| submitted by /u/corey_phillips
The website is called Constellation and is intended to be an educational tool for Bitcoin. The website allows the user to create transaction, see the breakdown of every single step involved in calculation, and then push it on to the blockchain.
While supported, I don't recommend creating mainnet transactions.
The project was inspired by the various interactive educational websites that I personally used when learning about Bitcoin.
The website is entirely open source
- website: https://github.com/steven-sg/btc-constellation
- library: https://github.com/steven-sg/meta-btc
For my final year thesis I have to gather survey responses as a part of evaluation. If anyone is willing to help the link is here. The survey only has about 10 multiple choice questions and intended to be taken after the tutorial.
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