Tag: elizabeth stark

Apr 14 2022

Bitcoin 2022 Recap, GA Day 2. Afternoon: Peterson, Alden, Weinstein, Stark & More

And here it is, the bitter end of the Bitcoin 2022 coverage. As we said in the previous post, the afternoon was disappointing, to say the least. The conference’s organizers took their shot with big-name guests from the so- called “Intellectual Dark Web” and they missed. Both...

Apr 06 2022

Taro, Issue & Send Any Asset Through Bitcoin’s Lightning Network. Do We Need It?

The Taro protocol is the first big announcement to come out of the Bitcoin 2022 conference. With “bitcoinizing the dollar” as its target and Lightning Labs behind it, the news blew up in Bitcoin-Twitter after being strategically released the night before the event of the year kicks off. Nevertheless, notice that Taro is just a proposal so far. It has a long way...

Jun 06 2021

Day TWO: Key Quotes And Ideas From Of The Bitcoin 2021 Conference In Miami

The Bitcoin 2021 conference is over. The lessons remain. This time, they turned off the livestream’s chat. An elegant solution. A wasted opportunity, the virtual community couldn’t gather around the fire. But hey… much better than watching robots pushing low-quality projects non-stop. And it was easier to focus on the presenter’s words. Still, it felt like something was amiss....

Jun 05 2021

Lightning Labs’ Elizabeth Stark And Researcher Lyn Alden Say Bitcoin Can Help Billions Of People

Elizabeth Stark and Lyn Alden spoke about bringing Bitcoin worldwide at the Bitcoin 2021 event.Lightning Labs CEO Elizabeth Stark and macro economics researcher Lyn Alden, founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy, took the stage at Bitcoin 2021 in Miami on Saturday to talk about how Bitcoin is useful for billions of people, not just billionaires. “People are able to...

Nov 02 2020

Lightning Labs Releases Channel Liquidity Marketplace

Today, Lightning Network development firm Lightning Labs has released a peer- to-peer, non-custodial marketplace called Lightning Pool, where Lightning node operators can buy and sell access to channel liquidity. The marketplace is a way for node operators in need of inbound liquidity to pay node operators with that liquidity to open channels in their direction. “Users can buy or sell Lightning channels, the equivalent...

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