Multibit is No Longer Supported

July 26th 2017

Dear Bitcoin Community,

Moving Funds From MultiBit Classic and MultiBit HD to KeepKey

November 18th 2016

One of the most common questions we get asked at our support desk is how to easily move funds from a MultiBit Classic or MultiBit HD wallet to a KeepKey. We are excited to announce a simple utility to do just this. Below are the downloads for supported platforms:

MultiBit Release 0.4.1 is now available

September 29th 2016

We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit release (0.4.1) is available for download.

Trezor v1.3.6

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.

A New Face For an Old Friend

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.

KeepKey is buying MultiBit

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.

MultiBit HD Release 0.1.4 is now available

October 23rd 2015

We are pleased to announce the next MultiBit HD release (0.1.4) is available for download.