Spending from a P2SH address in Dash

In my last post, we created the P2SH address 8nrtzFk4y1t9sL15GzbwFK9DYuiEpTtAzA from this trivial script Now we are going to fund that address and create a transaction that can spend those funds. You can send funds to that address like you would any other address $ […]

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How to create Dash P2SH Addresses

I am trying to learn how to create P2SH transactions on the Dash blockchain and was very frustrated at the lack of examples or tutorials for general (not multisig) P2SH. Now that I am finally figuring it out, I am going to document it. Dash […]

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My 2014 Rails Rumble Entry

I decided to throw my hat into the ring this year at the 2014 Rails Rumble competition. I formed a team along with Troy Nichols and we built GemPact. GemPact is a service that pulls the RubyGems index into a Neo4j graph database so that gem dependencies can […]

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Gemnasium Badges

This is the fifth post in a series about GitHub Badges. Another badge you may have seen looks something like this: This badge comes from a handy service called Gemnasium which keeps an eye on the 3rd party dependencies in your project. Originally it tracked just […]

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Code Climate Badges

This post is the fourth in my series on GitHub Badges. Today I will be covering Code Climate Badges. Another type of badge you may run into on GitHub looks something like this: This badge shows the “Quality GPA” from Code Climate which is service […]

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