Your wallet is the software you use to send, receive and store SIBCoins. It’s easy to use, and you can choose to send payments anonymously from your wallet using Darksend.
Minimum Version Requirements
Users should ensure that a version listed below (or newer) is used to ensure optimal performance and compliance with the network. Depending on usage, the minimum version requirement may not always be the latest release, although updating is generally recommended.
Miners and pool operators
Additionally, you can use a browser-based SIBCoin wallet
By using this software, you acknowledge and understand that SIBCoin is not intended for use in any illegal activity, and that no person or entity associated with the creation, development, marketing, or furtherance of SIBCoin shall be held liable for its illegal use by any individual, group, or entity in their respective jurisdiction.
Darksend is completely trustless because nobody controls the whole system. The risk of something going wrong is very low. However, the software is still in development. This means that things can break and there are no guarantees about it. Use it at your own risk, follow the instructions precisely, and only use money that you can afford to lose in case anything goes wrong.
Darksend uses a very large keypool and goes through keys quite rapidly. This means that you need to make backups more frequently than with other wallets, because when it anonymizes your funds a lot of transactions happen in the background. To be on the safe side, make a new backup every time your anonymized threshold of funds is reached.
Do not launch your wallet on several devices at once. It may result in errors in automatic anonymization which can lead to double spending in your Wallet.