In this episode, we take a look back at 2021 to discuss all that happened in the blockchain and crypto space over the year. We discuss the adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender by El Salvador, the growth of Ethereum, the rise of NFTs and several other developments, also discussing the outlook for 2022.
In this episode, we discuss the rise of Metaverses and the promise that blockchain based metaverses hold for the future of humanity. We discuss how they are set to impact various industries and change the way businesses operate. We also take a look some of the leading blockchain based metaverse platforms such as Decentraland, Sandbox and others.
In this episode, we discuss the workings of Automated Market Makers (AMMs), which are the key technology behind the functioning of Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) today such as Uniswap, Sushiswap, Curve, etc. We look at what Automated Market Marking is, how it differs from the conventional mechanism of using Order Books. Also, we discuss the basics of liquidity pools, yields, etc. and the various pricing algorithms used by AMMs.
In this episode, we interview Liam Bussell, Head of Corporate Communications, Banxa. Banxa is an industry leading Payment Service Provider (PSP) providing fiat to crypto on and off ramp solutions to some of the biggest crypto exchanges such as Binance, Shapeshift, OKEx and several others. We discuss with Liam some of the key aspects of crypto regulations and various possibilities for the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry going forward.
Guest – Liam Bussell, Head of Corporate Communications, Banxa
Website – https://banxa.com/
In this episode, we revisit the topic of Oracles to understand their growing significance and role in blockchain systems today and how they enable various use cases by bridging real world data with blockchains. Also, we discuss some of the popular oracle based projects such as Chainlink, BAND and Tellor to understand how they operate and how they differ from each other.
Horizen (formerly known as Zencash) is a security and privacy focused blockchain platform that utilizes interoperable sidechains. Horizen’s recently launched sidechain solution Zendoo, uses Zero Knowledge proofs to provide a fully decentralized and customizable solution for businesses and developers, to create blockchain applications. In this episode, we interview Rob Viglione, CEO Horizen Labs, to take a closer look at workings of the platform and how it uses ZK-SNARKS to achieve security and privacy.
Guest – Rob Viglione – CEO & Co-founder, Horizen Labs
Website – https://www.horizen.io/
Also, please check out this interview of Horizen Labs’ CTO – Alberto Garoffolo at the Zero Knowledge podcast – https://www.zeroknowledge.fm/178
In this episode, we interview David Lucatch – CEO & President, Liquid Avatar Technologies and take a deep dive into NFTs, to discuss what they are and how they can revolutionize the ownership of digital collectibles. David is a serial entrepreneur in the international marketing arena and has over 25 yrs of experience developing new technologies and taking them to market.
Guest – David Lucatch – CEO & President, Liquid Avatar Technologies
Website – https://liquidavatartechnologies.com/
In this episode, we interview Dan Edlebeck – CEO & Co-founder, Exidio Corp., to explore how Decentralized VPNs can provide an alternative to currently existing Centralized VPNs in terms of better security and privacy for users. Exidio is the development arm of the Sentinel Network that has built a fully peer to peer Decentralized VPN on the Cosmos blockchain.
Guest – Dan Edlebeck – CEO, Exidio Corp.
Website – https://exidio.co/
In this episode, we discuss the importance of Blockchain Interoperability and why it is becoming increasingly important as blockchains move closer to mass adoption. Also, we take a detailed look at one of the most popular projects in the space – Polkadot. Listen in as we explore the various parts of the Polkadot ecosystem and how it looks to achieve interoperability.
In this episode, we take a deep dive into Ethereum’s Improvement Proposal EIP 1559 , that seeks to change the model on which transaction fees are charged on the Ethereum network. EIP 1559 proposes to change the current auction based model of transaction fees to one where the fees will become more predictable, thereby improving the user experience. The change has big implications for the Ethereum network as it burns a major portion of the gas fees instead of passing onto the miners, thereby bringing a deflationary component to the network’s economics as well. Listen in as we explore how EIP 1559 will change Ethereum.