Multibit Core has a built in wallet with graphical and command line/API modes. It can also simultaneously support multiple lightweight wallets with similar security and privacy to its built-in wallet.
Warning: you only get the security and privacy benefits in supported lightweight wallets if they make a secure and private connection to your Multibit Core every time you use them. This usually requires special configuration.
See your current balance and recent transactions
Easily choose between low fees and fast confirmation
Enhance privacy or save money by choosing your inputs
Generate QR codes to receive payment
Easily track who paid you
Use Tor or a proxy for privacy
Track how much bandwidth you use
Track bitcoins stored safely offline
Get a new address for receiving payment
Instantly see your available Bitcoin balance
Send a single payment to multiple addresses
See what received transactions you can spend
Create and send raw transactions
Be notified of new blocks and transactions
Lightweight wallets usually connect to several random full nodes (like Multibit Core) to send and receive all of their data. In the process they leak private data and make themselves more vulnerable to attacks.
But it’s also possible to connect certain lightweight wallets solely to your own Multibit Core full node, called a trusted peer. If you do this with a secure and private connection every time you use that lightweight wallet, you’ll get most of the security and privacy benefits of a full node as well as help protect decentralization.
The following wallets can securely connect to a trusted peer.
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