Show r/CryptoCurrency: Coin Registry – Open Source Registry of 1500+ Tokens


While building our realtime data network at Blockmodo, one thing that we had a huge issue with is keeping track with all the coins that are in the market. We decided to open source our entire token database:

[https://github.com/Blockmodo/coin_registry](https://github.com/Blockmodo/coin_registry)

We’ve spent hundreds of hours curating information on hundreds of coins and we wanted the process to be a community process going forward. Let us know what you think!

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ICON (ICX) now apparently has the fastest transaction speed on Binance for deposits, according to this source.


After Binance completed ICX’s mainnet swap today, according to [anythingcrypto](https://www.anythingcrypto.com/fastest-exchange-deposit/binance) **ICX has the fastest deposit time** exceeding even Nano. However, I am not exactly sure how accurate this is and don’t know the parameters they used to measure this, but regardless, I think ICON has a lot to offer and is a project worth looking into. What do you guys think?

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Open source Online store that accepts BTC, No third party processor


We are a HK clothing company, that has not opened our online store yet, but have had such a headache banking in HK that I created this online store to gain a better understanding of BTC. The store is more for our educational purposes (and yours), but it does work and ships out products every day at 5pm.

Obviously wanted to spread the word, but there is defiantly a lack of information on how to commercially accept BTC. At the bottom I linked our source code. Should defiantly check it out if interested in coding.

“You use a third party BTC payment processor that is the lovechild of Coinbase and BTCPay resulting after a night of flirting over BCash, you fascist pigs!!!”

Only accept BTC, and doesn’t use a third party for payment processing.

The admin side of the site is basic but works, and is easy to navigate for users and coders.

It shows all orders placed, orders you shipped, and allows you to create a product, and update stock. Ideal for someone who wants to starting shipping BTC products out of their garage.

Site uses Electrum to accept payments and create addresses.

Electrum can be set up to be process payments in a much more elegant way, as mentioned in it’s docs. And for larger operations I would recommend that.

However, I wanted to go with what I think is a simpler way, where the coder doesn’t need to know their way around a Linux, and a lower level web developer could get this working relatively quickly for prospective clients.

Feel free to copy pasta any code.

**Website:** [www.itadakiru.io](http://www.itadakiru.io)

**Github:** [https://github.com/itadakiru/itadakiru](https://github.com/itadakiru/itadakiru)

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Bank of America, MasterCard, Goldman Sachs, WalMart, JPMorgan, and IBM are among the biggest names filing dozens of blockchain patents to secure their position in this fast-changing space. However, some see the growing number of patents as incompatible with the open source nature of blockchain.


Bank of America, MasterCard, Goldman Sachs, WalMart, JPMorgan, and IBM are among the biggest names filing dozens of blockchain patents to secure their position in this fast-changing space. However, some see the growing number of patents as incompatible with the open source nature of blockchain.

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Distributed Credit Chain (DCC) is an open source personal credit data management infrastructure — DCDMF (Distributed Credit Data Management Framework) on top of secure cloud storage. The Purpose Of The Distributed Credit Chain


Distributed Credit Chain (DCC) is an open source personal credit data management infrastructure — DCDMF (Distributed Credit Data Management Framework) on top of secure cloud storage. The Purpose Of The Distributed Credit Chain

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