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Tippin.me Teases Bitcoin (BTC) Lightning Network Tip Button for Twitter

Tippin, an independent project developing a simple web custodial wallet to receive and manage Bitcoin (BTC) through the Lightning Network, announced this week that it will soon roll-out a Chrome extension for sending and receiving BTC tips directly on Twitter.

🤔 What if you had a Chrome extension that inserts a https://t.co/ZnASkDvUDU button in every Tweet?#LightningNetwork #LightningTorch pic.twitter.com/nU0h1AUm8m

— Tippin⚡️ (@tippin_me) February 6, 2019

The announcement came shortly after Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter,  participated in the ongoing Lightning Network Trust Chain, a community-driven initiative started by hodlonaut to build awareness around the Lightning Network and help expand its capacity.

In fact, once Dorsey began engaging with Crypto Twitter, the idea being developed by Tippin was brought to his attention. Of course, Dorsey loved the idea.

Love the idea https://t.co/kTB3wgKBdH

— jack (@jack) February 6, 2019


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