lightning-tools

Tools for Lightning Network node operators (by ajpwahqgbi)

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ajpwahqgbi/lightning-tools is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

Lightning-tools Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to lightning-tools

  • GitHub repo plugins

    Community curated plugins for c-lightning (by lightningd)

  • GitHub repo lnd

    Lightning Network Daemon ⚡️

  • GitHub repo lightning-rfc

    Lightning Network Specifications

  • GitHub repo lnbook

    Mastering the Lightning Network (LN)

  • GitHub repo boltz-backend

    Backend of Boltz

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

Posts

Posts where lightning-tools has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-18.
  • Current State of Lightning Network Privacy
    I made this C-Lightning plugin to do exactly that. Warning: still needs testing :).
  • Routing Fee Policy Concept - Discovery and Profitable Cooperation
    You watch your forwarding history logs, e.g. lightning-cli listforwards for C-Lightning. You can also automate the analysis and get nice pretty-printed reports of payment volume, fees earned, etc.
  • In the past month my LN node yielded an annualized 0.93%, higher than a savings account. *I am my own bank*!
    Hard to say what you're doing wrong without more info, but you can see my analysis script here.
    Sure, I'll make a PR, but they're not very responsive to my PRs. So if I do make it you should expect it to appear in my lightning-tools repo's plugins dir.
  • 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?
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-03-30
    It looks to me like part of your problem is that you're not choosing your channel peers very judiciously. You have lots of channels to the same entities--lots of liquidity, but not where it's needed. You might want to try my channel peer recommender script.
  • API that returns the set of peers for a given node?
    You run your own node, right? It should be easy to get this from lightning-cli listchannels or lncli describegraph. In fact, I do exactly that in some channel graph analysis scripts I wrote. Maybe you should take a look at what I do there?
  • Difference between lncli describegraph and lightning-cli listchannels?
    I wanted to take the "super crappy python script" from this post and convert it for use with an LND node. I think most everything can stay the same except for the keys used in lines 184-215 of the code.