September 29th 2016
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit release (0.4.1) is available for download.
June 27th 2016
The latest release of Trezor firmware, v1.3.6, appears to have broken MultiBit's support of Trezor for Windows users. We have already received a pull request to fix this issue, so expect it to be resolved in our next release.
June 17th 2016
We have received numerous requests for help with MultiBit Classic related to the delay for transactions making themselves into blocks. We wanted to provide some quick pointers to help those that are experiencing this issue.
June 15th 2016
This marks the beginning of a new chapter for MultiBit, at its new home: KeepKey. Gary Rowe and Jim Burton forged the path this far. Not enough can be said about the achievement these two created with MultiBit. KeepKey is now taking the reins, and our intention is to keep MultiBit great.
May 25th 2016
The MultiBit team is pleased to announce that KeepKey, LLC, makers of the popular KeepKey hardware wallet, have put in an offer to buy MultiBit which has been accepted. Within a few weeks we will complete the transfer of control over the MultiBit code and website to them and we will step back from further development.
April 18th 2016
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD release (0.3.0) is available for download.
February 12th 2016
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD release (0.2.0) is available for download.
October 23rd 2015
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD release (0.1.4) is available for download.
September 10th 2015
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit Classic release (0.5.19) is available for download.
August 28th 2015
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD release (0.1.3) is available for download.
July 25th 2015
This is a guest post from a security researcher who took a close look at the way that MultiBit receives payment through the BRIT system. As part of our responsible disclosure procedure here are the details of the attack and what has been done to mitigate it.
July 16th 2015
On 16 July 2011 Jim pushed the first commit of the MultiBit source code to GitHub. This marked the beginning of a long journey as part of the Bitcoin ecosystem which we would like to share with you today.
July 15th 2015
We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD Release (0.1.2) is available for download.
June 30th 2015
We are pleased to announce that our first maintenance release MultiBit HD Release 0.1.1 is available for download.
June 23rd 2015
On 20 June 2015 CoinWallet.eu announced that they would perform a Bitcoin network stress test starting Monday 22 June 2015 and extending over 100 blocks. The stated intention was to discover whether the block size limit of 1MB would, when transaction volume exceeded its capacity, allow for quick recovery of the network to normal service.
June 9th 2015
We are pleased to announce that MultiBit HD Release 0.1 is available for download.
April 14th 2015
The Payment Protocol (BIP 70) is a Bitcoin standard describing how merchants and wallet developers can work together to produce a seamless buying experience using bitcoin. It is supported by MultiBit HD Beta 8 and higher.
April 14th 2015
We are pleased to announce the Beta 8 release of MultiBit HD. This release includes support for the Bitcoin standard "Payment Protocol" (BIP 70). This standard enables merchants to provide signed payment requests with lots of features like memos, refund addresses, receipts etc.
April 14th 2015
Thanks to the sterling work of GitHub user "gurnec" during Beta testing an incompatibility between MultiBit HD and other hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallets was discovered indicating that they are not BIP 32 compliant. This is important because "BIP 32 compliance" means that a user of one wallet can easily migrate to another in a safe manner simply by providing their "wallet words" during a restore process.
February 27th 2015
As you may have noticed, we've stepped up the frequency of our beta release iteration cycle. Consequently the MultiBit HD Beta 7 is now available for download from our beta site.
February 11th 2015
Following rapidly in the footsteps of Beta 5 the MultiBit HD Beta 6 is now available for download from our beta site.
February 4th 2015
We are proud to announce that MultiBit HD Beta 5 is now available for download from our beta site.
February 2nd 2015
Recently a user raised Issue #661 on GitHub where unfortunately they lost a total of 1.43033675 bitcoin. This blog article provides details of the forensics we performed to find out what happened and our recommendations for action to try to prevent this happening again.
August 13th 2014
It has been a while since our last blog post so we thought we'd give you an update on our progress.
April 28th 2014
In the MultiBit 0.5.18 release there are two changes we have made to improve the safety of your private keys:
April 11th 2014
What is the best way to provide Bitcoin users with high quality wallet software ? How do the devs get paid ?
April 10th 2014
Heartbleed is the unofficial name for the CVE-2014-0160 bug with the OpenSSL library which has been shown to reveal private information from affected servers. MultiBit uses SSL to ensure you are downloading from the correct site and tests show that multibit.org is NOT affected by the Heartbleed issue.
March 26th 2014
For most people creating a wallet is the single most important step on their journey into Bitcoin. At MultiBit we have worked hard to make this process as smooth as possible while not sacrificing on security.
March 17th 2014
We've been asked quite a few times about progress with MultiBit HD, the replacement for the current MultiBit Classic. To show that we're hard at work for the Bitcoin community here is a sneak preview of MultiBit HD and some of its many features. If you'd like to join in with testing (and get your name on the contributors list) please get in touch through our support page.
March 10th 2014
We were asked recently how many downloads there had been of MultiBit since its inception back in April 2011. To answer this Jim went off into the website download stats archive (and various Tweets of important milestones) and discovered that MultiBit has been downloaded over 1.5 million times.
March 2nd 2014
Normally we at MultiBit keep a low profile, but once in a while we like to let people know what we've been doing behind the scenes. Today is one of those days.
February 27th 2014
Over the past few months we at MultiBit have noticed a few Denial of Service (DoS) attacks taking place against our servers.
September 27th 2013
Over the course of 3 days in September 2013 the MultiBit team attended the European Bitcoin Conference in Amsterdam.
July 24th 2013
Bitcoin applications are not like ordinary applications - they handle real money and as such need to be treated with more security precautions than you would otherwise use.
May 1st 2013
TL;DR There were an estimated 73,200+ downloads of MultiBit in April 2013.
April 24th 2013
In December 2012 I (Jim) created an acronym for the main items of work that I wanted to add to MultiBit. 'CCEESHH' was the acronym, so let's see how far we have progressed:
April 23rd 2013
A few members of the MultiBit community have asked us for advice regarding the current security status of Java since there has been a lot of confusion and misinformation out on the Web. Here is what we know and how it relates to your use of MultiBit.
April 22nd 2013
Binaries for MultiBit version 0.5.9 (Encrypted wallets) are now available.
March 19th 2013
Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.23 are now available.
March 11th 2013
Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.22 are now available.
February 24th 2013
Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.21 are now available.
July 16th 2012
June 27th 2012
The Berlin Bitcoin Hackathon, 13-15 July: hackers will gather in Berlin geekdom for a weekend of intense coding and collaboration. Sunday we party at [room77](http://www.npr.org/2012/06/01/154140277/berlin-restaurant-experiments-with-virtual-currency): the restaurant at the end of capitalism. Participants are coming in from Switzerland, Austria and Finland. The event is free.
October 24th 2011
The Bitcoin European Conference (Nov 25—27) will bring together diverse people from across the spectrum to discuss the state of bitcoin and plot future goals. This 3-day conference covers the cutting-edge of developments and innovation through sessions that encourage interaction and discussion between professionals across the fields of technology, politics, finance and economics.