Bismuth The First Python Blockchain
I have been busy in the last few days with a small community of pioneers mining the first Python blockchain. Other than the innovation involved, what impressed me the most is the cool attitude of the Developers, HCLivess & Maccaspacca.
My motivation for creating Bismuth is rooted in my desire to help the community. There were several NovaCoin-based projects in the past which I wanted to save by contributing to their code, but the default Bitcoin cryptography, libraries, code segmentation and language do not feel natural to me. So instead of learning the whole Bitcoin codebase, I decided to recreate it in something even non-programmers understand. Something, which makes prototyping super simple and quick and enables decentralized application deployment in hours - Python.
Welcome to Bismuth, a digital distributed self-regulating database system whose primary application is currency, and its first application is mining. It comes with a DAPP out-of-the-box. Bismuth is not based on code of BTC or any of it's derivates, it is only inspired by some ideas laid down by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Satoshi Nakamoto (BitCoin), Sunny King (Peercoin), NXT and ETH developers.
Bismuth does not draw any code from other repositories, instead it reformulates the cryptocurrency code in its own terms to be easily readable, compatible across all platforms, integrated into business solutions with utmost ease and most importantly open for development to wide public through it's simplicity, while minimizing the security risk for custom code implementations.
If you are a miner interested in innovative new projects with highly qualified developers, Bismuth should be on your list of coins to watch for.
(if you can not mine, this is the place to buy some)
I need to warn you, Bismuth is in the pioneer stage right now and is going through a lot of fixes and forks to get everything working right. It's hard work to keep up with all the updates and fixes but it will be worth the time you spend on it. For mining some experience in compiling code from GitHub will be helpful, but it's always good to start somewhere.
I do not get excited for every project I mine, but Bismuth has all the qualities that will make a very successful project. I even awarded the developers my Golden Goat Award for many reasons.
Great innovation - Amazing Persistence - Icy Cool Demeanor