If you are using Electrum for your btc privacy needs the new version was released at btc talk. It will come over to the main Electrum site soon. For now if you want it just grab the link from over there. Great work!! Release notes: # Release 2.7.0 (October 2016) * The wallet file format has been upgraded. This upgrade is not backward compatible, which means that a wallet upgraded to the 2.7 format will not be readable by earlier versions of Electrum. Multiple accounts inside the same wallet are not supported in the new format; the Qt GUI will propose to split any wallet that has several accounts. Make sure that you have saved your seed phrase before you upgrade Electrum. * This version introduces a separation between wallets types and keystores types. 'Wallet type' defines the type of Bitcoin contract used in the wallet, while 'keystore type' refers to the method used to store private keys. Therefore, so-called 'hardware wallets' will be referred to as 'hardware keystores'. * Hardware keystores: - The Ledger Nano S is supported. - Hardware keystores can be used as cosigners in multi-signature wallets. - Multiple hardware cosigners can be used in the same multisig wallet. One icon per keystore is displayed in the satus bar. Each connected device will co-sign the transaction. * Replace-By-Fee: RBF transactions are supported in both Qt and Android. A warning is displayed in the history for transactions that are replaceable, have unconfirmed parents, or that have very low fees. * Dynamic fees: Dynamic fees are enabled by default. A slider allows the user to select the expected confirmation time of their transaction. The expected confirmation times of incoming transactions is also displayed in the history. * The install wizards of Qt and Kivy have been unified. * Qt GUI (Desktop): - A fee slider is visible in the in send tab - The Address tab is hidden by default, can be shown with Ctrl-A - UTXOs are displayed in the Address tab * Kivy GUI (Android): - The GUI displays the complete transaction history. - Multisig wallets are supported. - Wallets can be created and deleted in the GUI. * Seed phrases can be extended with a user-chosen passphrase. The length of seed phrases is standardized to 12 words, using 132 bits of entropy (including 2FA seeds). In the wizard, the type of the seed is displayed in the seed input dialog. * TrustedCoin users can request a reset of their Google Authenticator account, if they still have their seed.