Thanks to our volunteers and the financial sponsorship of The Bitcoin Foundation, we’ve made the following accomplishments this quarter.

Summary for December 2014, January 2015, and February 2015.

  • Quarterly page views: over 7 million.

  • Translations: now has fully proofread and complete translations for 26 languages. New and significantly-improved translations added this quarter include Bulgarian, Greek, Polish, and Turkish.

  • Developer documentation: added 114 new or completely rewritten printed pages worth of text describing Bitcoin Core’s RPC interface and 8 more pages describing its new HTTP REST interface. Bitcoin Core 0.10.0’s new headers-first sync is now documented as is the older blocks-first sync. Begun in the previous quarter, this quarter also saw the completion of over 30 printed pages worth of text describing the Bitcoin peer-to-peer network.

  • Contributors: long-time site maintainer Saïvann Carignan, who has made over 1,000 commits during the past two years, has announced he no longer has time to lead the project. A search is on for new volunteers who are willing to contribute to one of most trusted Bitcoin resources on the Internet.

  • Wallets: reviewed and added three new wallets to the Choose Your Wallet page, and all previously-listed wallets now support HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) for secure parts of their sites.

  • User guides: A new guide has been published to the site providing detailed instructions for supporting the network by running the Bitcoin Core full node. The announcement of the page received over 200 upvotes on Reddit.