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Best Web3 podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Web3 podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Zero Knowledge is a podcast which goes deep into the tech that will power the emerging decentralised web and the community building this. The podcast is made for fellow developers and people looking to educate themselves on the inner workings of the space. We are non-speculative and focus on the tech. Zero Knowledge is hosted by Anna Rose and Fredrik Harrysson. Our views do not come from nor represent our companies.Follow us at @fredhrson (https://twitter.com/fredhrson) & @AnnaRRose (https:/ ...
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Relay Chain is a podcast covering blockchain development and building the decentralized web. We focus on the cutting edge of blockchain tech, including Substrate (https://parity.io/substrate) and Polkadot (https://polkadot.network).Brought to you by Parity Technologies (https://parity.io), a core blockchain infrastructure company. Parity is creating an open-source creative commons that will enable people to create better institutions through technology. Follow us at @paritytech (https://twit ...
 
At The Family, we believe that anyone can become a great entrepreneur.Why? Because information is accessible, tools are cheap and capital isn't as necessary as it used to be years before, especially when you start.So, if you want to build your own startup, all you need is... to get your hands dirty and work on your ambition!This Podcast is made exactly for that, to help you learn and take action ;)
 
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3Box is an open-source data storage solution for web3 that allows end-users to manage their public and private information on the decentralized web. 3Box CEO Michael Sena joins me to discuss blockchain identity, decentralized storage, and enabling applications with zero backends. 📧 Read the full story 📖 Sign up for our newsletter 🐣 Follow us on Twi…
 
ABOUT THE EPISODE: Cyril talked about the pros & cons of our current internet stack: How was it built 30 years ago? Why and how it could be radically improved by entering the new phase of WEB3? We dived deep into why Blockchain and CryptoNetwork matter. Knowing how these technologies work is not an easy task, and it’s especially hard to figure out …
 
What are the challenges in integrating off-chain data into blockchain smart contracts with oracle systems, and how might secure, oracle-powered DeFi create meaningful social impact? In this episode, Joe Petrowski (Research Analyst, Parity) talks with Sergey Nazarov from Chainlink, a decentralized oracle system bringing external, real-world data to …
 
SKALE Labs is a blockchain scalability platform that provides high-speed consensus and empowers dApps to run smart contracts. SKALE acts as a middle-ware layer which provides high-speed consensus and empowers dApps to run smart contracts at the rate of millions per second on platforms such as Ethereum, EOS, and other Smart Contract Blockchain platf…
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy sat down to speak on short notice with Eric Feigl-Ding, PhD, an epidemiologist, health economist, and nutrition scientist at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health to discuss the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Eric has been an extremely informative source on the Coronavirus, and we discussed all aspects of the virus from what it is,…
 
In this week's episode, we catch up with our friends Tarun Chitra and James Prestwich at the Stanford Blockchain Conference. We chat about the Flashloan phenomenon & the recent arbitrage 'exploit'. We also catch up about the known challenges facing PoS systems, what EVM support means on other chains & more! Catch our previous episodes with Tarun an…
 
Gabriel Shapiro is an independent attorney who has spent the last two years focusing on the tokens and crypto. He has published several pieces diving deep into US Securities Law, in which he shares his vision and philosophy for how Tokenized Networks should be regulated. In light of the recent “safe harbor” framework proposed by SEC Commissioner He…
 
RADAR is building products for access to financial infrastructure. Its REDSHIFT product bridges payments between the Bitcoin Lightning Network and Ethereum. They've also built ION, which services to educate and onboard users to the Lightning Network. Their latest project, DEPLOY is a node operations platform that helps developers spin up and mainta…
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Brooke Pollack, Founder and Managing Partner of Hutt Capital. They discuss the differences between traditional VC funds and VC within blockchain, how Hutt Capital chooses investments and more. Episode Highlights: After a lot of work with investing and VC, Brooke steered Greenspring Associates into work with crypto and …
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Omer Ozden and Kevin O’Brien, CEO and Managing Director of Rocktree Capital, respectively. They discuss the China blockchain market versus the US, tech innovation, the move to cashless economies, and more. Key Points US tech innovation is stifled by regulatory restrictions as compared to China. It’s of the utmost impor…
 
