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.
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.
In this episode, we interview Adrian Krion – CEO & Founder, Spielworks, to revisit the applications of blockchain technology in the gaming industry. Spielworks is behind the Wombat wallet which supports EOS and Telos blockchains. Also, the company has a gaming rewards platform called Womplay, that uses EOS tokens to reward its users.
In this episode, we interview Rafael Cosman – CEO & Co-founder, TrustToken. TrustToken recently launched the TrueFi protocol (TRU), which is an uncollateralized lending platform that allows vetted borrowers to request loans from lenders. We take a deep dive into how TrueFi works, and discuss the innovation that it brings with uncollateralized lending in the Defi space.
In this episode, we look back at our 2 Year journey of podcasting that began in Jan 2019.
During this time, we analyzed various innovative and promising blockchain protocols that looked to solve problems with existing protocols; we discussed various business use cases in industries such as Gaming, Logistics & Supply Chain, Healthcare, Media and Advertising, Art, etc. Also, we had the privilege to interview great guests from different backgrounds in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. Listen in for a recap of all that happened at Blockchain Dialogues in the past 2 yrs.
In this Part 3 of our 3-part series on Defi Primer, we discuss some of the most important concepts in Defi such as Automated Market Makers (AMMs), Yield Farming, Vampire Attacks, DAOs, parameters of success in Defi, etc.
In this Part 2 of our 3-part series on Defi Primer, we discuss some of the most important concepts in Defi such as atomic swaps, Defi lending, flash loans, price oracles, prediction markets, synthetic assets and liquidity pools.
For more advanced concepts, stay tuned for Part 3!
Decentralized Finance (Defi) has been the most popular use case in the cryptocurrency space that has taken the industry by storm recently. Being the single biggest driver of growth in the crypto market this year, Defi shows great promise to move cryptocurrencies closer to mass adoption. In this Part 1 of our 3-part series on Defi Primer, we start off covering the most basic concepts of conventional finance, in comparison with decentralized finance and introduce some of the most fundamental concepts and terminologies used in the Cryptocurrency and Defi industry.
To take a deep dive into detailed concepts such as flash loans, liquidity pools, Automated Market Makers(AMMs), atomic swaps, yield farming, etc., stay tuned for Part 2 and Part 3!
Blockchain technology for long has been seen as a game changer for the application of electoral voting. In this episode, we look at how voting has evolved over the past 200 yrs, how blockchain technology can be used to make the current voting mechanisms better and some of the main shortcomings that continue to exist. We look at some of the popular blockchain solutions proposed for voting. Also, we discuss some of the pilot projects around the world that have experimented with blockchain voting in recent years.