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CryptoList: Curated Collection Of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Resource

CryptoList

Curated collection of blockchain & cryptocurrency links.

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Media

Magazines and Blogs

  • CryptoHackers - Cryptoworld superheroes interviews. Fascinating facts, teams insides and success stories.
  • CoinTelegraph - The leading publication offering latest news, analysis, expert opinions, community commentaries. Founded in 2013.
  • CoinDesk - CoinDesk is the world leader in news and information on digital currencies. 17M mothly users.
  • CryptoCoins News - Fresh news and analysis. This huge blog posts very frequently. Approx. 7M readers monthly.
  • Bitcoin Magazine - Bitcoin Magazine is the oldest and most established source of news, information and expert commentaries. Sometimes posts deep and very interesting articles.
  • 99 Bitcoins - 99 Bitcoins is the largest information source for non technical newbies.
  • Coin Speaker - Founded in 2014, CoinSpeaker is one of the most influentional news source.
  • The Memory Pool - Satoshi Nakamoto Institute blog.
  • Tim Swanson Blog - Blog of director of market research at R3.
  • Oleg Andreev Blog - Blog of hardcore developer, product architect at Chain.com.
  • CoinGape - Global blockchain, cryptocurrency, ICO news, updates, guides and analysis.
  • Freedom to Tinker - Princeton hosted tech blog: researches and experts commentaries.
  • Money and State - Blog of Erik Voorhees, CEO of leading digital asset exchange ShapeShift.io
  • Gavin Andersesn Blog - Blog of Bitcoin developer.
  • Peter Todd Blog - Blog of Todd, the applied cryptography consultant.
  • Richard Brown Blog - Blog of Head of Technology at R3CEV.
  • Laanwj Blog - Blog of Bitcoin core developer and reverse engineer.
  • Crypto Analyst - World’s premier cryptocurrency news analysis.
  • Bitrazzi - Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency And Blockchain News.
  • Bitfalls - Technical news, solidity tutorials, and skeptical research. EN and HR languages.
  • What Bitcoin Did - Blog of accidental Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency investor, miner, blogger and podcaster.
  • CryptoGround - Get latest news related to Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies.

Medium

  • Vitalik Buterin - Ethereum creator, cryptocurrency evangelist.
  • Bitcoin Tech Talk - All About Bitcoin Development.
  • Tuur Demeester - Economist & investor, editor in chief at Adamant Research.
  • Vinny Lingham - CEO of Civic.com.
  • Nicolas Dorier - Main developer of NBitcoin. CTO at Metaco SA.
  • Nick Tomaino - Tech investor @RunaCapital.
  • Eric Lombrozo - Co-CEO & CTO Ciphrex Corp., Bitcoin Core contributor.
  • Jimmy Song - Bitcoin Developer and Entrepreneur.
  • Linda Xie - Product Manager @Coinbase. Advisor @0xProject.
  • Fred Ehrsam - Previously co-founder @Coinbase, trader @GoldmanSachs, computer science @DukeU.
  • Token Economy - Making sense of the latest in crypto-land: cryptocurrencies, blockchains, ICOs, dapps & the growing token economy.

Telegram Channels

  • Crypto Memes - Cryptoworld funny pictures.
  • Crypto - The god of all crypto channels.
  • UpcomingICOs - This channel is dedicated to informing people of up and coming ICO's.
  • CryptoNews - Cryptocurrency news megafeed that is posted in real time, even before they hit social media.
  • Ethereum dapps - Ethereum & DAPPS news and updates.
  • Telegram Crypto Groups - Directory of all of Telegram crypto related groups.

News Aggregators

  • CryptoControl - CryptoControl aggregates news from many sources (Twitter, Reddit, Google Trends etc) and displays it in the Trello style.
  • CryptoPanic - CryptoPanic is news aggregator platform indicating impact on price and market for traders and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
  • ETHNews - ETHNews is emerging provider of Ethereum and Blockchain ecosystem news.
  • Coin Spectator - Get the latest cryptocurrency, bitcoin & blockchain news from many news sources.
  • CoinsCalendar - CoinsCalendar displays all upcoming coins events and updates.
  • CoinDar - Be first to know about coming cryptocurrency news, updates, hard forks, meetups, coins listing on exchanges and other important events.
  • BTCnews - Mature cryptocurrency news and charts app for iOS.
  • CryptoAudio - A tool that creates news summaries from various sources and reads them using a text-to-speech technology.
  • CryptoFlash.io - Top 200+ cryptocurrencies news & rumors in real time!
  • AmuletPlatform - Real-time sentiment analysis of 24M+ posts about crypto from Reddit and Bitcointalk
  • InTokenWeTrust - News aggregator platform with all media and blogs about cryptocurrency.

Price Trackers

  • CoinMarketcap - Old and cool. All coins prices, graphs, market caps. API, widgets, tools. Used by 90M monthly users.
  • Coincap - CoinCap tracks market data for hundreds of cryptocurrencies in real-time. They also have very useful mobile app.
  • Cryptowatch - Live price charts and market data for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. Many exchanges, flexible settings and cool API.
  • Bitcoinwisdom - Live Bitcoin/Litecoin charts with EMA, MACD and other indicators. Support many exchanges (Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Coinbase, Bittrex, Poloniex etc).
  • Flippening Watch - When will Ethereum overtake Bitcoin and become the most important cryptocurrency?
  • Coindex - Beautiful cryptocurrency price tracker for iOS.
  • WorldCoinIndex - Realtime cryptocurrency price monitoring tool. Lots of altcoins and many fiat currencies.
  • CryptTrader - Cryptocurrency trading platform. Charts, news and trollbox. Add widgets to customize the look.
  • Coin Daily Update - Daily email update with price changes of customizable coins.
  • Coindera - Real time cryptocurrency price alerts for 2,000+ coins on 25+ exchanges.
  • Cryptocurrency CLI - Cryptocurrency portfolio on the command line.
  • ckandr - A command-line cryptocurrency price ticker specifically for popular Indian cryptocurrency exchanges.
  • CoinAlyze - Cryptocurrency real-time charts, price levels, statistics and candlestick patterns detection.
  • Cryptomon - Modern trading indicators and price predictions based on machine intelligence.
  • MoonHash - Cryptocurrency portfolio, price monitoring and telegram monitoring Google Chrome Extension
  • Coincall - Simplest web-based crypto price and portfolio tracker.
  • Owl Crypto - Cryptocurrency percentage change monitor.
  • Coin Market Manager - Smart, accurate, Portfolio tracking. Realtime Breakeven and Profit Loss features.

ICO Trackers

  • ICOtracker - Very informative and trusted tracker.
  • The ICO digest - Weekly ICO digest.
  • TokenData - See ICO stats: ROI, total investments, status and other information.
  • CoinSchedule - Live Token Sales & ICOs.
  • ICO Bazaar - Informative website + ICOs alerts.
  • Picoloresearch - Independent research on blockchain startups and ICOs.
  • Smith + Crown ICO list - Curated list of ongoing and upcoming token sales. Have some research tiers.
  • ICORating - ICOrating specializes in evaluating companies with planned ICO.
  • ICO Alert - Source for analysis of active and upcoming Initial Coin Offerings.
  • TokenMarket - TokenMarket is marketplace for tokens, digital assets and blockchain based investing.
  • ICOdrops - Constantly updating kanban style ICO board.
  • ICO Whitelists - Articles on ICOs. Also tracks growth of 200+ Telegram groups for ICOs.
  • ICOAlarm - ICO discovery, analysis, and alerts crossplatform mobile application.
  • ICO Toplist - List, review and rate all ICOs: Past, Active and Upcoming ones.

Exchanges

  • Local Bitcoins - Buy and sell bitcoins near you. Trusted by 10M monthly users.
  • Poloniex - USA. Trust: 3.5/5. Tons of altcoins. Poor support.
  • CoinBase - USA. Trust: 5/5. Pay with fiat.
  • Kraken - USA. Trust: 5/5. Founded in 2011.
  • Bittrex - USA. Trust: 3.8/5. Many altcoins.
  • CEX.IO - UK. Trust: 5/5. Fiat. Newbie friendly.
  • BestBitcoinExchange - Curated list of 35 popular exchanges. Looks SEOish but does the job well.
  • Shapeshift - No login, fast, awesome API.
  • Changelly - Fiat, nice affiliate program.
  • Cryptoradar - Compares prices and features from > 25 exchanges and brokers.
  • Binance - Modern exchange with the lowest fees and it's own token.
  • Kucoin - Modern. Evolving really fast. Has it's own token.
  • Guarda Exchange - Anonymous crypto exchange and wallet.
  • DDEX - Decentralized, non-custodial token to token trading powered by 0xproject and Hydro.
  • ForkDelta - One of the earliest and still most popular decentralized exchanges.
  • ChangeNOW - Limitless and fast coin swaps free of custody.
  • n.exchange - Open source non-custodial exchange with fiat, a great API and a non-custodial cross chain order book.

Communities

Chats

  • Crypto Aquarium - Great community (Telegram, Slack). Curated by Joshua Petty, the Coindex creator. 800+ members.
  • Bitpam - Friendly Discord community. 300+ members.
  • Bitcoin Core Community - Telegram discussion about Bitcoin and Bitcoin Core. 2000+ members.
  • Blockstack - Official Blockstack Slack community. 3000+ members.
  • CryptoMinded - All things crypto: events, jobs, trades, news. 1000+ Slack members.
  • IRC #bitcoin channel - Old good IRC. The channel of 200 silent people.

Forums

  • CryptoHeresy ⚡️ - Fresh Bitcoin forum with focus on cryptocurrency tools and resources.
  • Bitcoin Talk - Homepage of the Bitcoin community from the start. Made by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009.
  • Bitcoin.com Forum - Strong community of 30,000+ users.
  • BitcoinGarden - This young forum has appeared in Jan 2017.
  • CryptoCurrencyTalk - Born in 2013, very active forum. Modern engine.
  • Token Daily - Crypto news, launches, white papers and Q&A with experts 📈
  • Stadivm - Newborn cryptocurrency forum with a potential.

Other

  • Cryptocompare - CryptoCompare is interactive platform where you can discuss the latest crypto trends and monitor all markets streaming in real time. Also includes perfect altfoilio app.
  • Trading View - Follow pro traders and learn from their analyzes. (Mr. Lavrov is great specialist).
  • Bitcoin on StackExchange - Question and answer site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts.
  • /r/Bitcoin/ - Discuss Bitcoin news on Reddit. 300,000+ readers.
  • Steemit - Fancy Reddit running on a blockchain. Post to earn $. Spend $ to promote yourself.
  • Coinvision - Get alerts about the most credible crypto coins and ICOs and also access private great community.

Twitter Users and Lists

  • Quality Crypto - List of >50 prominent, high signal-to-noise-ratio accounts.

Jobs

  • Coinality - Coinality is free service connecting crypto employers and job seekers.
  • Cryptogrind - Bitcoin freelance platform.
  • Blockchain Dev Jobs - Curated list of jobs from around the web for blockchain engineers.
  • Ethlance - Hire or work for ETH.
  • /r/Jobs4Bitcoins/ - Place on Reddit to offer your talents and skills in exchange for the fastest growing currency in the world.
  • Crypto.jobs - Well categorized jobs list. Owner does a lot to promote it.
  • Beincrypto - Aggregates all the crypto jobs from major job boards.
  • Jobs by BlockRepublic - Useful filters, locations & categories.
  • Crypto Jobs List - Curated jobs from top verified blockchain companies.

