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go-ethereum

The go-ethereum client is commonly referred to as geth, which is the the command line interface for running a full ethereum node implemented in Go. By installing and running geth, you can take part in the ethereum frontier live network and:

  • mine real ether
  • transfer funds between addresses
  • create contracts and send transactions
  • explore block history
  • and much much more

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pyethapp

pyethapp is the python-based client implementing the Ethereum cryptoeconomic state machine. The python implementation aims to provide an easily hackable and extendable codebase.

pyethapp leverages two ethereum core components to implement the client:

  • pyethereum – the core library, featuring the blockchain, the ethereum virtual machine, mining
  • pydevp2p – the p2p networking library, featuring node discovery for and transport of multiple services over multiplexed and encrypted connections

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ethereumjs-lib

ethereumjs-lib is the javascript library of core Ethereum functions as described in the Yellow Paper. This is a simple meta-module that provides the following modules. Most JS modules are tracked in ethereumjs

  • VM – The Ethereum virtual machine and state processing functions
  • Blockchain – Blockchain managment
  • Block – Block Schema definition and validation
  • Transaction – Transaction Schema definition and validation
  • Account – Account Schema definition and validation
  • rlp – Recursive Length Prefix serialization
  • Trie – Modified Merkle Patricia Tree
  • Ethash – Ethereum’s Proof of Work algorithm
  • utils – Miscellaneous helper functions
  • devp2p – The networking protocol
  • devp2p-dpt – The disputed peer table

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Ethereum(J)

Ethereum(J) is a pure-Java implementation of the Ethereum protocol. It is provided as a library that can be embedded in any Java/Scala project and to provide full support for Ethereum protocol and sub-services. Ethereum(J) was first developed by Roman Mandeleil and is now sponsored by <ether.camp>.

Ethereum(J) supports CPU mining. It is currently implemented in pure Java and can be used in private and test networks. You may even mine on the live Ethereum network, even though it is not economically feasible.

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ethereumH

This package provides a tool written in Haskell to allow you to connect to the Ethereum blockchain

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Parity

Parity claims to be the world’s fastest and lightest Ethereum client. It is written in the Rust language, which offers improved reliability, performance, and code clarity. Parity is being developed by Ethcore, which was founded by several members of the Ethereum Foundation.

Arch Linux packages are community maintained by Afri Schoedon and quininer.

Some people have reported success with Parity on Raspberry Pi 2.

 

ruby-ethereum

ruby-ethereum is an implementation of the Ethereum Virtual Machine written in Ruby.

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