Treasure Hunter is an application I created that allows people to scan their storage devices for the presence of Bitcoin wallets. It can detect many types of wallets even if they were renamed or moved elsewhere in an attempt to hide them.
This software is currently at the stage of proof-of-concept. It will be improved further if there is enough interest from people.
- Multibit Classic
- Multibit HD
- Bitcoin Core
Download Treasure Hunter
Treasure Hunter is available on Windows, Mac and Linux.
The following versions of Windows are supported: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11.
If you are unsure which version of the software to download, try the 64-bit version first; if it doesn’t launch, try the 32-bit version.
Apple might prevent you from opening Treasure Hunter because “it is from an unidentified developer” or because “macOS cannot verify that this app is free from malware.” In such a case, you will need to authorize the application in your security settings.
GTK 2 is required to run Treasure Hunter.
Treasure Hunter is an open-source software. Anyone can view its code and compile it by themselves if they wish to do so. Click on this link to view its GitHub repository.
Has this software helped you?
Consider making a donation to the following Bitcoin address: bc1qu3fqvvdf0zks5lxqmpjtukg03r29jqtd2x78mx