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.

MultiBit not affected by Heartbleed

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 is NOT affected by the Heartbleed issue.

HMRC clarifies tax on UK Bitcoin businesses

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.

MultiBit downloads for April 2013

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:

Java is secure

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.

New release of v0.5.9

April 22nd 2013

Binaries for MultiBit version 0.5.9 (Encrypted wallets) are now available.

New release of v0.4.23

March 19th 2013

Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.23 are now available.

New release of v0.4.22

March 11th 2013

Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.22 are now available.

New release of v0.4.21

February 24th 2013

Binaries for MultiBit version 0.4.21 are now available.