Lightning Labs Unveils AI-Integration Tools for Bitcoin & Lightning Network

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Lightning Labs, a company specialized in Lightning Network infrastructure development, has released a suite of developer tools that integrate Bitcoin with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) BERT and OpenAI’s GPT-3 are examples of Large Language Models (LLMs).

The suite of tools includes LangChain, a tool that enables Bitcoin AI agents to interact directly with the Lightning Network layer-2 platform. Aperture, another tool, is capable of transforming any API into a payment gateway by using the Lightning Network. Finally, Lightning Labs has released the L402 BLIP, allowing the community to evaluate the necessary components to build payment solutions.

These tools make it possible to manage AI applications using the L402 Protocol, enabling on-chain payments such as sending and receiving money, as well as sending and receiving funds through the Lightning Network. The L402 Protocol was developed exclusively by the Lightning Labs team and has become a standard for the platform’s interaction with Bitcoin and popular AI solutions.

The Lightning Network is a layer-2 solution on the Bitcoin blockchain that allows for fast, easy, and low-cost payments. Lightning Labs commented in their press release that they are betting on a solution that will make LLM services cheaper. According to the team, the growth of LLMs has created several challenges, including the high cost of GPU training, the reliance on credit cards, and the inaccessibility of billions of people. With the help of the new payment protocol, these problems can be addressed by offering a way to pay for LLM services that is more inclusive and respects privacy.

Moreover, the L402 protocol ensures secure transactions that cannot be shared with third parties. By taking advantage of the L402 Protocol on the Lightning Network, people can now pay LLM services through fiat cards or credit cards. This will make LLM available to more people and drive innovation in AI.

As of July 9, the Bitcoin Lightning Network Capacity was 5,450.24 BTC, 1% more than the previous day. In addition, there are more than 16,300 nodes and over 70,000 payment channels.

Lightning Labs have released a suite of tools that integrate Bitcoin with Artificial Intelligence. The tools, such as LangChain and Aperture, make it possible to manage AI applications using the L402 Protocol. Furthermore, the L402 Protocol provides secure transactions that cannot be shared with third parties and allows people to pay LLM services through fiat cards or credit cards. Taking advantage of the Lightning Network, these tools will make LLM more affordable, inclusive, and privacy-preserving, providing access to millions of people and driving innovation in AI.

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