The content of this guide has been created under the assumption that the readers have already installed and configured the Exilibrium Wallet.
On the Overview page, you can see the EXCC balance as well as some statistics associated with the selected wallet. The tab also displays the latest transactions and Staking Tickets status.
At the bottom left corner, there is a ‘Refresh’ icon that once clicked re-scans the blockchain. This feature can fix some minor issues regarding the display of incorrect EXCC values. Please note that this button will not re-download the whole EXCC blockchain.
Transaction tab is the central utility section. Here you can Send and Receive EXCC coins as well as check transaction history and export the data to file.
Here you can send your EXCC coins to another address. First, you should select the Wallet you wish to use for the transaction. Then simply copy the address you would like to send your coins and paste it in the ‘Destination Address’ box. You can process more than one transaction at the same time by clicking on ‘+.’ Next, you should type the amount of EXCC you wish to send. The estimated transaction fee will be displayed. If you are satisfied with all the entries, simply click the “Send” button.
Here you can find your unique EXCC public address that you can present to anyone if you want to receive coins from them. You can generate as many new addresses as you wish by clicking ‘Generate New Address’ button. Every address once generated is always assigned to your wallet. You can either retype the address to the sender (not recommended), click notepad icon next to the address to save it into your clipboard or use the QR code if your device has a camera.
On this page, you can find the list of all transactions done on your wallet. Using a drop-down menu, you can use a filter to select the transactions that are of most interest to you. Also, the transaction TX can be used in the blockexplorer to find out more details about the transaction.
The export tab allows you to export transactions history to a .csv file. Simply select the type of data you wish to export and click the ‘Magnifier’ icon, then type the file name and where you wish to save it. Then click the “Export’ button, and the file will be generated.
The ticket page gives you an opportunity to manage Proof of Stake Tickets and to Vote. Exilibrium cannot be used for solo voting. Therefore, you must register in the stakepool and import an API key from the stakepool if you wish to participate in staking.
Only after completing the above step will the “Purchase” tab become active and allow any actions.
At the top of the page you can find the total number of staking ticket you own:
- Own Mempool Tickets - the number of tickets on the queue for PoW miners to be mined (there are 20 new tickets mined into each new block)
- Immature Tickets - the number of tickets waiting to mature, it takes 256 blocks (around 10 hours). Immature tickets cannot vote.
- Live Tickets - the amount of matured tickets waiting to be called to vote.
Many of the settings on the “Purchase” tab have been entered as default. All you have to do is to select the right wallet to be used as a source of EXCC coins and type the number of tickets wishing to purchase.
It’s also possible to use the “Automatic Ticket Buyer” feature that can constantly purchase new tickets for the Exilibrium owner as long as the option is enabled. There are some boxes to fill in to set your preferences:
- Balance to maintain - New tickets will not be purchased if the EXCC balance is below the set number. To use all available funds, the number should be “0”.
- Max Price Absolute - The new ticket will not be purchased if its price exceeds entered value. The default of 0 turns the setting off.
- Max Per Block - This number refers to the maximum number of tickets that can be purchased per block. By typing a negative number, you will request to purchase one ticket every x blocks, for example, entering -4 would mean the purchase of one ticket every 4 blocks.
- Max Fee - The amount of maximum fee in EXCC/kb that you are willing to pay; set at 0.1 EXCC/kb by default
- Max Price Relative - It allows you to set the maximum difference in ticket price compared to a few windows and abort buying if higher than the value set. For example, a value of 1.5 would mean that if average ticket price was 40 EXCC, then the new ticket will not be purchased if the price exceeds 60 EXCC in current purchase window.
On this page, you can find all the agendas which are subject to ExchangeCoin blockchain voting. You should read the agenda’s detail and choose how they wish to vote. This section allows everybody to have an influence on the ExchangeCoin future.
This tab displays all the accounts in the wallet and allows you to add new ones. Every account is like a separate wallet and funds can be transferred among them. Every transaction between accounts will create the transaction on the blockchain. This feature is most likely used to keep incomes separate, for example, using a different account for PoW mining, and another one for PoS voting, etc.
The settings tab allows you to manage some Exilibrium features, such as ‘Language” or “Units Displayed.”
It is also possible to change the passphrase entered during wallet creation.
Here you can also start mining EXCC using CPU on your device. Just click on "Enable Mining". The frame will pop up. Just enter the number of CPU Cores you would like to use for mining and click "Enable". The mining will start automatically. NOTE: Exilibrium must be turned on at all time if you wish to mine. Closing it will stop mining.
The last tab is tagged ‘Help,’ you can find some tutorials and useful links here. We are always grateful for the feedback from users, so do not hesitate to contact us if you encounter any issues while using Exilibrium.
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