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September 10, 2014, 09:17:15 PM
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Hi Guys so i'm just looking some of the javascript implementations of the bitcoin network mainly bitcoinJS and bitcore. I remember looking at BitcoinJS a few months ago before the v1 release and they had these inforgraphs, showing how the bitcoinJS-lib hooked up to bitcoinJS-server and web wallet. Since the V1 release of bitcoinJS-Lib it seems like the idea of the bitcoin nodejs server is forgotten about as the code hasn't been updated in 3/4 years.

So my question is (since there is no proper documentation) if bitcoinJS is just javascript implementation of the bitcoin functions and your not running a full node. How are the transactions relayed to the BTC network, would you still need to run bitcoind or btcd and send the fully qualified raw transaction via RPC to sendrawtransaction to push the tx out to the public ledger?
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