Community bounty for BCH withdrawal tool

Some community members have verbally offered a bounty of USD $250 for a procedure that can be used to withdraw Glacier-stored coins from the BCH fork. Contact [email protected] to discuss directly with funders, or to offer more funds for the bounty.

Any bounty-related arrangements are strictly private agreements between the funders and bounty claimers. The Glacier maintainers have no role in ensuring bounty payment or the quality or security of any offered procedures.


This is a list of errors identifed in the latest release of the protocol document which have not yet been integrated into an official release.
Technical note: Unlike the actual protocol document, these errata are not secured with signed checksums.

v0.91 Beta errata

No errata identified.

v0.9 Beta errata

  • Ubuntu 16.04.2 has been released, and the link to 16.04.1 in the protocol document has broken. Use instead of
  • Windows: Setup Protocol step IV.5.b.i is missing a space in the terminal command after "sha256".
  • Windows: Setup Protocol Section IV requires Windows Powershell, not a regular terminal/command line window
  • Windows: Instructions for opening Windows Powershell were incorrect. (Correct: Win-R, type "powershell", press Enter)
  • Some information (e.g. raw unspent transactions) are too long to be converted into a single QR code -- or the QR code may be such high resolution that some QR code readers may struggle to read it. In these cases, you will need to split the data into multiple QR codes, and splice them back together after decoding the QR codes. Be careful not to encode trailing spaces or newlines when splitting the data.