BootstrapDownload bootstrap exe file for Windows
If you are starting a new wallet or if you are having any syncing problems (or any other problems with your wallet), you can use this Bootstrap file to help speed up the syncing process.
If you are using Windows, you can download this bootstrap file and execute it. It will delete the existing blockchain files (if there are any) and copy the blockchain files from the 23 July 2019 into your data folder. It will leave your file wallet.dat untouched. So your existing coins will be okay after executing it. However, you should still make a backup just in case.
You need to close the BitCash wallet before you execute the file. After you execute the file, you can start your BitCash Wallet and it should have all the blocks up to approximately block 497000.
Download bootstrap tar file for Linux and Mac
If you are not using Windows you can extract the tar file and copy the files manually into your data folder. On Mac the data folder is: ~/Library/Application Support/BitCash and on Linux the data folder is ~/.bitcash
You can delete the subfolders (if they already exist): "blocks", "chainstate", "indexes" and "nicknames" from the data folder and then extract the bootstrap tar file into the data folder. The tar file contains these 4 subfolders.
If you have existing coins in your wallet and they do not show up, you may need to go the Help/Debug/Console and enter the command rescanblockchain. This will scan the blockchain for your coins.