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NFT Morning, Decouvrez tous les projets NFT et Crypto-art
#299 | NFT & E-Sport avec Remy Bompar cofondateur de Heroez.gg et le projet Artorus.io

NFT Morning, Decouvrez tous les projets NFT et Crypto-art

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 77:33


1ère partie de la room avec David Laloum cofondateur d’Artorus.io un projet qui permet d’associer à des pièces en or ou en argent des NFT et de les vendre ou de les collectionner. Une première collection vient d’être lancée regroupant 15 pièces surlesquelles on peut enchérir sur la plateforme Opensea .2ème partie de la room avec Rémy Bompar qui est venu nous parler de Heroez, le premier club de e-sport décentralisé et dont les décisions sont prises au sein d’une DAO regroupant les joueurs d’une équipe…Un entretien passionnant pour comprendre la manière dont le gaming et notamment le e-sport vont incorporer des NFT, et les réticences qui peuvent exister aujourd’hui…Pour aller plus loin:Site web officiel d’Artorus.ioSite web officiel d’Heroez.ggCompte Twitter d’HeroezCompte LinkedIn de Remy Bompar This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.nftmorning.com

Where Are We Now?
Share What You're Making with Chair and Bacon #9: 0xDawg On Ocean Conservation, Ecosystem Restoration & Regenerative Action

Where Are We Now?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 68:46


Dawg is a freelance designer & token engineer that has been deep in the Web3 ecosystem since 2017. He is a founding member of Moonjelly DAO and Natix Network, both projects with the goal, among others, to “decentralize the entire aspect of ocean conservation and ocean ecosystem restoration”. In this episode he shares with Chair and Bacon more about the project's mission, regenerative action and how and why to verify impact through NFTs. “The goal is to become a DAO where individuals can scientifically validate project proposals for conservation”, he says. “We're trying to gather a living group of people that are trying to upgrade themselves as human beings and then become able to serve the ocean”. Some of the topics: Mission of Moonjelly DAO Verified Impact Web3 oracle data feeds Natix Network Usecases for monitoring and impact verification Regenerative action meaning DeepWork Studios NFTs to gather information Resources: 0xdawg Twitter 0xdawg web Natix Network Website Natix Networks twitter Moonjelly DAO Website DeepWork Studio Graham Boyd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/metagame/message

Real Vision Crypto
The ABCs and 123s of DAOs

Real Vision Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:29


What on earth is a “DAO”? And how might the “decentralized autonomous organization” lead the next phase of crypto innovation? StakeBorg CEO Vlad Mercori joins Real Vision's Elaine Ly to talk about all things DAO, how they work, why they're proliferating, and what they mean for the future. Mercori says DAOs can transform the way communities organize, enhance teamwork and creativity, and help people solve problems in new ways. This wide-ranging conversation also covers the bear market, investor contempt for staking in the aftermath of multiple platforms collapsing, and the prospect of regulation. With signs we've entered the final stages of maximum pain and total capitulation, Mercori is hopeful a crypto market recovery is around the corner. Recorded on June 17, 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Scoop
Vibe Bio CEO explains how this DAO plans to revolutionize the trillion dollar pharmaceutical industry

The Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 40:02


 One biotech startup is trying to use blockchain technology to revolutionize the way potential treatments for rare diseases are identified for funding and development. According to Vibe Bio CEO Alok Tayi: “Vibe is a community of patients, scientists and partners that help identify promising treatments for rare diseases and other overlooked diseases, and fund them in innovative ways.” In this episode of The Scoop, Tayi shares his vision for how Vibe Bio aims to disrupt the centralized control of big pharma, and explains why a decentralized autonomous organization (or ‘DAO') is the optimal solution for organizing the members of the Vibe community. According to Tayi, the biology of rare diseases is often understood, but biotech companies do not have enough incentive to fund research given the limited financial upside. As Tayi notes: “There actually ends up being a myriad of different candidate medicines with promise that are sitting on shelves today, but simply lack the capital and the focus to be able to develop them.” This is the problem Tayi hopes to address through Vibe Bio. By using a DAO structure, Vibe Bio is able to put forward governance proposals to identify promising treatment options. $VIBE token holders can then vote on which treatments will get funded via the proceeds of the DAO's token sale. As Tayi explains, this decentralized approach empowers patients who would otherwise be unable to get assistance from centralized biotech companies: “When you start to move away from a traditional sort of financing model to one that's community led, patients can now be in the driver's seat of deciding what medicines to pursue, what disease areas we should try to treat, not profit or politics.” Earlier this week, Vibe announced it received $12 million in a funding round led by Initialized Capital, which also included participation from prominent angel investors Naval Ravikant and Balaji Srinivasan, as well as 6th Man Ventures — the venture firm helmed by The Block Co-Founder Mike Dudas — amongst others. Episode 58 of Season 4 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Alok Tayi, Co-Founder & CEO of Vibe Bio. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to podcast@theblockcrypto.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Fireblocks, Coinbase Prime & Cross River Fireblocks is an enterprise-grade platform delivering a secure infrastructure for moving, storing, and issuing digital assets. Fireblocks enables exchanges, lending desks, custodians, banks, trading desks, and hedge funds to securely scale digital asset operations through the Fireblocks Network and MPC-based Wallet Infrastructure. Fireblocks serves over 725 financial institutions, has secured the transfer of over $1.5 trillion in digital assets, and has a unique insurance policy that covers assets in storage & transit. For more information, please visit www.fireblocks.com. About Coinbase Prime Coinbase Prime is an integrated solution that provides institutional investors with an advanced trading platform, secure custody, and prime services to manage all their crypto assets in one place. Coinbase Prime fully integrates crypto trading and custody on a single platform, and gives clients the best all-in pricing in their network using their proprietary Smart Order Router and algorithmic execution. For more information, visit www.coinbase.com/prime. About Cross River Cross River is powering today's most innovative crypto companies, with banking and payments solutions you can rely on, including fiat on/off ramp solutions. Whether you are a crypto exchange, NFT marketplace, or wallet, Cross River's API-based, all-in-one platform enables banking as a service, ACH & wire transfers, push-to-card disbursements, real-time payments, and virtual accounts and subledgers. Request your fiat on/off ramp solution now at crossriver.com/crypto.

