Working on lnprototest
Working on c-lightning implementation, and current maintainer of lnprototest and rust-clightning-rpc rust library. In addition, I’m researching during my master’s thesis [… more] to establish some metrics about the goodness of one lightning node with lnmetrics project.Donate to Vincenzo⚡️
LN Offer (copy BOLT12 code)
I’ve been contributing to Bitcoin Core on a part-time basis since mid 2017. Most of my time is spent on reviewing [… more] and testing work by others, but I also created my own pull requests. Bitcoin ACKs provides a nice overview of my activity on the repo.Donate to Sjors
LN Offer (copy BOLT12 code)
Bitcoin Core contributor working to ensure Bitcoin remains sound by performing code review, tackling issues, and fixing bugs. When I’m not [… more] reviewing or fixing bugs, I dig through the core and GUI repo, looking for documentation that requires updating.
Bitcoin Core contributor. I focus on reviewing pull requests, fixing bugs, and occasionally adding new features, most notably coinstatsindex. I also [… more] regularly organize and co-host Bitcoin Socratic Seminars.
Doing my best to help Bitcoin ecosystem. My work.
Hi! I’m Anthony 👋 and I’m currently working on creating apps that integrate Bitcoin with a modern web tech stack. Author [… more] of ThunderHub
Bitcoin Accessibility for the VISUALLY IMPAIRED and other special use cases • If you can donate a Braille Display please contact me directly!
Improving the UX/UI of Bitcoin-related projects. Currently working full-time on BTCPay Server. Learn more via my GitHub Sponsors profile.Donate to d11n⚡️
Improving payment reliability on the Lightning Network. Mastering the Lighting Network co-author and Educator on Youtube and Stack Exchange
Founder of the Bitcoin Developer Network, a community-driven project for educating the next generation of Bitcoin developers.
Working full time for JungleLab, BTCPayServer, & maintaining BTCPayJungle.
I work full time as a Bitcoin Core maintainer.
I contribute to various Bitcoin FOSS projects. I also spend most of my time educating on Bitcoin, security and privacy through [… more] speeches, meetups and workshops.
I’ve been contributing to Bitcoin Core since mid 2018. Focused on build system, GUI and P2P. For donations please use a [… more] BTC address from my GitHub profile until GitHub Sponsors becomes available in Ukraine.
Developer of SpaceBox -a solar powered full Bitcoin Lightning Node run-away kit.
I’m a regular contributor to Bitcoin Core since August 2019. Mainly focused on reviewing PRs and improving code quality by adding/improving [… more] tests, clarifying documentation and various refactorings. Interested on second-layer solutions as well – started contributing to c-lightning in May 2020.
I’ve been contributing and reviewing changes to Bitcoin Core and Zap desktop wallet since 2017. I’ve also articulated Snowball, a bluetooth-based privacy-enhancing payjoin [… more] library for Bitcoin wallets. I’m currently starting up Communion, the world’s first Bitcoin cell service.
Member of the Libbitcoin Institute. Currently building a Multi Version Concurrency Control In-Memory database for libbitcoin. The goal of the database is [… more] speed up block validation even further. More here.
I do part-time open-source BTC work, scratching my own itches. This has included creating the popular btc-rpc-explorer, the LND-management tool lnd-admin [… more] (formerly lightning-rpc-explorer), and contributing random PRs to popular BTC projects I use.
Founder and developer of Sparrow Wallet. Also working on airgapped wallet standards.
I contribute to the open source Bitcoin Core related repos, and other associated Bitcoin projects. I focus on consensus, p2p networks, [… more] and wallets.
All things Bitcoin/Tor. Fully Noded creator. Lightning donation over Tor here
Bitcoin Core developer since 2015. Donations will go towards progress on the assumeutxo scaling project to help more people run full [… more] nodes. Built bitcoinperf performance benchmarking tooling.
I contribute to the Bisq network including running infrastructure nodes.
secondl1ghtDonate to secondl1ght⚡️
Working on Plebnet Playground - A custom signet and Docker packages which allows end-users and dev to use and test bitcoin and [… more] lightning technologies without the financial risk involved with running on the mainnet chain.
Bitcoin fuzzing enthusiast, I review and run the Bitcoin Core fuzz PRs. I only need compute time.
Working on Specter Desktop - an alternative GUI for Bitcoin Core optimized for multisignature setups with hardware wallets and airgapped devices. Also [… more] occasionally contributing to related projects such as HWI.
Open-Source software engineer. Creator of SegWitAddress.org, author of the first Bitcoin Web Development book Building Bitcoin Websites, and creator many other [… more] bitcoin tools Coinables.GitHub.io
NBitcoin and BTCPay Server maintainer, Bitcoin and C# makes me happy.
Working on open-source bitcoin stuff since '13, volunteer at the @BitcoinEmbassy and wannabe cypherpunk. Some of my work includes Bitcoin Wallet Tracker, Minsc, [… more] Spark Lightning Wallet, Lightning Charge (+a bunch of lapps) and Esplora.
