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Pete Corey - Connecting an Elixir Node to the Bitcoin Network
Let’s use the tools provided by the Elixir programming language to connect to a node on Bitcoin’s peer-to-peer ad-hoc network. Hello, Bitcoin!
elixir  bitcoin 
8 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Generating Test Fixtures with Wireshark
Wireshark can be an invaluable tool for testing the parsing and serializing of a well-known binary protocol. Check out how we can use binary fixtures exported from Wireshark to test our Elixir-based Bitcoin protocol parser and serializer.
bitcoin  wire  shark 
8 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Ping, Pong, and Unresponsive Bitcoin Nodes
The last step in maintaining our pool of Bitcoin peer nodes is to detect and remove unresponsive nodes from our network.
elixir  bitcoin 
8 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Connecting an Elixir Node to the Bitcoin Network
Let’s use the tools provided by the Elixir programming language to connect to a node on Bitcoin’s peer-to-peer ad-hoc network. Hello, Bitcoin!
elixir  bitcoin  block  chain  4* 
8 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
benstew/blockchain-for-software-engineers: A curated list of resources for blockchain engineers
A curated list of resources for blockchain engineers - benstew/blockchain-for-software-engineers
bitcoin  block  chain 
9 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
CoinMarketCap API Documentation
Reference API documentation for the CoinMarketCap API
api  mashup  bitcoin  trading 
10 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
CoinMarketCap API Documentation
Reference API documentation for the CoinMarketCap API
api  trading  data  bitcoin 
march 2019 by ianweatherhogg
The strange case of monetary policy in Grin — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
I am a crypto-finance enthusiast and though I am strongly skewed toward Bitcoin maximalism, I still try to follow the space looking for p...
rust  block  chain  bitcoin  finance 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
Smart contracts and token economy without Blockchains — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
or: A token (even smart one) needs a blockchain, like a fish needs a bicycle. Image above: Tokenizing assets on a Blockchain Abstract ...
rust  bitcoin 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
rust-bitcoin-indexer: How to interact with a blockchain — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
or: Notes on indexing blockchains A copy of this post can be found on rust-bitcoin-indexer wiki. Abstract: I have ventured on the quest...
rust  bitcoin 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
Realtime Market-Data Updates with WebSocket and Elixir
In this article we see how to build an Elixir application to get realtime updates from the coinbase websocket feed, handling crashes and disconnections.
elixir  trading  order  book  bitcoin  web  socket 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
Aggregate and Count Real-Time Trades with Elixir Maps
In this article we start to see how to aggregate Coinbase trades in real-time, using the GenServer behaviour. We'll build an aggregation process that groups and count the trades.
elixir  trading  order  book  bitcoin 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
Processing Large CSV files with Elixir Streams
Elixir Streams are extremely powerful when we need to process large CSV files. Let's see the difference between a greedy and lazy approach.
elixir  stream  file  csv  bitcoin  data  chunk  compose 
february 2019 by ianweatherhogg
Cryptocurrencies written in Rust : rust
### Cryptocurrencies * [nearprotocol/nearcore](https://github.com/nearprotocol/nearcore) — decentralized smart-contract platform for low-end...
reddit  rust  bitcoin 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Infura - Scalable Blockchain Infrastructure
Secure, reliable, and scalable access to Ethereum APIs and IPFS gateways.
block  chain  api  bitcoin 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Mining for Bitcoin Vanity Addresses with Elixir
In this article we’ll our Bitcoin private key generator to mine for vanity addresses. Once we’ve built our naive solution, we’ll add a drop of Elixir and parallelize the implementation.
elixir  bitcoin  stream  processing  parallel 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Generating Test Fixtures with Wireshark
Wireshark can be an invaluable tool for testing the parsing and serializing of a well-known binary protocol. Check out how we can use binary fixtures exported from Wireshark to test our Elixir-based Bitcoin protocol parser and serializer.
wire  shark  elixir  bitcoin 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Building a Better Receive Loop
Taking advantage of structural decisions in the Bitcoin protocol can greatly simplify our receive loop. Check out how!
elixir  bitcoin 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Pete Corey - Exploring the Bitcoin Blockchain with Elixir and Phoenix
Let’s use the Phoenix framework and our Bitcoin node interface to build a basic Bitcoin blockchain explorer!
elixir  bitcoin  block  chain 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Blog Archive - nickler's
Blog Archive 2018 Schnorr and Taproot in Lightning
Sep 04 2018 posted in bitcoin, crypto, lightning Blind Signatures in Scriptless Scripts
Jul 31 …
blogs  cryptography  bitcoin  block  chain  algorithm 
november 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Binaryphile’s Big List of Bitcoin Resources | binary.phile
Like lots of folks, I’ve taken a much stronger interest in bitcoin as an emerging technology of late, especially after the runup and crash of November this year. While there is a ton of volatility in bitcoin, I can’t help but be optimistic about its place in the future. I’ve put together this list of resources which I’ve found useful in getting to know how to understand and use Bitcoin. Enjoy.
bitcoin  resource  5* 
november 2018 by ianweatherhogg
About me
Software designer and crypto-anarchy historian.
about • twitter • github
blogs  bitcoin  block  chain  cryptography  economics 
october 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Bringing Rust to Ledger hardware wallets – Mart Roosmaa – Medium
Beginning of this year I wanted to experiment with some embedded development. I ended up looking into Ledger cryptocurrency hardware wallet application development. I wouldn’t actually consider this…
rust  block  chain  bitcoin 
july 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Posts · Going the distance
Thoughts about web development, devops, and blockchain
blogs  go  bitcoin  block  chain 
june 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Implementing a Blockchain in Rust
This is another one of those blog posts teaching you how to implement a simple, Bitcoin-like blockchain. It has been heavily inspired by Ivan Kuznetsov’s awe...
bitcoin  block  chain  rust  5* 
june 2018 by ianweatherhogg
The State of Cryptocurrency Mining – Sia Blog
For those new to the blog, I am the lead developer of Sia, a blockchain based cloud storage platform. About a year ago, myself and some members of the Sia team started Obelisk, a cryptocurrency ASIC…
bitcoin  mine  hardware  5* 
may 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Bitcoin Tech Weekly
Weekly News and Articles on Bitcoin Technology
bitcoin  magazine 
april 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Cryptocurrencies tracker with Raspberry Pi – JeffProd – Medium
It displays your current balance and profits or losses.
