This week’s newsletter requests help testing a Bitcoin Core release candidate, summarizes continued discussion of LN anchor outputs, and describes a proposal for allowing full nodes and lightweight clients to signal support for IP address relay. Also included is our regular section about notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
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Build your own ColdCard! Full node on Android. Asynchronous Lightning payments. End-to-end encrypted chat using Lightning channels! LN testing tools.
This week’s newsletter announces the latest C-Lightning release, requests help testing a Bitcoin Core release candidate, describes discussions about simplified LN commitments using CPFP carve-out, and summarizes several top-voted questions and answers from the Bitcoin StackExchange.
A self-study course for learning about the schnorr/taproot softfork proposal.
Taproot review has started. Running a Full Node. CoinJoin progress and pitfalls. Coinswap, Minerva’s effects on EdDSA and LTC doing MW.
This week’s newsletter requests testing of the C-Lightning and Bitcoin Core release candidates, invites participation in structured review of the taproot proposal, highlights updates to two Bitcoin wallets, and describes a few notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
Bitcoin is not a pyramid scheme and good for the environment. Casa and Unchained differ on Shamir’s Secret Sharing. Electrum+LN. Log in with Lightning
This week’s newsletter announces the newest release of LND, requests testing of release candidates for Bitcoin Core and C-Lightning, relays an update on the taproot proposal, describes a proposed increase in the default LN routing fees, and summarizes three talks from the recent Cryptoeconomic Systems Summit. Also included is our regular section on notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
BTC Tx Monitor. Is Bitcoin broken? Practical Schnorr threshold signatures. Bitcoin near misses. LN features using payment points. Default fees on LN?