How Zap’s Strike Lightning Wallet Works — and Why El Salvador?

We’ve heard a lot recently about Jack Mallers and his Strike Lightning wallet because of the recent announcement of El Salvador officially recognizing bitcoin as legal tender. The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, made the earth shattering announcement and his country officially approved it.

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Brett Colbert is IT CTO & VP of Enterprise Architecture at Salesforce. Previously at NetApp, Cisco, McAfee, Intuit. All articles are solely my opinion. DYOR.

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Brett Colbert is IT CTO & VP of Enterprise Architecture at Salesforce. Previously at NetApp, Cisco, McAfee, Intuit. All articles are solely my opinion. DYOR.

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