Open Source Bitcoin Apps
Arguably the most well known and understood cryptocurrency out there, Bitcoin is the first thing that the general public thinks of when the concept of cryptocurrency comes up. Created in January of 2009, Bitcoin is one of the first examples of a decentralized cryptocurrency.
- Electrum is an easy to use Bitcoin client.
- Monero is a secure, private, untraceable currency. It is open-source and freely available to all.
- Mullvad is a VPN service that helps keep your online activity, identity, and location private.
- Desktop peer-to-peer (P2P) application that allows you to buy and sell bitcoins in exchange for fiat (national currencies), or alternative crypto currencies
- Namecoin is a distributed domain name system based on the Bitcoin technology. Namecoin extends Bitcoin to add transactions for registering, updating and transferring domain names.
- Bitcoin Cash is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. It's a permissionless, decentralized cryptocurrency that requires no trusted third parties and no central bank. .
- Popular cryptocurrency wallet for those looking to transform the financial system right from their pocket.
- Manage your finances in one app with the secure, open-source BitPay Wallet. Get up and running fast with blockchain security, store and send funds, buy gift cards from major brands, and turn cryptocurrency into dollars with the BitPay Visa Card.
- NiceHash is hashing power marketplace where you can mine altcoins and get paid in bitcoins or you can buy hashing power from other miners (cloud mining)
- Peercoin is a P2P digital currency and payment system optimized for security and energy-efficiency.
- Dead-simple open-source cryptocurrency tracker!Simple. Open-source. Cross-platform. - Oh! And it's free!Over 700 currencies - From BTC to FirstBlood & ICN to ETH.
- Private financial transactions enabled by the Zerocoin Protocol. One of the most groundbreaking academic developments in Bitcoin research.
- A free and open source server for merchants wanting to accept Bitcoin for their business.
- Contribute to Open Source, donate bitcoins to open source projects or make commits and get tips for it.How does it work?