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Programming language: Go
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Blockchain    
Latest version: v0.43.0

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Cosmos SDK

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The Cosmos-SDK is a framework for building blockchain applications in Golang. It is being used to build Gaia, the first implementation of the Cosmos Hub.

WARNING: The SDK has mostly stabilized, but we are still making some breaking changes.

Note: Requires Go 1.15+

Quick Start

To learn how the SDK works from a high-level perspective, go to the [SDK Intro](./docs/intro/overview.md).

If you want to get started quickly and learn how to build on top of the SDK, please follow the SDK Application Tutorial. You can also fork the tutorial's repository to get started building your own Cosmos SDK application.

For more, please go to the [Cosmos SDK Docs](./docs/).

Cosmos Hub Mainnet

The Cosmos Hub application, gaia, has moved to its own repository. Go there to join the Cosmos Hub mainnet and more.

Interblockchain Communication (IBC)

The IBC module for the SDK has moved to its own repository. Go there to build and integrate with the IBC module.

Starport

If you are starting a new app or a new module you can use Starport to help you get started and speed up development. If you have any questions or find a bug, feel free to open an issue in the repo.

Disambiguation

This Cosmos-SDK project is not related to the React-Cosmos project (yet). Many thanks to Evan Coury and Ovidiu (@skidding) for this Github organization name. As per our agreement, this disambiguation notice will stay here.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the cosmos-sdk README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.