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Our articles talk about Bitcoin from top to bottom. We explore all general concepts and more specific concepts related to Bitcoin mining.

What is LNURL and what are its key features

LNURL is a new standard designed to make it easy for Lightning Network users to receive payments. It also has the potential to remove the need for custodial services and provide better inbound liquidity. It provides an easy-to-use, streamlined user experience that does not require running extra infrastructure. LNURL also

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How Bitcoin Could Change Streaming

In the early days of the internet, media access was a slow and cumbersome process. You had to wait for a website to load, and then you could only access the content that was on that website. If you wanted to watch a video, you had to download it first

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What is a Bitcoin zero-confirmation transaction?

A Bitcoin zero-confirmation transaction is a transaction that has been broadcast to the network but has not yet been confirmed by a miner. When you send a Bitcoin transaction, there’s always a chance that it may not be confirmed by the network. This can be due to some reasons, such

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What are Bitcoin channel factories?

Bitcoin channel factories are a type of Bitcoin-based payment system that uses the lightning network to route payments. Channel factories are similar to traditional Bitcoin exchanges, but they are designed to be more efficient and scalable. Bitcoin channel factories use a novel routing algorithm that helps to reduce the amount

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Lightning Networks’ Turbo Channels

Turbo channels or zero-conf channels are Lightning channels that are accepted without confirmations on the bitcoin blockchain. This requires trust in the party opening the channel to not double-spend the channel opening transaction. What are Turbo Channels and their trade-offs Turbo channels are an excellent option for a specific use

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How Fees Work On The Lightning Network

In the Bitcoin world, there are two types of fees that you can charge for transactions that go through your node on the Lightning Network. These are the base fee and the fee-based on liquidity used. You can also charge a negative fee, which is when you actually pay someone

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Bitcoin’s Lightning Network: from seven to 40 million TPS

Blockchain is the race to Mars in search of scalable solutions. Bitcoin processes seven transactions per second. On average, 400 transactions per minute, while Visa processes between 1000 and 4000 transactions per second. Unfortunately, Bitcoin’s chances in that race have been limited by scalability until now. Meet the Lightning Network,

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What Is the Bitcoin Block Size Limit?

Raoul Pal, a former Goldman Sachs manager, believes that BTC will be worth $1 million in three years, as outlined in his Global Macro Investor guide. With so many factors now like COVID-19, it doesn’t seem like Bitcoin block size and blocks weight matters. Wrong. Block size and weight control how many

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