However even anchor inputs don’t remedy the entire drawback of closing charges. When a Lightning Community’s closing transaction price will get bumped up, there’s a doable safety problem. By the use of a fee-bumping approach generally known as “Little one Pays For Dad or mum” (CPFP), a so-called “baby” transaction pays too little for a price, and so a “guardian” transaction spends the identical cash because the baby it’s referring to, bumping up the price. There’s a doable problem the place, even when customers attempt to bump up the price, nodes may ignore the transaction if the guardian transaction’s price continues to be too small. In that state of affairs, the price will not be efficiently bumped up, which means the transaction doesn’t undergo as quick because the consumer wants it to.