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Becoming Self-Sovereign: How to Set Up a Bitcoin Node, With Lightning
Setting up a RaspiBlitz Bitcoin node (with Lightning!) is an easy way to become self-sovereign and support the Bitcoin ecosystem.
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Bitcoiners Sprint to Improve Lightning Network in 2-Day Virtual Hackathon
Unable to meet in person, developers around the world collaborated by videoconference for a 48-hour stretch to refine Bitcoin’s Lightning Network.
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A DIY Bitcoin Lightning Node Project Just Hit Its 1.0 Milestone
A project aiming to empower people to build bitcoin lightning nodes has hit a notable milestone.
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Bitcoin Arcade Machine is 'On Like Donkey Kong'
UK firm Liberty Games has developed a retro arcade machine that accepts gamers' bitcoin payments.
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NYC Bitcoin Center Hosts its First Hackathon
The Center held the developer event to further educate the technically inclined about the power of distributed money.
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Scrypt-based miners and the new cryptocurrency arms race
Script-based miner manufacturers are planning to ship equipment that will speed up altcoin mining.
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Bad secrets, why Pi is the answer, and building a regulation-proof exchange
John Law investigates the latest bitcoin vulnerabilities, his inability to play pool, and StrongCoin's solution to exchange regulation.
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Raspberry Pi used in new bitcoin-operated pool table
Games room specialist Liberty Games has created a bitcoin-operated pool table that runs on Raspberry Pi.
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Raspberry Pi used to power bitcoin-funded WiFi hotspot
A working prototype of a bitcoin-enabled WiFi hotspot built on top of the Raspberry Pi has been created.
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Print paper bitcoin and litecoin wallets with Piper
Paper wallets are one way to securely store bitcoins. Another solution comes in the form of Piper.
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