This is a client library for the Bitcoin Core JSON-RPC API.
pub extern crate bitcoin;
- A module used for serde serialization of bytes in hexadecimal format.
- Info on amounts in the block at the block height of the
gettxoutsetinfocall (only available if coinstatsindex is used)
- Models the result of “waitfornewblock”, and “waitforblock”
- Model for decode transaction
- Models the result of “estimatesmartfee”
- Models the result of “finalizepsbt”
- Models the request options of “getblocktemplate”
- Models the result of “getblocktemplate”
- Models a single transaction entry in the result of “getblocktemplate”
- Models the result of “getblockchaininfo”
- Models a single chain tip for the result of “getchaintips”
- Models the result of “getdescriptorinfo”
- Models the result of “getpeerinfo”
- A import request for importdescriptors.
- A import request for importmulti.
- Progress toward rejecting pre-softfork blocks
- A wrapper around bitcoin::EcdsaSighashType that will be serialized according to what the RPC expects.
- Status of a softfork
- Detailed view of the unspendable categories
- Models the request for “walletcreatefundedpsbt”
- Models the result of “walletcreatefundedpsbt”
- Models the result of “walletprocesspsbt”
- Used to represent an address type.
- Enum to represent the BIP125 replaceable status for a transaction.
- Enum to represent client-side supported features
- Enum to represent client-side supported features.
- Enum to representing mutable parts of the block template. This does only cover the muations implemented in Bitcoin Core. More mutations are defined in BIP-23, but not implemented in the getblocktemplate implementation of Bitcoin Core.
- Enum to represent Bitcoin Core’s supported features for getblocktemplate
- Enum to representing specific block rules that client must support to work with the template returned by Bitcoin Core
- Enum to representing specific block rules that the requested template should support.
- Enum to represent the category of a transaction.
- Used to specify a block hash or a height
- Used to represent arguments that can either be an address or a public key.
- Start a scan of the UTXO set for an output descriptor.
- Used to represent UTXO set hash type
- Models the result of “getchaintips”