Posted on 2 May 2024

Brink engineer Sebastian Falbesoner (theStack) presented his work around BIP324 v2 encrypted transport for light clients using BIP324 proxy.

In his presentation, he discussed:

  • State of BIP324 v2 encrypted transport adoption
  • How BIP324 could be used in light clients
  • BIP324 Proxy, a proof-of-concept implementation
  • Two possibilities for software to integrate BIP324 Proxy
  • Live demonstration
  • Benefits and drawbacks
  • Ideas for next steps

A PDF copy of Sebastian’s slides is available for download and a recording of the presentation provided below.

This discussion was recorded on March 8, 2024.

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