We are pleased to inform the community that our recent test was successfully conducted on Polar, the lightning network development and testing platform.
Any interested community member is welcome to join and test how it works.
Moreover, we have made a short video, which shows the process of building Lightning channels and how they work. You can check it out at this link
- To test the network, users can access it through this link:
- Faucet for omnicore regtest/testnet:
OmniBOLT(Basis of Lightning Technology) is the world’s first stablecoin (on Omnilayer) circulation specification for Lightning Network, and the second important protocol presented by Omni foundation. It is a big extension of BOLT, the major parts of this spec are p-2-p instant payment and mortgage loans for crypto-assets.
Polar was built to help Lightning Network application developers quickly spin up one or more networks locally on their computers. Polar is open source and 100% free.
Polar is actively tested on Mac OS Catalina, Windows 10, and Linux (Ubuntu & Arch). While other platforms are not being tested regularly, it should run wherever Electron and Docker are supported.
With Polar users can:
- Create a regtest Lightning Network in just a few clicks
- Connect from your app to the lightning nodes via RPC
- Add more nodes using drag & drop
- Start and stop individual nodes
- Open & Close Channels
- Create & Pay Lightning Invoices
- Launch a terminal in each bitcoin/lightning node
- View streaming logs from each node
- Manually mine new blocks
- Deposit regtest coins into each Lightning node
- Export and import networks, for sharing with other Lightning developers