Wallets

  • Bitcoin Core - Bitcoin Core is MIT licensed open source Bitcoin wallet. It runs own full node so 145GG of free disk space is required. OSX/Linux/Windows/Ubuntu.
  • Blockchain.info - World’s most popular digital wallet. Mobile apps included.
  • Electrum - Thin Bitcoin client. Opensource, MIT, has 100+ contributors.
  • Exodus - Exodus is the first desktop multi-asset wallet with ShapeShift built in.
  • MyEtherWallet - Opensource webapp to access Ethereum. Old and reliable. ERC20 support. Loved by phishers!
  • Coinomi - Supports many altcoins, fast and has perfect UI (closed source now).
  • Jaxx - Reliable, Jaxx supports many of the leading cryptocurrency platforms. Crossplatform.
  • Ledger Hardware - Reliable hardware wallet. Supports BTC/ETH/ETC/DASH/DOGE and many more coins and ERC20 tokens.
  • Trezor Hardware - The first & most secure hardware wallet. Supports BTC/ETH/ETC/DASH/ and many more coins and ERC20 tokens.
  • CoinBase - Buy Bitcoin for $, NFC payments, requested payments.
  • MyCelium - Geeky wallet, easy to set miners fee, rich transaction details.
  • Samourai - Secure Bitcoin wallet for Android.
  • WalletList - Showcase your public cryptocurrency addresses.
  • WalletGenerator.net - Universal JavaScript client-side wallet generator for 100+ coins.

Altfolio

  • Blockfolio - Cryptocurrency management, with easy to use tools to keep track of all your cryptocurrency investments. Nice widgets. Simple. Android/iOS.
  • ACrypto - Track bitcoin and altcoins prices, custom alarms, detailed charts. Flexible, many settings, informative. Available for iOS & Android.
  • Altpocket - The only tool you need for showcasing, tracking and sharing your cryptocurrency investments.
  • Coinfyi - Track your performance, news & market signals related to your cryptocurrency investments. Anonymous. Simple. Free.
  • f0lio - Beatutiful cryptocurrency portfolio management for mobile devices.
  • BitWorth - Cryptocurrency Net Worth Tracker for iOS.
  • CoinDex - iOS app that lets you stay up to date with the cryptocurrency markets you want to watch.
  • Delta - Ultimate cryptocurrency portfolio tracker tool for iOS & Android.
  • Crypto Central - Bitcoin & cryptocurrency portfolio tracker for iOS/Android.
  • Cryptagon - Powerful app to track portfolio. Automatic imports from exchanges.
  • Cryptonomy - Portfolio tracking, social, forum, chat, ico listings, news aggregator, crypto academy. Android/iOS.
  • wallmine - Track both cryptocurrencies and stocks; screeners, heatmaps, news, push notifications.
  • CoinTracker - Cryptocurrency asset tracker that automatically pulls all balances and transactions from exchanges and cryptocurrency wallets.
  • Coin Beat - Crypto tracker for managing over 1300 crypto currencies. Get instant push notification on price activity. iOS and Android.

Useful Tools

  • QR Code Generator - With this free tool you can instantly generate QR code for your Bitcoin/Litecoin/Ethereum/Dogecoin address.
  • Block Explorer - Discover the Bitcoin blockchain blocks online. Includes fees and miners information.
  • EtherScan - Block Explorer and Analytics Platform for Ethereum.
  • ETH Gas Station - Consumer oriented metrics for the Ethereum Gas Market.
  • Metamask - Run Ethereum dApps right in your browser without running full node.
  • ATM Map - Find Bitcoin ATM’s in your country.
  • Statoshi - Realtime Bitcoin node stats. Made by Jameson Lopp.
  • RSIhunter - Find "oversold" and "overbought" cryptocurrencies.
  • CryptoFinance - Google Sheets add-on to get cryptocurrencies rate in spreadsheets.
  • Vanitygen Plus - Generate custom key addresses for 90+ coins.
  • CoinPop.me - Create shareable page for all your cryptocurrency donation addresses.
  • If You Had Bought Crypto - How rich would you be if you had invested in your favourite Cryptocurrency?
  • Vaulty.io - Accept any cryptocurrency for your website, blog, or for general personal use with just one link.
  • Bitcoin Flip Trading simulator - 101% realistic and fun crypto trading Simulator for Beginners!
  • QWallet - Search & view the value of any Ethereum wallet, create your own token portfolio.
  • Ethplorer - Block explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum.
  • EtherChain - Ethereum Blockchain Explorer.
  • Trivial.co - Network explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens.
  • HappyDApps - Web 3.0 browser compatibility check.

Video

YouTube Channels

  • The Cryptoverse - Your cryptocurrency news dose.
  • World Crypto Network - Informative news digests.
  • Crypt0 - Omar is one of the most popular crypto bloggers. He creates fascinating interviews.
  • Ameer Rosic - News, interviews, podcasts and reviews.
  • aantonop - Presentations, discussions, QA by Andreas, the author of "Mastering Bitcoin".
  • CoinSummit - CoinSummit records: startups showcases, discussions and presentations.
  • BitcoinFilm - Short films about people using Bitcoin.
  • Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Course - Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies course. 12 videos, each 45-90 mins.
  • CryptoPortfolio - YouTube channel reviewing ICOs and various cryptocurrencies.
  • CryptoBud - Technical and fundamental analysis on how to invest in cryptocurrencies.
  • Cryptotips - Heidi provides you with insights into projects, ICOs and ecosystem, as well as creating videos for beginners.
  • EtherCasts - Ancient Ethereum news, reviews and interviews channel.
  • Bitcoin Playlist - Great list of 55 Bitcoin talks.
  • Decentralized TV - Blockchain, Bitcoin, and Cryptocurrency News, Culture, and Entertainment.
  • Crypto Daily - Crypto news on (mostly) daily basis.

Movies

Learning

Books

Courses

  • Coursera Course - Telling what is special about Bitcoin and how it works at technical level. Created by Princeton University.
  • Udemy Course - The definitive guide to understand what the bitcoin is and why we should care about them.
  • Khan's Academy Course - The very basics of how blockchain, Bitcoin and encryption works.
  • Pluralsight Course - Introduction to Bitcoin and decentralized technology for beginners.
  • University of Nicosia MOOC - University of Nicosia´s free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) DFIN-511: Introduction to Digital Currencies.

Other

  • CoinPride Newsletter - The most important crypto news and events. One handcrafted email per week.
  • Bitcoin Wiki - Technical specifications of the protocol as well as more basic information about how to buy, sell or use bitcoins.
  • Blockchain Demo - This interactive demo will guide you through each component of blockchain step-by-step.
  • MyCryptoGuide - The guide is meant to serve as both easy-to-understand introduction to the world of cryptocurrencies.
  • Bad Bitcoin - List of known scams, HYIPs and Ponzi schemes.
  • EthList - The Crowdsourced Ethereum Reading List.
  • Satoshi Nakamoto WhitePaper - Bitcoin fundamentals described by the creator.
  • Bitcoin Developer Docs - Detailed information about the Bitcoin protocol and related specifications.
  • Bitcoin Forks - All bitcoin forks visualisation.
  • Coin Demo - Visual demonstration of how bitcoin transactions work.
  • Rhymes With Fiat - Bitcoin webcomic (with educational notes).
  • Whitepaper.io - All whitepapers in one place.

Trading Tools

  • Quadency - Crypto trading and real-time portfolio analytics.

For Developers

API

  • Shapeshift - Embed exchange in your app. Trusted by hundreds of apps.
  • Bittrex - Almighty API. You can do anything with it.
  • Poloniex - The biggest exchange API. PHP and Python wrapper.
  • CryptoWatch - Public REST API, providing basic information about all markets on Cryptowatch.
  • Microsoft BaaS - Blockchain as Service (BaaS) from Microsoft Azure.
  • CoinMarketCap - Powerful JSON API covering 1000+ coins. Limit: 1 request per 6 sec.
  • CoinCap - Simple and informative. Lots of altcoins. History data. No limits.
  • ChangeNOW - Easy integration of the cryptocurrency exchange. Limitless and fast coin swaps free of custody.

Other

  • Bitpay - Use BitPay's retail, ecommerce, billing, and donation tools to accept payments.
  • Gekko - Free and open source trading bot. GUI, CLI, NodeJS, nice docs. 18 exchanges (including Bitfinex, Bitstamp and Poloniex).
  • Zenbot - Free and open source trading bot. CLI, NodeJS. GDAX, Poloniex, Kraken, Bittrex, Quadriga and Gemini.
  • Web3.js - Ethereum JS API. Requires nodejs, npm and running node.
  • OpenZeppelin - OpenZeppelin is open framework of reusable and secure smart contracts in the Solidity language. 1500+ Slack community members.
  • GETH - CLI tools for Ethereum. Python, C++, Go implementations.
  • Embark - Framework for serverless Decentralized Applications using Ethereum, IPFS and other platforms. JS.
  • Truffle - The most popular framework for Ethereum. JS.
  • Ropsten Ethereum Faucet - Instantly get ether to experiment on the Ropsten testnet.
  • Kovan Ethereum Faucet - Instantly get ether to experiment on the Kovan testnet.
  • CCXT - JS/Python/PHP library for cryptocurrency trading and e-commerce with support for many exchanges and merchant APIs.
  • QuikNode - Cloud-hosted Ethereum nodes for developers and investors.
  • Consensys Academy - Getting started resources by Consensys.
  • Portis - JavaScript SDK that lets people run your Ethereum DApp in the browser, using the same account on all their devices.

Podcasts (Updated October, 2019)

