Spending on Bitcoin has increased with use of Lightning Network
The Lighting Network enabled cheap and fast transactions using Bitcoin, breaking the stigma that you couldn’t buy a cup of coffee with Bitcoin, but six years after the...Read More
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
What do Open-Channel Transactions Look Like On-Chain?
A lightning channel funding transaction, commonly called an “open-channel transaction”, is a transaction that is used to open a payment channel on the lightning network. It anchors the...Read More
How many transactions can the lightning network handle?
The Lightning Network is capable of handling millions of payments per second. I want to create a practical and easy-to-understand breakdown of how lightning operates, how nodes connect...Read More
The Low Time Preference Low-Cost Routing Node Guide
Learn from our Support Engineer Nate, how to create a low time preference node you can spend from which transforms to a routing node that earns sats over...Read More
Send and receive Bitcoin over the Lightning Network with NodeJS
In this article, you will write a NodeJS script to interact with a Lightning node to send and receive Bitcoin programmatically....Read More
How to Sell Liquidity and Earn Sats with your Lightning Node
Earn sats with your lightning node, prep your node, learn which marketplaces are available, and best practices...Read More