Lightning Network Developers Launch Testing Node Monitoring Tool

Lightning Network Developers Launch Testing Node Monitoring Tool

The second-level protocol for making quick payments in the Bitcoin network Lightning Network has received a new tool for tracking the status of nodes.

Lightning Labs developer Valentine Wallace reported that the alpha version of the ldmon tool is already available for download and testing. At the same time, the deployment of the program is quite simple, since it is available as an image for the docker virtualization system.

The main goal in creating the tool was to detect problems in the Bitcoin network before they become large-scale. Site owners will be able to learn about the fast and large-scale closure of channels with other nodes, or that the connection is unstable. The tool can also be used to analyze trends, the number of transactions and channels, as well as track commissions.

Recall that the Fold payment platform recently announced support for the Lightning Network protocol. This will give users the ability to shop for bitcoins at Starbucks, Whole Foods, AMC, Home Depot and Southwest Airlines.


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