  • Epicenter - The Podcast at the Forefront of the Decentralized Technology Revolution.
  • Bitcoin Knowledge - Learn about blockchain and fintech.
  • BlockChannel - Dedicated to educating the world on the power of blockchain based technologies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ZCash.
  • [Off The Chain] (https://blockworksgroup.io/off-the-chain-podcast) - Host Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano talks to some of the most respected names in crypto and Wall Street to find out how intelligent investors from the new and old financial system are thinking about digital assets.
  • [Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto] (https://unchainedpodcast.com) - This weekly, hour-long podcast with host Laura Shin dives deep into the people building the decentralized internet, the details of this technology that could underpin our future, and some of the thorniest topics in crypto, such as regulation, security and privacy.
  • [What Grinds My Gears] (https://blockworksgroup.io/what-grinds-my-gears-podcast) - From Meltem Demirors and Jill Carlson, What Grinds My Gears is a podcast about the bizarre and buzzworthy happenings in the world of cryptocurrency. Each week, they delve into one key theme in crypto, and examine this theme through a broader financial, political, and cultural lens
  • [What Bitcoin Did] (https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/podcast) - In this podcast you will hear host Peter McCormack speak with crypto traders, miners, venture capitalist, investors, technical developers, CEOs, journalist and other people driving forward the growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
  • [Untold Stories with Charlie Shrem] (https://blockworksgroup.io/untold-stories-podcast) - Host Charlie Shrem dives deep into the lives and personal histories of some of crypto’s most influential leaders.
  • [Tales From The Crypt] (https://anchor.fm/tales-from-the-crypt) - Tales from the Crypt is a podcast hosted by Marty Bent about Bitcoin. Join Marty, Editor in Chief of "the best newsletter in crypto", as he sits down to discuss Bitcoin with interesting people.
  • [The Token Daily with Soona Amhaz] (https://blockworksgroup.io/the-token-daily-podcast) - Host soona amhaz sits down with the movers and shakers of the crypto industry to discuss the big ideas they spend their days thinking about. Soona and her guests examine everything from industry trends, to what books they’re reading, to human psychology and investing.
  • [The Flippening] (https://blog.nomics.com/category/flippening/) - Flippening is for cryptocurrency investors. Each week host Clay Collins discusses the cryptocurrency economy, new investment strategies for maximizing returns, and stories from the front lines of financial disruption.
  • [The Chain Reaction Podcast] (https://fiftyonepercent.podbean.com) - Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital converses with the top names in crypto and blockchain.
  • [Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto] (https://unchainedpodcast.com/category/unconfirmed/) - This weekly crypto podcast reveals how the marquee names in crypto are reacting to the week’s top headlines. With host Laura Shin, the guests also discuss what they’re thinking about these days and reveal what they believe is on the horizon in crypto
  • [The Unhashed Podcast] (https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-unhashed-podcast-bitcoin-blockchain-) - Unhashed breaks down the latest in Bitcoin news and developments and puts them into terms everyone can understand. Expect to be both entertained and educated about cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
  • [The Scoop] (https://www.theblockcrypto.com/the-scoop-podcast) - The Block’s team, led by Frank Chaparro, draw out the freshest and deepest insights about digital assets from traditional Wall Street, crypto native, Fortune 500 and many other crypto ecosystem leaders.
  • [Base Layer] (https://acrabaselayer.podbean.com) - Base Layer with host David Nage will be providing insights from founders and investors in the base layer of cryptoassets.
  • [Blockchain Innovation: Interviewing The Brightest Minds In Blockchain] (https://blockchain.global/blockchain-innovation/) - Blockchain Innovation is where host Frederick Munawa interviews the brightest minds in Blockchain and cryptocurrency — entrepreneurs, executives, and top academics — to discuss present and future applications of Blockchain Technology.
  • [Blockchain Insider] (https://bi.11fs.com/) - Blockchain Insider, hosted by Simon Taylor and Colin Platt is a dedicated podcast specializing in Bitcoin, Blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT). Simon and Colin break down the week’s news with expertise and enthusiasm for the blockchain and digital currency sector.
  • [Let’s Talk Crypto] (https://schoolofcrypto.com) - Let’s Talk Crypto with Barry Moore and Tom Galeski breaks it all down in easy to understand terms and helps you “learn and earn” in the age of cryptocurrencies.
  • [Blockchain 2025] (https://podcast.bitcoin.com/s9-Blockchain-2025) - Blockchain is a technology that will disrupt nearly every industry. Host Matt Aaron and Blake Moore explore one industry in every episode.
  • [IBM Blockchain Pulse] (https://www.ibm.com/blogs/blockchain/category/podcast) - Host and blockchain-evangelist Matt Hooper engages with the planet’s most dynamic blockchain thought-leaders, explorers and innovators to discover the countless new ways blockchain is leaping from theory to reality: From entertainment to identity, from payments to secure supply-chain transparency.
  • [Messari’s Unqualified Opinions] (https://blockworksgroup.io/unqualified-opinions) - Unqualified Opinions is a podcast hosted by Messari’s CEO Ryan Selkis featuring candid, fast-paced interviews with crypto’s top builders and investors.
  • [The Bitcoin Podcast Network] (https://thebitcoinpodcast.com/category/podcast) - One of the ‘originals’ and hands-down one of the best sources of information on the crypto market available online today.
  • [Crypto Street Podcast] (https://cryptostreetpod.podbean.com) - The Crypto Street Podcast is a cryptocurrency podcast hosted by the three Twitter influencers @K1llerWh4le, @13Prince31 and @CryptoDale. With a lot of humor, they address current market trends mixed with opinion-based discussions on the crypto-ecosystem.
  • [Ledger Cast] (https://ledgerstatus.com/topic/ledgercast/) - Ledger Cast covers the cryptocurrency industry, including technical and trading analysis, fundamental analysis, and anything else crypto and blockchain related. The podcast is initiated by Ledger Status (@ledgerstatus) who is known for his in-depth technical analysis of cryptoassets.

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Games

  • CryptoKitties - Collect, breed and trade rare kitties in one of the world's first blockchain games.

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Mining Digital Gold one Block at a Time?! • Don't Expect to Get Insanely Rich (Quick) • Tulips :tulip::tulip::tulip: (like Blockchains) are Great and Gorgeous (and will Endure)

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        { from: "Dutchgrown", to: "Vincent", what: "Tulip Bloemendaal Sunset", qty: 10 },
        { from: "Keukenhof",  to: "Anne",    what: "Tulip Semper Augustus",    qty: 7  } )

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        { from: "Flowers",    to: "Ruben",   what: "Tulip Admiral van Eijck",  qty: 5  },
        { from: "Vicent",     to: "Anne",    what: "Tulip Bloemendaal Sunset", qty: 3  },
        { from: "Anne",       to: "Julia",   what: "Tulip Semper Augustus",    qty: 1  },
        { from: "Julia",      to: "Luuk",    what: "Tulip Semper Augustus",    qty: 1  } )
...

(Source: blockchain_with_transactions.rb)

Awesome Blockchains

A collection about awesome blockchains - open distributed databases w/ crypto hashes incl. git ;-). Blockchains are the new tulips :tulip::tulip::tulip:.

Contents:

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SEC Investor Education:

  • Don't understand an investment?
  • Don't invest in it.

Yes, but what if there's only 21 million of it?

- Trolly McTrollface

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.s) & Answers

Q: What's a Blockchain?

A: A blockchain is a distributed database with a list (that is, chain) of records (that is, blocks) linked and secured by digital fingerprints (that is, cryptho hashes). Example from blockchain.rb:

[#<Block:0x1eed2a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 20:52:38,
  @data          = "Genesis",
  @previous_hash = "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
  @hash          = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b">,
 #<Block:0x1eec9a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:02:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data...",
  @previous_hash = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b",
  @hash          = "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743">,
 #<Block:0x1eec838
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:12:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data......",
  @previous_hash = "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743",
  @hash          = "be50017ee4bbcb33844b3dc2b7c4e476d46569b5df5762d14ceba9355f0a85f4">,
  ...

Q: What's a Hash? What's a (One-Way) Crypto(graphic) Hash Digest Checksum?

A: A hash e.g. eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743 is a small digest checksum calculated with a one-way crypto(graphic) hash digest checksum function e.g. SHA256 (Secure Hash Algorithm 256 Bits) from the data. Example from blockchain.rb:

def calc_hash
  sha = Digest::SHA256.new
  sha.update( @timestamp.to_s + @previous_hash + @data )
  sha.hexdigest   ## returns "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743"
end

A blockchain uses

  • the block timestamp (e.g. 1637-09-15 20:52:38) and
  • the hash from the previous block (e.g. edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b) and finally
  • the block data (e.g. Transaction Data...)

to calculate the new hash digest checksum, that is, the hash e.g. be50017ee4bbcb33844b3dc2b7c4e476d46569b5df5762d14ceba9355f0a85f4.

Q: What's a Merkle Tree?

A: A Merkle tree is a hash tree named after Ralph Merkle who patented the concept in 1979 (the patent expired in 2002). A hash tree is a generalization of hash lists or hash chains where every leaf node (in the tree) is labelled with a data block and every non-leaf node (in the tree) is labelled with the crypto(graphic) hash of the labels of its child nodes. For more see the Merkle tree Wikipedia Article.

Note: By adding crypto(graphic) hash functions you can "merkelize" any data structure.

Q: What's a Merkelized DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph)?

A: It's a blockchain secured by crypto(graphic) hashes that uses a directed acyclic graph data structure (instead of linear "classic" linked list).

Note: Git uses merkelized dag (directed acyclic graph)s for its blockchains.

Q: Is the Git Repo a Blockchain?

A: Yes, every branch in the git repo is a blockchain. The "classic" Satoshi-blockchain is like a git repo with a single master branch (only).

Do-It-Yourself (DIY) - Build Your Own Blockchain

PythonRubyJavaScriptJavaGo

Python

Let's Build the Tiniest Blockchain in Python Series by Gerald Nash

Build Your Own Blockchain: A Python Tutorial by Eric Munsing, March 2017, (Source)

Learn Blockchains by Building One (in Python) by Daniel van Flymen, September 2017, (Source) -- The fastest way to learn how Blockchains work is to build one

Build Your Own Blockchain (in Python 3) Series by Jack Schultz, (Source)

A Practical Introduction to Blockchain with Python by Adil Moujahid, March 2018, (Source)

Ruby

How Does Bitcoin Force Consensus Among Byzantine Generals? by Fabio Akita, November 2017

blockchain-lite - Build your own blockchains with crypto hashes; revolutionize the world with blockchains, blockchains, blockchains one block at a time! by Gerald Bauer, Ruby Advent Calendar 2017 / Day 1, December 2017

merkletree library - Build Your Own Crypto Hash Trees; Grow Your Own Money on Trees by Gerald Bauer, Ruby Advent Calendar 2017 / Day 19, December 2017

centralbank command line tool (and library) - Print Your Own Money / Cryptocurrency; Run Your Own Federated Central Bank Nodes on the Blockchain Peer-to-Peer over HTTP by Gerald Bauer, Ruby Advent Calendar 2017 / Day 24, December 2017

A guide to building a blockchain & cryptocurrency from scratch (Source) by Antoine Fink, April 2021

Crystal

Write your own blockchain and Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithm using Crystal by Bradford Lamson-Scribner, May 2018, (Source)

JavaScript

Writing a Tiny Blockchain in JavaScript by Xavier Decuyper, July 2017

Node.js Blockchain Imlementation: BrewChain: Chain+WebSockets+HTTP Server by Darren Beck, November 2017, (Source) -- Protecting the tea making ledger from unscrupulous colleagues

Build your own Blockchain in Javascript/Visualization of Blockchains by Nam Chu Hoai, January 2018

TypeScript

Naivecoin: a tutorial for building a cryptocurrency by Lauri Hartikka, (Source)

Java

Creating Your First Blockchain with Java, Part 1 by Kass, December 2017, (Source)

Kotlin

Let's implement a cryptocurrency in Kotlin by Vasily Fomin, July 2018, (Source)

SQL

Blockchain by Example in SQL Server by Benjamin Campbell, December 2017, (Source)

Rust

Building Blockchain in Rust Series by Jacob Lindahl, GeekLaunch, (Source), (Slide Decks in PDF)

Go

Building Blockchain in Go Series by Ivan Kuznetsov, (Source)

Blockchain Series in Go by by Coral Health (Source)

Talk Notes

More

See Build your own Blockchain / Cryptocurrency @ Build your own (insert technology here)

Samples

Blockchain from Scratch - Ruby Version

class Block

  attr_reader :timestamp
  attr_reader :data
  attr_reader :previous_hash
  attr_reader :hash

  def initialize(data, previous_hash)
    @timestamp     = Time.now
    @data          = data
    @previous_hash = previous_hash
    @hash          = calc_hash
  end

  def self.first( data="Genesis" )    # create genesis (big bang! first) block
    ## note: uses all zero for previous_hash ("0")
    Block.new( data, "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" )
  end

  def self.next( previous, data="Transaction Data..." )
    Block.new( data, previous.hash )
  end

private

  def calc_hash
    sha = Digest::SHA256.new
    sha.update( @timestamp.to_s + @previous_hash + @data )
    sha.hexdigest
  end

end  # class Block


#####
## let's get started
##   build a blockchain a block at a time

b0 = Block.first( "Genesis" )
b1 = Block.next( b0, "Transaction Data..." )
b2 = Block.next( b1, "Transaction Data......" )
b3 = Block.next( b2, "More Transaction Data..." )

blockchain = [b0, b1, b2, b3]

pp blockchain

(Source: blockchain.rb)

will pretty print (pp) something like:

[#<Block:0x1eed2a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 20:52:38,
  @data          = "Genesis",
  @previous_hash = "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
  @hash          = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b">,
 #<Block:0x1eec9a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:02:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data...",
  @previous_hash = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b",
  @hash          = "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743">,
 #<Block:0x1eec838
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:12:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data......",
  @previous_hash = "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743",
  @hash          = "be50017ee4bbcb33844b3dc2b7c4e476d46569b5df5762d14ceba9355f0a85f4">,
 #<Block:0x1eec6d0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:22:38,
  @data          = "More Transaction Data...",
  @previous_hash = "be50017ee4bbcb33844b3dc2b7c4e476d46569b5df5762d14ceba9355f0a85f4",
  @hash          = "5ee2981606328abfe0c3b1171440f0df746c1e1f8b3b56c351727f7da7ae5d8d">]

Comments from the reddit ruby posting:

Wait, so a blockchain is just a linked list?

