Re: [Bitcoin-development] Testnet block explorer

2014-02-16 Thread Melvin Carvalho
On 27 December 2013 19:05, Mike Hearn m...@plan99.net wrote:

 For a long time the only block explorer for testnet has been the original
 blockexplorer.com, which is unfortunately often broken / behind / slow
 and not really maintained any more.

 There is now a new one, here:

 https://www.biteasy.com/testnet/blocks

 There's also a REST/JSON API for it.

 Please note one curiosity of this block explorer is that the coinbase tx
 doesn't necessarily come first in the listing (it's sorted by time
 received, see).

 Other interesting thing to note: this site is built using bitcoinj. The
 author can be contacted on IRC sometimes using the nick damethos.


Some more information on testnet3 explorers ...

Here is a free software testnet explorer based on javascript/node

http://test.bitcore.io/

I've been working on a testnet explorer, but I think I will fork this and
add semantic web style markup attributes to the HTML.

Also a message I got from blockr.io yes testnet will be added. I cannot
give you an estimate on when, but it'll probably happen in couple of weeks
(hopefully sooner).




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Re: [Bitcoin-development] Testnet block explorer

2014-02-16 Thread Matias Alejo Garcia
Hi Melvin / Mike,

Ive been working on Bitcore and Insight next to a BitPay team for the last
few weeks. We are happy to receive patches, suggestions and bug reports
from you guys at:

https://github.com/bitpay/insight

Insight also provides some blockchain query capabilities at its
REST/Websockets API described on the Readme document.

Please note that Insight is meant as a software package that you can
download, install and use next to a trusted bitcoind instance.
live.bitcore.io / test.bitcore.io are just demo installations.

best,
matías




On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Melvin Carvalho
melvincarva...@gmail.comwrote:




 On 27 December 2013 19:05, Mike Hearn m...@plan99.net wrote:

 For a long time the only block explorer for testnet has been the original
 blockexplorer.com, which is unfortunately often broken / behind / slow
 and not really maintained any more.

 There is now a new one, here:

 https://www.biteasy.com/testnet/blocks

 There's also a REST/JSON API for it.

 Please note one curiosity of this block explorer is that the coinbase tx
 doesn't necessarily come first in the listing (it's sorted by time
 received, see).

 Other interesting thing to note: this site is built using bitcoinj. The
 author can be contacted on IRC sometimes using the nick damethos.


 Some more information on testnet3 explorers ...

 Here is a free software testnet explorer based on javascript/node

 http://test.bitcore.io/

 I've been working on a testnet explorer, but I think I will fork this and
 add semantic web style markup attributes to the HTML.

 Also a message I got from blockr.io yes testnet will be added. I cannot
 give you an estimate on when, but it'll probably happen in couple of weeks
 (hopefully sooner).




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Re: [Bitcoin-development] Decentralized digital asset exchange with honest pricing and market depth

2014-02-16 Thread Troy Benjegerdes
On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 12:21:59AM -0500, Peter Todd wrote:
 On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 11:59:19AM -0600, Troy Benjegerdes wrote:
  Is there any code that does this? I would like to develop a multicoin-qt
  wallet that runs on two blockchains from one binary, and allows trading
  using this mechanism between the two chains.
 
 Cross-chain trading is a different thing entirely; it doesn't allow for
 the clever 2-party-trade trick. (as far as I know)

Is there a simple way to do cross-chain trades that doesn't need a third 
chain to somehow facilitate things?

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