Bitcoin Cash Community Introduced to New BCH Library Written in Rust



Bitcoin Cash Community Introduced to a New BCH Library Written in Rust

On Nov. 5, the software developer Brenton Gunning announced to the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) community that he’d developed a BCH library written in the programming language Rust. The new library allows developers the ability to work on BCH applications and platforms written in the Rust coding environment.

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Rust-BCH 0.1.0: A Bitcoin Cash Library Written in the Rust Programming Environment

Bitcoin Cash Community Introduced to New BCH Library Written in Rust
Rust is a popular programming language designed in 2006 by Mozilla employee Graydon Hoare.

The Bitcoin Cash community has been introduced to another BCH library written in a different coding language. The systems programming environment Rust is a syntax similar to C++ code and was originally developed by Graydon Hoare. Gunning’s project, called Rust-BCH 0.1.0, is a library that contains protocol messages, address generation, support for mainnet and testnet, transaction signing, script evaluation, wallet key derivation and more.

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2018-11-07 19:10:45

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