Lightning Labs announced the release of a new version of the Lightning application powered by the Neutrino light client.
Elizabeth Stark, CEO Lightning Labs, highlighted the release in a yesterday’s tweet:
Today we're releasing our new Lightning app! New design, Neutrino light client, seed backup. ⚡️
The future of bitcoin is already here, it's just not evenly distributed. 😎https://t.co/iRGrWEdGl7
— elizabeth stark (@starkness) September 11, 2018
Back in March, Lightning Lab technology company released Lightning mainnet beta, which allowed users to conduct off-blockchain bitcoin transactions.
The app is designed for future Lightning app (Lapp) developers, advanced users and potential routing node operators capable of working with nodes and familiar with LND command line interface.
As reported earlier, Lightning Labs managed to raise $2 500 000 worth of investments from Litecoin founder Charlie Lee, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey, Square Capital executive Jacqueline Reses and ex-PayPal executive David Sacks.