Talking with Web3 innovators who are building our future
I talk with those heading major development or strategy work in Web3 projects. Web3 projects are tools, apps, platforms, services, or assets using which the new world infrastructure is being built—One block at a time.
Web3 includes any “decentralized online ecosystem based on blockchain.” These can be cryptocurrencies, DeFi platforms, NFTs, and other decentralized & blockchain-based platforms from metaverse-games to smart contract technologies.
Talking with subgraph developer Data Nexus who does interviews for The Graph’s work, we analyze all of Graph’s capabilities ranging from programming APIs to provide indexing tools to security.
Co-founder and vice president of the DigiByte Alliance Laura Taylor talks about what separates DigiByte from its peers, having been established as one of the older blockchains with superior speed and community innovation.
The talk with Armeanio, Ergo’s bizdev, was thoroughly insightful and stimulating. We discuss DeFi, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, mining, dApps, PoW, and smartcontracts.
Eric Ma talks about Deeper Network, what it stands for, and what to be expected. The tech at play with this family of products working on Proof-of-Space is truly revolutionary and aims to change the world of distributed networks.
Helping users earn cryptocurrency while helping medical scientists by Folding@Home might sound like Banano’s USP, but the ecosystem is so much more than that. I discuss all that Banano stands for with one of Banano’s core developers, Airtune.
I talked with Keiron, a core member from the MurAll project. It’s a blockchain NFT art project that others can paint on. It has an ever-decreasing token.
Ludovic Duvetter talks about Feathercoin, a resilient blockchain up since 2013, and how it gels with BTC & LTC, while being an individually scalable ecosystem that’s one of the “winners” for GPU miners after the Ethereum Merge.
Apart from allowing developers to write dApps that can access liquidity from multiple blockchains, Dojima Network Founder talks about how the platform is working on tools & protocols for a fully interoperable Web3 ecosystem that’s decentralized.
Publish0x‘s COO Igor talks about how the platform works and what lies ahead in the future for the platform. Publish0x allows writers and readers to earn crypto.
More in the pipeline
I’m in talks with dozens of developers and heads of marketing, business development, and operations for all types of different Web3 projects. I have no focus or preference and I approach everyone equally.
Here are the upcoming interviews (alphabetically):
- Avalanche—A powerful ecosystem that has been equipping developers of a variety of projects to create and deploy low-cost and hassle-free dApps and even their own blockchains. Cryptocurrency: AVAX
- Cosmos Network—An ecosystem that aims to build infrastructure that allows blockchains to communicate in a decentralized and efficient way. Cryptocurrency: ATOM
- Cudo Miner—Focused on ease of use, Cudo Miner is a mining platform for all sizes of rigs, mainly known for its auto coin-switching and low minimum requirements. Cryptocurrency: CUDOS
- DeSpace—A multi-chain DeFi and NFT protocol/blockchain. Cryptocurrency: DES
- Drakons—An Ethereum-based crypto-collectibles strategy game involving Dragon-themed NFTs that can be bought, sold, and bred. Cryptocurrency: DRK
- Flux—A blockchain-as-a-service toolkit to build scalable applications using a decentralized cloud infrastructure that specializes in enabling developers to deploy efficiently. Cryptocurrency: FLUX
- Phala Network—Substrate-based cloud computing service with privacy tools that aims to become the world’s largest P2P computing network for decentralized cloud computing. Cryptocurrency: PHA
- Sator—A Web3 content ecosystem that aims to bring games, NFTs, and social together for entertainment and content providers, allowing them to expand their content. Cryptocurrency: SAO
Out of all mediums such as audio (podcasts), video (live or remote), and textual, I’ve chosen text because it’s the easiest method for everyone involved and needs no specialized equipment. Furthermore, textual interviews tend to be more articulate and focused, with fewer digressions into the non-relevant. They allow the interviewees to take their time, review their responses, and fix any mistakes or slip-ups. These interviews are not here to give you insight into anyone’s personal life or body language.
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The aim of collecting these interviews is to document the growth of Web3 and give deeper insight into ecosystems that are the very backbone of our future. Whether a project is valuable or not, that is left up to you to decide. My job is to only get in touch with potential innovators who might be etching their names in the world’s history-blockchain, sometimes without even knowing it.