Bitcoin Wallet Supporting the Lightning Network Removed from Google Play

Well, that was fast. ‘Eclair’ – the first Bitcoin Wallet supporting the Lightning Network, has been removed from the Google Play store, mere days after being added.

Not long ago, on April 4th, a French tech company called ACINQ added the first mobile wallet that allowed for Bitcoin transactions via the Lightning Network. The app was available through the Google Play store for Android devices fitted with the operating system version 5.0 and higher.

Several days later, on April 7th, the company tweeted they had lost the signing key for the wallet. This essentially …

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