Understanding Inbound Liquidity in the Lightning Network: Simplified
Inbound liquidity refers to the amount of Bitcoin others on the Lightning Network have committed to channels with your node. These are the funds that others have locked...Read More
Submarine Swaps – How do they work and where they are used?
Interaction Between Protocols Imagine a scenario where Alice wants to buy a book from Bob’s e-commerce, but Alice only has on-chain funds, and Bob only accepts payments through...Read More
Why do Lightning nodes need inbound and outbound liquidity?
There are two possible ways of answering this question: with a brief and general answer or with a detailed and elaborated one. Let’s go through the general answer...Read More
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
Effortless Inbound Channel Opening for Voltage Nodes
Voltage node runners just got a big quality of life boost! With the click of one button, all users running a Voltage node may claim 500,000 sats of...Read More