The ModGolf Podcast
Harnessing web3 To Reimagine The Modern Golf Club Experience - Cooper Sherwin, Co-Founder and Head of Community at LinksDAO

The ModGolf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 41:18


"Being an NFT member of this community automatically and from the beginning has brought value, even before we acquire the golf course, That's our North Star. We're still heading there. But the team is working really hard to continue forging these partnerships because everyone we talked to in the golf world is really excited about what we're doing".... Cooper Sherwin, Co-Founder and Head of Community at LinksDAO https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/1/1ea879c1-a4a2-4e10-bea4-e5d8368a3c7a/lM24zpka.jpg "It's been really positive the responses we've gotten. Folks who are excited about new technology, about new approaches to the game and about building the sport of golf have been very receptive to what we're creating." So what does the DAO is LinksDAO mean? It stands for a "Decentralized Autonomous Organization (https://www.investopedia.com/tech/what-dao/)" and Cooper nicely explains it around the 10 minute mark of this episode. Want to learn more about Cooper and LinksDAO? Visit their website (https://linksdao.io/) to see how LinksDAO is engaging a global community of thousands of golf enthusiasts to create the modern golf and leisure club. https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/1/1ea879c1-a4a2-4e10-bea4-e5d8368a3c7a/cNaYQ_8R.png (https://linksdao.io/) You can learn more about and connect with Cooper on his bio page (https://modgolf.fireside.fm/guests/cooper-sherwin). Cooper just attended the 2022 NFT NYC conference, which you can check out at https://www.nft.nyc Connect your business to a new audience with Zencastr's Podcast Marketplace! Did you know that podcast advertising is 4.4 times more effective than social media and traditional advertising – with 67% of listeners remembering brands, and 63% making a purchase after hearing them? I've been using Zencastr since Day One of The ModGolf Podcast and am excited to tell you about Zencastr's Creator Network, which makes it easy for brands to connect with podcasters and their audience. Looking to get your product in the hands of people who will love it? Promoting on podcasts is the fastest growing advertising style in the world. With Zencastr's new Podcast Marketplace, your company can negotiate directly with creators, collaborating with them to get the best bang for your advertising buck. Zencastr's Creator Network is the perfect place for you to get into podcast ads, and sponsor your favourite creators – like me! Zencastr matches you with the best podcasts, so your product gets to the right audience to maximize your advertising campaign budget. Interested in sponsoring The ModGolf Podcast or learning how podcast show advertising can benefit your business? Go to https://zen.ai/modgolf and fill out the contact information so the Zencastr team can help you bring your business story to life. https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/1/1ea879c1-a4a2-4e10-bea4-e5d8368a3c7a/le5PSrz1.jpg (https://zen.ai/modgolf) Special Guest: Cooper Sherwin - Co-Founder and Head of Community at LinksDAO.

Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto
Solend and Bancor Drama: Did These DAOs Violate the Ethos of Crypto? - Ep. 366

Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:49


Derek Hsue, cofounder at Reverie, discusses the recent controversial decisions by Solend DAO and Bancor, the importance of establishing processes for black swan events, and whether decentralized governance truly exists. Show highlights: what situation prompted Solend to feel it was in jeopardy what Solend DAO's response was to that situation why Derek views it as “the nuclear option” why the proposal sparked an outcry from the crypto community whether this issue could have been prevented or managed differently if the protocol was built on a blockchain other than Solana why, a day later, the DAO reversed its first decision to take over the whale's account whether Derek thinks the DAO made the right decision to not take over the whale's account what is Impermanent Loss Protection, a feature offered by Bancor why Bancor decided to pause Impermanent Loss Protection whether Celsius and 3AC had anything to do with Bancor's problem how Bancor's decision was made unilaterally how DAOs should deal with black swan events     Thank you to our sponsors!   Crypto.com: https://crypto.onelink.me/J9Lg/unconfirmedcardearnfeb2021  Ava Labs: https://www.avax.network/     EPISODE LINKS   Derek Twitter: https://twitter.com/derek_hsue   Reverie Website: https://www.reverie.ooo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hi_reverie   Solend DAO Situation Covered on Monday's Unchained Newsletter: https://unchainedpodcast.com/does-this-dao-deserve-emergency-power%e2%81%89%ef%b8%8f/ Proposal to invalidate the first one: https://decrypt.co/103330/solana-lending-dao-overturns-vote-to-take-over-at-risk-whale-wallet The whale moved $25 million from Solend: https://www.theblock.co/post/153207/solana-whale-shuffles-25-million-to-reduce-risk-to-defi-protocol-solend   Bancor Pausing Impermanent Loss Protection Bancor's post: https://blog.bancor.network/market-conditions-update-june-19-2022-e5b857b39336 Anthony Sassano's reaction: https://twitter.com/sassal0x/status/1539082583832526848?s=20&t=OzTV6M5bCH4fxJIJUtLA4Q   DAO Governance issues: Lido DAO proposes to reduce the existing scope of governance of its token holders: https://research.lido.fi/t/ldo-steth-dual-governance/2382 Jack Niewold 's thread: https://twitter.com/JackNiewold/status/1539307339928457217?s=20&t=OzTV6M5bCH4fxJIJUtLA4Q Unchained Coverage: How Soulbound Tokens Could Reduce Speculation and Improve DAO Voting – Ep.360: https://unchainedpodcast.com/how-soul-bound-tokens-could-reduce-speculation-and-improve-dao-voting-ep-360/     Main tweet On this Friday's Unchained, Derek Hsue explains: * why the first Solend DAO vote was the “nuclear option” * whether Solana's history of downtime spurred the proposal * Bancor's decision to stop Impermanent Loss Protection * what this all means for DAO governance

Chain Reaction
How web3 creators can make the most of the crypto crash (with Latashá)

Chain Reaction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 44:04


Welcome back, this week Anita and Lucas discuss the $258 billion Dogecoin lawsuit facing Elon Musk, how crypto collectible lovers are partying through the pain at the NFT NYC event and how some DAOs are showing the dark side of digital democracy.In their interview this week, Lucas and Anita got the chance to talk with musician and visual artist Latashá. In addition to creating crypto art, Latashá is the Head of Community at NFT startup Zora which recently raised a big round of funding. We talked with her about how the downturn will impact crypto creators and what web3 really has to offer artists.Subscribe to the Chain Reaction newsletter to dive deeper: https://techcrunch.com/newslettersHelpful links:https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/16/dogecoin-investor-sues-elon-musk-tesla-and-spacex-for-258-billion/https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/20/afropolitan-raises-2-1m-to-build-a-digital-nation-backed-by-balaji-srinivasan/https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/21/magic-eden-raises-130m-hitting-unicorn-status-at-1-6b-valuation/https://twitter.com/regiscake/status/1539338847829782528?s=20&t=gxtu5vdu6FyYcGw-LpT_bg

Technically Legal
The Impact of Blockchain on the Law – Now and Beyond (Jacob Robinson, Law of Code)

Technically Legal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:34


Blockchain lawyer and fellow podcaster Jacob Robinson visits Technically Legal to talk about how blockchain technology is impacting the law now and how it will in the future. Jacob hosts the Law of Code Podcast covering blockchain related legal issues and hosting a Who's Who of #Cryptolaw as guests. On this episode, Jacob discusses the interplay between blockchain technology and legal rights (such as property rights). He also explains how, for some endeavors, blockchain might change the look of business organizations. Specifically, Jacob covers legal issues implicated by NFT (non fungible token) ownership and participation in a DAO (distributed autonomous organizations). Jacob also fills us in about interesting legal questions arising in the metaverse.