I’m contributing to several free software projects, building the tools I want to use in order to defend my liberties. As these [… more] weapons of cyberspace are fundamentally non-scarce, I share my work free for anyone to use. My focus is on creating a second realm with a sound monetary economy in which sovereign individuals can pursue their entrepreneurial action.
nix-bitcoin is a collection of Nix packages and NixOS modules for easily installing full-featured Bitcoin nodes with an emphasis on security.
I’m a Bitcoin Core full time developer and maintainer. I discovered Bitcoin in 2011. My first Bitcoin Core contribution goes back [… more] to 2013. In total, I contributed over 30’000 lines of code in over 500 commits (at least twice as much was written but never made it to the master branch). I’m currently working on BIP324 - a p2p transport layer encryption as well as on a SPV mode for Bitcoin Core. Around 50% of my spent time goes into maintaining Bitcoin Core (reviewing, testing, commenting). I run bitcoinbuilds.org as well as the nightly gitian builds
Maintainer of JoinMarket, contributing to Bitcoin Core, c-lightning and other projects.
Lead author of the free Learning Bitcoin from the Command Line, the free #SmartCustody book on protecting your digital assets, and the SSL/TLS and Decentralized Identifier [… more] (DID) international standards. Executive Director/Principal Architect of Blockchain Commons and maintainer of many open source and blockchain infrastucture projects.
Designer working on bitcoin projects.
I work on various projects for the Bitcoin community, see wiz.biz for more details.
Bitcoin Core contributor, focusing on reviewing/testing pull requests, improving/adding tests, and writing new features. I also maintain a coin selection library [… more] in Typescript and mentor LaTam undergraduate students on their Bitcoin journey.
I work on open source C# VoIP & Video + contribute to Bitcoin’s cross platform build efforts.
Co-creator of the Bleskomat next generation Bitcoin ATM hardware project. Created the PayNoWay double-spend app. Running bitcoin nodes, lightning nodes, and [… more] Electrum servers. Created and maintain lnurl-node, passport-lnurl-auth, and other lnurl-related open-source projects.
Bitcoin Engineer and Researcher. Projects: b10c.me/projects. Occasionally contribute to Bitcoin Core, e.g. #22006, too.
I’m developing nakamoto, a new high-assurance Bitcoin light client in Rust.
I’m a software engineer, Bitcoin and FOSS supporter, currently I’ve been working on a p2p lightning network telegram bot and a A CLI descriptor-based wallet to be used [… more] to safely inherit bitcoin, but my main goal now is to contribute to the RGB project.
Hi! I’m Jeremy Rubin, and I work on making Bitcoin excellent! My focuses are on not just improving the quality of [… more] the code, but also on adding new features that make Bitcoin more useful.
Working on Bitcoin-related projects, first and foremost, the Bitcoin/Lightning mobile wallet Zeus.Donate to Evan
Building The Eye of Satoshi @talaia-labs.
I contribute to the open source Bitcoin Core project, where I work as a maintainer. I focus on wallet development, and [… more] as part of that, I code, review and merge pull requests into the project when they are ready.
My focus is improving bitcoin privacy. Right now I’m developing a CoinSwap implemention, aiming to massively improve bitcoin’s privacy and fungibility beyond [… more] anything seen before. I invented JoinMarket, the first widely-used Equal-Output CoinJoin implementation. I also focus on education and writing for the bitcoin wiki including the extensive Privacy wiki page. I also created Electrum Personal Server, aiming to be the easiest and most-efficent way to connect your Electrum wallet to your own full node, and in this way improving the user’s privacy and security.
I’m the founder and maintainer of WalletScrutiny.com, a project aimed at making wallets more transparent by promoting self-custodial wallets that feature [… more] public source code and reproducible builds.
Regular contributor to BTCPay Server and Zap LN wallet.
Shockwallet is a Non-Custodial SuperApp for Lightning and features a decentralized social network for the Bitcoin circular economy.
Creator of the Lightning PoS. Founder and maintainer of Sparkpay.pt, a project aimed at promoting Bitcoin and LN on Portugal. Also been [… more] creating a few, hopefully interesting, small LAPPs to get people to use LN.
Building Lily Wallet, a desktop application that makes it easy to secure and use your Bitcoin using the latest technologies like [… more] multisignature vaults and PSBTs.
Working on improving the privacy and security of individuals and networks. Currently focused on the RoninDojo project.
Making Tor as the standard for Android Apps easy. TorOnionProxyLibrary-Android; An Android Library for embeding Tor directly into your application. Checkout [… more] my other projects here.
I work full-time on BTCPay Server, an open-source, self-hosted bitcoin payment processor that allows individuals and companies become self-sovereign.
As the longest-contributing Bitcoin Core developer, I’ve been working on Bitcoin since the start of 2011, primarily involving ongoing development, but [… more] also including research (of possible future improvements), community education, handling security issues, etc.
I run the Clark Moody Bitcoin Dashboard, which puts all the stats of the Bitcoin economy on a single screen. I’m also a member [… more] of the rust-bitcoin group and maintainer of the Rust bech32 codec library.
I contribute to Bitcoin by running nodes like Bitcoin, Lighting, an Electrum server and nodes for the Bisq network.