What happens when I buy inbound channel liquidity?
How is the price of inbound channel liquidity determined?
How much will I pay for a purchased channel?
How will I know if my order was fulfilled?
How soon after my order is filled will the seller open a channel to me?
Can I buy a channel for someone else?
How is the channel opened?
How long will the channel stay open?
Does the channel close after the maturity date?
Is there a way to ensure that the channels are of a certain size?
Are there limits on what I can do with the channel?
What happens if the seller force closes a channel before the maturity date?
If off-chain funds have moved over to my side, must I keep them there?
How do I create an account?
What do I do if my account expires?
Can I choose who to buy from?
Can sellers choose their buyers or blacklist certain buyers?
Will I be matched to Tor nodes as a clearnet buyer?
What is my recourse if the peer goes offline or has other issues?
What are the fees for using Pool?
Who pays the on-chain fees?
Who earns the routing fees from the channel that is opened with me?
Can the seller increase their fee rate after opening the channel?
Can I specify the maximum fee rate of a peer I’m buying liquidity from?
How do I see the channel I bought?
Do I need to keep poold running the whole time?
I want to move poold to another machine, what files do I need to move?