ABOUT THE EPISODE: Following courses from the best universities & companies in the world online, and even being able to get a degree from them, is now possible - thanks to Coursera. This company is fully dedicated to transforming lives through learning. Having a good learning curve is one of the most important traits for success we see amongst entr…
 
Biconomy is a relayer infrastructure network and transaction platform enabling developers to build applications easily and reduce the friction between your applications built on the blockchain and your end-users. 📧 Read the full story 📖 Sign up for our newsletter 🐣 Follow us on TwitterBy Ahmed Al-Balaghi, Co-Founder at Biconomy
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Alex Mashinsky, CEO of Celsius Network. Alex discusses the impetus for creating MOIP (Money over IP) and Celsius Network, what has prevented blockchain from becoming mainstream thus far, and his predictions for the future of MOIP technology. Key Points: There is a high barrier to entry for new users of crypto and block…
 
In this week’s episode, we take the podcast in a slightly different direction and dive into Isogenies - a topic at the cutting edge of cryptography. We look at how they are related to VDFs and randomness generation. Our guest, Luca de Feo, one of the co-inventor of SIDH, helps us get an understanding for what Isogenies - or morphisms of algebraic g…
 
Decentralized finance (DeFi) is continuing on its remarkable path to the broad adoption of permissionless financial services. While many people celebrated passing $1 billion locked in DeFi products at the start of February 2020, only a week later, an additional $200 million had entered the ecosystem. DeFi products thus far have proven useful to ear…
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Galen Wolfe-Pauly, CEO of Tlon, which is building out Urbit. Galen discusses his vision for Urbit, how developers can work with it, what’s on the horizon for Urbit in the near future, and more. Episode Highlights: Galen learned programming really young and was interested in web and app design. Urbit functions like an o…
 
Kyber Network is an Ethereum-based protocol that allows for the instant exchange and conversion of digital assets and cryptocurrencies with high liquidity. It’s similar to the 0x project but instead performs all its actions on the blockchain. Deniz Omer, Head of Growth at Kyber Network, joins us to discuss decentralized liquidity, challenges of dec…
 
There is only one CEO. And the CEO isn’t necessarily the smartest person in the room 🧠 It’s also not necessarily the person who had the idea: ideas have no value. The CEO is the person who you all agree has the ultimate responsibility, the person who is making the final decision. People like the title of CEO but there are downsides as well: You hav…
 
What is the role of privacy in the modern age, and how do we go about protecting it? How can new technologies help shield us from the rise of surveillance capitalism? In this episode, host Joe Petrowski (Research Analyst, Parity) speaks with Claudia Diaz, Associate Professor and researcher at K.U. Leuven and Chief Scientist at Nym, an open-source, …
 
In this week's episode of the podcast, we catch up with Alex Glukowski of Matter Labs to hear about zkSync, the latest iteration of their zkRollup implementation built to be a scaling and privacy engine for Ethereum. We also touch on the Redshift protocol, a new transparent zkSNARK system that emerged as a result of work on this system. Here are a …
 
While recent blockchain launches seem to leverage various Proof of Stake consensus mechanisms, some believe Satoshi’s consensus mechanism is optimal for distributed protocols. As decentralized ledgers jockey to become the chain of choice for enterprises looking to leverage blockchain technology, projects are looking to offer a solution that maximiz…
 
James Duncan is the co-founder at Abridged, a toolkit for rapid blockchain application development. Previously, James worked at the Ethereum Foundation, managing a multimillion-dollar grant budget that funded projects like Gitcoin, Uniswap, and DappNode. In this week’s episode, we discuss the history of DAOs, DAO structures, and uses for DAOs in a …
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Ria Bhutoria, Director of Research at Fidelity Digital Assets. Ria discusses her recent article about Omnibus model, the importance of proof of solvency, technological developments in crypto and DeFi in financial institutions, and more. Key Points The omnibus account model has been important to large financial institut…
 
In this week’s episode, we catch up with Christopher Goes, IBC Lead at Tendermint. We learn a bit more about the Cosmos Network ecosystem and his work on IBC. We then focus in on how he is thinking about zero knowledge proofs in the context of IBC like-interoperability constructions. We explore some of the ways in which zkps could be incorporated i…
 