No. A linked list is only required to have a reference to the previous element, a block must have an identifier depending on the previous block's identifier, meaning that you cannot replace a block without recomputing every single block that comes after. In this implementation that happens as the previous digest is input in the calc_hash method.

What about Proof of Work / Waste?

Let's add a proof of work / waste to the blockchain. In the classic blockchain you have to compute a block hash that starts with leading zeros (00). The more leading zeros the harder (more difficult) to compute. Let's keep it easy to compute with two leading zeros (00), that is, 16^2 = 256 possibilites (^1,2). Three leading zeros (000) would be 16^3 = 4_096 possibilites and four zeros (0000) would be 16^4 = 65_536 and so on.

(^1): 16 possibilties because it's a hex or hexadecimal or base 16 number, that is, 0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 a (10) b (11) c (12) d (13) e (14) f (15).

(^2): A random secure hash algorithm needs on average 256 tries (might be lets say 305 tries, for example, because it's NOT a perfect statistic distribution of possibilities).

Example:

def compute_hash_with_proof_of_work( difficulty="00" )
  nonce = 0
  loop do
    hash = calc_hash_with_nonce( nonce )
    if hash.start_with?( difficulty )  
      return [nonce,hash]     ## bingo! proof of work if hash starts with leading zeros (00)
    else
      nonce += 1              ## keep trying (and trying and trying)
    end
  end
end

def calc_hash_with_nonce( nonce=0 )
  sha = Digest::SHA256.new
  sha.update( nonce.to_s + @timestamp.to_s + @previous_hash + @data )
  sha.hexdigest
end

(Source: blockchain_with_proof_of_work.rb)

Let's rerun the sample with the proof of work machinery added. Now the sample will pretty print (pp) something like:

[#<Block:0x1e204f0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-20 20:13:38,
  @data          = "Genesis",
  @previous_hash = "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
  @nonce         = 242,
  @hash          = "00b8e77e27378f9aa0afbcea3a2882bb62f6663771dee053364beb1887e18bcf">,
 #<Block:0x1e56e20
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-20 20:23:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data...",
  @previous_hash = "00b8e77e27378f9aa0afbcea3a2882bb62f6663771dee053364beb1887e18bcf",
  @nonce         = 46,
  @hash          = "00aae8d2e9387e13c71b33f8cd205d336ac250d2828011f5970062912985a9af">,
 #<Block:0x1e2bd58
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-20 20:33:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data......",
  @previous_hash = "00aae8d2e9387e13c71b33f8cd205d336ac250d2828011f5970062912985a9af",
  @nonce         = 350,
  @hash          = "00ea45e0f4683c3bec4364f349ee2b6816be0c9fd95cfd5ffcc6ed572c62f190">,
 #<Block:0x1fa8338
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-20 20:43:38,
  @data          = "More Transaction Data...",
  @previous_hash = "00ea45e0f4683c3bec4364f349ee2b6816be0c9fd95cfd5ffcc6ed572c62f190",
  @nonce         = 59,
  @hash          = "00436f0fca677652963e904ce4c624606a255946b921132d5b1f70f7d86c4ab8">]

See the difference? All hashes now start with leading zeros (00) and the nonce is the random "lucky number" that makes it happen. That's the magic behind the proof of work.

Blockchain from Scratch - JavaScript Version

class Block {

  constructor(data, previousHash) {
    this.timestamp    = new Date()
    this.data         = data
    this.previousHash = previousHash
    this.hash         = this.calcHash()
  }

  calcHash() {
    var sha = SHA256.create()
    sha.update( this.timestamp.toString() + this.previousHash + this.data )
    return sha.hex()
  }

  static first( data="Genesis" ) {    // create genesis (big bang! first) block
    // uses all-zero previousHash
    return new Block( data, "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" )
  }

  static next( previous, data="Transaction Data..." ) {
    return new Block( data, previous.hash )
  }
}


//////
// let's get started
//   build a blockchain a block at a time

b0 = Block.first( "Genesis" )
b1 = Block.next( b0, "Transaction Data..." )
b2 = Block.next( b1, "Transaction Data......" )
b3 = Block.next( b2, "More Transaction Data..." )


blockchain = [b0, b1, b2, b3]

console.log( blockchain )

(Source: blockchain.js)

will log something like:

[ Block {
     timestamp    : 1637-09-18 08:25:54,
     data         : 'Genesis',
     previousHash : '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000',
     hash         : 'c396de4c03ddb5275661982adc75ce5fc5905d2a2457d1266c74436c1f3c50f1' },
   Block {
     timestamp    : 1637-09-18 08:35:54,
     data         : 'Transaction Data...',
     previousHash : 'c396de4c03ddb5275661982adc75ce5fc5905d2a2457d1266c74436c1f3c50f1',
     hash         : '493131e09c069645c82795c96e4715cea0f5558be514b5096d853a5b9899154a' },
   Block {
     timestamp    : 1637-09-18 08:45:54,
     data         : 'Transaction Data......',
     previousHash : '493131e09c069645c82795c96e4715cea0f5558be514b5096d853a5b9899154a',
     hash         : '97aa3cb5052615d60ff8e6b41bef606562588c4874f011970ac2f218e2f0f4a8' },
   Block {
     timestamp    : 1637-09-18 08:55:54,
     data         : 'More Transaction Data...',
     previousHash : '97aa3cb5052615d60ff8e6b41bef606562588c4874f011970ac2f218e2f0f4a8',
     hash         : 'e10e020f832e46c2b60e1c3c0412bd370b2fde5f0f782c16eb87d0313ea0d3a3' } ]

Blockchain Articles

Reflections on the Blockchain by Rufus Pollock (Open Knowledge Foundation), July 2016 -- The DAO: Code is not Law – and It’s Dangerous to Think So ++ The Internet changed the world - surely the Blockchain will too? ++ Gold-rush or Internet-rush? ++ Governance Matters in Bitcoin ++ The Myth of a Costless, Ownerless Network ++ Lessons from History

On the Dangers of a Blockchain Monoculture by Tony Arcieri, January 2016 -- The Bitcoin blockchain: the world's worst database ++ Next-generation protocols ++ Decentralized ledger protocols ++ Bitcoin-NG ++ Blockchain! Blockchain! Blockchain! ++ The great decentralized database in the sky

I Don’t Believe in Blockchain by Tim Bray, May 2017

Minimum Viable Blockchain by Ilya Grigorik, May 2014 -- Securing transactions with triple-entry bookkeeping ++ Securing transactions with PKI ++ Balance = Σ(receipts) ++ Multi-party transfers & verification ++ Double-spending and distributed consensus - Requirements for a distributed consensus network; Protecting the network from Sybil attacks; Proof-of-work as a participation requirement ++ Building the minimum viable blockchain - Adding "blocks" & transaction fee incentives; Racing to claim the transaction fees; Resolving chain conflicts; Blocks are never final ++ Properties of the (minimum viable) blockchain

Blockchains by analogies and applications: How blockchain compares to Git, Raft, and other technologies. by Kieren James-Lubin, January 2016 -- Blockchains are databases ++ Understanding transactions ++ Persistent, replicated databases (related technology: Git) ++ Peer-to-peer networks (related technology: BitTorrent) ++ Distributed consensus (related technology: distributed databases, Raft) ++ Minting new coins (mining) ++ Embedded identities (related technology: TLS) ++ Smart contracts: Like SQL expressions & triggers ++ What can we really do with blockchains?

Blockchain Books

Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum & Smart Contracts by David Gerard, London, 2017 -- What is a bitcoin? ++ The Bitcoin ideology ++ The incredible promises of Bitcoin! ++ Early Bitcoin: the rise to the first bubble ++ How Bitcoin mining centralised ++ Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? ++ Spending bitcoins in 2017 ++ Trading bitcoins in 2017: the second crypto bubble ++ Altcoins ++ Smart contracts, stupid humans ++ Business bafflegab, but on the Blockchain ++ Case study: Why you can’t put the music industry on a blockchain

Mastering Bitcoin - Programming the Open Blockchain 2nd Edition, by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, 2017 - FREE (Online Source Version) -- What Is Bitcoin? ++ How Bitcoin Works ++ Bitcoin Core: The Reference Implementation ++ Keys, Addresses ++ Wallets ++ Transactions ++ Advanced Transactions and Scripting ++ The Bitcoin Network ++ The Blockchain ++ Mining and Consensus ++ Bitcoin Security ++ Blockchain Applications


BEWARE: Bitcoin is a gigantic ponzi scheme¹. To the moon!? The new gold standard!? Do NOT "invest" trying to get-rich-quick HODLing. Why not? The bitcoin code is archaic and out-of-date. Burn, baby, burn! Proof-of-work / waste is a global energy environmental disaster using 300 kW/h per bitcoin transaction (!) that's about 179 kilograms of CO₂ emissions². Programmable money (or the internet of value) for all future generations with (bitcoin) script without loops and jumps (gotos) and all "stateless"!? LOL.

¹: (Source: Best of Bitcoin Maximalist - Scammers, Morons, Clowns, Shills & BagHODLers - Inside The New New Crypto Ponzi Economics)

²: Assuming let's say 0.596 kilograms of CO₂ per kW/h (that's the energy efficiency in Germany) that's about 179 kilograms of CO₂ per bitcoin transaction (300 kW/h × 0.596 kg). For more insights see the Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index.


Programming Bitcoin from Scratch by Jimmy Song, 2019 - FREE (Online Source Version) -- Chapter 6 - Script - How Script Works • Example Operations • Parsing the Script Fields • Combining the Script Fields • Standard Scripts • p2pk • Problems with p2pk • Solving the Problems with p2pkh • Scripts Can Be Arbitrarily Constructed • Conclusion ++ Chapter 8 - Pay-to-Script Hash - Bare Multisig • Coding OP_CHECKMULTISIG • Problems with Bare Multisig • Pay-to-Script-Hash (p2sh) • Coding p2sh • Conclusion ++ Chapter 13 - Segregated Witness - Pay-to-Witness-Pubkey-Hash (p2wpkh) • p2wpkh Transactions • p2sh-p2wpkh • Coding p2wpkh and p2sh-p2wpkh • Pay-to-Witness-Script-Hash (p2wsh) • p2sh-p2wsh • Coding p2wsh and p2sh-p2wsh • Other Improvements • Conclusion

Programming Bitcoin Script Transaction (Crypto) Contracts Step-by-Step ( Beta / Rough Draft ) by Gerald Bauer et al, 2019 - FREE (Online Version) -- Let's start with building your own bitcoin stack machine from zero / scratch and let's run your own bitcoin ops (operations)...

