MultiDoge is designed to be as easy to use as possible. It is intended for domestic (or small scale merchant) users who wish to use a desktop computer for their day to day Dogecoin transactions.
This guide will provide you with the first steps you should take after you have installed MultiDoge so that you can be confident about how to get things done safely.
When you first open MultiDoge a new, empty wallet is created for you called "multidoge.wallet". In order to get you started quickly, this wallet will not have a password so it will not be encrypted.
You should now password protect your wallet.
MultiDoge is very careful to maintain backups of wallets and as such it is always useful to know where your wallets are being stored.
You can always see the file location of your current wallet in the main title bar of your MultiDoge window. For instance, it might say: "MultiDoge - My wallet - /Users/jim/Library/Application Support/MultiDoge/multidoge.wallet". The file name at the end is where your wallet is stored.
Everyone likes to receive dogecoin and MultiDoge makes this simple.
The receiving dogecoin article explains how to generate new receiving addresses and how to keep track of them.
Spending dogecoin on goods and services helps to keep the Dogecoin economy growing. The first time you decide to send some dogecoin can be a little daunting so it is worth having a practice with a small amount beforehand.
The sending dogecoin article explains how sending dogecoin to someone is done.
That's all there is to it. MultiDoge will alert you if there is a newer version available and we recommend that you keep your version up to date as the developers are continuously improving it. If you encounter any problems, the main help contents provide answers to many common questions and you should have a look there first.
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