RaspiBlitz

Not Your Note,

Not Your Rules

RaspiBlitz Metal Case Edition

What is the RaspiBlitz?

The RaspiBlitz is a do-it-yourself Lightning Node based on LND running together with a Bitcoin-Fullnode on a RaspberryPi 3/4 – with a HDD/SSD and an nice display for easy setup & monitoring.

RaspiBlitz is mainly targeted for learning how to run your own node decentralized from home – because: Not your Node, Not your Rules. Discover & develop the growing ecosystem of the Lightning Network by becoming a full part of it. 

The RaspiBlitz was created by Christian @rootzoll and is powered by FULMO

Features of the RaspiBlitz

Software preinstallation:

  • Bitcoin-Core (Bitcoin Fullnode)
  • LND (Lightning Network Node)
  • RTL (GraphicUserInterface to config your Node)
  • OpenSource Operating System
  • pre-synchronised Bitcoin Blockchain (optional)

Further services installed to switch on:

  • TOR (Run as Hidden Service) details
  • ElectRS (Electrum Server in Rust) details
  • BTCPayServer (Cryptocurrency Payment Processor) details
  • BTC-RPC-Explorer (Bitcoin Blockchain Explorer) details
  • LNbits (Lightning wallet/accounts System) details
  • SpecterDesktop (Multisig Trezor, Ledger, COLDCARDwallet & Specter-DIY) details
  • LNDmanage (Advanced Channel Management CLI) details
  • Loop (Submarine Swaps Service) details
  • JoinMarket (CoinJoin Service) details

You can connect the following Wallet-Apps to your RaspiBlitz:

  • Zap (Android, iOS & Desktop) details
  • Zeus (Android & iOS-TestFlight) details
  • Shango (Android & iOS-TestFlight) details
  • Fully Noded (iOS) details
  • SendMany (Android) details

Requirements:

  • A free Ethernet port on your router/switch
  • A free electrical socket
  • Windows, Linux or Mac OS
  • Access to your local router

Also much more features like Touchscreen, Autopilot, DynDNS, SSH-Tunneling, UPS Support, …

With the new Raspberry Pi 4 you can validate the blockchain within 3-5 days on your own. So it is on you to decide if you want a pre-synched chain on your node.

What is the Lightning Network?