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Getting Started

AFC Coin is a private cryptocurrency that supports transparent and shielded transactions. Before using AFC Coin, review our privacy and security recommendations to learn more about its privacy enhancing properties and learn how to use shielded transactions correctly.

CHOOSING A WALLET

Before you acquire some AFC Coin, you'll want to make sure that you have a wallet set up to store it. You can download the official AFC Coin client or use a third-party application to manage your funds.


The official AFC Coin client is built for Linux, but community members have modified it for Windows and MacOSX. Visit our download page for installation instructions.

Find a third-party wallet that supports AFC Coin (many wallet providers currently only support transparent addresses, since they are easier to integrate).


GETTING AFC Coin


Find a third-party wallet that supports AFC Coin (many wallet providers currently only support transparent addresses, since they are easier to integrate).

Find a third-party wallet that supports AFC Coin (many wallet providers currently only support transparent addresses, since they are easier to integrate).

The official AFC Coin client is built for Linux, but community members have modified it for Windows and MacOSX. Visit our download page for installation instructions.


JOINING THE COMMUNITY

AFC Coin launched in 2018, and is still being integrated into applications and exchanges. To discuss topics like mining, use cases, and ongoing development, join our community chat or our forum. For answers to frequently asked questions, see our FAQ page.