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March 31, 2012, 02:10:25 AM
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Is there any implementation of a bitcoin client in erlang? Smiley

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March 31, 2012, 02:20:15 AM
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or is there any interest in one? Smiley

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March 31, 2012, 04:44:16 AM
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In my spare time (which admittedly isn't much), I'm writing a clean-room implementation of the Bitcoin peer-to-peer protocol in Java. I figure it's always good to have multiple implementations of the protocol, competition being the free market's way of regulating.

It's not a particularly complicated protocol. The Script engine is probably the most difficult part. You can find the protocol specification here. That's what I've been going off of.
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March 31, 2012, 11:20:09 AM
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In my spare time (which admittedly isn't much), I'm writing a clean-room implementation of the Bitcoin peer-to-peer protocol in Java. I figure it's always good to have multiple implementations of the protocol, competition being the free market's way of regulating.

It's not a particularly complicated protocol. The Script engine is probably the most difficult part. You can find the protocol specification here. That's what I've been going off of.

nice... thanks for the reply w/ info.

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April 01, 2012, 02:11:44 PM
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In my spare time (which admittedly isn't much), I'm writing a clean-room implementation of the Bitcoin peer-to-peer protocol in Java. I figure it's always good to have multiple implementations of the protocol, competition being the free market's way of regulating.

It's not a particularly complicated protocol. The Script engine is probably the most difficult part. You can find the protocol specification here. That's what I've been going off of.

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