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Summary of imfly/bitcoin-on-nodejs

The imfly/bitcoin-on-nodejs repository on GitHub is a resource that offers examples and lessons on how to create a Bitcoin application using Node.js. The project covers several advanced concepts like blockchain, Bitcoin protocol, and transactions, making it an excellent study resource for developers interested in digital currency applications.

This repository is written in Chinese, but can be easily translated to understand the contents. As of the latest stats, the repository has about 955 stars, and 280 forks, indicating a healthy level of interest from the community.

Here is its current structure:

  • Chapter 1 - Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency
  • Chapter 2 - Blockchain Technology
  • Chapter 3 - Bitcoin Mechanism & Working Principle
  • Chapter 4 - Building a Wallet with NodeJS
  • Chapter 5 - Bitcoin Mining
  • Chapter 6 - Trading and Networking
  • Chapter 7 - Bitcoin in the Browser
  • Chapter 8 - Bitcoin and IoT
  • Appendixes

Each of these chapters contains several files related to the codebase and explanation of those topics. The repository also contains a folder named _book which has the compiled version of all the markdown files.

Please note that the specific contents of these chapters and the code included should be referenced directly from the repository, as the information may change over time as the repository is updated.

This project comes with an MIT License, that allows users 'to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software'. However, it must include the original copyright notice and the permission notice in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

This information is accurate as of the last commit on July 31, 2018.

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