CoinGecko Podcast
Growing your portfolio through Investment DAOs with Ramon Recuero, Founder of Babylon Finance - Ep. 63

CoinGecko Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 36:00


Ramon Recuero, founder of Babylon Finance is here to discuss the thought process behind the creation of the project, how it offers various investment services to its users, and how the project aims to revolutionize the investment DAO space in the near future! Timestamps[01:30] Intro[04:14] What is Babylon Finance and how does it work? [06:51] What kind of products does Babylon Finance offer? [09:11] The pros and cons on investment DAOs as opposed to self-investing [13:03] Interesting stats on the protocol [15:15] How does Babylon manage community expectations?[17:22] What actions did Babylon take during the Luna catastrophe? [21:39] Is Babylon planning to implement robo-advisory and automation?[23:30] Any discussions on supporting MEV bots? [25:52] Thoughts on the investment DAOs and it's future direction of the industry?[30:24] What are Babylon's plans for 2022[32:57] Any extra sharing points? Watch the Podcast on YoutubeLinks Babylon Finance: https://www.babylon.finance/ CoinGecko: https://www.coingecko.comSocial Media Babylon Finance: https://twitter.com/BabylonFinance CoinGecko:https://twitter.com/coingeckohttps://www.youtube.com/c/CoinGeckoTVhttps://www.instagram.com/coingeckohttps://www.tiktok.com/@coingeckotvhttps://t.me/coingecko

Culture Factor 2.0
Medha Parlikar: Web3 Blockchain Does Not Exist without Web2

Culture Factor 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 38:58


Medha Parlikar is co-founder and CTO of CasperLabs. She has more than 30 years of tech experience and is considered one of the top women in blockchain. She started working with technology in the early 1980's, building computers in the basement. For the past two decades, she has been delivering production SaaS software for large companies including Adobe, Omniture and Avalara. Medha excels in building high-functioning technical teams, and inspiring them to deliver solutions that solve customer problems. Medha holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Information Systems and Programming from Coleman College.CasperLabs is committed to supporting the next wave of blockchain adoption among businesses and providing developers with a reliable and secure framework to build private, public and hybrid blockchain applications all guided by open-source principlesWhat was the impetus for designing this? Was it missing for enterprise and smaller businesses? And did you build it yourself?How do you de-mystify and de-stigmatise blockchain for businesses? What are the nuances that work so well with SaaS that make it uniquely perfect for companies moving from Web2 to Web3?And the recent downturn in the market, how did that affect conversations with your clients?Medha Parlikar, TwitterCasper Labs, Twitter Medha Parlikar, LinkedinHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, TwitterWatch Culture Factor and VaynerNFT#casper #protocol #software #enterprise #disintermediate #brands #ecosystem #business #governance #offer #deliver #infrastructure #CasperLabs #Adobe #omniture #avalara #opensource #DAO #caspernodesoftware #publicnetwork #DEVxDAO #ConsenSys #dotto #governance #datasovereignty #mp3.com #riaa #BLOCKv #smartmedia #nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding  #entrepreneur #coach #consulting #zerotopodcast #podcast #jobsearching #thoughtleader #thoughtleadership #startapodcasttoday #startapodcastalready   #experiences #experientialmarketing #companyculture #employeeengagment #community #peertopeer #decentralizedeconomy

Health for wealth
241: Kan tekniken styra organisationen?

