Source: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=724153.0 by Justus Ranvier
Last updated: September 27, 2014.
|Bitcoin client||Status||Link to Reference|
|sx||supports sending and receiving||http://sx.dyne.org/stealth.html|
|Dark Wallet||supports sending and receiving||https://wiki.unsystem.net/en/index.php/DarkWallet/Stealth|
|btcwallet||interested, no immediate plans||https://github.com/conformal/btcwallet/issues/90|
|AirBitz||"very interested", no immediate plans||https://twitter.com/anonymouscoin/status/496513836133154816|
|Coinkite||"at some point"||https://twitter.com/Coinkite/status/509489249826373632|
|Armory||no official comment||https://github.com/etotheipi/BitcoinArmory/issues/226|
About this Tracker: In order for stealth addresses to be useful, it’s necessary for Bitcoin clients to support sending funds to them, even if those clients do not support receiving funds via a stealth address. To accelerate this process, anyone who would like to see stealth addresses become a standard feature of the Bitcoin landscape should ask the developers of their wallets they use to support at least sending to stealth addresses. Since in some cases the developers may be reluctant to add this feature and may be unwilling (or unable) to explain why, asking them in a public forum is best so that their answer – or refusal to answer – is also public.
Want to find out who has been contributing to this tracker, or to contribute yourself? Check out the open source version of this file on GitHub.