I recently just returned from an incredible few days at the Plan B conference in Lugano, Switzerland. As a Bitcoin enthusiast, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to attend this premier Bitcoin event.
Exploring Lightning Nodes in a Safe Playground: The Complete Guide to Setting Up a Testnet Lightning Node ⚡
Have you ever wondered how developers create and test new stuff on Bitcoin without risking real money? Well, that’s where the Bitcoin Testnet and LND Testnet come in!
Have you ever wondered what it takes to set up a lightning node in a country with slow internet and unstable electricity? Buckle up, because I’m about to take you on a thrilling ride through my adventure of setting up the first active lightning node in Nigeria.
The Lightning Network (LN), a second-layer protocol operating on top of Bitcoin’s blockchain, has sparked significant interest in the world of digital finance.
Today, we will be taking another fascinating dive into the world of Bitcoin’s Lightning Network. Specifically, we’re going to be looking at how you can connect your Lightning Wallet to a node based in Africa.
Remittances play a crucial role in the economic landscape of Africa, serving as a significant source of income for many countries on the continent.
In a continent where traditional financial systems are often unreliable and expensive, the Lightning Network is quickly becoming the go-to solution for Bitcoin transactions.
As Africa embraces the digital revolution, technologies like Bitcoin and the Lightning Network are gaining popularity. Bitcoin, the world’s first decentralized cryptocurrency, has the potential to revolutionize the financial landscape.