This is an early release, you might expect some bugs.
- A bitcoind instance (you can build bitcoind in Disable-wallet mode)
- Go >=1.2
- Redis 2.6+
- 150+GB disk space / 4+GB RAM
Building BTCplex database takes 1+ week on a small server (dual core 1.2GHz/6GB RAM) and 28 hours on a more powerful server (i5/16GB RAM).
Assuming you have:
You will also need to export
CGO_LDFLAGS, needed to install levigo.
$ git clone https://github.com/tsileo/btcplex.git $ cd btcplex $ export CGO_LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/lib -lsnappy" $ ./build.sh $ cp -r config.sample.json config.json $ vim config.json
Start the initial import (the example use nohup, but you should use a tool like supervisord):
$ nohup ./bin/btcplex-import > import.log&
And once the process is done, you will have to restart you bitcoind with the
-blocknotify``` parameter:-blocknotify="/home/thomas/btcplex/bin/btcplex-blocknotify -c /home/thomas/btcplex/config.json %s"
. Now you can startbtcplex-prod``:
$ nohup ./bin/btcplex-prod > prod.log&
Even while importing, you can start the webserver:
- Stabilize everything for 1.0 release.
- Make sure a transaction can't be processed multiples times
- A receive payment API
Some features that are on my TODO list:
- An easy way to monitor Bitcoin address via API (maybe using Webhooks)
- Convert BTC to fiat money easily
- An official Python module to interact with the API and offer a reliable way to track address
- An official JS lib to interact with the API
- A Watch-only addresses page
- Display unconfirmed transactions on address page
- Live notification on a unconfirmed transaction page when it actually get included in a block
- Parse the coinbase to extract which pool mined the block
- An admin interface to monitor bitcoind/BTCplex
- New SSE endoind: utxin/utxout for a given address
- Escrow transaction handling
- Docker build
- Provides supervisord config
- ... (don't hesitate to request features!)
Feedback / Support
You can ping me @firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com if you have any feedback/issue.
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