The data is given from https://coinmarketcap.com/ API and refreshed every 3 minutes. To install this kind of screen, you can refer to this…
raspberrypi  bitcoin  python  api  trading 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
SONM - Supercomputer Organized by Network Mining
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 77 million projects.
github  go  bitcoin  mine  trading 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Gradient Trader Part 0: Building a Cryptocurrency Trading Bot
########### Disclaimer: I have moved the entire market data collection stack to Rust. Everything in this post still works.
bitcoin  trading  broker  strategy  type  script  rust  python  order  book  time  series  data  base 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Running Factorio on SONM
In this short post, I will test out SONM.
bitcoin  mine  tensor  flow  docker  nvidia 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Learning about Block Chain with Python – Anna McAbee – Medium
About two weeks ago I realized why I had such an animosity towards bitcoin: I didn’t own any and I didn’t understand it. I decided to start learning about bitcoin through researching the technology…
python  bitcoin  block  chain 
january 2018 by ianweatherhogg
How to Generate a Vanity Bitcoin Address on AWS
To generating vanity Bitcoin address like _1MasonVyvcWgW6KtWVbhW4hdjEKgii3tZ7 you use a brute force algorythm. Using my 2.6 GHz Macbook Pro I can generate ab...
amazon  cloud  gpu  cuda  bitcoin 
january 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Exonum Documentation
Exonum is an extensible open-source framework for creating blockchain applications. Exonum can be used to create cryptographically powered distributed ledgers in virtually any problem domain, including FinTech, GovTech, and LegalTech. The Exonum framework is oriented towards creating permissioned blockchains, that is, blockchains with the known set of blockchain infrastructure providers.
rust  block  chain  bitcoin  documentation 
january 2018 by ianweatherhogg
CryptoCompare API - Cryptocurrency data API for over 40 exchanges and 600 coins(BTC,ETH,XMR + 600 other cryptos)
<h2>The best API for getting cryptocurrency pricing, OHLC and volume data from multiple exchanges. We have integrated so far with: Cryptsy, BTCChina, Bitstamp, BTER, OKCoin, Coinbase, Poloniex, Cexio, BTCE, BitTrex, Kraken, Bitfinex, Yacuna, LocalBitcoins, Yunbi, itBit, HitBTC, btcXchange, BTC38, Coinfloor, Huobi, CCCAGG, LakeBTC, ANXBTC, Bit2C, Coinsetter, CCEX, Coinse, MonetaGo, Gatecoin, Gemini, CCEDK, Cryptopia, Exmo, Yobit, Korbit, BitBay, BTCMarkets, Coincheck, QuadrigaCX, BitS...
api  mashup  bitcoin 
january 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Build Your Own Blockchain: A Python Tutorial – @Ecomunsing
Download the full Jupyter/iPython notebook from Github here Build Your Own Blockchain - The Basics¶This tutorial will walk you through the basics of how to build a blockchain from scratch. Focusing on the details of a concrete example will provide a deeper understanding of the strengths and limitations of blockchains. For a higher-level overview, I'd…
python  block  chain  bitcoin 
december 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Write your next Ethereum Contract in Pyramid Scheme
Haskell programmers often code in ivory towers with their heads in the cloud. In this multi-part article series, we’ll get our feet wet diving deep below C l...
bitcoin  racket  vm  virtual  machine  5* 
december 2017 by ianweatherhogg
How does Ethereum work, anyway? – Preethi Kasireddy – Medium
Odds are you’ve heard about the Ethereum blockchain, whether or not you know what it is. It’s been in the news a lot lately, including the cover of some major magazines, but reading those articles…
block  chain  bitcoin  helloworld  5* 
september 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Central bank cryptocurrencies
Part 5 of "International banking and financial market developments" (BIS Quarterly Review), September 2017 by Morten Bech and Rodney Garratt. New cryptocurrencies are emerging almost daily, and many interested parties are wondering whether central banks should issue their own versions.
economics  bitcoin 
september 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Roll your Own Bitcoin Exchange in Haskell
A stock exchange is a complex beast, but much of it can be reduced to a single data structure: the Order Book. A Bitcoin exchange uses the same data structur...
haskell  bitcoin  4*  trading  order  book 
september 2017 by ianweatherhogg
richardkiss (Richard Kiss) / Repositories
richardkiss has 31 repositories available. Follow their code on GitHub.
github  python  bitcoin 
april 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Tradewave - Build your own automated Bitcoin trading strategy
Tradewave is an algorithmic trading platform for cryptocurrencies. We make it easy to create your own automated trading strategies, run backtests and trade live on any of the major cryptocurrency exchanges.
bitcoin  broker 
april 2017 by ianweatherhogg
1Broker.com - Bitcoin Forex & CFD Trading
1Broker connects Bitcoin with global markets. Trade forex, stocks, commodities, indices and cryptocurrencies on our minimalist platform.
bitcoin  broker 
april 2017 by ianweatherhogg
ethereumK
GitHub is where people build software. More than 21 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 57 million projects.
github  bitcoin  haskell 
april 2017 by ianweatherhogg
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