Bitcoin Lightning Directory
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The Bitcoin Lightning Network uses Satoshis as a base unit
$1 = 10.336 satoshi
13,088
Nodes
36,176
Channels
935 BTC
Capacity
Stats by 1ML.com
RECENT LISTINGS
By Spendl
The first LN Bitcoin virtual card. Top up a virtual card with Lightning Network, anywhere, anytime. Competative prices. Instant issuance.
By Funraiden
Online store where you can buy awesome products - stickers, collectibles, apparel, electronics etc. Only Bitcoin / Lightning accepted.
By Stackpointer Solutions LLC
QuickCoinBet.com is a website that lets you play chess with chess.com and bet lightning but also challenge someone for a custom bet with bitcoin lightning
By Stekking
Earn free bitcoin while shopping on your favorite sites and booking platforms. What do you think of stacking sats while ordering a pizza, VR-headset or audio book online? Powered by the Bitcoin Lightning Network.
By Yuya
Platform that allows anyone to easily post contents and buy them with Lightning Payment
By Yuya
Lightning Faucet is a way to test sending and receiving from your lightning wallet and receive free bitcoin. You can get a maximum of 100 satoshis per day!
By Veriphi
I recently constructed a comparison table with 18 Lightning Wallets and 52 features. I believe your users would benefit from this information before selecting a Lightning Wallet, it's the most complete resource I've seen on this matter. Thank you for considering this.
By ff055
Welcome to a brand new concept in random number seeding. Generating a truly random number is quite hard. You could use the current time, divided by the RPM spin of your hard disk, squared by the temperature of your CPU, and so on. Other extreme methods include measuring quantum fluctuations in a vacuum, see ANU Quantum Random Number. All these methods are fine but none of these are really verifiable by a 3rd party. Whoever running the system can change the outcome. I'm not saying they do, simply stating that if the payoff was great enough to alter the 'reported' outcome if they could. So what's different here? We're using the Bitcoin block-chain itself as the arbitrator. Every outcome is not only provably fair but verifiably fair and immutable. Trying to cheat this system is impossible. Try and guess the next confirmation time or how many transactions. Sounds simple enough right? It's every 10 minutes?
By ITO
LN Markets is the first Lightning Network powered Bitcoin derivatives trading platform. No email or registration, connect your funds and trade instantly with any Lightning wallet. Save time, Stack sats!
By Lightning Battle
Wager bitcoin against live opponents in games of skill designed to take less than 5 minutes. Easily share a challenge with a friend or battle your way up the leaderboard.
LATEST UPVOTES
By ff055
Welcome to a brand new concept in random number seeding. Generating a truly random number is quite hard. You could use the current time, divided by the RPM spin of your hard disk, squared by the temperature of your CPU, and so on. Other extreme methods include measuring quantum fluctuations in a vacuum, see ANU Quantum Random Number. All these methods are fine but none of these are really verifiable by a 3rd party. Whoever running the system can change the outcome. I'm not saying they do, simply stating that if the payoff was great enough to alter the 'reported' outcome if they could. So what's different here? We're using the Bitcoin block-chain itself as the arbitrator. Every outcome is not only provably fair but verifiably fair and immutable. Trying to cheat this system is impossible. Try and guess the next confirmation time or how many transactions. Sounds simple enough right? It's every 10 minutes?
By Artur Brugeman
Messaging over Lightning on Android.
By Light Block
Lightblock lets you search, analyse and discover bitcoin lightning network mainnet: nodes, channels, all the parameters, updates and history.
By Alex Leishman and Andrew Benson
River Financial is the best place to buy, sell, and use Bitcoin for the long-term investor. By focusing on Bitcoin only, we are able to offer our clients the best of Bitcoin. This includes instant Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals with the Lightning Network.
By Joost Jager
Send Private Messages via the Lightning Network. Whatsat is a client application for LND that demonstrates how the Lightning Network can be used as an end-to-end encrypted, onion-routed, censorship-resistant, peer-to-peer chat messages protocol.
By Unknown
One-click Bitcoin Lightning networks for local app development & testing. If you’re developing Lightning Network applications, Polar is a great tool to emulate full-blown networks in your machine.
By Chris
LappZap is a Lightning Network directory and listing service with gamification and project voting.
By ACINQ
Eclair Mobile is a next generation, Lightning-ready Bitcoin wallet developed by ACINQ. It can be used as a regular Bitcoin wallet, and can also connect to the Lightning Network for cheap and instant payments.
By Fulmo GmbH
A community event to build momentum and foster connections for the future of the Lightning Network.
By 1ml.com
Lightning Network Search and Analysis Engine offering a wide range of statistics and node information.
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