Dogecoin was created as a joke, a meme poking fun at the all-too-serious nature of cryptocurrency. Why shouldn’t development be fun?
Along the way, maybe we can help make a globally available, decentralized microtransaction system that lets people do and build interesting things.
Here’s what I’ve learned contributing code to Dogecoin core and other projects.
Let's dig into the implementation of the new private key GUI import dialog in Dogecoin Core's PR 1856, and learn a few things along the way.
People often ask how to get started contributing to projects. It's better to ask why.
Smart developers get the computer to warn them if something looks wrong. Excellent developers make a habit of listening.