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Bitcoin ATM payments via lightning network demonstrated by Felix Weis

Felix Weis successfully demonstrated a transaction via Lightning Network on a Bitcoin ATM, on March 31, 2019, at the Lightning Hackday event in Hong Kong.
Weis, the developer and researcher described the transaction as:
“Just a proof of concept ‘top up your existing channel.’ Lots of bugs but two different mobile wallets worked fine.”
The Lightning Network is gaining a lot of traction in the crypto community due to its lower BTC transaction fees along with it making the transaction times almost instantaneously.
The Lightning Network was designed as a decentralized system in which those participating can implement trustless micropayment channels to facilitate one or multiple payment transactions off-blockchain.

The Lightning Network is growing everyday and at the time of writing, the network features 7,754 nodes and 39,129 channels. The networks capacity also reaches over 1,058 BTC.
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