It’s a cold, damp, and windy day in mid-January. You hear the knocking of the shutters versus the window pane as you roll over in bed looking for some heat. Taking a look at the clock that’s been bied far 4 generations in your household you see it’s still not even 4 in the early morning. You understand it’s time to feed the chickens.

As you increase from your stupor you believe to yourself, “this would be a lot simpler if I might do this with the blockchain.” Well my buddy, now you can! With

No more do you need to brave the cold in winter season. All you need to do is fire up your Lightning Wallet and send out the paltry amount of 1,000 Satoshis to Pollofeed through the Lightning Network and it will feed the chickens for you.

It’s lastly beginning to seem like Bitcoin is getting helpful, real-world usage cases.

However it’s not simply chickens that are getting their claws on Bitcoin.

Satoshi’s world just recently introduced an enhanced truth type video game which let individuals graffitti over a Google Maps feed all in exchange for some Satoshis. Somebody even seized the day to compose “Bitcoin” on the White Home.

Dutch hacker Roeland P Lanparty just recently put a kid’s Lego train on the STEEM blockchain and it would make a “choo-choo” sound everytime a block is signed.

The Lightning Network, created for high-speed low-value payments, has actually ended up being rather the focus for blockchain designers. Devs are putting whatever from sweet makers, Coca-Cola, live roulette, and even Pokémon on the blockchain thanks to the Lightning Network.

H/T— Alistair Milne

Released February 22, 2019– 13: 25 UTC.