Episode 61 · 4 months ago
Hashing It Out #61 – Solana – Anatoly Yakovenko
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In today’s episode, Corey and Collin talk with Anatoly Yakovenko, the Co-Founder and CEO of Solana. Solana is a blockchain platform attempting to scale transactions without the need of sharding and we want to know how they plan to do it. Join us as we dive into their strategy, their current progress, and where they plan to go. We ask the right questions to get you to the right answers on how this technology works, so come listen and enjoy!
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