Bitcoin on the Go

This is an opinion editor by Anthony Feliciano, a Bitcoin event organizer and Bitcoin Magazine contributor.

A few years ago, I had a problem when my apartment went out of power and my RaspiBlitz went offline. It was the start of a new project, namely “how do I prevent this from happening again?” I won’t go into the technical setup in this article as I wrote an article with detailed instructions on how to try this yourself.

Let’s be #reckless with this more fun Lightning Node article. I mean, if we’re not going to call ourselves Bitcoiners and be #reckless about tools, apps, and hardware, then what do we do? The premise here was that I was being posted to California on business. Now, if you run an LN node at home, you’ll run into power outages, internet outages, hardware freezes, and anything else you might encounter while protecting a node – but you’re at home so you know how to fix everything and get back to it. normal with minimal downtime. What if you are on the road for a long time and this happens? I hope there is someone at home who can fix it for you or at least guide them. If you don’t, will you leave your node offline for “x” days? I guess that’s sort of being #reckless. What did I do, you ask? Of course, I took it with me when I left. The term mobile banking has been around for several decades due to the development of protocols, infrastructure and hardware that make everything possible. So I thought what if I could show my Raspiblitz node as mobile banking 2.0.

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