Dash Electrum is a light wallet which uses powerful external servers to index the blockchain, while still securing the keys on your personal computer. Transactions are verified on the Dash blockchain using a technique called Secure Payment Verification (SPV), which only requires the block headers and not the full block. This means that wallet startup is almost instant, while still keeping your funds secure and mobile. It does not currently support advanced InstantSend and PrivateSend features. You can download Dash Electrum from the official Dash website.
Simply download and run the DMG file. You may need to grant permission to install, depending on your security settings. Click through the installation wizard and run Dash Electrum from your Applications folder when complete.
Simply download and run the installer file to set up Dash Electrum. You may need to grant permission to install, depending on your security settings. Click through the installation wizard and run Dash Electrum from the Start menu when complete.
Dash Electrum for Linux is available from a PPA for Ubuntu and Linux Mint, and as a source tarball for other systems. As of version 3.0.6, it requires Python 3 to run. Enter the following commands to install from PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:akhavr/dash-electrum sudo apt update sudo apt install electrum-dash
Enter the following commands (changing the version number to match the current version as necessary) in the terminal to install Dash Electrum from the source tarball:
sudo apt install python3-pyqt5 python3-pip python3-setuptools wget https://github.com/akhavr/electrum-dash/releases/download/3.0.6/Electrum-DASH-3.0.6.tar.gz tar -zxvf Electrum-DASH-3.0.6.tar.gz cd Electrum-DASH-3.0.6 sudo python3 setup.py install
Download and run the APK file from https://electrum.dash.org to set up Dash Electrum. You may need to grant permission to install from unknown sources, depending on your security settings. Click through the installation wizard and run Dash Electrum when complete.