Health for wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 50:33


På det nya internet som kallas webb 3.0 sysslar självstyrande organisationer, DAOs, med allt från kryptovalutor till odling. Är det framtiden, undrar vi? DAO, decentraliserade autonoma organisationer, har växt fram med hjälp av framkantsteknologi som blockkedjeteknik. Det är organisationer utan chefer där ägandet, inflytandet och ansvaret är delat. Vi har inte hittat någon exakt och tillförlitlig uppgift på hur många DAO-organisationer som finns idag men de lär vara tusentals. Här är en massa människor verksamma dagligen, varav en hel del försörjer sig, helt eller delvis, på jobb de får den vägen. Det här ville vi veta mer om, så vi vände oss till Gustaf Josefsson Tadaa, entreprenör, coach och uppskattad talare om allt som har med det digitala samhället att göra. DAO - hur funkar det? Bakom DAO-organisationer finns begrepp som webb 3.0 - nästa generations internet som bygger på delaktighet - och blockkedjeteknik - tekniken som används för bland annat kryptovalutor. Det handlar om att samverka och samarbeta på ett nytt sätt. Genom att använda matematiska algoritmer kan man spara data på ett decentraliserat moln (en samling datorer) istället för att ha en datorserver nånstans som ägs och kontrolleras av en viss individ eller en organisation. Vem som helst kan koppla upp sig till det decentraliserade molnet där man med hjälp av blockkedjeteknik kan spara information som ingen enskild individ har makt att förändra. Med andra ord kan ingen stat, ägare, myndighet eller individ manipulera informationen. Här lägger man upp en distribuerat bankkonto och bygger en organisation där makten flyttats ut till de enskilda individerna och beslut fattas med hjälp av omröstningar. En DAO - decentraliserad autonom organisation - är skapad. Eftersom man ofta får betalt för jobb man gör i så kallade "tokens" (ett värdebevis för en viss mängd kryptovaluta) innebär det att den som bidrar med mycket i en DAO även kan se sina tillgångar öka i värde. Decentralisering och självstyre Kort sammanfattat är alltså idén med webb 3.0: decentralisering - mer inflytande för individen traditionella organisationer ersätts av algoritmer och förutbestämda regler beslut fattas genom omröstning Från aktieklubbar till matodling Vad gör man i en DAO då? Flera av dem är som aktieklubbar för kryptovalutor. Andra fungerar mer som Uber, där människor runt om i världen utför arbete som andra människor betalar för. Och det finns ideella organisationer som har valt den här organisationsformen. Gustaf nämner Big Green DAO som är en ideell organisation för småskalig livsmedelsproduktion. Det är mycket hajp i det här, säger Gustaf och självklart finns det sårbarheter i det här nya landskapet, något som inte minst har märkts under de senaste månaderna när kryptovalutor har rasat i värde. Kräver ingen tillit Och egentligen, som Gustaf säger, är den här organisationsformen bara meningsfull om man inte litar på staten eller den organisation man är verksam i. Ett exempel är att kryptovalutor har använts för att få fram finansiellt bistånd i krig och konfliktområden. Men det intressanta är väl om vi kan inspireras och lära oss något av det här nya sättet att gå samman och göra saker genom delat ägande och delat ansvar. Är DAO morgondagens arbetsmarknad? Dessutom tycker Gustaf att det är intressant att följa DAOs för att de samlar en massa smarta människor bakom idéer om frihet. Även om webb 3.0 är i sin första barndom kan det bana väg för en mängd innovationer som kanske formar vår framtid. Många tror att vi kommer att organisera oss mer så här i framtiden, att vi istället för traditionella anställningar köper och säljer tjänster i nätverk som liknar DAOs. DAO och TEAL - självstyre på två helt olika sätt På ett sätt liknar idén bakom en DAO: decentraliserad makt och beslutsrätt hos varje individ, den modell för självstyre som kallas TEAL. Inom TEAL finns en rådgivningsprocess som mandatet att fatta beslut kring bygger på. Men i praktiken fungerar DAO och TEAL diametralt olika. För medan DAO består av hårda regler som man i stort sett inte kan ändra, handlar TEAL om att släppa på regler och att arbeta med tillit. Medan tillit, som vi har sett, inte har något som helst med en DAO att göra. Vår samarbetspartner motivation.se har en massa artiklar om arbetslivet, organisationskultur och ledarskap. Den här veckan har vi valt en text som handlar om vad som krävs av framtidens arbetskraft.  Kritiskt tänkande och problemlösning ligger i topp men även samarbete över olika nätverk.

The Blockchain Show
227: Oasis Protocol with Linda Lu

The Blockchain Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:26


Linda Lu is Head of Ecosystem at Oasis. Oasis Network is the leading privacy-enabled and scalable layer-1 blockchain network to propel Web3 forward. We talk about the transition from Web2 to Web3, the importance of data privacy, the need for a data DAO to reward data owners, and how data can benefit social welfare and economic efficiency. 

Liquid - Crypto Investing | Startup Pitch | Token Investing and Crowdfunding.
Andrew Woodruff - Sustainable, Differentiated Competitive Moats

Liquid - Crypto Investing | Startup Pitch | Token Investing and Crowdfunding.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 44:56


Our guest today is Andrew Woodruff, co-founder, PM & CIO of Black Lotus Capital. Black Lotus is a fundamental long-term-oriented generalist digital assets hedge fund. Black Lotus is focused on liquid tokens that have sustainable differentiated competitive moats, token value capture, are undervalued and have a clear path to real world adoption. Prior to co-founding Black Lotus, Andrew led the primary research division for the past 8 years at Slate Path, a multi-billion dollar Tiger Cub hedge fund, where he helped build out their crypto investment research process.  Andrew is also an active angel investor and advisor to a variety of startup companies, both in and outside of crypto. Andrew graduated with an MBA from Columbia Business School, a BS from Syracuse University, and is also a Charter Financial Analyst. -----   This episode is brought to you by Global Coin Research ("GCR"). GCR is a community-first research and investment DAO. GCR's mission is to create a community-driven investment DAO where the best web3 deals are sourced by community members for community members.  This discussion was recorded in our Discord.  You can find more information about us and how to join at GlobalCoinResearch.com   -----   Remember to rate, review and subscribe to the Podcast!

