I'm Dennis and my goal is to help improving the UX/UI of Bitcoin-related projects.
Currently I'm working full-time on BTCPay Server – an open-source, self-hosted payment processor for Bitcoin.
If you want to donate via bitcoin, please visit my bitcoin donation page.
At BTCPay Server I help with mostly UI related feature development like the wallet setup redesign or improving several sections of the app. I am also maintaining the technical side of the official BTCPay Server documentation and improving the content of the docs. If you are curious: I've written a detailed post about migrating the docs from GitBook to Vuepress and the thoughts behind this.
JAM - JoinMarket Web UI
A web UI for JoinMarket with a focus on user-friendliness. The UI aims to provide sensible defaults and be easy to use for beginners while still providing the features advanced users expect. We're aiming to make the JoinMarket Web UI available for different node systems.
Started as a podcast, this became a hub and platform for the german-speaking Bitcoin community: Einundzwanzig publishes multiple podcast shows a week and our YouTube channel features lots of video tutorials. We organize events like the Bitcoin Zitadelle and have sparked 30+ meetups in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The UIengine is a workbench for UI-driven development: A tool for developers and designers to build and document web sites and apps. I develop and maintain the project and we are also using it to document the BTCPay Server Design System.
The RaspiBlitz is a Bitcoin and Lightning node, which runs on a Raspberry Pi. I'm a delighted user myself and have come to love the platform for building on it: That's why I've added my stacking-sats-kraken script and kindle-display server as bonus scripts to the RaspiBlitz. Especially the kindle display was well received and I love seeing people spin up their own instances.
- Together with Matt Odell I've started the Bitcoin Dev List. The goal is to increase the visibility of contributors to the space that are accepting donations.
- Previously I've set up the technical side of the official Wasabi Wallet documentation, but I am no longer involved in that.
- Over at my blog I document what I work on on a monthly basis, there you will find the nitty gritty details of my open source work.
- Once in a while I also try to provide educational content, like my articles about The Payment Channel Lifecycle and How Channel Capacity and Liquidity affect Payment Routing.
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