Earlier today, a new version of Particl Electrum was released on Github. Whereas the previous version only enabled you to cold stake your funds using cold staking pools, Particl Electrum 18.104.22.168 is compatible with user-run staking nodes deployed through the Partyman cold staking app.
Additionally, Particl Electrum 22.214.171.124 lets you send funds to stealth addresses, although you can only send funds to one stealth address at a time.
Note: Stealth prefixes are currently unimplemented and ignored.
- If you are on Linux, please follow the installation notes available here carefully to ensure that you have the proper dependencies installed.
- To import an existing wallet, it must be in the bip39 legacy format.
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- If your computer complains about a missing
libsecp256k1library, install the package using
brew, or manually build it following these instructions.
How to Cold Stake Funds Stored on Particl Electrum Using Partyman
To setup cold staking usign Partyman, Particl Electrum must be initialised in legacy mode.
When using an extaddress as the cold staking change address, the wallet will derive new addresses to use for each change output created.
To avoid reusing addresses when using an existing extaddress keychain as the cold staking change address, run
extkey list true on your partyman (staking) node. Set the keys derived counter to the
num_derives_external field from that output where the extaddress matches.
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