Like previous crypto winters, those actually building the ecosystem have been working diligently to create applications with industry-changing potential. The year 2020 may prove to be the year of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), with many exciting projects re-creating financial products common to the world of traditional finance, in the open and permi…
 
On this episode, Host Tom Shaughnessy is joined by Camila Russo, founder of the Ethereum based newsletter The Defiant and author of the coming book on the birth of Ethereum titled, The Infinite Machine: How an Army of Crypto-hackers Is Building the Next Internet with Ethereum. We dive into why Camila decided to research Ethereum's early life, how s…
 
Picture this 👉 earth is on the verge of extinction, in order to survive you travel with the remaining human survivors to an inhabitable planet. 🌍 There you need to build a new community and start a new life. It seems quite probable, no? Don’t worry we are not there … yet. 😉 But for Mundi Vondi, CEO and co-founder of Klang, this scenario is not just…
 
On this exclusive Macro Matters Series, guest Host Kevin Kelly talks to Octavio “Tavi” Costa, Global Macro Analyst at Crescat Capital. Tavi discusses Crescat’s top investment themes, the favorable backdrop for precious metals, how the macro environment could impact Bitcoin, and much more. Key Points Crestcat is focused on China due to statistics pr…
 
How do you design an effective universal basic income scheme on the blockchain? What are trusted execution environments, and how can they be used to enhance privacy? In this episode, host Joe Petrowski (Research Analyst, Parity) speaks with Alain Brenzikofer of encointer, a blockchain-based universal basic income (UBI) system, and Supercomputing Sy…
 
This week, we explore the Fractal transparent SNARK construction with its authors Dev Ojha and Nick Spooner - both students of Alessandro Chiesa at UC Berkeley. We explore how Fractal works, how it improves on some of the earlier work on Sonic and Marlin, how it borrows from but differentiates itself from STARKs, as well as what they discovered whi…
 
Many within the cryptofinance industry have been patiently waiting for regulatory oversight to deliver the clarity required for institutional adoption. Recent updates by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which issues guidelines for 200 countries and territories, attempts to apply the same rules and regulations required of traditional finance …
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Aleks Larsen, part of the Investment team at Blockchain Capital. Aleks discusses issues with decentralization, DeFi growth and opportunities, what place security tokens hold in the DeFi space, and more. This episode builds on a recent episode we hosted with Blockchain Capital's Spencer Bogart. Key Points Nothing is ent…
 
Quick Take Amun launched “21Shares Short Bitcoin ETP (SBTC),” enabling traders to short bitcoin. BitMEX announced the launch of an XRP-USD quanto swap. Gemini passed the SOC type 2 security compliance examination conducted by Deloitte. Pornhub adds support for Tether (USDT) via the TRONlink wallet. The World Economic Forum developed a framework for…
 
ABOUT THE EPISODE: Mathieu, co-founder & CPO at Openclassrooms, is interviewed by Emilie Maret, ex-Fellowship at The Family. This time, the conversation wasn't really about one specific topic. They talked about his company's story, culture, the way he sees education, their business model and how he, personally, keeps continuously learning. Sparkles…
 
Quick Take Bakkt plans to launch a consumer app later this year. Bitcoin cash miners plan to execute a soft fork that would cut block rewards by 12.5 percent. Grayscale has extended financial support for the Ethereum Classic Cooperative. Binance has invested in open-data framework provider Numbers. Square received a U.S. patent for a new network wi…
 
In this week’s episode, we catch up with Izaak Meckler from 0(1) Labs to talk about launching a recursive snark based incentivised test net, a recap of recursive SNARKs, updates on the working SNARKitecture, and a look at what's next for the project. We also touch on some new use-cases and ideas for how zkps may be a component in making computer pr…
 
Quick Take Square Crypto launched a Lightning Development Kit (LDK) for integrating Lighting on bitcoin wallets. BTCPay Server released “BTCPay Vault,” a desktop application for integrating hardware wallets. British telecom company Vodafone left the Libra Association to focus on expanding M-Pesa. Silvergate Bank recruits Blockstream executive Benja…
 
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Kyle Samani, Founder and Managing Partner of Multicoin Capital. Kyle discusses his predictions for the middle layer and full-stack development, attracting developers to the crypto space, how competition in the industry will develop, and a complete discussion on the Web3 Stack. Key Points While there are a lot of opport…
 
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