A "release just for me"? Thank you, implemented!

I have made a crypto donations tool. It is still early and has a lot to improve, as I have coded it very fast and very sloppy. But I am happy that the tool did not get unnoticed.

You can read about the tool here:
@igormuba/i-have-made-a-donations

As I have said, the tool is very sloppy, and I had some libraries installed that I was not used.
A developer of a tool called algorand-qrcode contact me explaining about a change he made because of my use case.

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To thank him, I have implemented his solution, and started using his library. Also, I made pull request to his repository just to add the new option to the readme file.

Here is the updated tool in action :

Donate to help setup a new IPFS node:

Goal

Bitcoin
Bitcoin

19Re31p3dfLSxjFGtpChZe1zvcfkwkYRuV

Ethereum and Tokens
Ethereum and Tokens

0x4E48F9Ca8A335e03e6549c55749E6aD724464dA2

Litecoin
Litecoin

LV36NzLF5H1MVXafKJwo4qidkyJEwCz7q9

Dash
Dash

Xs3QUhHDQsWEv1xsHeS68DVff1B1FddXkL

Digibyte
Digibyte

D7FU5yyBv4HNvbos57wSk93rBgfitAJPDY

Neo and Tokens
Neo and Tokens

ARTdYdA1Rny13W1XsApL8vb3r9aQAafgRB

Donations tool made by @igormuba for the Hive blockchain
Github source code: https://github.com/igormuba/crypdonations

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