Saylor: MicroStrategy Launches Bitcoin Lightning Solutions in 2023

Bitcoin Lightning applications that MicroStrategy plans to release include enterprise infrastructure services and content monetization solutions, Saylor said.Author:NamciosPublish date:Dec 28, 2022Bitcoin Lightning applications that MicroStrategy plans to release include enterprise infrastructure services and content monetization solutions, Saylor said.MicroStrategy will release software applications and solutions powered by the Bitcoin Lightning Network in 2023.MicroStrategy executive chairman Michael Saylor spoke about his company’s plans in a Twitter Spaces room on Wednesday, shedding light on some of the offerings currently in the works at the software firm.Saylor mentioned that as part of his transition from CEO to executive chairman, the company’s Bitcoin arm has been able to have a deeper focus on ways it can not only buy and hold BTC but also contribute to the ecosystem. MicroStrategy has the ability to leverage its existing knowledge to offer enterprises tooling for the Lightning and Bitcoin ecosystems as it expands beyond regular software applications. Saylor stated that it wants to make it possible for any company to set up Lighting infrastructure in a matter of hours and to onboard thousands of employees. “We want it to be integrated into enterprise technology and made a marketing strategy for any forward-thinking CMO. MicroStrategy is looking into Lightning services in the following areas: online content monetization; enterprise marketing; web paywalls; and internal corporate controls. Saylor stated that every chief marketing officer should be able to give away satoshis, the smaller Bitcoin denomination unit, as an incentive for customers who leave reviews or give feedback. “We have teams working on this and hope to have something out by next-year. We expect to present something in the first quarter. “Saylor also said in the Twitter Spaces conversation that MicroStrategy’s upcoming Bitcoin event will feature a “Lightning for corporations” agenda, which should dive deeper into the company’s plans for how it wants to explore and contribute to the ecosystem and drive greater adoption.Tagsterms:Lightning networkmicrostrategymichael saylorLightningBitcoin Adoption

 

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