In this episode, we interview Boris Mann, Co-founder and CEO of Fission. Fission is a company that is looking to provide developers with a decentralized backend-as-a-service platform to build and deploy distributed apps with end to end encryption and user controlled data.
In this episode, we interview Felix Mago, Co-founder and Chief of Crypto at SPACE. SPACE aims to be a metaverse with a special focus on social commerce. Prior to working at SPACE, Felix also co-founded DASH Next, the Asian arm of DASH. We discuss with Felix some of the challenges that lie ahead for the mass adoption of crypto and get his perspectives on how metaverses can fit into the picture.
In this episode, we interview Jonathan Victor, who is the Head of NFTs at Filecoin. We discuss Web 3.0, how decentralized storage works and how it can solve a problem for NFTs. Also, we take a closer look at the functioning of decentralized storage using IPFS and Filecoin.
In this episode, we discuss the much awaited migration of Ethereum from a PoW based consensus mechanism to PoS, also termed as the “Merge”. We take a closer look at why the merge is important, how it will happen and what it means for the different stakeholders in the Ethereum community.
In this episode, we interview Neeraj Kashyap, CEO and Founder of Moonstream, to take a closer look at the state of the blockchain gaming industry and discuss the current trends. Moonstream is a platform that allows game developers to add and manage on-chain game mechanics within their games.
In this episode, we interview Dennison Bertram, CEO and Co-founder at Tally, to take a closer look at Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) and the use cases where they are being utilized. Tally is a platform that builds governance infrastructure for DAOs and has helped the oldest and largest DAOs (Uniswap, Compound, Gitcoin, FEI, etc.) solve critical governance and operational problems.
In this episode, we discuss the various security aspects of blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystems – from network security to smart contracts that run on the networks to security of various types of wallets. We also take a closer look at security audits and penetration testing processes that are involved in discovering bugs and other vulnerabilities in the system.
Fringe Finance is a DeFi lending protocol that is aiming to engage all crypto assets including altcoins with smaller market caps, into the DeFi economy. It looks to enable crypto projects and institutional investors to earn interest on deposits while allowing holders of smaller market cap altcoins to use them as collateral. In this episode, we interview Brian Pasfield, CTO Fringe Finance, to take a closer look at how the protocol works.
Swarm is a decentralized solution for data storage and communication. With a peer-to-peer system of networked nodes, Swarm aims to create an infrastructure that is scalable and self-sustaining, in order to enable a sovereign digital society. In this episode, we interview Daniel A. Nagy, Co-founder of Swarm, to discuss the importance of decentralized storage for the Web 3.0 paradigm and take a closer look at the workings of the Swarm ecosystem.
Lightning Network is a Layer 2 off-chain scaling solution that improves the transaction speeds and reduces the transaction fees so as to enable Bitcoin as a convenient and affordable means of payment for day to day transactions. In this episode, we take a detailed look at – how the Lightning Networks works, what are some of its advantages and drawbacks and what it means for the adoption of Bitcoin as a means of payment.