Provided by: electrum_1.9.7-1_all bug


       electrum - Lightweight bitcoin client


       electrum [options] command [options]


       Electrum is a lightweight bitcoin client.
       Electrum  protects from losing bitcoins in a backup mistake or computer failure. It allows
       recovery of wallet from a passphrase which you can learn by heart or write it  down  on  a
       Since  electrum  does not download the entire bitcoin block chain there is no waiting time
       when the client is started.

       -g GUI, --gui=GUI
              Select user interface, possible values are  qt, lite, gtk or text

       -w WALLET_PATH, --wallet=WALLET_PATH
              Use wallet from WALLET_PATH, default is electrum.dat.

       -o, --offline
              Remain offline.

       -a, --all
              Show all addresses.

       -b, --balance
              Show the balance of listed addresses

       -l, --labels
              Show the labels of listed addresses

       -f TX_FEE, --fee=TX_FEE
              set tx fee

       -F FROM_ADDR, --fromad

       set source address for payto/mktx. if it isn't in the wallet, it will ask for the  private
       key unless supplied in the format public_key:private_key. It's not saved in the wallet.

       -c CHANGE_ADDR, --changeaddr=CHANGE_ADDR

       set  the  change address for payto/mktx. default is a spare address, or the source address
       if it's not in the wallet.

       -s SERVER, --server=SERVER
              set server host:port:protocol, where protocol is t or h

       -p PROXY, --proxy=PROXY
              set proxy [type:]host[:port], where type is socks4,socks5 or http

       -v, --verbose
              show debugging information

       -P, --portable
              portable wallet

       -L LANGUAGE, --lang=LANGUAGE
              defaut language used in GUI

       -u, --usb
              Turn on support for hardware wallets (EXPERIMENTAL).


       Electrum client was initially written by ThomasV <thomasv@gitorious>
       This manual page was  written  by  Vasudev  Kamath  <>  for  Debian
       Project (but can be used by others).