Official Denarium database
If you want to see coin details and transactions in a visual format, we also have the Denarium Database Explorer.
Provided data was automatically produced at 2019-02-14 21:31:46 UTC. Content is signed by bitcoin address 1PrasosHejKfuRW6XgB6iYwftZQcatrMNC. Proof of origin and existence of the data is in transaction 97ec5b4834c5a2431c94eb74e803004892fe5e6a8ca2941901c78b5cd58e8ec5.
To verify the origin, check that the transaction originates from our bitcoin address. To verify existence, calculate SHA256 of coin.tsv and compare it to last bytes of OP_RETURN output of given bitcoin transaction.
There is also verify.py which does all of this automatically. See that file for instructions.
Data is separated to columns using tab (
\t) character. Character set
is ASCII. It can be easily imported to common databases and
|address||Bitcoin address of the coin|
|serial||Serial number (L series are pre-loaded coins)|
|pubkey||Reserved for future use|
|sku||Stock keeping unit (see below)|
|denomination||Bitcoin value of that coin after activation|
|batch||Production batch code (see below)|
|created_at||Timestamp of coin creation (importing is done in batches so this is not the exact moment of manufacture)|
|status||Coin status (see below)|
|pubkey_2fa||Reserved for future use|
|txid||Funding transaction ID. (Some of the txid's have been subject to malleability attacks)|
|new||Successfully manufactured, not shipped yet|
|failed||Destroyed on the production line|
|sample||Random samples for quality control|
|shipped||Shipped but not yet activated|
|reported_missing||Reported as missing by customer|
|reported_damaged||Reported as damaged by customer|
|reported_ok||Reported as OK by customer|
|missing||Confirmed as missing|
|F0109||Denarium 1 BTC Silver|
|F0110||Denarium 1 BTC Silver Patinated|
|F0111||Denarium 1 BTC Silver Golden Edition|
|F0112||Denarium Custom Silver|
|F0113||Denarium 1 BTC Parity Gold Coin|
|F0114||Denarium 1/2 BTC Gold|
|F0115||Denarium 1 BTC Patinated Bronze|
|F0116||Denarium 1/2 BTC Gold 2018|
|F0117||Denarium 1/100 BTC Gold Plated|
|F0118||Denarium 1/10 BTC Gold Plated|
|F0120||Denarium Custom 0,01 - 5 BTC Gold Plated|
|F0121||Denarium 1/100 Prototype #1|
|F0122||Denarium 1/10 Prototype #2|
|F0123||Denarium 1/100 Prototype #3|
|F0124||Denarium 1 BTC Parity Gold Coin Mock-up|
|F0125||Denarium 1 BTC Silver Mock-up (Patinated Lead)|
|F0126||Denarium 1 BTC Silver Mock-up (Patinated Bronze)|
|F0129||Denarium Gold Bar 2018|
|F0130||Denarium Custom Gold Plated 2018|
The X in the SKU means that the coin is sold as empty and in most cases, the serial number begins with an E. For mock-up coins, prototypes and new models we use Bitcointalk for auctioning these pieces. These coins serial number usually starts with an A.
|A||Auction coin (unique pieces sold as Bitcointalk)|
|E||Sold as empty or multisig|
|L||Sold as loaded with bitcoins|
|M||Used for special multisig coins|
The file coin_sku.json contains all the products with their corresponding SKU names. It is useful for creating charts and other tools to the top of the Denarium Database.
Production batch code
The format is in YYYY-MM-DD-N format and is composed of year, month, day of the production set-up. The same set-up may have been used for multiple days. In case of multiple set-ups per a day, N is incremented.