Interview: Bullish On Lightning Network With Thomas Jestopher

Interview: Bullish On Lightning Network With Thomas Jestopher

Jestopher joined "Meet The Taco Plebs" to talk about his Bitcoin journey, price predictions and the Lightning Network.Watch This Episode On YouTubeListen To This Episode:AppleSpotifyLibsynFor this episode of Bitcoin Magazine’s “Meet The Taco Plebs,” I was joined by Thomas Jestopher (@Jestopher_BTC), a Lightning Network enthusiast and co-host of “Bitcoin Kindergarten.”We kicked off this interview with Jestopher sharing his rabbit hole story, discussing his first attempt to buy bitcoin from Mt. Gox in 2015. In order to buy bitcoin from there, you had to wire money to the exchange in Japan,....


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