The Dragonchain platform attempts to simplify integration of real business applications onto a blockchain. Providing features such as easy integration, protection of business data, fixed 5 second blocks, currency agnosticism, and interop features, Dragonchain shines a new and interesting light on blockchain technology.
No blockchain expertise required!
- Ease of integration of existing systems
- Ease of development for traditional engineers and coders unfamiliar with blockchain, distributed systems, and cryptography
- Client server style and simple RESTful integration points for business integration
- Simple architecture (flexible and usable for unforeseen applications)
- Provide protection of business data by default
- Allow business focused control of processes
- Fixed length period blocks
- Short/fast blocks
- Currency agnostic blockchain (multicurrency support)
- No base currency
- Interoperability with other blockchains public and private
- Adoption of standards as they become available (see W3C Blockchain Community Group blockchain standardization)
- Dragonchain Organization
- Dragonchain Architecture Document - PDF
- Use Cases
- Disney Blockchain Standardization Notes - W3C
- Slack Team: Dragonchain Slack Team sign up:
- Slack Support Channel: #support
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Roets (j03) email@example.com
Setup and Installation
Requires Postgres 9.4+
cd <Dragonchain Home>/sql createuser blocky createdb -O blocky blockchain psql -U blocky -d blockchain -a -f depl.sql
Dragonchain utilized Python 2.7
To install Python library dependencies, run the following:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Message classes and RMI services are generated by thrift templates. If you have Apache Thrift installed you can regenerate these classes by using the gen_thrift setup command:
python setup.py gen_thrift
- Signing Key Generation
openssl ecparam -name secp224r1 -genkey -out <Dragonchain Home>/pki/sk.pem
- Verifying Key Generation
openssl ec -in pki/sk.pem -pubout -out <Dragonchain Home>/pki/pk.pem
- The signing key must be kept private. The pki directory is listed in .gitignore to prevent accidentally pushing keys to a public repository.
Pre-create a directory for log files before execution.
Set the PYTHONPATH variable
python <Dragonchain Home>/blockchain/transaction_svc.py --private-key <Dragonchain Home>/pki/sk.pem --public-key <Dragonchain Home>/pki/pk.pem
python <Dragonchain Home>/blockchain/query_svc.py [-p port] //defaults to 8080
localhost:8080/transaction/?create_ts=1475155787 //timestamp in Unix Epoch timecode - create_ts can be replaced with any of the header fields in a transaction
python <Dragonchain Home>/blockchain/processing.py --private-key <Dragonchain Home>/pki/sk.pem --public-key <Dragonchain Home>/pki/pk.pem --private-key (required - signing key for transaction service and processing module) --public-key (required) --host (defaults to localhost) --port, -p (defaults to 8080) --phase (required)
Configuration within yaml files within configs directory.
BLOCKCHAIN_DB_HOSTNAME = Hostname of the database instance (default localhost)
BLOCKCHAIN_DB_PORT = Port of the database server (default 5432)
BLOCKCHAIN_DB_USERNAME = Database username (default blocky)
BLOCKCHAIN_DB_PASSWORD = Database password (default None)
BLOCKCHAIN_DB_NAME = Blockchain database (default blockchain, also selects
.yaml config and log file with same name)
Dragonchain uses a standard Feature Branch Workflow.
All feature development should take place in Git branch dedicated to that feature. A feature branch should be named starting with the ticket ID followed by a dash and a short description.
Issues are tracked within Github: Dragonchain Issues
Code should follow the PEP 8 Style Guide for Python code where possible.
- Joe Roets - Principal Architect / Vision
- Eileen Quenin - Product Manager / Evangelist
- Brandon Kite - Lead Developer
- Dylan Yelton - Developer
- Alex Benedetto - Developer
- Michael Bachtel - DevOps / Developer
- Lucas Ontivero - Developer
- Adam Bronfin - Developer / Reviewer
- Benjamin Israelson - Developer / Reviewer
- Forrest Fisher - Program Manager
- Robbin Schill - Program Manager
- Krassi Krustev - Developer
- Rob Eickmann - iOS Developer
- Sean Ochoa - DevOps / Sysadmin
- Paul Sonier - Developer / Reviewer
- Kevin Schumacher - Artist / Web Design
- Brian J Wilson - Architect
- Mike De'Shazer - Developer / Reviewer
- Tai Kersten - Developer / Reviewer
- Steve Owens - Reviewer
- Mark LaPerriere - Reviewer
- Kevin Duane - Reviewer
- Chris Moore - Reviewer
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