Sandokaaan have just released an updated version of the web wallet based on the official block explorer

Sandokaaan have just released an updated version of the web wallet based on the official block explorer:
What is new?
– a clearer graphic interface
– a build-in block counter
– devices with a camera can read an EarthCoin address from a QR-code

press F5 to refresh your browser. and make sure your browser has javascript enabled.
Webwallet is now in version 1.01 – changed library for QR-code scan
and source code  is avaiable on github

That’s great, thanks Sandokaaan!
his website 他的网站 这个网页上面有地球币开发者Sandokaaan的地球币和比特币地址,

Help text:
This appliction is based on the official block explorer for the EarthCoin currency. Therefore its functionality depends on the correct function of the block explorer.
Block counter In the top left conner of the application window you shloud see the current EarthCoin blockchain height and time from last sync. You can anytime click on the refresh icon to read new blocks. Please do not use this application if you do not see a block number or the time from last block is too high (more that several minutes). Such a case indicate a problem with the block explorer and you can lose you coins if you will use it despite this warning.
Wallet – In this window you can enter an EarthCoin address, your private key or your password for your brain-wallet. It is your responsibility to store the private key or password safely, this application will not remember it for you nor send them to any remote site. An autodetection should recognize EarthCoin addresses and private keys, other inputs are considered as passwords. Please check everytime if the correct indicator is lighting. If you use an EarthCoin address, the application switch itself to the read-only mode and you will not be able to send the EarthCoins.
Balance – In this window you can see the balance on your account. In the advanced mode you can see individual unspent transactions and you can select which one you want to spent. Only transactions with 6 or more confirmations in the blockchain are spendable.
Receive – Here you should see the QR code for your EarthCoin address. Optionally you can enter the requested amount of EarthCoins. The QR-code then show to your customer, who can scan it into his wallet for the payment.
Send – This window is avaiable only if you use your private key or brain-wallet password. There are two fields for destination addresses here by default. The first one is for a “go back” transaction. It is a feature of blockchain transactions that you have always to spent all coins from the source transaction, so if you wish only partial spent, you have to send the rest of the source amount to back your address. In advanced mode you can modify this address for the “go-back” transaction, but it is your responsibility to use the correct address for which you own the private key. Optionally you can add arbitrary number of addresses to which you want send to coins in a single transaction. You can also pay a transaction fee for speeding up your transaction and to support the network. If your device has a camera, you can scan the addresses from QR-codes. For QR-code scan please click on the camera icon in the appropriate row. Inputs are verified automatically and if everything is correct, the button “Send” will be enabled. After click on this button a summary of you transaction will be shown and then you can confirm it or cancel.

地球币主开发者sk升级了地球币的网页钱包,添加了新的界面, 统计区块的数量的计算器,从QR代码读取钱包地址快照。非常不错,辛苦了。

EarthCoin is a java-based paper wallet

EarthCoin is a java-based paper wallet
Https:// , thanks the webmaster very much! )
just another friend find out
please test . thanks.
Welcome! Let’s print out a beautiful and secure wallet for your Earthcoin.
Here’s an overview of what will happen, step by step.
Step 1: Calibrate Printer
Before printing out a wallet you’ll need to “calibrate” your output using the zoom and horizontal shift adjustments to accommodate your particular browser / printer combination. Without proper callibration, your wallet may print out too small or with a misaligned reverse side.
Step 2: Print Front
Next we’ll print out the front side of your wallet. A public address and private key will automatically be generated, or you can supply your own key if you are using ‘vanitygen’ or some other random key generator.
Step 3: Print Back
Then you will put the same page back in your printer (but flipped over) to print out the back side of your wallet. This isn’t just for good looks: the back side design includes additional tamper-resistant safeguards.
Step 4: Cut, Fold, Seal & Fund
Find your scissors! The final step is to cut out your wallet, fold it, and seal it with opaque (light-blocking) tape. Now you’re ready to transfer bitcoins from your online holdings to your new wallet.
Old Style Paperwallet
Maybe you prefer to use the classic paper wallet or generate many addresses. Then use this.