Lightning Labs continues its way of changing the crypto ecosystem, offering more advanced, faster and cheaper transactions than blockchain does.
The mainnet release of the Lightning Network software is deemed as one of the most thoroughly tested versions of the Lightning Network technology.
With the ongoing speed of the development of Lightning Network, analysts believe that the official release of the first version of the mainnet can occur anytime soon.
Laszlo Hanyecz, the first BTC pizza purchaser does it again, but this time through a Lightning Network.
Coinbase and GDAX have adopted SegWit, which means that all their users will soon have an opportunity to enjoy lower fees and faster Bitcoin transactions.
A new scheme for solving Bitcoin scalability issue has been designed by Conner Fromknecht and Olaoluwa Osuntokun. Atomic Multi-Path Payments over Lightning promises to enhance privacy and decentralization to facilitate Bitcoin payments.
In a few weeks, Coinbase will offer their customers an update on Bitcoin SegWit which is expected to improve transaction capacity of the Bitcoin network.
The scope of application of the Lightning Network is expanding: the first Bitcoin ATM transaction made using the network was completed.
Coingaming Group, a famous Bitcoin gaming operator, is looking forward to adopt Bitcoin’s Lightning Network – a breakthrough payment solution.
On January 24, Bitcoin’s new hard fork named Bitcoin Atom (BCA) took place at block number 505888.
Bitcoin Atom hard fork will bring several new features to the dais, including atomic and lightning swaps, hybrid consensus model and much more.
Bitcoin scalability gets a push as Lightning Network, a promising solution which debuted on the Bitcoin mainnet, gains momentum.
The San Francisco-based tech company has started the trial of its new payments processing technology with the launch of an online Blockstream store.