Boundaryless Conversations Podcast
S3 Ep. 17 Trach – DAOs are Orgs: Moving at the speed of trust (in a trustless environment)

Boundaryless Conversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:11


Today we're joined by Tracheopteryx - or Trach - Pioneer of decentralized governance, operations, and compensation systems. Trach is co-founder of Coordinape and previous contributor to yearn finance.   In this conversation, we delve into what DAOs are and why the future lies in this framework. We also talk about the connection between ownership and decision making, striving for a 'trustless' infrastructure, why we might not see companies like Apple or Google 'go DAO' soon, the role of six-person teams - and why everyone working on DAOs are in essence collaborating on a creating a greater pie.   A full transcript of the episode can be found on our website: https://boundaryless.io/podcast/tracheopteryx/   Key highlights  We discussed: > What DAOs are and what key differences with corporate governance  > Trustless mechanisms and the Blockchain > How likely existing traditional players are to embrace DAOs > What we mean by the word 'trustless' > How non-developers can get involved with DAOs projects   To find out more about Trach's work: > Twitter: https://twitter.com/tracheopteryx  > Website: https://coordinape.com/    Other references and mentions: > Compensation in DAOs with Tracheopteryx on the Collectively Intelligent Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/compensation-in-daos-with-tracheopteryx/id1577798978?i=1000538952056  > Helium: https://www.helium.com/technology   > Colony: distributed organizations that actually work - with Aron Fischer and Jack du Rose: https://boundaryless.io/podcast/colony/   > Moving beyond coin voting governance by Vitalik Buterin: https://vitalik.ca/general/2021/08/16/voting3.html  > Blue Sky Project: https://blueskyweb.xyz/  > Thirsty Thirsty: https://www.thirstythirsty.org/   > Ronald Coase, The Nature of the Firm, 1937: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0335.1937.tb00002.x  Find out more about the show and the research at Boundaryless at https://boundaryless.io/resources/podcast/   Thanks for the ad-hoc music to Liosound / Walter Mobilio. Find his portfolio here: https://boundaryless.io/podcast-music   Recorded on 3 June 2022.

Tám Sài Gòn
Các nàng thơ Em và Trịnh cùng hát nhạc phim…Doraemon

Tám Sài Gòn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 37:31


Các diễn viên Hoàng Hà (vai Dao Ánh), Lan Thy (vai Bích Diễm), Nhật Linh (vai Thanh Thúy) và Akari (vai Michiko) trong phim Em và Trịnh kể chuyện hậu trường khi đóng phim và cùng hát tặng các khán giả. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support

Seed Club Podcast
Ep 8 - The Rabbit Hole That Is Nouns DAO - Brian Flynn

Seed Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 46:23


Today we have Brian Flynn, CEO, and co-founder of Rabbit Hole. Brian is a dear friend who helped inspire the birth of Seed Club. In this episode, we dig into reputation, DAO tools, what we get right, and what we get wrong. How do we ultimately scale DAOs from 50 people collaborating with each other to 5,000?  We spent a bunch of time talking about Nouns DAO. The bull case, the bear case. We also talk about building value in DAOs, the importance of it, the challenges of it, how far we've come, and how far we have to go. 

DAOn the Rabbit Hole
S2 E5: DAO Delegation: To Delegate to an Individual or a DAO? (Linda Xie and Julia Rosenberg)

DAOn the Rabbit Hole

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 43:05


On this episode of DAOn the Rabbit Hole, we're talking to Julia Rosenberg and Linda Xie. Julia is a Co-Founder of Orca Protocol, a DAO implementation tool and Linda is a Co-Founder of Scalar Capital, a crypto investment firm. Linda is also a Delegate for Gitcoin, Element and Optimism. We begin our conversation by laying some groundwork and having Linda and Julia answer the big question: what is metagovernance? We dive into all of the nuances of metagovernance and discuss its fluidity, dynamics, chaos, benefits, and how it evolved over time.The conversation leads us to discussing delegates within DAOs that participate in metagovernance, and Linda explains how she manages being a delegate for 3 different organizations as well as running her own company. We discuss delegate compensation models, issues with those models, the pros and cons of Gitcoin's implementation of health cards, and the issue of “zombie delegates.”Julia explains her philosophy of governance via working groups/ factions/ parties over putting the responsibility in the hands of individuals. We compare metagovernance to political structures we see today, and discuss the issues of politics and popularity contests within metagovernance. We close out our conversation re-envisioning what we'd like governance to look like in the future, shouting out some amazing projects that are on the leading edge of metagovernance, and leaving listeners with some tips for how to get involved and become a delegate. To continue this conversation and stay up to date on all things DAOn the Rabbit Hole, you can follow Anay on Twitter @anaysim and RabbitHole @rabbithole_gg. You can also follow Linda on Twitter @ljxie and Julia @JulzRoze.Link to the article by Simona: https://pop.mirror.xyz/NbNlmtjw3hTzVHiCU9dBjcgFDxpD91UY8DOtl5Ht_x0  ⌛ TIMESTAMPS:0:00 Intro1:37 What is Metagovernance?3:22 The benefits of Metagovernance3:48 Fluidity and dynamics of Metagovernance5:54 Avoiding Chaos in Metagovernance7:50 How Metagovernance has evolved over time12:05 How does Linda do it??14:37 Delegate compensation models15:42 Issues with delegate compensation models18:39 Gitcoin's implementation of health cards22:41 The issue of “zombie delegates”23:40 Orca's model of rotating delegates27:09 pod responsibility over delegate responsibility28:49 The issue of politics in metagovernance31:51 Exciting examples of metagovernance38:25 Tips for becoming a DAO delegate 42:02 Follow Julia!42:15 Follow Linda! 

