Connect to your node over VPN or Tor, make payments with lightning or on-chain, manage your channels, and more.
Send traditional Bitcoin payments on-chain or take advantage of Lightning and experience near-instant settlement
Zeus connects to your node remotely over a VPN connection or Tor so you can buy that beer even when you're on the other side of the globe
No need to wait till you get home to connect to a storefront or newly made acquaintance
Zeus' source code is open for anyone to view. Code contributions, suggestions, and bug reports are all appreciated
Get a breakdown of each of your connected channels and see how each one is balanced
Get reports of how much you made in routing fees in the past day, week, or month
Adjust your routing fee rates on the fly
Generate connection QR codes so others can connect to you
Set fees appropriately with just the press of a button with a fee table powered by WhatTheFee.io
Between support for lnurl and our intelligent QR scanner, Zeus simplifies your workflow so you can get what you want done with less clicks.
Zeus runs on both iOS and Android.
Zeus has an optional passcode and a demo mode so you can show off to your friends without revealing your connections or balances.
Switch between bitcoin and satoshi units just by pressing any amount you see in the app. Into fiat? Zeus can be set to display funds into your local currency.
Zeus doesn't collect any data other than data from crash reports provided by the app stores we're listed on. Furthermore our builds have no proprietary dependencies, and are distributed on F-Droid. Don't trust them, either? You can inspect the source code and build Zeus yourself.
Zeus has support for multiple lightning implementations
Nothing. Zeus is 100% open source and free.
We do not collect any usage or analytics information when you view this website or when you use Zeus on your phone, with the exception of the crash reports that the app stores provide. Your privacy is incredibly important to us.
Make sure you connect Zeus to your node's REST service. Other lightning wallets are known to use GRPC instead.
Yep, you use Zeus on mainnet, testnet, or regtest.
Please head on over to the project's GitHub repo to let us know what's on your mind.