ZmnSCPxj at protonmail.com
Thu Feb 14 04:07:53 UTC 2019
Good morning Joao,
C-lightning already does this.
If it is given an invoice for a payment hash it already knows, it silently succeeds and returns the preimage without sending out any money.
This should extend to any wallets built on top of C-lightning.
I am uncertain what the other implementations do.
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On Wednesday, February 13, 2019 7:53 PM, Joao Joyce <joao.joyce at netcabo.pt> wrote:
> Recently I've asked about the possibility of user identification across multiple payments which now I get that it is a bad idea.
> In that previous exchange ZmnSCPxj suggested that for purposes of proving payments (for instance for a user to redownload an already bought document) the service could just ask for the preimage of an invoice that was already paid.
> I was wondering if there's interest in standardising a way for payment invoices to contain information to signal wallets that they can skip the payment process if they are able to provide the service with a preimage for a previous payment for that particular item.
> Use cases could extend beyond simple download of an item. For instance paying for 30 days of a service and every time you want to access that service you just scan the LN invoice.
> I'm aware that intermediate nodes know about this preimage but I'd rather not focus on that for now.
> Thank you,
> João Joyce
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