This appendix contains attribution and license notices for material included by permission granted via open licenses.
Material was sourced from various public and open-licensed sources:
· ION Lightning Network Wiki
· “Lightning 101: What Is a Lightning Invoice?” by Suredbits
· Lightning Network In-Progress Specifications GitHub; Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY 4.0)
· Wikipedia page, “Elliptic-curve Diffie–Hellman”
· Wikipedia page, “Digital signature”
· Wikipedia page, “Cryptographic hash function”
· Wikipedia page, “Onion routing”
· Wikimedia Commons, “Lightning Network Protocol Suite”
· Wikimedia Commons, “Introduction to the Lightning Network Protocol and the Basics of Lightning Technology”
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Lamassu Industries AG
Images of the Gaia Bitcoin ATM seen in Figure 2-3 are used with permission of Lamassu Industries AG. The use of these images is not an endorsement of the product or company, but are provided as a visual example of a Bitcoin ATM.