Bitcoin Lightning Network goes live on Cash App

Bitcoin Lightning Network goes live on Cash App

Cash App mentions that the Lightning Network feature is not available to users located in New York. Mobile payment service Cash App revealed that Lightning Network can now be used to transfer Bitcoin (BTC) through its app. With the new feature, its users can send their BTC to any Lightning or on-chain BTC address.Lightning Network is now available on Cash App. It's the fastest, free way to pay anyone in bitcoin. Buy tacos, tip your favorite Twitter comedian, or send a friend money abroad—anywhere that accepts lightning. pic.twitter.com/65TXSJ6yL6— Cash App (@CashApp) February 7,....


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