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)
【6/20話題】FRBがステーブルコインの脆弱性指摘、FTX JPがUSD/JPYペア板取引など(音声ニュース)

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 16:18


幻冬舎の暗号資産(仮想通貨)/ブロックチェーン専門メディア「あたらしい経済 https://www.neweconomy.jp/ 」がおくる、Podcast番組です。平日毎日最新ニュース解説をお届けします。 ○解説したニュース ・FRB、ステーブルコインの構造的脆弱性を指摘 ・FTX Japan、USD/JPYペアの板取引開始 ・FTX、カナダの暗号資産取引所Bitvo買収へ ・フォビグループ、ニュージーランドで金融ライセンス取得 ・Immutable X、約675億円規模「web3ゲームファンド」立ち上げ ・バイナンス、ブラジルレアルの入出金を一時停止 ・コシノジュンコNFT発売へ、現物特典も。and factory「ARTPiA」始動 ○番組スポンサー この番組はFiNANCiEと Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA)の提供でお送ります。 ・株式会社フィナンシェ 「FiNANCiE(フィナンシェ)」は、スポーツチームやエンタメプロジェクト、DAOなどのトークンを購入して支援ができる新しいクラウドファンディング・サービス。サッカーJリーグ、野球、バスケ、などのプロスポーツチームをはじめ、映画やアイドル、インフルエンサーなど100以上のプロジェクトのトークンがフィナンシェで購入できます。さらにトークン購入者はプロジェクトに応じたキャンペーン参加やNFTなどの特典も。ぜひiOSやAndroidで「FiNANCiE」のスマホアプリを入れて、新たな応援体験を味わってください。「あなたの夢が、みんなの財産になる」FiNANCiE →App Store(対応OS:iOS 12.0以上)はこちら https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/financie/id1470196162 →Google Play(対応OS:Android 6.0以上)はこちら https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.financie.ichiba ・Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA) web3エンタメで「世界No.1」を目指すDEAが提供する、遊んで暗号資産「DEAPcoin(DEP)」が稼げるゲームプラットフォーム「PlayMining」では、職業をテーマにしたNFTカードバトルゲーム『JobTribes』をはじめ、今後多数のゲームがリリース予定です。NFTの事前購入の必要がなく、誰でも無料でプレイして、「DEAPcoin」がGETできます。さらに「PlayMining」内のマーケットプレイスで、ゲームで使えるNFTの取引も可能。ゲームで稼げる「DEAPcoin」は日本の暗号資産取引所「BITPOINT」で取り扱われているので、安心して「GameFi」を体験いただけます。遊んで稼げるだけでなく、世界の誰かを助けられる「web3ゲーム」の可能性、まだ遊んでない人は「PlayMining」へ! →「PlayMining」はこちら https://playmining.com/?rid=l7uMteaX →『JobTribes』はこちら https://jobtribes.playmining.com/?rid=sASstDe4 ○関連リンク ニュースの詳細や、アーカイブやその他の記事はこちらから www.neweconomy.jp/

The Dao De Jing Podcast
Chapter 14: The Trinity of the Tao?

The Dao De Jing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 59:58


Color and non-color. Vague is beautiful. Returning to the roots. Taking hold is the discipline of the Dao.

Tám Sài Gòn
Review phim rạp: Lightyear Cảnh sát vũ trụ, Tang lễ đầu xuân, HARRY POTTER VÀ TÙ NHÂN AZKABAN

