Downloads - Mainnet#

This topic contains information about where you can download the Concordium Wallets and tools for Mainnet. You can also find out about the hardware requirements for running a node.

Concordium Wallet for Android#

The Concordium Wallet for Android is available for Android™. The Concordium Wallet for Android supports Android 8 or later.

Note

The Concordium Wallet for Android is not supported on tablet devices.

You can find Concordium Wallet for Android on Google Play.

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Concordium Legacy Wallet#

The Concordium Legacy Wallet is available for iOS and Android™. The Concordium Legacy Wallet supports iOS 13 or later and Android 8 or later.

Note

The Concordium Legacy Wallet is not supported on tablet devices.

You can find Concordium Legacy Wallet on App Store and on Google Play.

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Concordium Desktop Wallet#

Linux® v1.5.0#

Concordium Ledger App#

Note

Ledger firmware version 2.0.0 is no longer supported for the Ledger Nano S.

Note

The Ledger Nano X is not supported currently.

Concordium Client v4.2.0#

Cargo-concordium v2.1.0#

Download cargo-concordium:

For information about installing cargo-concordium, see Install tools for development.

Concordium node distributions v4.4.4#

For the system requirements to run a node, see System requirements to run a node.

Note

When upgrading, you can only upgrade one minor version at a time, or from the last release of major version X to major version X+1. You cannot skip versions. For patches, you can skip versions e.g. X.X.0 to X.X.3, or X.1.1 to X.2.3. To download previous node versions, see Previous node versions.

Ubuntu#

To run a node on a server with Ubuntu, you need a Debian package.

To learn how to run a node with Ubuntu, see Run a node on a server with Ubuntu.

Linux-Docker#

To learn how to run a node with Docker, see Run a node with Docker.

To upgrade your Docker node either restart the service if you are using the :latest image tag, or change the image tag to the new version. See Running/upgrading a node for details.

Windows#

To run a node on Windows, you need a Windows Installer package. Please be aware that you should backup your configuration, as the installer will overwrite the current configuration with a standard configuration.

To learn how to run a node on Windows, see Run and manage a node on Windows.

Mac#

To run a node on macOS, you need a macOS installer package.

To learn how to run a node on Mac, see Run and manage a node on macOS.

Genesis block#

The genesis block is included in node distributions. Download the block separately to inspect it or to run a node in a custom configuration.

Auxiliary tools#

Auxiliary tools are a collection of tools that can be used by developers to perform actions as needed.