Episodes

In addition to the introduction video, there are now nine episodes with tutorials and other explanations. We will be bringing them to your attention on a regular basis from now on. Below is an overview of the episodes so far:

Episode 2: Making a Bitcoin Lightning Node with a Raspberry Pi and Umbrel

Description: “Are you thinking about making a Bitcoin and Lightning node? Then you’re in the right place! This week we’re making a Bitcoin Full node with a Raspberry Pi and Umbrel. And that’s not the only thing: we’re also making a Lightning Node. At least, that’s what Umbrel does. Because I can tell you: I’m in love. Umbrel works so terribly well and for a change it doesn’t look like it’s from 1984. After watching this video, you also have a Node to roar. Join the club!”

Episode 3: Why You Should Have a Full Bitcoin Node

Description: “A Bitcoin Full Node. Do you really need that? We think so! In this video Bart first explains in an objective and rational way why it is important to have your own Full Node. As if that wasn’t enough he then starts an emotional rant that is unparalleled Running a Full Node makes you part of Bitcoin, what more could you want?

Episode 4: What is the Lightning Network?

Description: “That Lightning Network, what is it actually? Bart thinks it’s wonderful. In this video he explains how the Lightning Network works, what a Lightning Node is and why you should open Payment channels. After you watch this video After watching, you’re all set to start making the Lightning Network unsafe.”

Episode 5: Opening your own Payment Channel with Umbrel

Description: “Today is the day: we are going to open a Lightning Payment Channel with Umbrel! It took a while, but it will happen! Today Bart explains to you how to open a payment channel with your Umbrel node, so that you can make payments on the Lightning Network can start doing. He does this by sharing his screen himself, so that you can watch every step of the way. Good luck!”

Episode 6: Tips & tricks for your Umbrel Node

Description: “Today I will give you 6 useful tips for your new Umbrel node. In the previous videos we have set up a Bitcoin node and Lightning node with Umbrel. We have also already opened a payment channel. In this video I will give you some useful tips for your new node, such as:

  • The difference between your node and a hardware wallet
  • Log in via SSH
  • Change the default SSH password
  • Restart the node via SSH
  • Give the node a factory reset via SSH
  • Measure the temperature of the Node via SSH”

Episode 7: What is a Bitcoin Wallet?

Description: “A Bitcoin Wallet, you’ve probably heard of it. But what exactly is that, such a wallet? The answer to that question is not as easy as you might think. Bitcoin works completely differently from the money systems that we know and what we are used to.In this episode, Bart explains what the functions of a Bitcoin Wallet are, for which of these functions you can use a hardware wallet and what you should pay attention to when using a wallet. “

Episode 8: The Ledger hardware wallet setup

Description: “You just got a new Ledger hardware wallet, but you don’t know exactly how to install it. Don’t worry, because Bart will help you through this process in today’s episode. The Ledger hardware wallets are perhaps the most sold wallets on the market. That’s because they are easy to use and not too expensive. In today’s video, Bart explains how to use a Ledger Nano S.”

Episode 9: The Trezor hardware wallet setup

Description: “You have a brand new Trezor hardware wallet, but you have no idea how to install that thing. Bart to the rescue. In today’s video we walk you through the entire installation process together. We cover what you should pay attention to when installing how to unpack your wallet, how to update the firmware, how to save your seed and how the software works.”

Episode 10: The Coldcard hardware wallet setup

Description: “A Trezor or Ledger is not enough. As a true bitcoiner, you want the hardware wallet with the most functionality: the Coldcard. That is why Bart bought one, which he will set up today for the first time. Because the Coldcard has so many different functions, we stick to the basics today: checking packaging, seed backup, making wallet file and importing into Specter wallet.”

Sponsored by Bitonic

The Nodezaak is sponsored by Bitonic, because we think it’s a good initiative that can help make Bitcoin a bit more accessible. We are therefore happy to support it.

You can find all episodes of the Nodezaak on the Youtube channel of Satoshi Radio.

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