Yes, such a wallet exists, though it is still in beta:
AtomicDEX (desktop version only) supports Namecoin (NMC).
You can even use the built-in “atomic swap” feature to trade your NMC, for example, for Komodo (KMD), which you can hold in the wallet and collect rewards or sell on many popular exchanges like
Binance (affiliate link). Make sure you read the instructions first (found under Support). The atomic swap protocol requires that the maker and taker stay online and monitor the blockchains involved.
accept Namecoin can be found here. Update February 28, 2021: Dogecoin Core 1.14.3 has been released and significantly improves the synchronization speed. The method described in the original post below is no longer be necessary.
This article assumes that you have
backed up your wallet and updated to the most recent version of Dogecoin Core (currently 1.14.2).
At the time of writing,
. Note that it is not a single Bootstrap.dat file, instead it contains the blocks and chainstate directory. you can get a torrent here which contains blocks until January 29, 2021
You can find further information on the
Dogecoin Discord (in the FAQ section), the Dogecoin Core GitHub and the Dogecoin subreddit.
Once synchronized, consider forwarding port 22556 to help the network. This should give you over a hundred connections instead of the usual 8:
This will, of course, create significant network activity as can be seen in Dogecoin Core under Help > Debug window > Network traffic. This is my traffic from just two days:
Interested in buying or selling Dogecoin? Take a look at
Binance (affiliate link) , Bitpanda (affliate link) or Crypto.com (affiliate link). Edit: My Dogecoin wallet on a PC that was running 24/7 still went out of sync multiple times:
Let’s not forget that
Dogecoin was created as a joke. Edit 2: I do not recommend using the full node wallet (version 1.14.2) if you’re just getting started with Dogecoin. Consider using a simple mobile wallet like Trust Wallet.
Bluetooth & other devices in Windows settings (e.g. by pressing the Win key + X, selecting Settings and then Devices).
More Bluetooth options:
COM Ports tab, then select the ports and Remove them: