Why & How to Run a Bitcoin/Lightning Node w/ MyNode

laatste update: 05-2022


Why running your own node increases privacy and control. Demos of using a trezor hardware wallet thru electrum to create and sign a transaction, and then broadcast thru MyNode. Also, demo of using Zap iOS wallet via Tor to send a lightning transaction. Tour of apps on MyNode and features, and finally a walk-through of the setup process.

Raspberry Pi 4 4GB ram:
1 TB SSD:
32 GB MicroSDXC Card:
Power supply:
Case w/ built-in heat sink:
Ethernet cable:

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0:00 Why run a Bitcoin node?
5:01 Survey of node software options
8:17 Tour of MyNode features
10:05 Ride the Lightning wallet
10:36 Using Trezor w/ Electrum
12:18 Using Zap mobile wallet via Tor
16:14 MyNode setup walkthrough

Fantastic Ministry of Nodes in-depth walk-through:

Nodes mentioned in video:
Raspblitz: https://github.com/rootzoll/raspiblitz
NODL DOJO:
MyNode:

https://getumbrel.com/

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30 gedachten over “Why & How to Run a Bitcoin/Lightning Node w/ MyNode”

  1. Could I have my own webapp hostet on the same raspi, which accepts payments but also sends payments to users?

  2. important to note that if your node goes offline for the lightning network you can essentially lose all your money! lightning network does not have the same security as bitcoin. you address on bitcoin is safe if your node dies, but not your lightning network.

  3. having a problem, getting stuck on drive formatting ive had it up for 10+ hours and it wont budge. Any recommendations? Thanks!

  4. I'm having a lot of trouble setting up https on MyNode. No matter what settings I change it always says "not secure" with a strike through https. Is anyone else having this issue?

  5. Awesome video! I am interested in getting set up to contribute to the lightning network. Do you offer any type of 1 on 1 consultation?

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