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Crypto-currency software allowing to build P2P free currencies


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Duniter (previously uCoin) is a libre software allowing to create a new kind of P2P crypto-currencies based on individuals and Universal Dividend.

Inspired by Bitcoin and OpenUDC projects.

Development state

Ğ1, first libre currency for production using Duniter have been launched March 8th 2017.

However, we are running simultaneously a testing currency.

Add your node to the network

See Install a node documentation.

Clients, wallets

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Documentation

Visit Duniter website: it gathers theoretical informations, FAQ and several useful links. If you want to learn, this is the first place to visit.

For technical documentation, refer to the doc folder of this git repository.

Talk about/get involved in Duniter project

If you wish to participate/debate on Duniter, you can:

Developement

Duniter is currently migrating from Typescript to Rust. This migration is being done gradually via a NodeJs<->Rust binding provided by Neon. The fact of migrating from code to Rust is commonly called "oxidation", so we speak of "Duniter's oxidation".

The long-term goal is to oxidize Duniter entirely, but it is a long process that will take several years.

Duniter is divided into several git repositories:

  • Duniter: this repository.
  • Dubp-rs-libs: Set of Rust libraries common to Duniter and a possible future Rust client/wallet.
  • Web admin: web administration interface (optional).
  • GVA: Future client API aimed to replace BMA. GVA stands for GraphQL Validation API.

Optional repositories:

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Theoretical

OpenUDC

License

This software is distributed under GNU AGPLv3.

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Last updated on 11 Oct 2022

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