BCL: Nayuki's Bitcoin Cryptography Library
A fork of Nayuki's Bitcoin Cryptography Library using CMake, PlatformIO & GoogleTest/AUnit
All credit for github.com/nayuki/Bitcoin-Cryptography-Library goes to Nayuki. Although this fork does rearrange quite a few things, it attempts to change very little of the original code itself. It is primarily concerned with repackaging BCL, an already-excellent library, to better suit my own uses. Please see the changelog for more details.
This project builds out of source
mkdir build && cd build && cmake ../ && cmake --build .
Run tests after building:
# from the build dir ./test/bcl_tests
- re-implement X8664 code.
- re-implement CountOps.
Nayuki's Bitcoin cryptography library
This project implements the cryptographic primitives used in the Bitcoin system, especially elliptic curve operations and hash functions.
The code is written in two independent versions in C++. It includes a test suite of over a thousand test vectors that cover every feature provided by the library.
The library is open-source, and is written by Nayuki from the ground up. It is designed with portability and clarity in mind, and is rigorously verified for correctness and quality.
More details about features and design principles are on the main web page: https://www.nayuki.io/page/bitcoin-cryptography-library
Copyright © 2019 Project Nayuki. (MIT License) Copyright © 2019 Simon Downey (ARK.io). (MIT License)
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