bitcoin-dev

⧉infominer 22-Aug-18 11:06 PM
bitcoinbook - Mastering Bitcoin 2nd Edition - Programming the Open Blockchain
Programming With Bitcoin
awesome-lightning-network - ⚡ A curated list of awesome Lightning Network projects for developers and crypto enthusiasts
Developer resources and documentation for the Lightning Network Daemon.
If you’re a developer and you own any Bitcoin at all, contributing to Bitcoin Core can be one of the best things you can do to help out…
See also #bitcoin
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⧉infominer 25-Aug-18 09:43 PM
#FollowFriday: Bitcoin Developers: https://t.co/LfBo9OFCqI Lightning Developers: https://t.co/IZEdrH3Z4M If you know of anyone I missed who belongs on either list, please reply to this tweet!
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⧉infominer 26-Aug-18 12:12 AM
I set up an instance of @BtcpayServer on @Azure and tested it with @wordpressdotcom + @WooCommerce. It is a fantastic product. Finally someone (@NicolasDorier) has built a sensible, open source platform for Bitcoin merchants! If you have or want a business - go check i...
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⧉infominer 28-Aug-18 03:30 PM
⧉infominer 03-Sep-18 10:25 PM
All About Bitcoin Development.
⧉infominer 22-Sep-18 10:03 PM
Bitcoin’s capacity is limited. Meanwhile, smart contracts can be resource intensive. So even though Bitcoin has always supported basic smart contract functionality, the two have never been a natural match.But a recent topic of research spearheaded by Blockstream mathematici...
⧉infominer 22-Sep-18 11:35 PM
Are you a bitcoin full node operator who would like to have your own trustworthy block explorer? Check out https://t.co/AgoFtRg8aw Demo site: https://t.co/o0lgGuLzzT
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⧉infominer 27-Sep-18 11:36 PM
Helping Bitcoin-based businesses integrate scaling technology.
⧉infominer 28-Sep-18 08:15 PM
Weekly News and Articles on Bitcoin Technology
⧉infominer 03-Oct-18 04:04 AM
What open source Bitcoin projects are most friendly to new contributors? I recommend https://t.co/ywyA5LGMkj and https://t.co/AbAPSYNOg9. Both have interesting goals, sophisticated maintainers, and tons of work to do. What are some others?
Free, Online Bitcoin Programming Bootcamp
@MarkMruss - read full node implementation like bcoin or btcd - read (or better write) a toy implementation like Tinychain - read Mastering Bitcoin - attend https://t.co/g2MTGKs7f5 or https://t.co/wdADl5dnCI
⧉infominer 04-Oct-18 02:15 AM
Vortex (Jeffrey), a software developer and well known bitcoin YouTuber and broadcaster joins me in this episode to talk about the Bitcoin ecosystem. This interview is targeted for newbies to bitcoi…
vortex mentions pre-requisits for programmingwithbitcoin course, something like 1-1.5 year c# experience
⧉infominer 07-Oct-18 05:56 PM
Like many complex subjects, the Crypto world is composed of various concepts that are difficult to understand at first. The UTXO is no…
⧉infominer 08-Oct-18 01:29 AM
The Random Access Memory for Bitcoin
⧉infominer 12-Oct-18 03:55 PM
A curated list of bitcoin services and tools for software developers - igorbarinov/awesome-bitcoin
⧉infominer 12-Oct-18 04:22 PM
Looking under the hood of the bitcoin protocol helps give insight to the mathematical foundations of the digital currency.
a reading list for learning to program Bitcoin transactions - jashmenn/bitcoin-reading-list
⧉infominer 04-Nov-18 03:44 AM
What open source Bitcoin projects are most friendly to new contributors? I recommend https://t.co/ywyA5LGMkj and https://t.co/AbAPSYNOg9. Both have interesting goals, sophisticated maintainers, and tons of work to do. What are some others?
⧉infominer 05-Nov-18 07:11 AM
An Open Source configurable REST API that can serve as the back-end of (almost) any Bitcoin application - ValyrianTech/BitcoinSpellbook
⧉infominer 25-Nov-18 08:36 PM
Trying to educate newcomers about using bitcoin the right way. Covering some fundamentals, but mostly basic technical stuff. The tools for reclaiming our mon...
If BitMEX wants to improve network liquidity, what is the best way to open channels between the three nodes?
⧉infominer 25-Nov-18 08:54 PM
Q&A for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts
⧉infominer 09-Dec-18 12:12 AM
@DeHuntisOn 1/ Here are a few examples for using the command line to deepen your understanding of Bitcoin: * Use bitcoin-cli to work with your full node and learn its capabilities. @aantonop's 3rd chapter of Mastering Bitcoin and @ChristopherA's tutorial will help https:/...
⧉infominer 23-Dec-18 05:18 AM
https://t.co/etW1yP65Zr has a neat animated Bitcoin script interpreter and debugger for those who want to better understand script execution. https://t.co/5TAkdoPU7b https://t.co/6UkzUGu4dK
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⧉infominer 23-Dec-18 04:15 PM
Understanding how the focal point of Bitcoin development operates.
⧉infominer 01-Jan-19 02:57 AM
Bitcoin Core integration/staging tree. Contribute to bitcoin/bitcoin development by creating an account on GitHub.
A follow up from a comment on this answer. What are seednodes, and how do they differ from fallback nodes?
Bitcoin Core integration/staging tree. Contribute to bitcoin/bitcoin development by creating an account on GitHub.
⧉infominer 06-Feb-19 10:48 PM
How to build a bitcoin paywall in 10 minutes with PHP & AJAX. APIs used are smartbit.au and blockchain.info. Sorry about my loud cat. My Book: https://www.am...
⧉infominer 12-Feb-19 04:52 PM
Bitcoin has an enormous potential. Not a day goes by or the virtues of a blockchain are extolled in the media.
⧉infominer 16-Feb-19 08:08 PM
Liquid daemon and cli. Contribute to Blockstream/liquid development by creating an account on GitHub.
⧉infominer 21-Feb-19 08:58 PM
In this episode, I talk with Bitcoin Core developer, Matt Corallo. We discuss what makes Bitcoin work, covering topics such as the Lightning Network, fungibility and inflation. We also talk about issues important to Matt such as BetterHash and adoption.
⧉infominer 26-Mar-19 09:05 PM
a reading list for learning to program Bitcoin transactions - jashmenn/bitcoin-reading-list
(5 years old, but a lot of stuff in there)