The Lightning Network is a network of payment channels that already make it possible to send small amounts of Bitcoin to any participant around the globe. It is decentralized, permissionless and free and open source.
The Lightning Network opens up new possibilities for online payments and the way we think of Bitcoin. In many ways it functions differently to how we are used to Bitcoin, and there are plenty of new things to learn.
The Lightning Hackday is a two-day event for technologists, developers and those who want to be at the forefront of this new technology.
Anybody is welcome, and we’ll be offering workshops, demos and talks for all skill sets and levels of expertise.
Lunch and dinner will be provided for those with a ticket.
10:00-10:30 Leo Weese: Introduction to the Lightning Network
10:30-10:50 Guillaume Verbal: Advertising is ruining the internet
10:50-11:30 Daniel Babbev: Building Lightning Dapps with Docker
11:45-12:15 Alex Males: Payment Authorization with Lightning Network
12:15-12:45 Kurimoto Kenichi: Introduction of Nayuta and ptarmigan
14:00-14:30 Takaya Imai: Lightning Community and Development in Japan