Dash Core Wallet: Installation and use of the Dash Wallet And more!

Dash Core Wallet: Installation and use of the Dash Wallet And more!

Dash Core Wallet: Installation and use of the Dash Wallet And more!

In this third, and for now the last publication, on the Cryptocurrency Wallets Installable on free and open Operating Systems based on GNU / Linux, we will mainly talk about Dash Core Wallet And then some others relatively known and used by many.

For those who are not usually very knowledgeable in the world of Cryptocurrencies, it is worth noting that, Dash Core Wallet is Official wallet of Dash cryptocurrency, and is developed and supplied directly by the Dash Organization.

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Today we have chosen to focus on Dash Core Wallet, since, recently we made a publication entirely dedicated to the "Wallets Cryptos" officers of the popular Criptomoneda call "Dogecoin". Reason why, for those interested in these topics, we leave below the link to said previous publication and the 2 previous to this one, related to the Download, installation and use of various "Wallets Cryptos".

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Dash Core Wallet: The Official Dash Wallet

Dash Core Wallet: Dash's Official Crypto Wallet

What is Dash?

In a very summarized and simple way, according to the Papel Blanco (Whitepaper) in Spanish, officer of the Dash cryptocurrency, it is:

"A cryptocurrency based on Bitcoin, the work of Satoshi Nakamoto, which consists of various enhancements, such as a two-tier incentivized network called the Masternode network. Another contribution integrated into it is PrivateSend, providing it with increasing fungibility, and InstantSend, which facilitates instant confirmation of transactions without a centralized authority."

Dash: Privacy-Centered Encrypted Currency

Another important fact to highlight about Dash, is that, it is very popular (used) in Latin America and widely known in the world, as a Privacy-focused crypto currency. Any additional information about it can be obtained from your Official website.

What is Dash Core Wallet?

As we already expressed previously, Dash Core Wallet is

"The official Wallet of the Dash Cryptocurrency. And it offers all the functions of Wallet and P2P Client (person to person), including the administration functions of its platform, such as: InstantSend, PrivateSend, Governance and Masternode."

Dash Core Wallet is currently available on your stable version 0.16.1.1, as stated in its GitHub official website. However, for this download, installation and use case study, we will work on the experimental version 0.17.0 RC4.

Download, installation, use and screenshots

Once the available file called "Dashcore-0.17.0.0-rc3-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz", we open a terminal (console) as a user with privileges or root and proceed to execute its executable file called Dash-qt in the route "~ / Downloads / dashcore-0.17.0 / bin", as follows "./Dash-qt".

It is probable that, depending on your GNU / Linux Distribution used, you will have to install some previous packages to avoid errors. In our case study, we are using a Respin (Live and Installable Snapshot) custom named Miracles GNU / Linux which is based on MX Linux.

And it is built following our «Guide to Snapshot MX Linux» and optimized for Crypto Assets Digital Mining, following among many recommendations, those included in our publication called «Convert your GNU / Linux into an Operating System suitable for Digital Mining».

However, the following should have been installed extra packages to correct certain initialization errors, since it is of 64 bits y Dash Core Wallet requested the installation of 32-bit packages and libraries:

sudo apt install fontconfig libfontconfig1-dev libfontconfig1 libfontconfig1:i386 libx11-xcb1 libx11-xcb-dev libx11-xcb1:i386 libx11-6 libx11-6 libx11-6 libx11-6:i386

After these steps, already Dash Core Wallet started without problems as shown below:

Dash Core Wallet: Execution via terminal

In case of not being able to use Dash Core Wallet, try with other wallets recommended by the Dash Organization to manage said cryptoassets.

Other Crypto Wallets

Other useful and well-known cryptocurrency wallets, which can be used on GNU / Linux

Coinomi

Which offers a compressed file, with various types of executables.

Coinomi Wallet

Gnosis Safe

What offers a file ".AppImage".

Gnosis Safe Multisig

Save Crypto Wallet

What offers a file ".deb".

Save Crypto Wallet

mycrypto

What offers a file ".AppImage".

My Crypto Wallet

Hardware Wallet Add-ons

The most useful and well-known, which can be used on GNU / Linux are the following:

Ledger Hardware Wallet

What offers a file ".AppImage".

Ledger Hardware Wallet

Trezor hardware wallet

What offers a file ".deb".

Trezor hardware wallet

As you have seen, the GNU / Linux Operating Systems, are equal to or better than Windows o Mac OS, for the work of Digital Mining or other activities DeFi.

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Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" about the crypto wallet «Dash Core Wallet», which is the official Wallet of the Dash cryptocurrency, and other Wallets, together with the software complements for well-known Hardware Wallets, on our free and open Operating Systems; is of great interest and utility, for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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