What projects to analyze on Github?


#1

Hey guys!
You may know that I’ve done Github analysis of several projects such as Lisk, NEO and IOTA on my channel.




What other projects would you like me to cover? Comment below and please give a heart :heart:️ to suggestions you like!


#2

Start with the top cap: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc.

I think it’s important to keep updated about their progress.


#3

I’d like to see what you think CLOAK is up to.


#4

Would be interesting to take a rather small, but active project from https://dapps.ethercasts.com/. See what are they up to.


#5

awesome thank you, will take a look!


#6

Can you analyze Sonm (SNM) and compare with Golem? Sonm is written in GoLang so I cannot read.


#7

I love this topic Ivan :slight_smile:
Good to share some of this knowlage so that people are more aware and can do better resaerch.
I think an ETH dive would be awsome: https://github.com/ethereum/
ETH is the most active blockchain project as far as I can see.


#8

#9

I think Decred is an amazing project and a verry good pick to do a deeper dive on.


#10

EOS last week pushed out their Dawn 1.0 release. Would be interesting to analyse that a bit.


#11

Have you done Voxels (VOX) or First Blood (1ST) yet? Both are interesting social gaming companies.

http://www.thevoxel.com/
https://firstblood.io/


#12

Not yet! Heading to their websites!


#13

I would like to hear your thoughts on ARK.


#14

Trauzki, I am interested in this too. I feel like some people really, really love it and others feel like it is just hype. It’s weird seeing so much of both sides.


#15

I would be keen to see LTC, TenX, BCH. If you can find anypromising coins not in the top50 then I think that would be interesting to many of us. :slight_smile:


#16

Sadly, Ten X doesn’t have a public github. They mentioned that a lot of their work right now has to do with credit card processing, their app etc.

Their open source work is really only going to come when they start working on their COMIT network.


#17

Namecoin

Namecoin is an experimental open-source technology which improves decentralization, security, censorship resistance, privacy, and speed of certain components of the Internet infrastructure such as DNS and identities.

(For the technically minded, Namecoin is a key/value pair registration and transfer system based on the Bitcoin technology.)

Bitcoin frees money – Namecoin frees DNS, identities, and other technologies.

Website: www.namecoin.org
GitHub: github.com/namecoin


#18

Ethereum has their metropolis hard fork coming up, byzantium, very soon.


#19

I’d go for Ties.Network. It’s something like LinkedIn and Freelancer combined, from my understanding. They are currently in ICO for 1-2 more weeks. I really like the project and it seems to have a good future. They also have a great team from what I see, which does a lot of marketing. There is also a simple demo.
They also have Ties.DB, which is a public, open-source solution that can be utilized by other dApps and decentralized blockchain-related projects to facilitate their entering the market and structure large amounts of data.

https://github.com/TiesNetwork


#20

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