How do I perform a mandatory upgrade to BiblePay

This help guide assumes you are using the installation defaults for Windows 10 using a 64-bit operating system.

Quit BiblePay wallet
Install the the biblepay-win64.exe executable

You are getting this screen because the the default location for BiblePay has changed from BiblepayEvolution to BiblePay

You will need to rename the folder to Biblepay

In Windows Explorer, go to %appdata%

(This is the default location for BiblepayEvolution. If you made the default data directory somewhere else, then go to that location instead)

Change the folder name from BiblepayEvolution to BiblePay

(make sure the folder rename is permanent by clicking somewhere else on the screen)



Start the BiblePay wallet.

You should see version on the lower right of the startup screen

After the main wallet screen comes up, you should see the wallet Synchronizing with network…

Go to Help > About to confirm you are running


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Peter H

I just copied over the wallet.dat to new version but this seems simpler way. Thanks


Doesn’t installing create a BiblePay folder? I already have both folders in appdata (each with a wallet.dat file)


I just completed the update, I haven’t seen any smart contract rewards since the 24th, what did I do wrong?