pcsg-steem-blockchain-parser - This application parses the Steem Blockchain into a SQL Database.

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The STEEM to Database will parse the STEEM Blockchain and insert the data into a Database. It is possible to parse either a single block, a range of blocks or run a continuous loop to parse all available blocks. Step 2 Docker container We provide a docker container for ease of use. Change the environment variables and run the following command to get the container up and running.

https://github.com/pcsg/pcsg-steem-blockchain-parser

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