Programming Blockchains in Ruby from Scratch Step-by-Step Starting w/ Crypto Hashes... ( Beta / Rough Draft ) by Gerald Bauer et al, 2018 - FREE (Online Version) -- (Crypto) Hash ++ (Crypto) Block ++ (Crypto) Block with Proof-of-Work ++ Blockchain! Blockchain! Blockchain! ++ Blockchain Broken? ++ Timestamping ++ Mining, Mining, Mining - What's Your Hash Rate? ++ Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin ++ (Crypto) Block with Transactions (Tx)

Mastering Ethereum - Building Contract Services and Decentralized Apps on the Blockchain - by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Gavin Wood, 2018 - FREE (Online Source Version) What is Ethereum ++ Introduction ++ Ethereum Clients ++ Ethereum Testnets ++ Keys and Addresses ++ Wallets ++ Transactions ++ Contract Services ++ Tokens ++ Oracles ++ Accounting & Gas ++ EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) ++
Consensus ++
DevP2P (Peer-To-Peer) Protocol ++ Dev Tools and Frameworks ++ Decentralized Apps ++ Ethereum Standards (EIPs/ERCs)

Building Decentralized Apps on the Ethereum Blockchain by Roberto Infante, 2018 - FREE chapter 1 -- Understanding decentralized applications ++ The Ethereum blockchain ++ Building contract services in (JavaScript-like) Solidity ++ Running contract services on the Ethereum blockchain ++ Developing Ethereum Decentralized apps with Truffle ++ Best design and security practice

Programming Crypto Blockchain Contracts Step-by-Step Book / Guide ( Beta / Rough Draft ) by Gerald Bauer et al, 2019 - FREE (Online Version) -- Let's Start with Ponzi & Pyramid Schemes. Run Your Own Lotteries, Gambling Casinos and more on the Blockchain World Computer...

Programming Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains in Ruby ( Beta / Rough Draft ) by Gerald Bauer et al, 2018 - FREE (Online Version) @ Yuki & Moto Press Bookshelf -- Digital $$$ Alchemy - What's a Blockchain? - How-To Turn Digital Bits Into $$$ or €€€? • Decentralize Payments. Decentralize Transactions. Decentralize Blockchains. • The Proof of the Pudding is ... The Bitcoin (BTC) Blockchain(s) ++ Building Blockchains from Scratch - A Blockchain in Ruby in 20 Lines! A Blockchain is a Data Structure • What about Proof-of-Work? What about Consensus? • Find the Lucky Number - Nonce == Number Used Once ++ Adding Transactions - The World's Worst Database - Bitcoin Blockchain Mining • Tulips on the Blockchain! Adding Transactions ++ Blockchain Lite - Basic Blocks • Proof-of-Work Blocks • Transactions ++ Merkle Tree - Build Your Own Crypto Hash Trees; Grow Your Own Money on Trees • What's a Merkle Tree? • Transactions ++ Central Bank - Run Your Own Federated Central Bank Nodes on the Blockchain Peer-to-Peer over HTTP • Inside Mining - Printing Cryptos, Cryptos, Cryptos on the Blockchain ++ Awesome Crypto ++ Case Studies - Dutch Gulden • Shilling • CryptoKitties (and CryptoCopycats)

Blockchain for Dummies, IBM Limited Edition by Manav Gupta, 2017 - FREE (Digital Download w/ Email) -- Grasping Blockchain Fundamentals ++ Taking a Look at How Blockchain Works ++ Propelling Business with Blockchains ++ Blockchain in Action: Use Cases ++ Hyperledger, a Linux Foundation Project ++ Ten Steps to Your First Blockchain application

Get Rich Quick "Business Blockchain" Bible - The Secrets of Free Easy Money, 2018 - FREE -- Step 1: Sell hot air. How? ++ Step 2: Pump up your tokens. How? ++ Step 3: Revolutionize the World. How?

Best of Bitcoin Maximalist - Scammers, Morons, Clowns, Shills & BagHODLers - Inside The New New Crypto Ponzi Economics by Trolly McTrollface, et al, 2018 - FREE

Crypto Facts - Decentralize Payments - Efficient, Low Cost, Fair, Clean - True or False? by Nouriel Roubini, David Gerard, et al, 2018 - FREE

Crypto is the Mother of All Scams and (Now Busted) Bubbles - While Blockchain Is The Most Over-Hyped Technology Ever, No Better than a Spreadsheet/Database by Nouriel Roubini, 2018 - FREE

IslandCoin White Paper - A Pen and Paper Cash System - How to Run a Blockchain on a Deserted Island by Tal Kol -- Motivation ++ Consensus ++ Transaction and Block Specification - Transaction format • Block format • Genesis block ++ References

Blockchain (Lite) Crypto Hash Libraries

RubyJavaScript

Ruby

blockchain.lite (github: openblockchains/blockchain.lite.rb, gem: blockchain-lite) - build your own blockchain with crypto hashes - revolutionize the world with blockchains, blockchains, blockchains one block at a time

require 'blockchain-lite'

b0 = Block.first( "Genesis" )
b1 = Block.next( b0, "Transaction Data..." )
b2 = Block.next( b1, "Transaction Data......" )
b3 = Block.next( b2, "More Transaction Data..." )

blockchain = [b0, b1, b2, b3]

pp blockchain   

will pretty print (pp) something like:

[#<Block:0x1eed2a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 20:52:38,
  @data          = "Genesis",
  @previous_hash = "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
  @hash          = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b">,
 #<Block:0x1eec9a0
  @timestamp     = 1637-09-15 21:02:38,
  @data          = "Transaction Data...",
  @hash          = "eb8ecbf6d5870763ae246e37539d82e37052cb32f88bb8c59971f9978e437743",
  @previous_hash = "edbd4e11e69bc399a9ccd8faaea44fb27410fe8e3023bb9462450a0a9c4caa1b">,
  ...

JavaScript

blockchain.lite (github: openblockchains/blockchain.lite.js, npm: blockchain-lite) - build your own blockchain with crypto hashes - revolutionize the world with blockchains, blockchains, blockchains one block at a time

const Blocks = require( "blockchain-lite" )

// use basic block
let Block = Blocks.basic

let b0 = Block.first( 'Genesis' )
let b1 = Block.next( b0, 'Transaction Data...' )
let b2 = Block.next( b1, 'Transaction Data......' )
let b3 = Block.next( b2, 'More Transaction Data...' )

let blockchain = [b0, b1, b2, b3]

console.log( blockchain )

will log something like:

[ Block {
    timestamp:     2017-09-25 17:03:38,
    data:         'Genesis',
    previousHash: '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000',
    hash:         '08f4fa71628c5bc6b430228738bc8c41afaf508ece0b1cf9c9cac53d02e11829' },
  Block {
    timestamp:     2017-09-25 17:13:38,
    data:         'Transaction Data...',
    previousHash: '08f4fa71628c5bc6b430228738bc8c41afaf508ece0b1cf9c9cac53d02e11829',
    hash:         '740a4aeb3441484c96d1e7f63d31b716220ccee3b6fe94547cae2afbb6010626' },
  Block {
    timestamp:     2017-09-25 17:23:38,
    data:         'Transaction Data......',
    previousHash: '740a4aeb3441484c96d1e7f63d31b716220ccee3b6fe94547cae2afbb6010626',
    hash:         '28b6892a069e2ff7f1c3128ab495d7cd9b9b1636a51a7f69db93a14b1ee6b1a7' },
  Block {
    timestamp:     2017-09-25 17:33:38,
    data:         'More Transaction Data...',
    previousHash: '28b6892a069e2ff7f1c3128ab495d7cd9b9b1636a51a7f69db93a14b1ee6b1a7',
    hash:         '4cc0329b2c0cb32e0451fa3179bd944d4cd0fcf410939172f979e9fd2aa9f5f3' } ]

Git, Git, Git - The Stupid Content Tracker with Crypto Hashes

Everything is local. Distributed is the new centralized.

Quotes - Blockchains and Git

Yep, that's the joke. Nobody has been able to explain to me how the "blockchain" buzzword is significantly different to "git repo". -- Yaakov

But if you said "let's build a currency where all transactions are stored in a git repo" you wouldn't be taken seriously for even 24 hrs. -- Yaakov

Soon explaining git like "a git repo is like a blockchain with commits instead of blocks". -- Nicolás Berger

"A local branch is like a state channel. It can be pushed and merged into the master blockchain at any moment." -- Nicolás Berger

The #Blockchain has changed the world. Here I make the argument that the #Blockchain is just like #git. -- Jackson Kelley

git merge [-m REF] [-g BLOB] --push Merge and push all signed commits to the blockchain. -- Git Commands

Books

Learn Enough Git to Be Dangerous by Michael Hartl - FREE (Online Version) -- Getting started ++ Backing up and sharing ++ Intermediate workflow ++ Collaborating ++ Conclusion ++ Advanced setup

Pro Git by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub, 2nd Edition, 2014 - FREE (Online Version) -- Getting Started ++ Git Basics ++ Git Branching ++ Git on the Server ++ Distributed Git ++ GitHub ++ Git Tools ++ Customizing Git ++ Git and Other Systems ++ Git Internals ++ A1: Git in Other Environments ++ A2: Embedding Git in your Applications ++ A3: Git Commands

Git gets easier once you get the basic idea that branches are homeomorphic endofunctors mapping submanifolds of a Hilbert space. -- Anonymous

Open Distributed Databases on Git

football.db - open public domain football datasets (incl. clubs, national teams, leagues, match schedules, etc.)

world.db - open public domain world (country) datasets

beer.db - open public domain beer & brewery datasets

Add a beer transaction to the #blockchain on #git and win a free Wiener Lager beer! Cheers. Prost. -- Gerald Bauer @ Austria Codes

Open Distributed (Hyper) Ledger Books on Git

Shilling (or Schilling) - Shilling on the Blockchain! - Rock-Solid Alpine Dollar from Austria

Tulips - Tulips on the Blockchain! - Learn by Example from the Real World (Anno 1637) - Buy! Sell! Hold! Enjoy the Beauty of Admiral of Admirals, Semper Augustus, and More

Classic Tulip Mania

A period in the Dutch Golden Age during which contract prices for bulbs of the recently introduced tulip reached extraordinarily high levels and then dramatically collapsed in February 1637.

Quotes - Blockchains are the next Internets / Tulips

People who compare digital tokens to tulips are essentially saying digital tokens are a bubble backed by nothing but pure hype and speculation.

What they fail to understand is that tulips come from dirt, not a blockchain.

And as we all know, blockchain is possibly the best technological innovation since the internet. It will have a tremendous impact on global business and society in general. -- TulipToken

Books

Tulipomania: The Story of the World's Most Coveted Flower & the Extraordinary Passions It Aroused by Mike Dash, 2001 -- A Mania for Tulips ++ The Valley of Tien Shan ++ Within the Abode of Bliss ++ Stranger from the East ++ Clusius ++ Leiden ++ An Adornment to the Cleavage ++ The Tulip in the Mirror ++ Florists ++ Boom ++ At the Sign of the Golden Grape ++ The Orphans of Wouter Winkel ++ Bust ++ Goddess of Whores ++ At the Court of the Tulip King ++ Late Flowering

Tulipmania: Money, Honor, and Knowledge in the Dutch Golden Age by Anne Goldgar, 2007 -- Something Strange ++ Art & Flowers ++ Bloemisten ++ Grieving Money ++ Bad Faith ++ Cabbage Fever ++ Glossary ++ A Note on Money

Breaking News: CryptoKitties (Yes, Cute Little Cartoon Cats) on the Blockchain!

