Bitcoin Optech #224

This week’s newsletter describes continued discussion about optionally allowing nodes to enable full RBF, relays a request for feedback on a design element of the BIP324 version 2 encrypted transport protocol, summarizes a proposal for reliably attributing LN failures and delays to particular nodes, and links to a discussion about an alternative to using anchor outputs for modern LN HTLCs.  Also included are our regular sections with the announcements of new software releases and release candidates—including a security critical update for LND—and descriptions of notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure software.

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