Back to the Blog

What is Splicing and How Does it Work? blog

What is Splicing and How Does it Work?

What is Splicing A Lightning payment channel is limited by the total capacity committed to a payment channel. This means that the channel can only move payments as...

Read More
What’s the difference between a Bitcoin Node and a Lightning Node? blog

What’s the difference between a Bitcoin Node and a Lightning Node?

A “node” is the term used to designate a participant on a peer-to-peer network. Unlike the usual “client-server” applications that prevail on the internet today, where servers do...

Read More
Surge now available for Voltage users blog

Surge now available for Voltage users

News

Surge is now available to all Voltage customers....

Read More
How do Lightning Network Fees Work? blog

How do Lightning Network Fees Work?

Lightning Network Routing The lightning network achieves high-frequency payments by taking payments off-chain. This means that information about a transaction is not broadcasted to the whole network as...

Read More
Announcing Nostr support on Voltage with NIP05, Lightning Address, and Zaps blog

Announcing Nostr support on Voltage with NIP05, Lightning Address, and Zaps

News

Voltage has launched support for Nostr! We’ve been eagerly watching and participating in the build-out of the Nostr ecosystem. Now, we’re excited to offer our services to boost...

Read More
Blockware Solutions uses Voltage for Secondary ASIC Market blog

Blockware Solutions uses Voltage for Secondary ASIC Market

Today we are proud to share that our team has helped Blockware Solutions power their Asic secondary marketplace with Lightning infrastructure....

Read More
Lightning Privacy for Beginners blog

Lightning Privacy for Beginners

The goal of this blog is to educate on what common actions may inadvertently disclose information that you may otherwise not want to be known. ...

Read More
Solving $1 trillion dollar unpaid invoice problem blog

Solving $1 trillion dollar unpaid invoice problem

The lightning network is great for buying a coffee or a pizza from a merchant who accepts payments. Businesses can immediately save 2.9% + 30 cents per transaction....

Read More
Why Exchanges Need Bitcoin Lightning Network Deposits and Withdrawals blog

Why Exchanges Need Bitcoin Lightning Network Deposits and Withdrawals

While user experience on exchanges has been focused on having tight spreads and features that allow entering and exiting positions, I am willing to bet that users are...

Read More