Bitcoin Market Charts, Data & Tools
Bitcoin Price: $27,900.43 (142.22
Market Cap: $539,129,205,059
Bitcoin Full Nodes
Bitcoin Core is programmed to decide which block chain contains valid transactions. The users of Bitcoin Core only accept transactions for that block chain, making it the Bitcoin block chain that everyone else wants to use. It is these users who keep Bitcoin decentralized. They individually run their own Bitcoin Core full nodes, and each of those full nodes separately follows the exact same rules to decide which block chain is valid.
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Libbitcoin is a multipurpose bitcoin library targeted towards high end use. An ideal backend to build fast implementations on top: mobile apps, desktop clients and server API's. The library places a heavy focus around asychronicity, speed and availability.
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Bitcoin ABC is a full node implementation of the Bitcoin protocol. They have removed the controversial SegWit code, replacing it with a simple, sensible, adjustable blocksize cap.
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Bitcoin Unlimited seeks to provide a voice to all stakeholders in the Bitcoin ecosystem. Every node operator can choose their own blocksize limit by modifying their client. Bitcoin Unlimited provides an option for the accepted and generated blocksize. Bitcoin Unlimited provides a user-configurable failsafe setting allowing you to accept a block larger than your max-accepted blocksize if it reaches a certain number of blocks deep in the chain.
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Bitcoin XT is an implementation of a Bitcoin full node that embraces Bitcoin’s original vision of simple, reliable, low-cost transactions for everyone in the world. Bitcoin XT originated as a series of patches on top of Bitcoin Core.
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btcd is an alternative full node bitcoin implementation written in Go (golang). It properly downloads, validates, and serves the block chain using the exact rules (including consensus bugs) for block acceptance as Bitcoin Core. We have taken great care to avoid btcd causing a fork to the block chain.
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The Parity Bitcoin client (pbtc), is a full-node implementation of the Bitcoin protocol written in Rust. Parity Bitcoin does not favor any scaling approach or any chain fork rule over another; at the same time, users of Parity Bitcoin can decide which version of Bitcoin they wish to run.
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Bitcoin Classic (defunct)
Bitcoin Classic stands for the original Bitcoin as Satoshi described it, "A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System". We are writing the software that miners and users say they want. We will make sure it solves their needs, help them deploy it, and gracefully upgrade the bitcoin network's capacity together. The data shows that Bitcoin can grow, on-chain, to welcome many more users onto our coin in a safe and distributed manner.
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Bitcore is a full bitcoin node — your apps run directly on the peer-to-peer network. For wallet application development, additional indexes have been added into Bitcoin for querying address balances, transaction history, and unspent outputs.
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Bcoin is a bitcoin library which can also act as an SPV node or a full node. It is consensus aware and is up to date with the latest BIPs. It runs in node.js, but it can also be browserified.
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CoinSalad.com is a web service dedicated to providing Bitcoin market stats and charting data on some key components of the Bitcoin network such as Bitcoin exchanges. CoinSalad monitors all the major USD-currency based exchanges on the market providing near real-time market data. Listed exchanges have shown to have steady and decent volume. Learn more about CoinSalad or feel free to contact us. Follow us on Twitter @CoinSalad. Charting software courtesy of CanvasJS.CoinSalad.com 2023 ❤ Help support development of this service by making a donation.