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I just installed GreenBits, the native Java wallet from GreenAddress.it, on my Android device and transferred 0.1 BTC to the wallet. I like it so far.

However, it displays my balance as 100,000 bits. That's cool, but I would like to stick to a more commonly used display like 0.1 BTC. All the news items say you can chose:

All bitcoin denominations (BTC, mBTC, uBTC and Bits)

But I can't find anyway to change it. Anyone?

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On the top right corner of GreenBits there's a menu with a number of entries: the first one is named "Settings" and we should select that, then "Info & settings" and then you can change the fiat currency, the bitcoin denomination as well as your preferred exchange if available.

  • I don't have that. I only see: Mnemonic passphrase, Auto logout timeout, Enable transaction replacement, Improve security with Ledger, Version (1.77 release). Maybe I'm blind? – Afr Aug 31 '16 at 15:53
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    You are not blind, it was changed in a later release. In that release you can change it from the Send tab by clicking on the bits text or to change fiat currency click on the $ USD icon. If you are using FDroid we have submitted a merge request to update GreenBits to the latest version gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/merge_requests/1663 and you can also download the latest version from our github release page – Lawrence Nahum Sep 5 '16 at 15:55
  • Thanks, this is what I was looking for. Waiting for the update via FDroid. And +1 for providing FDroid releases :-) – Afr Sep 5 '16 at 19:23

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