Collectible. Breedable. Adorable.

Collect and breed digital cats. Start meow. Buy! Sell! Hold!

Learn more @ cryptokitties.co

Latest (and Greatest) Investment Opportunity!

Blockchain has unlocked the magic of digital scarcity, and combining that with the power of making the digital goods persistent gives them a potential value that is only limited by how much prestige a wealthy person might place on ownership of the item.

-- Justin Poirier

All I want for Christmas is a CryptoKitty.

-- Kayla Williams

I got a fever. And the only prescription is more CryptoKitties.

-- Eduardo Salazar

My Gen 7 CryptoKitty #104375. The Future is Meow.

-- Anshul Dhawan

  • Fabulous Persian Spock Gerbil Gold Cottoncandy - Extremely rare gen 5 swift virgin | 2.9 ETH
  • Rarity: 0.00264% Gen 5 JAGUAR FABULOUS GOLD DALI!! VIRGIN!
  • Rarity: 0.0015% Princess Bubblegum is now for sale! Gen 12 | Brisk | Virgin | Chartreux | Bubblegum | Otaku | Emeraldgreen | Saycheese | Mauveover | Spock - Starts ETH 20/Ends ETH 10
  • Gold ducat, Gen 5, Virgin, Swift. Very cheap
  • Cheap Gen 1 cute kittie with rare genes! Only 0.125 ETH
  • UNIQUE Virgin Peach Googly Gold Mauveover gen:2 cooldown:1 0.87992% RARE
  • SUPER CHEAP: Gerbil, Ragdoll, Scarlet, Chestnut, Cotton Candy!!! 0.02 ETH (~$14)
  • I'm giving away a Gen 1 FAST Gold for free...

-- CrypoKittiesMarket

Awesome CryptoKitties (and CryptoCopycats)

A collection about Awesome CryptoKitties (Yes, Cute Little Cartoon Cats) on the Blockchain! and CryptoCopycats - digital collectibles secured on a distributed public databases w/ crypto hashes. Are CryptoPuppies the new CryptoKitties? Learn by Example from the Real World (Anno 2017) - Buy! Sell! Hodl!

More @ cryptocopycats/awesome-cryptokitties

Events, Meetups, Orgs

Revolutionize the world one country at a time. Blockchainers of the world, unite!

Awesome Awesomeness

A curated list of awesome lists.

  • Blockchain Stuff -- a curated list of blockchain and general cryptocurrency resources
  • Awesome Blockchain by Igor Barinov et al -- a curated list of the bitcoin blockchain services
  • Awesome Blockchain by Tim Reznich et al -- a curated list of blockchain services and exchanges
  • Awesome Blockchain by istinspring et al -- a curated list of awesome projects and services based on blockchain technology
  • Awesome Coins by Kenneth Reitz et al -- a guide to crypto-currencies and their algos
  • Awesome CryptoKitties (and CryptoCopycats) by Gerald Bauer et al -- a curated list about the awesome crypto kitties and copycats
  • Awesome Git by Dick Tang et al -- a curated list of amazingly awesome Git tools, resources and shiny things
  • Awesome by Sindre Sorhus et al -- a curated list of awesome lists

Author: openblockchains
Source Code: https://github.com/openblockchains/awesome-blockchains
License: CC0-1.0 License

#blockchain 

5 Blockchain Applications That Have Transformed the World of Technology

The blockchain is the decentralized database of the blocks of information, which gets recorded in the chain format and linked in a secured crypto graphical manner. This technology ensures proper safety of the data due to its secure nature, and it totally changes how people carry out transactions. It also brings about a faster and secure process of validating information needed to establish reliability.

Though blockchain technology came into the market to carry out only digital transactions, it is now used in various industries like supply chain, finance, health care, and many more.

The blockchain technology has made its position in mobile app development as well. Blockchain applications are transparent and accountable. From getting easy access to medical records and buying insurance, you can see blockchain applications everywhere.

Here are some of the areas where you can see the use of blockchain applications and how they have changed various industries.

1. Ripple

Ripple is useful for increasing banking transactions. The implementation of blockchain technology in the financial sector is much more profound than any other sector. Ripple proves this. It is one of the greatest tools to record and complete financial transactions.

It develops a large network despite strict physical boundaries. As there is no such third-party involvement present, the cost of these transactions is lower than usual. At the same time, the network also remains transparent and quite secured.

It is normally seen that financial transactions that happen globally are

error-prone and take a lot of time. In addition to this, when the transaction

fees and exchange rates get added up, the total cost usually gets high.

However, Ripple offers real-time international transactions without spending too much money. It has the network of about 200+ institutions making the process affordable, secure, and fast for all sorts of international transactions.

2. Etherisc

This blockchain application helps in automating flight insurance. Insurance is another area where blockchain is gaining popularity. Through this application, insurers can make smart contracts rather than getting involved in the traditional contracts that are usually complex. Etherisc is the blockchain application that helps customers buy flight insurance. If the flight gets canceled or delayed, they do not have to wait for months to get the payment back. This application ensures an on-time payout.

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Contents

Media

Magazines and Blogs

  • CryptoHackers - Cryptoworld superheroes interviews. Fascinating facts, teams insides and success stories.
  • CoinTelegraph - The leading publication offering latest news, analysis, expert opinions, community commentaries. Founded in 2013.
  • CoinDesk - CoinDesk is the world leader in news and information on digital currencies. 17M mothly users.
  • CryptoCoins News - Fresh news and analysis. This huge blog posts very frequently. Approx. 7M readers monthly.
  • Bitcoin Magazine - Bitcoin Magazine is the oldest and most established source of news, information and expert commentaries. Sometimes posts deep and very interesting articles.
  • 99 Bitcoins - 99 Bitcoins is the largest information source for non technical newbies.
  • Coin Speaker - Founded in 2014, CoinSpeaker is one of the most influentional news source.
  • The Memory Pool - Satoshi Nakamoto Institute blog.
  • Tim Swanson Blog - Blog of director of market research at R3.
  • Oleg Andreev Blog - Blog of hardcore developer, product architect at Chain.com.
  • CoinGape - Global blockchain, cryptocurrency, ICO news, updates, guides and analysis.
  • Freedom to Tinker - Princeton hosted tech blog: researches and experts commentaries.
  • Money and State - Blog of Erik Voorhees, CEO of leading digital asset exchange ShapeShift.io
  • Gavin Andersesn Blog - Blog of Bitcoin developer.
  • Peter Todd Blog - Blog of Todd, the applied cryptography consultant.
  • Richard Brown Blog - Blog of Head of Technology at R3CEV.
  • Laanwj Blog - Blog of Bitcoin core developer and reverse engineer.
  • Crypto Analyst - World’s premier cryptocurrency news analysis.
  • Bitrazzi - Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency And Blockchain News.
  • Bitfalls - Technical news, solidity tutorials, and skeptical research. EN and HR languages.
  • What Bitcoin Did - Blog of accidental Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency investor, miner, blogger and podcaster.
  • CryptoGround - Get latest news related to Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies.

Medium

  • Vitalik Buterin - Ethereum creator, cryptocurrency evangelist.
  • Bitcoin Tech Talk - All About Bitcoin Development.
  • Tuur Demeester - Economist & investor, editor in chief at Adamant Research.
  • Vinny Lingham - CEO of Civic.com.
  • Nicolas Dorier - Main developer of NBitcoin. CTO at Metaco SA.
  • Nick Tomaino - Tech investor @RunaCapital.
  • Eric Lombrozo - Co-CEO & CTO Ciphrex Corp., Bitcoin Core contributor.
  • Jimmy Song - Bitcoin Developer and Entrepreneur.
  • Linda Xie - Product Manager @Coinbase. Advisor @0xProject.
  • Fred Ehrsam - Previously co-founder @Coinbase, trader @GoldmanSachs, computer science @DukeU.
  • Token Economy - Making sense of the latest in crypto-land: cryptocurrencies, blockchains, ICOs, dapps & the growing token economy.

Telegram Channels

  • Crypto Memes - Cryptoworld funny pictures.
  • Crypto - The god of all crypto channels.
  • UpcomingICOs - This channel is dedicated to informing people of up and coming ICO's.
  • CryptoNews - Cryptocurrency news megafeed that is posted in real time, even before they hit social media.
  • Ethereum dapps - Ethereum & DAPPS news and updates.
  • Telegram Crypto Groups - Directory of all of Telegram crypto related groups.

News Aggregators

  • CryptoControl - CryptoControl aggregates news from many sources (Twitter, Reddit, Google Trends etc) and displays it in the Trello style.
  • CryptoPanic - CryptoPanic is news aggregator platform indicating impact on price and market for traders and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
  • ETHNews - ETHNews is emerging provider of Ethereum and Blockchain ecosystem news.
  • Coin Spectator - Get the latest cryptocurrency, bitcoin & blockchain news from many news sources.
  • CoinsCalendar - CoinsCalendar displays all upcoming coins events and updates.
  • CoinDar - Be first to know about coming cryptocurrency news, updates, hard forks, meetups, coins listing on exchanges and other important events.
  • BTCnews - Mature cryptocurrency news and charts app for iOS.
  • CryptoAudio - A tool that creates news summaries from various sources and reads them using a text-to-speech technology.
  • CryptoFlash.io - Top 200+ cryptocurrencies news & rumors in real time!
  • AmuletPlatform - Real-time sentiment analysis of 24M+ posts about crypto from Reddit and Bitcointalk
  • InTokenWeTrust - News aggregator platform with all media and blogs about cryptocurrency.

Price Trackers

  • CoinMarketcap - Old and cool. All coins prices, graphs, market caps. API, widgets, tools. Used by 90M monthly users.
  • Coincap - CoinCap tracks market data for hundreds of cryptocurrencies in real-time. They also have very useful mobile app.
  • Cryptowatch - Live price charts and market data for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. Many exchanges, flexible settings and cool API.
  • Bitcoinwisdom - Live Bitcoin/Litecoin charts with EMA, MACD and other indicators. Support many exchanges (Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Coinbase, Bittrex, Poloniex etc).
  • Flippening Watch - When will Ethereum overtake Bitcoin and become the most important cryptocurrency?
  • Coindex - Beautiful cryptocurrency price tracker for iOS.
  • WorldCoinIndex - Realtime cryptocurrency price monitoring tool. Lots of altcoins and many fiat currencies.
  • CryptTrader - Cryptocurrency trading platform. Charts, news and trollbox. Add widgets to customize the look.
  • Coin Daily Update - Daily email update with price changes of customizable coins.
  • Coindera - Real time cryptocurrency price alerts for 2,000+ coins on 25+ exchanges.
  • Cryptocurrency CLI - Cryptocurrency portfolio on the command line.
  • ckandr - A command-line cryptocurrency price ticker specifically for popular Indian cryptocurrency exchanges.
  • CoinAlyze - Cryptocurrency real-time charts, price levels, statistics and candlestick patterns detection.
  • Cryptomon - Modern trading indicators and price predictions based on machine intelligence.
  • MoonHash - Cryptocurrency portfolio, price monitoring and telegram monitoring Google Chrome Extension
  • Coincall - Simplest web-based crypto price and portfolio tracker.
  • Owl Crypto - Cryptocurrency percentage change monitor.
  • Coin Market Manager - Smart, accurate, Portfolio tracking. Realtime Breakeven and Profit Loss features.

