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October 08, 2018, 02:16:50 AM
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I'm just curious. Can a miner/pool operator open up lightning network channels and then proceed to close channels with older states favorable to them in a block, at a later time? This would be manually included rather than broadcast through the mempool. Or does the breach remedy sufficiently address this situation?

Edit: After doing more research, I think the breach remedy is sufficient because the victims would have the private keys of the old states, and could spend the attackers UTXO, am I correct? It's a bit confusing to me still. Huh
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The breach remedy is sufficient because it does not rely on unconfirmed transactions. It uses a relative locktime which actually requires inclusion in a block to work.

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