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Last active Jul 1, 2019
Create and send a Bitcoin transaction using the BlockCypher Transaction API
View gist:b07c5ba27bc99188a15f
# In this example we're sending some test bitcoins from an address we control to a brand new test
# address. We'll be sending the coins using the following address, public and private keys (please
# don't abuse).
# address : mtWg6ccLiZWw2Et7E5UqmHsYgrAi5wqiov
# public : 03bb318b00de944086fad67ab78a832eb1bf26916053ecd3b14a3f48f9fbe0821f
# private : 1af97b1f428ac89b7d35323ea7a68aba8cad178a04eddbbf591f65671bae48a2
# 1. generate a one-shot dummy address we're going to send money to
$ curl -X POST http://api.blockcypher.com/v1/btc/test3/addrs
{
View Indy.java
package dyn;
import org.objectweb.asm.*;
import org.objectweb.asm.util.TraceClassVisitor;
import sun.dyn.anon.AnonymousClassLoader;
import java.io.PrintWriter;
public class Indy implements Opcodes {
View gist:455329
package spike
import util.Random
class Neuron(nm: String, ns: List[Neuron], rnd: Random) {
val (a, b, rate) = (1.7159, 2.0/3.0, 0.1)
val dendrites = connect(ns)
val name = nm
// need to remember output and gather error for training
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