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Hathor Wallet

NOTE:  Hathor Wallet is supposed to be used only in Hathor Public Testnet and is not ready for production. So, if someone offers to sell some tokens to you, that person is a scammer. For further information about our testnet, click here.

Our wallet is the easiest way to start using the Hathor Network. You can send and receive tokens, create custom tokens and explore the transactions and blocks.

The wallet still has some capabilities missing that have been already implemented in our full nodes. We plan to add these features as we continue work on the testnet, and we will announce them accordingly. So, we suggest you subscribe to our newsletter to get our hot breaking news.

If you find a bug, we kindly ask you to open a new issue in our GitHub repository.


You can download the binaries using the following links:

For further information, see our GitHub Repository.


If you have trouble installing the wallet on Windows, check this page.


Wallet Main Screen

This is the main screen of Hathor Wallet. Here you can check your balance, check your transaction history, get your address to receive tokens, and move between all custom tokens you have registered in the wallet.

Wallet Home

Send Token Screen

This is the send token screen. Here you create new transactions giving the addresses where you are transfering your tokens to, and their respective amounts.

Send Tokens

Transaction Detail Screen

This is the transaction detail screen. Here you can view all fields of a block or transaction, which are:

  1. Transaction ID: The unique identifier of the block or transaction.
  2. Balance: A summary of the block or transaction, giving the final balance after considering all inputs and outputs of each token.
  3. Type: Block or Transaction.
  4. Time: Full date and time in which this block or transaction has been created.
  5. Nonce: The number that solves the proof-of-work.
  6. Weight: The difficulty of mining this block or transaction.
  7. Accumulated weight: How much work has been done verifying this block or transaction.
  8. Confirmation level: Whether this transaction has been fully confirmed or not.
  9. Inputs: List of inputs of this transaction or block.
  10. Outputs: List of outputs of this transaction or block.
  11. Parents: List of parents of this transaction of block.
  12. Children: List of blocks and transactions that have this transaction as parents.
  13. Verification neighbors: A graphical representation of the DAG of verifications around this block or transaction.
  14. Funds neighbors: A graphical representation of the DAG of funds around this block or transaction.
  15. Raw transaction: This block or transaction's original sequence of bytes in hexadecimal format.

Transaction Detail

Explorer Screen

This is the explorer screen. Here you can view the latest blocks and transactions propagated in the p2p network. You can also view the details of any block or transaction.