Podcasting on Web3, the blockchain, crypto, anonymity & more

JANUARY 22, 2022

I recorded a conversation with an anonymous guest—let's call him M—for the podcast yesterday on the blockchain, smart contracts, NFTs, anonymity, Web3, and lots more.

(As an aside, I have to say I'm surprised with Descript's Sound Studio feature, it enhances the quality of online recordings with a click. I'm even thinking of remastering old contents of the podcast.)

There are a few things from yesterday's conversation I hadn't heard of before, or that I didn't know much about, including Genesis Go, that you can write Solana programs in Rust or C++ and Ethereum smart contracts in Solidity. I'm aiming to do a pair programming session with M to create a Solana program live. We also talked about the impostor syndrome, creating tools that benefit users, increasing their well-being, and we tried to dissect technical concepts of the blockchain, such as wallets and pass-phrases, public and private keys, decentralized versus centralized systems, among other things.

Stay tuned for this episode's release, which we're dubbing ‌ The Short-sightedness of Web3 and Blockchain, Anonymity & Original Ideas of Where We Could Go.