ICO Trackers

  • ICOtracker - Very informative and trusted tracker.
  • The ICO digest - Weekly ICO digest.
  • TokenData - See ICO stats: ROI, total investments, status and other information.
  • CoinSchedule - Live Token Sales & ICOs.
  • ICO Bazaar - Informative website + ICOs alerts.
  • Picoloresearch - Independent research on blockchain startups and ICOs.
  • Smith + Crown ICO list - Curated list of ongoing and upcoming token sales. Have some research tiers.
  • ICORating - ICOrating specializes in evaluating companies with planned ICO.
  • ICO Alert - Source for analysis of active and upcoming Initial Coin Offerings.
  • TokenMarket - TokenMarket is marketplace for tokens, digital assets and blockchain based investing.
  • ICOdrops - Constantly updating kanban style ICO board.
  • ICO Whitelists - Articles on ICOs. Also tracks growth of 200+ Telegram groups for ICOs.
  • ICOAlarm - ICO discovery, analysis, and alerts crossplatform mobile application.
  • ICO Toplist - List, review and rate all ICOs: Past, Active and Upcoming ones.

Exchanges

  • Local Bitcoins - Buy and sell bitcoins near you. Trusted by 10M monthly users.
  • Poloniex - USA. Trust: 3.5/5. Tons of altcoins. Poor support.
  • CoinBase - USA. Trust: 5/5. Pay with fiat.
  • Kraken - USA. Trust: 5/5. Founded in 2011.
  • Bittrex - USA. Trust: 3.8/5. Many altcoins.
  • CEX.IO - UK. Trust: 5/5. Fiat. Newbie friendly.
  • BestBitcoinExchange - Curated list of 35 popular exchanges. Looks SEOish but does the job well.
  • Shapeshift - No login, fast, awesome API.
  • Changelly - Fiat, nice affiliate program.
  • Cryptoradar - Compares prices and features from > 25 exchanges and brokers.
  • Binance - Modern exchange with the lowest fees and it's own token.
  • Kucoin - Modern. Evolving really fast. Has it's own token.
  • Guarda Exchange - Anonymous crypto exchange and wallet.
  • DDEX - Decentralized, non-custodial token to token trading powered by 0xproject and Hydro.
  • ForkDelta - One of the earliest and still most popular decentralized exchanges.
  • ChangeNOW - Limitless and fast coin swaps free of custody.
  • n.exchange - Open source non-custodial exchange with fiat, a great API and a non-custodial cross chain order book.

Communities

Chats

  • Crypto Aquarium - Great community (Telegram, Slack). Curated by Joshua Petty, the Coindex creator. 800+ members.
  • Bitpam - Friendly Discord community. 300+ members.
  • Bitcoin Core Community - Telegram discussion about Bitcoin and Bitcoin Core. 2000+ members.
  • Blockstack - Official Blockstack Slack community. 3000+ members.
  • CryptoMinded - All things crypto: events, jobs, trades, news. 1000+ Slack members.
  • IRC #bitcoin channel - Old good IRC. The channel of 200 silent people.

Forums

  • CryptoHeresy ⚡️ - Fresh Bitcoin forum with focus on cryptocurrency tools and resources.
  • Bitcoin Talk - Homepage of the Bitcoin community from the start. Made by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009.
  • Bitcoin.com Forum - Strong community of 30,000+ users.
  • BitcoinGarden - This young forum has appeared in Jan 2017.
  • CryptoCurrencyTalk - Born in 2013, very active forum. Modern engine.
  • Token Daily - Crypto news, launches, white papers and Q&A with experts 📈
  • Stadivm - Newborn cryptocurrency forum with a potential.

Other

  • Cryptocompare - CryptoCompare is interactive platform where you can discuss the latest crypto trends and monitor all markets streaming in real time. Also includes perfect altfoilio app.
  • Trading View - Follow pro traders and learn from their analyzes. (Mr. Lavrov is great specialist).
  • Bitcoin on StackExchange - Question and answer site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts.
  • /r/Bitcoin/ - Discuss Bitcoin news on Reddit. 300,000+ readers.
  • Steemit - Fancy Reddit running on a blockchain. Post to earn $. Spend $ to promote yourself.
  • Coinvision - Get alerts about the most credible crypto coins and ICOs and also access private great community.

Twitter Users and Lists

  • Quality Crypto - List of >50 prominent, high signal-to-noise-ratio accounts.

Jobs

  • Coinality - Coinality is free service connecting crypto employers and job seekers.
  • Cryptogrind - Bitcoin freelance platform.
  • Blockchain Dev Jobs - Curated list of jobs from around the web for blockchain engineers.
  • Ethlance - Hire or work for ETH.
  • /r/Jobs4Bitcoins/ - Place on Reddit to offer your talents and skills in exchange for the fastest growing currency in the world.
  • Crypto.jobs - Well categorized jobs list. Owner does a lot to promote it.
  • Beincrypto - Aggregates all the crypto jobs from major job boards.
  • Jobs by BlockRepublic - Useful filters, locations & categories.
  • Crypto Jobs List - Curated jobs from top verified blockchain companies.

Wallets

  • Bitcoin Core - Bitcoin Core is MIT licensed open source Bitcoin wallet. It runs own full node so 145GG of free disk space is required. OSX/Linux/Windows/Ubuntu.
  • Blockchain.info - World’s most popular digital wallet. Mobile apps included.
  • Electrum - Thin Bitcoin client. Opensource, MIT, has 100+ contributors.
  • Exodus - Exodus is the first desktop multi-asset wallet with ShapeShift built in.
  • MyEtherWallet - Opensource webapp to access Ethereum. Old and reliable. ERC20 support. Loved by phishers!
  • Coinomi - Supports many altcoins, fast and has perfect UI (closed source now).
  • Jaxx - Reliable, Jaxx supports many of the leading cryptocurrency platforms. Crossplatform.
  • Ledger Hardware - Reliable hardware wallet. Supports BTC/ETH/ETC/DASH/DOGE and many more coins and ERC20 tokens.
  • Trezor Hardware - The first & most secure hardware wallet. Supports BTC/ETH/ETC/DASH/ and many more coins and ERC20 tokens.
  • CoinBase - Buy Bitcoin for $, NFC payments, requested payments.
  • MyCelium - Geeky wallet, easy to set miners fee, rich transaction details.
  • Samourai - Secure Bitcoin wallet for Android.
  • WalletList - Showcase your public cryptocurrency addresses.
  • WalletGenerator.net - Universal JavaScript client-side wallet generator for 100+ coins.

Altfolio

  • Blockfolio - Cryptocurrency management, with easy to use tools to keep track of all your cryptocurrency investments. Nice widgets. Simple. Android/iOS.
  • ACrypto - Track bitcoin and altcoins prices, custom alarms, detailed charts. Flexible, many settings, informative. Available for iOS & Android.
  • Altpocket - The only tool you need for showcasing, tracking and sharing your cryptocurrency investments.
  • Coinfyi - Track your performance, news & market signals related to your cryptocurrency investments. Anonymous. Simple. Free.
  • f0lio - Beatutiful cryptocurrency portfolio management for mobile devices.
  • BitWorth - Cryptocurrency Net Worth Tracker for iOS.
  • CoinDex - iOS app that lets you stay up to date with the cryptocurrency markets you want to watch.
  • Delta - Ultimate cryptocurrency portfolio tracker tool for iOS & Android.
  • Crypto Central - Bitcoin & cryptocurrency portfolio tracker for iOS/Android.
  • Cryptagon - Powerful app to track portfolio. Automatic imports from exchanges.
  • Cryptonomy - Portfolio tracking, social, forum, chat, ico listings, news aggregator, crypto academy. Android/iOS.
  • wallmine - Track both cryptocurrencies and stocks; screeners, heatmaps, news, push notifications.
  • CoinTracker - Cryptocurrency asset tracker that automatically pulls all balances and transactions from exchanges and cryptocurrency wallets.
  • Coin Beat - Crypto tracker for managing over 1300 crypto currencies. Get instant push notification on price activity. iOS and Android.

Useful Tools

  • QR Code Generator - With this free tool you can instantly generate QR code for your Bitcoin/Litecoin/Ethereum/Dogecoin address.
  • Block Explorer - Discover the Bitcoin blockchain blocks online. Includes fees and miners information.
  • EtherScan - Block Explorer and Analytics Platform for Ethereum.
  • ETH Gas Station - Consumer oriented metrics for the Ethereum Gas Market.
  • Metamask - Run Ethereum dApps right in your browser without running full node.
  • ATM Map - Find Bitcoin ATM’s in your country.
  • Statoshi - Realtime Bitcoin node stats. Made by Jameson Lopp.
  • RSIhunter - Find "oversold" and "overbought" cryptocurrencies.
  • CryptoFinance - Google Sheets add-on to get cryptocurrencies rate in spreadsheets.
  • Vanitygen Plus - Generate custom key addresses for 90+ coins.
  • CoinPop.me - Create shareable page for all your cryptocurrency donation addresses.
  • If You Had Bought Crypto - How rich would you be if you had invested in your favourite Cryptocurrency?
  • Vaulty.io - Accept any cryptocurrency for your website, blog, or for general personal use with just one link.
  • Bitcoin Flip Trading simulator - 101% realistic and fun crypto trading Simulator for Beginners!
  • QWallet - Search & view the value of any Ethereum wallet, create your own token portfolio.
  • Ethplorer - Block explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum.
  • EtherChain - Ethereum Blockchain Explorer.
  • Trivial.co - Network explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens.
  • HappyDApps - Web 3.0 browser compatibility check.

Video

YouTube Channels

  • The Cryptoverse - Your cryptocurrency news dose.
  • World Crypto Network - Informative news digests.
  • Crypt0 - Omar is one of the most popular crypto bloggers. He creates fascinating interviews.
  • Ameer Rosic - News, interviews, podcasts and reviews.
  • aantonop - Presentations, discussions, QA by Andreas, the author of "Mastering Bitcoin".
  • CoinSummit - CoinSummit records: startups showcases, discussions and presentations.
  • BitcoinFilm - Short films about people using Bitcoin.
  • Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Course - Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies course. 12 videos, each 45-90 mins.
  • CryptoPortfolio - YouTube channel reviewing ICOs and various cryptocurrencies.
  • CryptoBud - Technical and fundamental analysis on how to invest in cryptocurrencies.
  • Cryptotips - Heidi provides you with insights into projects, ICOs and ecosystem, as well as creating videos for beginners.
  • EtherCasts - Ancient Ethereum news, reviews and interviews channel.
  • Bitcoin Playlist - Great list of 55 Bitcoin talks.
  • Decentralized TV - Blockchain, Bitcoin, and Cryptocurrency News, Culture, and Entertainment.
  • Crypto Daily - Crypto news on (mostly) daily basis.

Movies

Learning

Books

Courses

  • Coursera Course - Telling what is special about Bitcoin and how it works at technical level. Created by Princeton University.
  • Udemy Course - The definitive guide to understand what the bitcoin is and why we should care about them.
  • Khan's Academy Course - The very basics of how blockchain, Bitcoin and encryption works.
  • Pluralsight Course - Introduction to Bitcoin and decentralized technology for beginners.
  • University of Nicosia MOOC - University of Nicosia´s free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) DFIN-511: Introduction to Digital Currencies.

