Hashing It Out #2: Orie Steele

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Orie Steele, CTO of Transmute Industries. Orie is the creator of the Transmute Platform, a rapid application development framework for centralized, decentralized, and hybrid Ethereum applications and services. We discuss language features of Solidity, scalability paradigms such as Truebit, building blockchain architectures, and off-chain scalability. We pull from his cyber security training to talk about security and best practices in smart contract development.

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Episode 73 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #74 - SKALE Labs- Stan Kladko

SKALE Labs is seeking to change the world through decentralized cloud solutions. Using EVM-powered blockchains as their primary compute and storage mechanism, they seek to capture the market long-dominated by AWS, Azure, and other centralized solutions. We have Stan Kladko, CTO of SKALE on to discuss how this is supposed to work and explain their vision of a blockchain-driven future.

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Episode 72 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #72-Althea-Jehan Tremback

Althea is a system that lets routers pay each other for bandwidth. This allows people to set up decentralized ISPs in their communities. In an Althea network, instead of one ISP at the top collecting monthly payments, many different people can earn money by expanding and strengthening the network.

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Episode 71 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #EP 71-Grin-Michael Cordner and David Burkett

Michael Cordner / Yeastplume, long time Grin contributor and part of the core team, and David Burkett, long time member of the Grin community, creator of the C++ standalone implementation of Grin, proposer of the soon to be released TOR transaction building method, and lead on Litecoin's Mimblewimble Extension block project. They've both agreed to come on the show.

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Episode 70 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #70-Akash Network-Greg Osuri

Akash is a cloud for serverless computing. Using the incentivization schemes enabled by the Cosmos Network, Akash empowers architects and builders of the internet with the ability to utilize un-utilized computing resources. Conversely, those with excess computing power can open their systems for auction, enabling them to recuperate value from those resources. Corey and I have the pleasure of speaking with CEO Greg Osuri about their engineering effort and how they built this service.

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