Umbrel To Offer Plug-And-Play Bitcoin Node Server

Umbrel To Offer Plug-And-Play Bitcoin Node Server

Umbrel partnered with The Bitcoin Machines to offer a plug-and-play all-aluminum node and server combo.Umbrel, an operating system (OS) purposefully built for running a Bitcoin node, Lightning Network node, and other self-hosted applications on a Raspberry Pi, announced today a partnership with Bitcoin node hardware maker The Bitcoin Machines to offer a plug-and-play Umbrel server solution.“The server features a beautiful all-aluminum design with a 1.8" display, and is powered by a Raspberry Pi 4 with 1.6Ghz quad-core CPU and 8GB RAM, with the option to choose between 1TB and 2TB....

Related News

Bitcoin Personal Server Developer Umbrel Raises $3 million In Seed Round

Today Bitcoin personal server and node developer Umbrel announced it has raised $3 million in seed round funding.

Latest Umbrel Update Further Improves Bitcoin Privacy, Self-Sovereignty

Open-source Bitcoin and Lightning Network node developer Umbrel has released an update including multiple sovereignty-enhancing features. The post Latest Umbrel Update Further Improves Bitcoin Privacy, Self-Sovereignty appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.

How To Set Up A Lightning Network Node

The easiest way to set up and run a Lightning Network node is with an out-of-the-box solution. The majority of full Bitcoin node products also run Lightning clients and they have condensed all of the essentials for running a node into small boxes — you just need to plug them in and follow prompts. ...

11 Bitcoin Startups Pitch for Funding at Plug and Play Winter Expo

"We're investing in about 10 bitcoin startups," Plug and Play's Scott Robinson revealed to an audience of investors at the recent Winter EXPO. The crowd in attendance saw a batch of fintech (financial technology) startup pitches, 11 of which had a focus on bitcoin. Robinson runs the bitcoin initiatives at Plug and Play Tech Center, a incubator and startup accelerator that has taken an interest in bitcoin startups as of late. Plug and Play's location in Sunnyvale, California is also home to the weekly Silicon Valley Bitcoin Meetup, which has 397 members and meets from 18:00 - 20:00 (local....

Plug and Play's Biggest Blockchain Batch Plans Big Bank Collaborations

Storied Silicon Valley accelerator Plug and Play recently revealed its biggest batch of blockchain startups yet. As part of its fourth FinTech class, Plug and Play selected eight blockchain startups, and while the number alone is impressive, two things stand out about its new entrants. The first is a renewed focus on the bitcoin blockchain, and the second is the maturity of the companies, which include recognizable names with market-tested products. But based on conversations with multiple participants, these ambitious founders are looking for more than mentorships. If all goes according....