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.
In this episode, we take a detailed look at the much talked about concept of Web 3.0 – what it means, how it is different from the current paradigm of Web 2.0 and how blockchain technology is seen to help achieve its objectives in the coming years.
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/