Which Lightning Wallet Does PulseLN Recommend?

Recommended Lightning Wallets

Note: These Lightning Network wallets are constantly being updated and improved. Some of this information may be outdated and need to be updated from time-to-time. If you find any erroneous information please don't hesitate to notify PulseLN's support staff.

We have compiled a list of great wallets that PulseLN recommends for use with the service. It is a good idea to test them all and see which fit your need the best, also share your feedback with the team developing them so they can be further improved.

We will use certain terms to describe features of these wallets, here are some to remember when reading this document:

  • L1 or L1 BTC: Layer 1 Bitcoin or regular Bitcoin. Has 10 minute block confirmations.
  • L2 or L2 BTC: Layer 2 Bitcoin, Lightning Network Bitcoin, or LN BTC. Capable of instant transactions that settle within seconds.
  • Non-Custodial: No 3rd party has any control over your wallet or funds.
  • Custodial: A 3rd party may have some or full control over your wallet or funds.

Custodial Bitcoin Wallets with L1 & L2 Support

These are some of the best custodial lightning enabled wallets available.


Wallet of Satoshi

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  • Wallet of Satoshi (walletofsatoshi.com):
    1. Great starter lightning wallet.
    2. Low fee L2 BTC transactions.
    3. Deposited L1 BTC gets automatically moved to the Lightning Network (L2).
    4. One L1 confirmation and a small fee is required for #3 to complete successfully.
    5. Capable of sending L2 BTC to any L1 or L2 BTC address.
    6. Good option for Coinbase users.
    7. In-App Bitcoin purchase (fees may be high).

Non-Custodial Bitcoin Wallets With L1 and L2 Support

These are some of the best non-custodial lightning enabled wallets available.


Phoenix Wallet

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  • Phoenix Wallet (phoenix.acinq.co):
    1. Low fee L2 BTC transactions.
    2. Deposited L1 BTC gets automatically moved to the Lightning Network (L2).
    3. Good option for Coinbase users.
    4. Tor option for added privacy.
    5. Personal Electrum server connection option.
    6. Small one-time setup fee for initial channel creation.

Breez Wallet

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  • Breez Wallet (breez.technology):
    1. Capable of L1 & L2 sending.
    2. Capable of L1 & L2 BTC receiving.
    3. Point of Sale feature for easy business transactions.
    4. Small one-time setup fee for initial channel creation.

Blixt Wallet

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  • Blixt Wallet (blixtwallet.github.io):
    1. Capable of L1 & L2 sending.
    2. Capable of L1 & L2 BTC receiving..
    3. Small one-time setup fee for initial channel creation.

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