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Lightning

Check out our Getting Started with Lightning video for an introduction to the Lightning Network using LND and RTL on Embassy!

BlueWallet

Note

Not available at this time - LNDHub is required

Ride the Lightning

Available For

  • embassyOS

See the video at the top of this page for an intro to Lightning using RTL.

Spark

Note

Compatible with C-Lightning only

Available For

  • Android

  • embassyOS

  • iOS

To use a Spark client, you still need to have Spark installed on the Embassy. The Spark service on Embassy is both a server (background service) and a client (the Web UI). Under Properties, there is a “Pairing URL”. The first part of this is the server URL, and the end portion of it is the access key.

Thunderhub

Available For

  • embassyOS

Download from your Embassy’s Marketplace and follow the included Instructions.

Zap

Available For

  • Android

  • iOS

Note

Compatible with LND only

  1. Download from your device’s application store.

  2. Go to Settings and activate Tor.

  3. Go to Add a Wallet and scan the LND REST connection QR code found in your Embassy’s LND service page -> Properties.

Zeus

Available For

  • Android

  • iOS

Note

Compatible with LND only

  1. Download the Zeus: Bitcoin and Lightning wallet from your mobile device’s application store.

  2. Open your Embassy’s web interface and log in

  3. Select Services -> Lightning Network Daemon

  4. Select “Properties”

  5. Click the QR Code icon next to “LND Connect REST URL” to display the QR code

  6. Open Zeus on your mobile device and go to Settings / Get Started -> Connect a node -> +

  7. Select “Use Tor”

  8. Press the “SCAN LNDCONNECT CONFIG” button

  9. Scan the QR Code displayed on the Embassy’s LND Connect REST URL screen

    Note

    If you have trouble scanning it, bring your phone very close to the QR code until it fills the entire target square on your mobile device’s QR code camera.

  10. Zeus will fill in your node details based on the information in the QR code

  11. Click “SAVE NODE CONFIG”