Bastien Teinturier is the VP of Engineering at ACINQ, the team behind the Eclair Lightning implementation and the Phoenix mobile wallet.
We spoke about collaboration and competition between Lightning implementations, the task of building Eclair and Phoenix, as well as a discussion about Lightning business models and Lightning adoption.
→ ACINQ: https://acinq.co/
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00:00 - Intro
02:28 - Bastien Teinturier Intro
08:47 - Communication Between Bitcoin & Lightning Developers
12:29 - Why Has Lightning Payment Reliability Improved?
16:30 - Communication Between Lightning Implementations
27:48 - Why ACINQ Built Phoenix Wallet
33:38 - Upcoming Phoenix Wallet Features
43:25 - Lightning Features on ACINQ’s Roadmap
51:31 - Why ACINQ Chose VC Funding
1:07:02 - The Lightning Round