Is transaction malleability the only consensus issue that needs fix to allow lightning network?

Is transaction malleability the only thing needs fix in the bitcoin consensus code to enable lightning network to be implemented?

Of course, lightning network itself would need to be implemented, but I’m wondering if after fixing transaction malleability, any changes to bitcoin itself is required.

In particular, if BIP 62 is implemented, would that be enough?

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Dogecoin Core Wallet 1.10 – Help – Encrypt Wallet Option not available to allow staking

Help,

I am new to staking using crypto currency wallets.

I have download the Dogecoin Core Wallet 1.10 and the Encrypt Wallet Option is greyed out. How can I encrypt this wallet for staking please? I have other wallets for other crypto currencies that are all staking fine.

Thanks in advance.

Declan

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New law in Russia requires “information-distribution organizations” that use “additional coding” to provide the Federal Security Service (FSB) with the information that will allow them to “decode” the information. It will be also prohibiting the use of “uncertified means of coding (encryption)”.

New law in Russia requires “information-distribution organizations” that use “additional coding” to provide the Federal Security Service (FSB) with the information that will allow them to “decode” the information. It will be also prohibiting the use of “uncertified means of coding (encryption)". submitted by /u/bitsteiner
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