I’m proud to announce the availability of Peerunity 0.1.0! Binaries for Windows, Linux and OS X (10.7+) are available through the Peerunity project repository on Github.
What is Peerunity?
Peerunity is a Peercoin network-compatible, community-developed wallet client.
The project has been designed to provide people with a stable, secure, and feature-rich alternative to the Peercoin v0.4.0 reference wallet (http://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin).
What is included in Peerunity?
[ul][li]Peerunity branded UI (new icons and text and content labels)[/li]
[li]“Unlock for Minting Only” menu item[/li]
[li]“Coin Control” functionality[/li]
[li]createmultisig RPC call added[/li]
[li]-walletnotify command added[/li][/ul]
Protocol Bug Fixes:
[ul][li]New stakes will be displayed after a successful block mint without having to restart the client.[/li]
[li]When a proof-of-stake block was minted, the sum of the resulting balance (block reward + stake) was incorrectly being doubled when displayed through the listaccounts RPC call. This was only a display issue and did not affect the GUI or when getbalance was called.[/li]
[li]In the Options dialog, the mandatory transaction fee description was updated with accurate details about how the Peercoin network fees worked. Previously, the text referred to how the Bitcoin network’s fees are processed.[/li]
[li]Updated compilation instructions for building on OS X (with MacPorts or Homebrew, for 10.8.x or 10.9.x)[/li][/ul]
[ul][li]French language translation updates[/li]
[li]Norwegian language translation updates[/li]
[li]Chinese (Simplified) language translation updates[/li][/ul]
What if I run into a problem, or need support?
Please report any issues you encounter through the Peerunity Issue tracker on Github, or, if you don’t have a Github account, and don’t plan on creating one, create a topic here on PeercoinTalk.org on the Peerunity board.