The idea of the project belongs to the co-founder of Lightning Labs, Laolu Osuntokun. Ti' le súutuko', le yaan básico ku je'ets'el, Ba'ale' le ba'ax ku kaxtik final, bin Osuntokun, is to launch a trading platform based on the Lightning Network, which will link users and watchtowers.
As the developers explain, the proposed concept is related to the dispute resolution mechanism in the Lightning network: if the fraudster attempts to execute a transaction that steals money from another user, the victim has time to repel the attack. But for this, the holder of the crypto currency must constantly monitor his accounts.
“U tojol escalabilidad le perpetua vigilancia,” ku ya'alik Tadge Dryja, coautor le páawo'ob rayo. Yéetel u yáantaj le watchtower, le usuarios táan u béeytalo'ob u transferir le vigilancia ti' “Outsourcing”, ka organizaciones vigilancia notificará usuario kano'ob amenazas.
Le enfoque ma' anula le descentralización: le usuario u conectar u u je'el meyaj ku torres vigilancia, Ma' confiar únicamente ti' juntúul “protector ti' le”.
Bix u tsool Osuntokun, Wa bey juntúule' ti' leti'obe' le “decente”, le funcionará. Ba'ale', not everyone supports Osuntokun’s belief that many protective organizations are needed and their incentives are in the form of fees and rewards.
Dryja believes that to ensure the security of the network you need one honest provider: “One altruistic node that protects the entire network will be enough. Someone will do it, “he said during the Stanford blockchain conference. On it, Osuntokun also presented the current solutions for the scalability of towers, given the huge number of “controlled” users.
Described in the presentation “Strengthening Lightning” developments include reducing the amount of information stored and new bitcoin-opcodes, which should be implemented by the end of this year.
The next step is to make the work of trading platforms and observers unnoticeable: “Ideally, all this will be abstracted from the end user,” Osuntokun said, while noting that experienced users with technical background will be able to manage their own towers.
tsíib: Richard Abermann