Other

  • CoinPride Newsletter - The most important crypto news and events. One handcrafted email per week.
  • Bitcoin Wiki - Technical specifications of the protocol as well as more basic information about how to buy, sell or use bitcoins.
  • Blockchain Demo - This interactive demo will guide you through each component of blockchain step-by-step.
  • MyCryptoGuide - The guide is meant to serve as both easy-to-understand introduction to the world of cryptocurrencies.
  • Bad Bitcoin - List of known scams, HYIPs and Ponzi schemes.
  • EthList - The Crowdsourced Ethereum Reading List.
  • Satoshi Nakamoto WhitePaper - Bitcoin fundamentals described by the creator.
  • Bitcoin Developer Docs - Detailed information about the Bitcoin protocol and related specifications.
  • Bitcoin Forks - All bitcoin forks visualisation.
  • Coin Demo - Visual demonstration of how bitcoin transactions work.
  • Rhymes With Fiat - Bitcoin webcomic (with educational notes).
  • Whitepaper.io - All whitepapers in one place.

Trading Tools

  • Quadency - Crypto trading and real-time portfolio analytics.

For Developers

API

  • Shapeshift - Embed exchange in your app. Trusted by hundreds of apps.
  • Bittrex - Almighty API. You can do anything with it.
  • Poloniex - The biggest exchange API. PHP and Python wrapper.
  • CryptoWatch - Public REST API, providing basic information about all markets on Cryptowatch.
  • Microsoft BaaS - Blockchain as Service (BaaS) from Microsoft Azure.
  • CoinMarketCap - Powerful JSON API covering 1000+ coins. Limit: 1 request per 6 sec.
  • CoinCap - Simple and informative. Lots of altcoins. History data. No limits.
  • ChangeNOW - Easy integration of the cryptocurrency exchange. Limitless and fast coin swaps free of custody.

Other

  • Bitpay - Use BitPay's retail, ecommerce, billing, and donation tools to accept payments.
  • Gekko - Free and open source trading bot. GUI, CLI, NodeJS, nice docs. 18 exchanges (including Bitfinex, Bitstamp and Poloniex).
  • Zenbot - Free and open source trading bot. CLI, NodeJS. GDAX, Poloniex, Kraken, Bittrex, Quadriga and Gemini.
  • Web3.js - Ethereum JS API. Requires nodejs, npm and running node.
  • OpenZeppelin - OpenZeppelin is open framework of reusable and secure smart contracts in the Solidity language. 1500+ Slack community members.
  • GETH - CLI tools for Ethereum. Python, C++, Go implementations.
  • Embark - Framework for serverless Decentralized Applications using Ethereum, IPFS and other platforms. JS.
  • Truffle - The most popular framework for Ethereum. JS.
  • Ropsten Ethereum Faucet - Instantly get ether to experiment on the Ropsten testnet.
  • Kovan Ethereum Faucet - Instantly get ether to experiment on the Kovan testnet.
  • CCXT - JS/Python/PHP library for cryptocurrency trading and e-commerce with support for many exchanges and merchant APIs.
  • QuikNode - Cloud-hosted Ethereum nodes for developers and investors.
  • Consensys Academy - Getting started resources by Consensys.
  • Portis - JavaScript SDK that lets people run your Ethereum DApp in the browser, using the same account on all their devices.

Podcasts (Updated October, 2019)

  • Epicenter - The Podcast at the Forefront of the Decentralized Technology Revolution.
  • Bitcoin Knowledge - Learn about blockchain and fintech.
  • BlockChannel - Dedicated to educating the world on the power of blockchain based technologies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ZCash.
  • [Off The Chain] (https://blockworksgroup.io/off-the-chain-podcast) - Host Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano talks to some of the most respected names in crypto and Wall Street to find out how intelligent investors from the new and old financial system are thinking about digital assets.
  • [Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto] (https://unchainedpodcast.com) - This weekly, hour-long podcast with host Laura Shin dives deep into the people building the decentralized internet, the details of this technology that could underpin our future, and some of the thorniest topics in crypto, such as regulation, security and privacy.
  • [What Grinds My Gears] (https://blockworksgroup.io/what-grinds-my-gears-podcast) - From Meltem Demirors and Jill Carlson, What Grinds My Gears is a podcast about the bizarre and buzzworthy happenings in the world of cryptocurrency. Each week, they delve into one key theme in crypto, and examine this theme through a broader financial, political, and cultural lens
  • [What Bitcoin Did] (https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/podcast) - In this podcast you will hear host Peter McCormack speak with crypto traders, miners, venture capitalist, investors, technical developers, CEOs, journalist and other people driving forward the growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
  • [Untold Stories with Charlie Shrem] (https://blockworksgroup.io/untold-stories-podcast) - Host Charlie Shrem dives deep into the lives and personal histories of some of crypto’s most influential leaders.
  • [Tales From The Crypt] (https://anchor.fm/tales-from-the-crypt) - Tales from the Crypt is a podcast hosted by Marty Bent about Bitcoin. Join Marty, Editor in Chief of "the best newsletter in crypto", as he sits down to discuss Bitcoin with interesting people.
  • [The Token Daily with Soona Amhaz] (https://blockworksgroup.io/the-token-daily-podcast) - Host soona amhaz sits down with the movers and shakers of the crypto industry to discuss the big ideas they spend their days thinking about. Soona and her guests examine everything from industry trends, to what books they’re reading, to human psychology and investing.
  • [The Flippening] (https://blog.nomics.com/category/flippening/) - Flippening is for cryptocurrency investors. Each week host Clay Collins discusses the cryptocurrency economy, new investment strategies for maximizing returns, and stories from the front lines of financial disruption.
  • [The Chain Reaction Podcast] (https://fiftyonepercent.podbean.com) - Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital converses with the top names in crypto and blockchain.
  • [Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto] (https://unchainedpodcast.com/category/unconfirmed/) - This weekly crypto podcast reveals how the marquee names in crypto are reacting to the week’s top headlines. With host Laura Shin, the guests also discuss what they’re thinking about these days and reveal what they believe is on the horizon in crypto
  • [The Unhashed Podcast] (https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-unhashed-podcast-bitcoin-blockchain-) - Unhashed breaks down the latest in Bitcoin news and developments and puts them into terms everyone can understand. Expect to be both entertained and educated about cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
  • [The Scoop] (https://www.theblockcrypto.com/the-scoop-podcast) - The Block’s team, led by Frank Chaparro, draw out the freshest and deepest insights about digital assets from traditional Wall Street, crypto native, Fortune 500 and many other crypto ecosystem leaders.
  • [Base Layer] (https://acrabaselayer.podbean.com) - Base Layer with host David Nage will be providing insights from founders and investors in the base layer of cryptoassets.
  • [Blockchain Innovation: Interviewing The Brightest Minds In Blockchain] (https://blockchain.global/blockchain-innovation/) - Blockchain Innovation is where host Frederick Munawa interviews the brightest minds in Blockchain and cryptocurrency — entrepreneurs, executives, and top academics — to discuss present and future applications of Blockchain Technology.
  • [Blockchain Insider] (https://bi.11fs.com/) - Blockchain Insider, hosted by Simon Taylor and Colin Platt is a dedicated podcast specializing in Bitcoin, Blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT). Simon and Colin break down the week’s news with expertise and enthusiasm for the blockchain and digital currency sector.
  • [Let’s Talk Crypto] (https://schoolofcrypto.com) - Let’s Talk Crypto with Barry Moore and Tom Galeski breaks it all down in easy to understand terms and helps you “learn and earn” in the age of cryptocurrencies.
  • [Blockchain 2025] (https://podcast.bitcoin.com/s9-Blockchain-2025) - Blockchain is a technology that will disrupt nearly every industry. Host Matt Aaron and Blake Moore explore one industry in every episode.
  • [IBM Blockchain Pulse] (https://www.ibm.com/blogs/blockchain/category/podcast) - Host and blockchain-evangelist Matt Hooper engages with the planet’s most dynamic blockchain thought-leaders, explorers and innovators to discover the countless new ways blockchain is leaping from theory to reality: From entertainment to identity, from payments to secure supply-chain transparency.
  • [Messari’s Unqualified Opinions] (https://blockworksgroup.io/unqualified-opinions) - Unqualified Opinions is a podcast hosted by Messari’s CEO Ryan Selkis featuring candid, fast-paced interviews with crypto’s top builders and investors.
  • [The Bitcoin Podcast Network] (https://thebitcoinpodcast.com/category/podcast) - One of the ‘originals’ and hands-down one of the best sources of information on the crypto market available online today.
  • [Crypto Street Podcast] (https://cryptostreetpod.podbean.com) - The Crypto Street Podcast is a cryptocurrency podcast hosted by the three Twitter influencers @K1llerWh4le, @13Prince31 and @CryptoDale. With a lot of humor, they address current market trends mixed with opinion-based discussions on the crypto-ecosystem.
  • [Ledger Cast] (https://ledgerstatus.com/topic/ledgercast/) - Ledger Cast covers the cryptocurrency industry, including technical and trading analysis, fundamental analysis, and anything else crypto and blockchain related. The podcast is initiated by Ledger Status (@ledgerstatus) who is known for his in-depth technical analysis of cryptoassets.

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Cryptocurrency Exchange Software Development Company - Exchange Solution

Cryptocurrency is the subject of hot talk these days, news, blogs, TV channels and even plenty of big financial institutes are talking about cryptocurrencies. And now everyone has to accept the world is revolutionizing in front of our eyes, all thanks to cryptocurrency app development. If you now miss out on the bandwagon, then you will be left out and won’t be able to recover in the upcoming days, as your competition will grow.

So here is a great business idea of launching a cryptocurrency exchange platform development in India that will help you make a lot of profit in the market. But, now the question is how we can create unique cryptocurrency software. The internet is full of information on how to develop unique cryptocurrency software and apps for Android, thus it is really challenging to find out the right information.

Steps to Develop Unique Cryptocurrency Software and App For Android

We will explain the whole process step by step to make it understandable to you.

Define Your Idea

The idea of developing cryptocurrency software might seem fun to you. However, in reality, it requires a strategic plan and a lot of effort. To smoothen this process, you need to make a document in which you explain the ideology of the development and the problems that need to be solved with your cryptocurrency software.

Design Cryptocurrency Software

Once you have defined the cryptocurrency idea, the next significant thing that comes into action is designing your cryptocurrency software. In order to develop a successful cryptocurrency software, you need to develop software that not only remains attractive but also remains user friendly on multiple devices.

Front End Development

The part of the application which is accessible to the clients. Front end development is usually done by using designing languages such as HTML, CSS, Bootstrap and Javascript. The front end application development should be done with a primary focus on the users of the application.

Back End Development

Back end development is not accessible to the users. The main job of backend development is to make various application operations possible as follows.

  • User authentication
  • Admin panel to manage application operations
  • Newsletter
  • Cryptocurrency bets and deals for the users
  • An application that can be integrated with third-party applications

Blockchain Development

Blockchain development is one of the main parts of cryptocurrency development services. This part of the application is responsible to carry out the process of data processing and trades in a secure manner.

Testing

Once the cryptocurrency application is developed successfully, the next step that comes to action is testing. The testing process makes sure that the application works logically with no glitch. Also, this process makes sure that the UI of the application is well versed.

Security

Since cryptocurrency exchange platforms involve financial activities, it is more than important to keep this sensitive information secure from wrong people. We advise you to secure your application with the latest standards.

Conclusion

By seeing the popularity of cryptocurrency software, it is no longer a surprise why more and more people are joining the bandwagon of cryptocurrency. A cryptocurrency development company can develop a high-quality application for you that will bring a lot of benefits to you.

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