Hashing It Out #4: William O'Beirne

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Will O'Beirne of MyCrypto talks with us about front end dapp development, conveying trust to your end-user on trustless networks, deployment methodology for decentralized systems, and what it takes to build a product in this early stage of blockchain development. We also go over some of the project libraries and tools used in creating MyCrypto. It's a compelling take on how UX design can inform product growth.

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Episode 79 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #79- Alex Masmejean Rocket NFT/MetaCartel

Alex is part of MetaCartel, a group of developers seeking to make Dapps decentralize as possible, beginning with their developers. Alex is also part of Rocket NFT, a company that aims to create Defi loans using NTFs as collateral.

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Episode 77 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #78- Certora - Mooly Sagiv

Certora provides security analysis tools for Smart Contracts. Certora has unique technology called Certora Prover capable of checking at compile-time that all executions of a Smart Contract fulfill a set of security rules.

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Episode 76 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #77-Tendermint & Cosmos w/ Brent, Chjango , and Sunny

Sunny, Brent, and Chjango of Tendermint breakdown the components of the Cosmos Network from the IBC, Cosmos SDK, and the Cosmos Hub. Sunny covers what the future of Cosmos will be within the coming year. Chjango talks about Cosmos test network named Game of Zones which launches May 1 2020.

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Episode 75 · 6 months ago

Hashing It Out #75-Truman Esmond- VP of AAIS

On today's episode, Corey and Collin talk with Truman Esmond, VP of Solutions and Partnerships at the American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS). Why are we talking to insurance folks, you ask? Because they've partnered with IBM to launch the openIDL platform to help aggregate company data while maintaining privacy and compliance. We ask how it works, why they used Hyperledger, and many more details, enjoy!

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