Today we take a dive into the future of Lightning and one of the amazing developments to make it simpler and more reliable, the new sighash flags referred to as the “Noinput Class.” Who better to take us through it than Aaron Van Wirdum & Bitcoin Magazine?

Don’t forget to check out the original article for extra clarity on how it works, and of course for the many other great articles at BitcoinMagazine.com:
The “Noinput Class”: How a Bitcoin Soft Fork Could Simplify Lightning
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/noinput-class-bitcoin-soft-fork-simplify-lightning
Miniscript: How Blockstream Engineers Are Making Bitcoin Programming Easy(er)
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/miniscript-how-blockstream-engineers-are-making-bitcoin-programming-easyer

Other great reading for SigHash Flags and other Bitcoin scripting details:
Raghov Sood‘s Blog post on signature types
https://raghavsood.com/blog/2018/06/10/bitcoin-signature-types-sighash
Bitcoin.org’s Extensive Guide to Transactions
https://bitcoin.org/en/transactions-guide#introduction

And Lastly don’t forget to check out the cool stuff at the Bitcoin Magazine Store:
https://store.b.tc/

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