Backend of Boltz (by BoltzExchange)


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BoltzExchange/boltz-backend is an open source project licensed under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 which is an OSI approved license.

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better boltz-backend alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where boltz-backend has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-05-05.
  • Bitcoin transfer price | 2021-05-05
    If exchanges support lightning network (some do like and you get a lightning wallet, you can send bitcoin near instantly, cheap, and keep reusing that channel capacity for very long time with every transactions for up to rest of your life secured by the first one that opened the channel.
  • A good exchange? Non-KYC, Lightning, maker-taker | 2021-04-24
    Bisq is great but has no lightning support. Maybe try
  • Are there still services offering free inbound liquidity?
    You can open a channel to another node and then send a nice sizable payment to an on chain address you control through a service like That will give you a remote balance.
  • Guys how do i transfer some of my lightning network btc to a normal bitcoin adress?
    send to own node and close channel with low sat/vbyte. id imagine that youre in no rush to get the funds on main chain as youre still looking for most economical solution. Or you can send to breeze or another lightning wallet which can send funds to main chain. Or use an exchange such as Okcoin to transfer funds from lightning to main chain. Or use fixed float or
  • Can I simply 'atomic swap' my bitcoin funds into litecoin with lightening network? | 2021-04-06 for example
  • Is there anyone can provide a quick update on how Lightning is progressing. What's new, what in the pipeline and how adoption is progressing?
    It really is. I needed some on chain funds last night for an internet purchase and didn't want get my hardware wallet out close a channel on my node so I sent USD from Strike directly to and it went straight to my mobile non-lightning wallet. Freaking awesome, atomic swap of USD to BTC. | 2021-03-30
  • OCM with complete redesign of Submarine Swap interface - is almost finished... No firewall, no hassle, just Plug&Play :) | 2021-03-15
    for litecoin - I do recommend you the Boltz Exchange. I'm using their open source submarine swap engine:
  • Privacy on Bitcoin via MimbleWimble & Litecoin | 2021-03-08
    already exists, try
  • How do I know how much I can withdraw from LN wallet?
    Dont close your channels. It is better could use a service like or use loop out. I think the newer RTL versionens support doing loop outs via the webinterface.
  • How to withdraw LN sats to onchain without hurting my channels?
    Use . Give in amount, paste your address and pay the LN invoice.
  • ⚡Lightning Thursday!, February 18th 2021: Explore the Lightning Network!⚡ | 2021-02-18
    Use an offchain-to-onchain swap service like to get inbound capacity. Create a channel anywhere, then move it to onchain funds, then create a new channel, repeat until you have sufficient inbound capacity. CLBOSS uses this technique.
  • BlueWallet Lightning Funds
    you can use services like