The Bleskomat Platform makes it easy to setup and operate your Bleskomat hardware devices.
Automatic Hardware Configuration
The browser-based hardware configuration tool is available from within your Platform account and it will help you to:
- Update the firmware on your device to the latest version
- Customize configuration options
- Prepare the device to work with your Platform account
The hardware configuration process takes less than a minute to complete and doesn’t require any scripting or command-line magic!
A more advanced version of the hardware configuration tool is available which allows you to monitor the serial communication in real-time, view logs, run serial commands, and modify all possible configurations of the device. For most users, we recommend the simpler version of the tool.
The Platform is strictly non-custodial and does not have custody over any user funds. While setting up your account, you will choose from and configure one of several supported Lightning Network (LN) service providers or node software (see below for full list).
The Platform facilitates payments on behalf of your hardware devices by seamlessly handling requests from the mobile wallet app of your customers. Depending upon the device type (ATM or POS), the Platform will: send the customer’s Lightning invoice to your LN service provider or node which will then pay it; or request a new invoice from your LN service provider or node, then send that invoice to be paid by your customer.
Lightning Network Integrations
Connect your Platform account to one of several supported Lightning Network service providers or node software so that the Platform can facilitate Lightning payments on behalf of your hardware devices. The following list includes all supported Lightning Network service providers and node software:
Lightning Network Daemon (lnd) – The most popular Lightning Network node software. Open-source and widely available on various hardware and cloud platforms.
lnbits – Free and open-source Lightning Network wallet/accounts system. Can be self-hosted or it is possible to use a custodial instance run by others.
C-Lightning (via the Sparko plugin) – Lightning Network node implementation which focuses on spec compliance and performance. Open-source and available on some hardware and cloud platforms.
Umbrel – A beautiful personal server OS for self-hosting. Install on a Raspberry Pi 4 or Ubuntu/Debian.
Raspiblitz – Build your own Lightning & Bitcoin Fullnode on a RaspberryPi with a nice Display.
myNode – Aims to be the easiest way to run a dedicated, easy to use, Bitcoin Node and Lightning Wallet
lnpay – Custodial Lightning Network service provider.
lntxbot – Telegram bot which provides a custodial Lightning Network wallet.
TOR Hidden Services
Do you run your Lightning Network node behind a TOR hidden service? Not a problem – the Platform has support for onion addresses!
Trade History and Statistics
From within your Platform account you can view or download the complete trade history for your account, inspect detailed logs of individual trades, manually change trade statuses to help handle customer support issues, and more.
The Platform will send you email alerts regarding funding or other issues related to your hardware devices.