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Published: Mar 25, 2020 License: MIT Imports: 9 Imported by: 0



Go module to read and parse Bitcoin Core's LevelDB and *.dat files.




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const (
	// BlockValidHeader - Parsed, version ok, hash satisfies claimed PoW, 1 <= vtx count <= max, timestamp not in future
	BlockValidHeader = 1
	// BlockValidTree - All parent headers found, difficulty matches, timestamp >= median previous, checkpoint. Implies all parents are also at least TREE.
	BlockValidTree = 2
	// BlockValidTransactions - Only first tx is coinbase, 2 <= coinbase input script length <= 100, transactions valid, no duplicate txids, sigops, size, merkle root. Implies all parents are at least TREE but not necessarily TRANSACTIONS. When all parent blocks also have TRANSACTIONS.
	BlockValidTransactions = 3
	// BlockValidChain - Outputs do not overspend inputs, no double spends, coinbase output ok, immature coinbase spends, BIP30. Implies all parents are also at least CHAIN.
	BlockValidChain = 4
	// BlockValidScripts - Scripts & signatures ok. Implies all parents are also at least SCRIPTS.
	BlockValidScripts = 5
	// BlockValidMask - All validity bits.
	BlockValidMask = BlockValidHeader | BlockValidTree | BlockValidTransactions | BlockValidChain | BlockValidScripts
	// BlockHaveData - full block available in blk*.dat
	BlockHaveData = 8
	// BlockHaveUndo - undo data available in rev*.dat
	BlockHaveUndo = 16
	// BlockHaveMask - Block and Undo data avaliable
	BlockHaveMask = BlockHaveData | BlockHaveUndo
	// BlockFailedValid - stage after last reached validness failed
	BlockFailedValid = 32
	// BlockFailedChild - descends from failed block
	BlockFailedChild = 64
	// BlockFailedMask - Mask for failed block.
	BlockFailedMask = BlockFailedValid | BlockFailedChild


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type BitcoinDAT

type BitcoinDAT struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

BitcoinDAT is a parser that can read blocks from Bitcoin Core's blk????.dat files.

func NewBitcoinDAT

func NewBitcoinDAT(datPath string) (*BitcoinDAT, error)

NewBitcoinDAT is the factory function to instantiate a new BitcoinDAT

func (*BitcoinDAT) GetBlockIndices

func (p *BitcoinDAT) GetBlockIndices() (BlockIndices, error)

GetBlockIndices reads all indexed blocks from the leveldb database and returns these unordered.

func (*BitcoinDAT) ReadBlockData

func (d *BitcoinDAT) ReadBlockData(ib BlockIndex) ([]byte, error)

ReadBlockData reads the data for the passed BlockIndex and returns a byte slice with the raw block data.

type BlockIndex

type BlockIndex struct {
	Hash               Hash256 // Block Hash
	BitcoinCoreVersion int32   // Bitcoin Core Version
	Height             int32   // Block height
	Status             uint32  // Block status
	NumTx              uint32  // Number of transactions
	NumFile            int32   // File Number
	PosData            uint32  // Position of the block data in the file
	PosUndo            uint32  // Position of the undo data for that block in the undo file
	BlockVersion       int32   // Block version
	PreviousHash       Hash256 // Previous Block Hash
	MerkleRootHash     Hash256 // Hash of the Merkle Root
	Time               uint32  // Block time
	Bits               uint32  // Bits
	Nonce              uint32  // Nonce

BlockIndex represents an index entry in the leveldb database.

type BlockIndexChain

type BlockIndexChain []BlockIndex

BlockIndexChain is a list of multiple BlockIndex which has only one block per hight

type BlockIndices

type BlockIndices []BlockIndex

BlockIndices is a list of multiple BlockIndex which can contain multiple blocks at the same hight and forks

func (*BlockIndices) GetMainChain

func (bi *BlockIndices) GetMainChain() BlockIndexChain

GetMainChain returns the most work chain of blocks containing no forks. BlockIndexChain is sorted by ascending block height (genesis -> tip).

type Hash256

type Hash256 [32]byte

Hash256 represents a 32bit hash. These are commonly used in Bitcoin.

func NewHash256WithReverse

func NewHash256WithReverse(b [32]byte) Hash256

NewHash256WithReverse takes 32bytes, reverses them and returns a Hash256. Bitcoin hashes are internally saved in reverse.

func (Hash256) String

func (hash Hash256) String() string

type MovingBytes

type MovingBytes struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

func NewMovingBytes

func NewMovingBytes(b []byte) MovingBytes

func (*MovingBytes) PrintNext

func (mb *MovingBytes) PrintNext(n uint64, tag string)

func (*MovingBytes) ReadHash

func (mb *MovingBytes) ReadHash() (hash Hash256)

func (*MovingBytes) ReadInt32LitteEndian

func (mb *MovingBytes) ReadInt32LitteEndian() (val int32)

func (*MovingBytes) ReadUInt32LitteEndian

func (mb *MovingBytes) ReadUInt32LitteEndian() (val uint32)

func (*MovingBytes) ReadVarInt

func (mb *MovingBytes) ReadVarInt() (n uint64)

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