Friday, 17 May 2019 03:32 Guest APIs and Dev Tools
Super simple and flexible Bitcoin transaction broadcast microservice Bitpipe is a transaction broadcast Microservice powered by DataPay, a declarative Bitcoin transaction builder and broadcaster library for Bitcoin SV. It sets up a web server that accepts...
Tuesday, 14 May 2019 12:51 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
A Planaria node that operates exactly like chronos, except instead of 24 hours worth of rolling tx data, it instead has a whole week worth. More data for more demanding applications! It's most imperative to see how Chronos works first. Read about it...
Friday, 26 April 2019 15:29 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
1. What? bitsh is a shell interface that lets you "sign into" Bitcom, a virtual unix computer on Bitcoin. The main use case for Bitcom currently is to manage and publish OP_RETURN based application protocols through the Bitcom decentralized directory...
Thursday, 18 April 2019 00:01 Super User Node Implementation
Global Terminal for Bitcoin Application Protocols. BTerm is a navigator for BitCom, a virtual operating system that lives on Bitcoin. BitCom uses a simplified Unix file system metaphor to let developers represent and publish Bitcoin application protocols...
Featured Monday, 15 April 2019 01:29 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
There are 3 parts to this protocol solution: Generic URI Scheme: A new expressive URI scheme that can custom-reference any Bitcoin app protocol object on the blockchain. Decentralized Router: A decentralized routing engine that maps the generic URI...
Thursday, 04 April 2019 01:03 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
Bitcom is an open ended OP_RETURN protocol for creating a universal virtual computer on top of Bitcoin. Bitcom borrows from the UNIX filesystem metaphor to represent a global directory of Bitcoin application protocols, where: Each "account" is represented...
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 12:51 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
Generate and share Money Button landing pages. This page consists of a classic _unwriter trick, to encode all of the moneybutton data into a URL.   You can then save this URL to bring up your moneybutton.
Sunday, 24 March 2019 21:46 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
B is an OP_RETURN protocol to store and reference arbitrary data on Bitcoin. The design goal: The simplest protocol to upload arbitrary media to the blockchain A protocol to reference previously uploaded media from another on-chain media. Store...
Featured Friday, 22 March 2019 00:37 Super User Productivity Tools
What Did you know that you can upload files directly to the Bitcoin network, as permanent, immutable, and monetizable Bitcoin transactions?These files can be all sorts of things like documents, images, and videos, and can be combined to make other things...
Featured Monday, 11 March 2019 22:53 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
C:// is an immutable URI scheme for referencing B:// protocol files, a simple Bitcoin file storage protocol.The file system is constructed from Bitcoin transactions, and is instantly serviced through HTTP/HTTPS endpoint. Why? Having immutable files...
Wednesday, 06 March 2019 18:43 Super User Productivity Tools
An interactive visual graph explorer for Bitcoin. You can navigate the entire bitcoin tx graph, all the way to the genesis block. The homepage displays a realtime feed + graph of all the new txs. From there you can also keep navigating by clicking on...
Featured Tuesday, 26 February 2019 21:15 Guest Productivity Tools
The world's first Bitcoin Native photo app that lets you take a photo on your mobile phone and upload to the blockchain.  With Filters. Comes with "raw" (no filter), "sepia", "pixel", "blur" Powered by a new Planaria machine that takes http://B...
Saturday, 23 February 2019 10:25 Guest APIs and Dev Tools
Store images as ASCII art, on Bitcoin. - A service built on a planaria node by @_unwriter Basciiat is powered by a new Planaria state machine I wrote specifically for this app. The images are NOT stored as ASCII. They're stored as full binary following...
Featured Wednesday, 20 February 2019 03:59 Guest APIs and Dev Tools
Planaria is like a framework, but: 100% powered by Bitcoin Containerized as an API Microservice Only requires JavaScript skills to program Anyone can build and publish a public Planaria node, and anyone can connect to the public Planaria nodes...
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 02:40 Super User Entertainment
Bitchat by unwriter, is a Massively Multiplayer Global Realtime Chat over Bitcoin. All messages are OP_RETURN transactions. But what's unique is: It's FREE. No need to pay or think about wallets. The reason why this is FREE is because it's powered by...
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 02:26 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
by _unwriter Meta breaks many rules of BitDB. In fact, it completely deviates away from BitDB’s transaction object schema. Here’s what each object looks like:   Yet it’s still a BitDB. You can use the same Bitquery to query Meta...
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 02:22 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
An Ephemeral BitDB for Dealing with Time - _unwriter A Timestamp for Every Transaction: Every transaction has a timestamp of when they were discovered (not when they were mined into a block) Even Mempool: Even Mempool transactions have a timestamp...
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 02:15 Super User APIs and Dev Tools
A BitDB Node for Data-Only Bitcoin Applications By _unwriter   Babel is a BitDB node designed for data-only applications (apps that use OP_RETURN to store data, instead of money transfers)   What is Babel? Babel is a new BitDB node...
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 02:06 Guest APIs and Dev Tools
Genesis BitDB, a Bitcoin SV exclusive BitDB node.   Genesis is a new, special BitDB node that runs on Bitcoin SV. Here’s what its explorer looks like:   And here are the highlights: Works exactly the same as the other BitDB nodes (same...
Thursday, 03 January 2019 11:08 Guest APIs and Dev Tools
Write data to Bitcoin SV blockchain. Datapay is the simplest library for building and broadcasting data transactions to the Bitcoin SV blockchain. How it works datapay is powered by bsv, which in turn is a fork of bitcore-lib, which means all the low...