Phoenix Wallet v2.0 Upgrade Now Being Deployed to iOS Users, Android v2.0.9 Released

Phoenix is a self-custodial Bitcoin wallet using Lightning to send/receive payments.

Phoenix Wallet v2.0 Upgrade Now Being Deployed to iOS Users, Android v2.0.9 Released
  • "The splice upgrade is now being deployed to all users, on Android and iOS."
  • "Thank you to everyone who took part in the beta!"
  • "Your channels will be migrated, just follow the instructions in-app."


  • "Channels under 546 satoshi cannot be migrated. They will instead be closed, and their balance will go to the Bitcoin miners."
  • "Your on-chain swap address has changed. Do not reuse your old swap addresses! Contact support if these addresses have been used after migration."

Phoenix Android changes since v2.0.6

  • Added notice in home screen when incoming Lightning payments are rejected, to make them more visible.
  • Added the last swap-in failed attempt in the swap-in screen.
  • Several bug fixes in lightning-kmp.
  • Fixed an issue where payment would be prevented when channels were in closing
  • Fixed an issue where swaps would not be attempted due to a race condition between the swap-in wallet and the peer connection.
  • Electrum Client rework. "The Electrum connection logic has been improved. There should be less issues with Electrum connection, especially when connection fails and needs to be reestablished. See ACINQ/lightning-kmp#512 for details."
  • Increased size of logs export. "The log file could be sometimes truncated by the SL4J rolling system which could result in less logs than available."
  • Added support for per-app localisation. "Phoenix can now use a different language than the rest of the device. This feature is only available on Android 13+."
  • Improved Czech and French translation. "Thanks @MasterixCZ for working on this."

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