Albert Buu is the founder of NeutronPay, a company building a Lightning-powered API and mobile app for moving money around the world.
In our conversation, we discussed NeutronPay’s product and vision for their API, why they’ve decided to initially focus on the Vietnam market, and the adoption and addressable opportunity for Lightning remittances.
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00:00 - Intro
02:00 - Albert Buu Intro
08:53 - Albert’s Views on Payment Middlemen
14:38 - Custodial Lightning Products and Banks
23:12 - How NeutronPay Works
29:42 - Why NeutronPay Is Focused on Vietnam
36:57 - Payment Use Cases in Vietnam
41:49 - NeutronPay and Lightning Competitors
49:00 - El Salvador Remittance Adoption
59:30 - Constraints to Lightning Adoption in Southeast Asia
1:08:15 - The Lightning Round