Release Notes: The program was re-written in Qt/C++ and now builds on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It includes basic functionality: transaction history, send/request funds, untraceable cash, invoices, pseudonyms, Ricardian contracts, and end-to-end encrypted messaging.
Release Notes: This version of Moneychanger goes with Open-Transactions v0.88.j. (There was a small API change for 'opentxs sendcash').
Release Notes: Moneychanger was updated to match recent updates to Open-Transactions. Make sure you have OT version 0.87.e (at least) in order to use this version of Moneychanger.
Release Notes: This release works with the newest version of Open Transactions. It benefits from various recent optimizations to the app messaging protocol. (The SWIG/API wrappers have been regenerated.)
Release Notes: The high-level Java API (which wraps the lower-level C++ API) was rewritten to go along with big updates to the application protocol for OT version 0.80c.
Release Notes: This release refactors all network-related code based on work with testers. It is much faster and more robust.
Release Notes: Basket currencies can be exchanged in/out. Markets are now stable. Lots debugging was added.
Release Notes: Markets are now supported. Untraceable digital cash was implemented.
Release Notes: Moneychanger now supports Bitcoin. The transport code was also updated in the OT library. Windows is now a supported platform.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed; it seems to run pretty smoothly now. It adds copy/paste to all modals showing financial instruments. Tokens are now properly exported. A button has been added for verifying the last signed receipt against the intermediary files for any given account.