Features: Open Source
  • Anonymity: Medium
  • Security: Third Party
  • Ease Of Use: Average

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