02 November 2023

What Networks Does the NOAH App Support? A Deep Dive into Lightning, Bitcoin, and Ethereum.

Explore the NOAH app's integrations with pivotal cryptocurrency networks - the Lightning Network, on-chain Bitcoin, and Ethereum for USDC operations. This article unfolds their advantages, challenges, and fundamental roles in digital currency transactions, providing a comprehensive guide for navigating the complex realm of fintech and blockchain technology. Your gateway to understanding and leveraging the NOAH app's capabilities in the cryptocurrency world.

What Networks Does the NOAH App Support? A Deep Dive into Lightning, Bitcoin, and Ethereum.


    The Lightning Network
    On-chain Bitcoin Transactions
    Ethereum Network & USDC

In the rapidly advancing domain of financial technology, the NOAH app prominently interfaces with some of the most significant networks in the cryptocurrency arena. Covering the Lightning Network, on-chain Bitcoin transactions, and the Ethereum network for USDC operations, NOAH stands tall in the digital currency ecosystem. This article sheds light on these networks, highlighting their strengths and inherent challenges.

The Lightning Network

What is it? The Lightning Network is a "second layer" payment protocol atop the Bitcoin blockchain, focused on speeding up payments.

Supported Addresses: Lightning Address The Lightning Address is a unique identifier allowing users to receive payments through the Lightning Network. It simplifies the process of routing payments on this second layer without constantly generating new invoice codes.


  • Fast Transactions: Offers real-time operations, distinct from standard Bitcoin transaction times.
  • Low Fees: Enables minimal fees, making micro-transactions tenable.
  • Scalability: Potential to process countless transactions.


  • Lower Volume Transaction Processing: High-value payments via Lightning Network may occasionally encounter routing challenges, causing larger transactions to potentially stall. To mitigate this and enhance transaction fluidity, we’ve instituted a maximum transaction limit of $200.
  • Liquidity Constraints: Channel management may demand funds.
  • Complexity: Might be intricate for newcomers.
  • Network Imbalances: Potential for routing inefficiencies.

On-chain Bitcoin Transactions

What are on-chain bitcoin transactions? Transactions directly written on the Bitcoin blockchain, administered by the network's miners.

Supported Addresses: On-chain Bitcoin Address The On-chain Bitcoin Address, represents a destination for a Bitcoin payment. You can think of it as an account number, allowing users to send or receive funds within the Bitcoin network.


  • Security: Rooted in the Bitcoin blockchain, they promise higher security.
  • Decentralization: Exemplifies Bitcoin's decentralized framework.
  • Irrevocability: Confirmed transactions are irrevocable.


  • Scalability Dilemmas: Popularity surges can lead to delays.
  • Fee Variability: Fees might soar during high activity.
  • Irreversibility: No room for transactional modifications post-confirmation.

Ethereum Network & USDC

Ethereum, renowned for decentralized applications (DApps) and dynamic smart contracts, hosts tokens like USDC.

Supported Addresses: Ethereum Public Address An Ethereum Public Address is a hash of the public key, allowing users to send or receive tokens on the Ethereum network. It serves as a recipient address for all operations, be it ETH or ERC-20 tokens like USDC.

USDC Overview: With USDC each token is pegged to the US dollar at a 1:1 ratio and backed by equivalent reserves.


  • Interoperability: USDC can seamlessly integrate with DApps and other ventures.
  • Accessibility: Enjoy effortless cross-border transactions without the necessity of a USD bank account.
  • Transparency: A decentralized structure ensures all operations are conducted openly, guaranteeing straightforward and clear transactions.
  • Smart Contracts: USDC takes advantage of flexible, automated agreements to ensure secure and efficient transactions.


  • Stablecoin Ambiguity: Stability goals can face external pressures.
  • Institutional Trust: The credibility of backing entities remains crucial.
  • Regulatory Shifts: Can influence stablecoin adoption and value.


With its choice of networks and tokens, the NOAH app encapsulates the evolving ethos of modern fintech. An understanding of the nuances of these technologies, their perks, and associated risks enables us to navigate the digital currency realm with confidence.
Please be aware that: Cryptocurrencies are unregulated in the UK; Cryptocurrencies are not protected under Financial Ombudsman Service or Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS); Profits may be subject to capital gains tax; The value of investments can go down as well as up.

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