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MWC & MimbleWimble

White Paper

Published January 31st, 2019, shortly after the commercial launch of Grin and Beam – Chris Gilliard’s proposal to create a superior “MimbleWimbleCoin.”  Distributed as an airdrop to Bitcoin holders, with a low supply cap and in-kind dividend.  Moreover, its devs plan to work equally hard to improve mw technology.

Full Node Wallet

Initial release of the MWC wallet and full node.

Block Explorer

mimblewimble coin Blockchain Explorer


A list of articles and essays about mwc and MimbleWimble Tech.

BIP - Signatures of messages using private keys

The team submitted this BIP, which was subsequently accepted by the Bitcoin Core Developers as a Bitcoin standard. The BIP defines a standard for signatures using Bitcoin private keys, thus laying the groundwork for a more straightforward path to registration in future airdrops.

Offline Secure Storage

Given the nature of MWC, given it's limited supply, it will be important to be able to properly secure coins. Currently in grin, there is no way that we are aware of to send funds from an offline wallet. We are not aware of a way to do this in Beam either.

MimbleWimble Whitepaper

The anonymous, pseudonymous paper filed by “Tom Elvis Jedusor” on July 19th, 2016 – in which he proposes how MimbleWimble can be utilized to dramatically improve blockchain technology

MimbleWimble White Paper (w/Andrew Polestra’s Updates)

Shortly after the pseudonymous white paper was released, Andrew Poelstra, Blockstream mathematician, updated it and added detail to the initial release including the possibility of smart contracts on Mimblewimble.