All About Lightning Electrum
According to BlockBeats, Google has removed 49 extensions from the store that masquerade as legitimate cryptocurrency wallet extensions such as Ledger, MyEtherWallet, Trezor, Electrum, but contain malicious code that steals the encrypted wallet's private keys, monem notes, and other original secrets.
Lightning support in Electrum has been around for a long time. Thomas Voegtlin, the founder of Electrum, first told CoinDesk last summer that Lightning would take it to the next version.
Bitcoin desktop wallet client Electrum has released a 4.0 beta version, adding several important updates, including support for the Lightning network, nearly a year after the previous version of Electrum, 3.3.8 (last July). In the 4.0 beta version, Electrum mainly added features such as PSBT (partially signed Bitcoin transactions), Lightning Network, watchtowers (暸 watchtowers) and Submarineswaps (subliminal switching). (Github)
A clone site masquerading as an Electrum SV wallet has emerged. The cloning site has nothing to do with electrum SV and is designed to steal tokens and create chaos in the BSV community.
Physically saving mnios, such as through metal mnounk boards, is the safest way to store private keys or mnus words. Any mainstream hardware or software wallet (Jaxx, Ledger, Mycelium, Trezor, Cobo Vault, etc.) uses monemone to save the private key, and if your phone or hardware wallet is accidental, these 12 to 24 mone words will be the only way you can restore your wallet.
Until now, the ElectrumX original was the only server available for the P2P exploration protocol, resulting in almost all Electrum wallets relying on servers running on the original ElectrumX. This week, we introduced P2P exploration as an optional feature of Esplora. In this case, Esplora is the only other option for electrum servers designed for public wallets.
In addition, small partners who have used Electrum wallets should be aware that with Thecret phrase generated by Electrum, we can recover bitcoin keys on any browser using the Bitcoin Wallet web tool. And Electrum is so secure that there is no evidence that the distributed attack prevention system designed by Dark Wallet will be due to Electrum.
After the data is decrypted, the first 4 bytes will contain the size of the data to be decompressed, so be sure to remove it from the data before unziping to avoid error header problems. You can see the full example of the Python decryption script here.