Bitbay’s Halo Client is unique in that it’s accounting system is far superior to the typical QT wallet bitcoin and other alt coins are utilize. The Client creates a “bill” system similar to fiat paper money. Yet with different sizes. Bitbay’s bills are broken out in integers of 50,000 – 10,000 – 5,000 – 1,000 – 100 – 50 – 10 – 5 – 1 – 0.5 any change left over is finally broken out into exact increments. So rather than having a bunch of deposits or “inputs” with random numbers and fractions of numbers, Bitbay’s Halo Client breaks them out into whole intergers (like dollar bills) to minimize amounts of “chump change”. This is done for one important reason, it simplifies the accounting system and creates less bloat.
Currently this concept requires that you will need to inact the “change” protocol as both a Bitbay QT wallet and a Bitbay Halo Client exist – being that the QT wallet doesn’t account coins the same way as the client. However, “making change” is simple, all you have to do is send coins from your client back to your clients receiver address. This can be done as follows:
- Click on the “Home” tab in the client, copy “your bitbay address”.
- Click on the “Send Bitbay” tab, paste your bitbay address into the “Pay To” address box. Enter a small random amount of coins in the “Amount” box and click on the “Send” button.
- If your private keys are encrypted, you will be prompted to enter both your passwords to continue.
Congratulations, your coins are now broken out into bills or change! You can review this amount by clicking on the client’s “History” tab. In that window simply click on the “Show Change” wording at the bottom of your “Account Details” history tracker.