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Elizabeth Stark is co-founder and CEO of Lightning Labs, where she is building a programmable financial layer for the internet through fast, scalable blockchain transactions. Further, she is a fellow at Coin Center, the leading digital currency policy organization, and an advisor at Chia, a company building a new blockchain protocol based on proof of space and time.
Stark previously taught at Stanford and Yale University about the future of the internet and was a visiting fellow at Yale’s Information Society Project. Elizabeth played an instrumental role in the Internet freedom effort that defeated SOPA/PIPA, engaging 18 million people worldwide. She has advised startups ranging from decentralized technology to AI and was an entrepreneur-in-residence at Stanford StartX. Stark holds a J.D. from Harvard.
Lightning Labs has announced they have raised a $10M Series A, saying that the funds will be used to further develop Lightning and scale the developer system.Priyeshu Garg · 9 months ago · 2 min read
If you’ve been on Crypto Twitter at all over the past 48 hours, you’ve likely realized that “Nakamoto,” the surname of pseudonymous Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto, is trending in our quirky corner of the Internet.Nick Chong · 10 months ago · 3 min read
Craig Wright, who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, had his attorneys serve legal papers to an anonymous Twitter user who publicly denied he created Bitcoin.Mitchell Moos · 2 years ago · 4 min read