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Replying to npub1t0nyg64
Isn't the fee more like 500ppm? Have you thought about how much capital you would need to achieve the same connectivity on your “Raspi”? It's something like 50 channels with a capacity of at least 1 million each, the bigger the better tbh. Now this hotwallet runs on a gimpy $250 hardware.(add that to your ppm) Channel.db sucks, watchtowers suck and you need to run a yolo stack of “liquidity management” software. Connect to your node via Tailscale/Zerotier because Tor also sucks. Have you considered all of this? There are some fee cap options in Phoenix that are far from perfect, but for now I'm okay with it.
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Replying to npub1kn860wn
Are you sure this is a good idea? "Nodes also have the option to “endorse” payments that they forward. So for example, a payment endorsed by a high-reputation peer is considered *low-risk*. While an un-endorsed payment from a low-reputation peer may be considered *HIGH* risk."
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🗣️ "Yea ETH is centralised and had a premine. But the tech works should be brought to bitcoin layer 2s via drivechain." no, GFY.🖕
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It is remarkable how the proponents of BIP 0300 have so blatantly ruined the floor that I question the motivation behind the sabotage.
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