Tám Sài Gòn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 10:07


Review các phim ra rạp từ ngày 17/06/2022 EM VÀ TRỊNH C13 Đạo diễn: Phan Gia Nhật Linh Diễn viên: Trần Lực, Avin Lu, Akari Nakatani, Bùi Lan Hương, Hoàng Hà, Lan Thy, Nhật Linh, Phạm Quỳnh Anh… Thể loại: Tình cảm Cuộc gặp gỡ định mệnh giữa Trịnh Công Sơn và nữ sinh viên Nhật Bản Michiko tại Paris năm 1990 đã mở ra một mối duyên kỳ ngộ. Từ đây bắt đầu hành trình ngược dòng thời gian, khám phá tuổi thanh xuân và tình yêu của người nhạc sĩ tài hoa với các nàng thơ Thanh Thuý, Bích Diễm, Dao Ánh, Khánh Ly, và những tình khúc mà họ lưu lại trong trái tim ông. Bộ phim lãng mạn, mở ra thế giới nhạc Trịnh quyến rũ với những mảnh ghép tình yêu đa sắc, lung linh tuyệt đẹp. TANG LỄ ĐẦU XUÂN C16 Đạo diễn: Lee Don Ku Diễn viên: Son Huyn Joo, Park Hyuk Kwon, Jung Suk Yong Thể loại: Drama Người con trai giang hồ sau nhiều năm vào trại, nay vừa về thì phải làm đám tang cho cha. Tức giận vì thiếu tình thương từ cha, anh ta đã lợi dụng buổi lễ để vòi tiền khách, cũng như ra oai với đám giang hồ xưa kia từng bỏ rơi anh. Trong cơn giận và lạc lối của anh, chỉ còn người mẹ già là hy vọng cuối cùng cho đứa con trai ngỗ nghịch. CẢNH SÁT VŨ TRỤ LIGHTYEAR Đạo diễn: Angus MacLane Diễn viên: Chris Evans, Keke Palmer, Peter Sohn, Taika Waititi, Dale Soules, James Brolin, Uzo Aduba, Mary McDonald-Lewis, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Efren Ramirez, Keira Hairston Thể loại: Hoạt Hình Bộ phim kể về chuyến hành trình hành động kết hợp khoa học viễn tưởng nhằm giới thiệu câu chuyện về nguồn gốc của nhân vật Buzz Lightyear — người anh hùng đã truyền cảm hứng sáng tạo ra đồ chơi. “Lightyear” sẽ theo chân Cảnh Sát Vũ Trụ huyền thoại trong cuộc hành trình bước ra ngoài không gian cùng với một nhóm chiến binh đầy tham vọng và người bạn đồng hành là chú mèo máy Sox. HARRY POTTER VÀ TÙ NHÂN AZKABAN (RE-RUN) Đạo diễn: Alfonso Cuarón Diễn viên: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Tom Felton Thể loại: Phiêu Lưu, Thần thoại Năm thứ ba của Harry Potter bắt đầu trở nên tồi tệ khi Harry phát hiện ra tên sát nhân Sirius Black đã trốn thoát khỏi nhà tù Azkaban và đang tìm đến Harry để trả thù. Một loạt cai ngục Azkaban được cử đến để bảo vệ Hogwarts và truy đuổi Sirius Black. Một giáo viên bí ẩn đã xuất hiện để dạy Harry Potter cách bảo vệ bản thân. Tuy nhiên, Harry dần phát hiện ra bí mật của mối quan hệ giữa Harry và tên sát nhân Sirius Black phức tạp hơn cậu nghĩ. (Re-run) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support

Eureka Street Crypto Podcast
Episode 134 - Speaking with Infinite Homie about DAO work as internship 2.0 and getting paid

Eureka Street Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 34:56


Good morning! This morning I am discussing DAO, web3 work, equality, and getting paid for your work. I highlight Brandon0x's path to DAO's and I got the chance to speak with Infinite Homie who is a fellow BanklessDAO member who has taken the reigns in operations for CryptoSapiens and the Podcast Hatchery. She provided some valuable insight into reality vs the theory when it comes to DAOs. Sources: https://twitter.com/brandoncnolte/status/1538023709704740865 https://twitter.com/brandoncnolte/status/1496326971592220672 https://twitter.com/infinitehomie https://opolis.co/ https://banklessdao.substack.com/  

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)
【6/17話題】サークルのユーロステーブルコインEUROC、メルコイン交換業登録など(音声ニュース)

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 18:25


幻冬舎の暗号資産(仮想通貨)/ブロックチェーン専門メディア「あたらしい経済 https://www.neweconomy.jp/ 」がおくる、Podcast番組です。平日毎日最新ニュース解説をお届けします。 ○解説したニュース ・サークル、ユーロステーブルコイン「EUROC」発行へ ・メルカリ売上などビットコインに、メルコイン交換業登録完了 ・スリーアローズ、BlockFiに証拠金払えずBTCポジション強制清算か=報道 ・クラーケングローバル、Kusamaパラチェーン「Integritee(TEER)」上場 ・フォビグローバル、タイ部門を7月で事業停止へ ・オーケーコインジャパン、ステラルーメン(XLM)上場へ ・GMOコイン、「カルダノ(ADA)」のステーキングサービス開始へ ・オープンハウス、ビットコインLNの「Diamond Hands」へ協賛 ・博報堂DYmapがNFTマーケット「animap」公開、タツノコプロ作品など販売 ○番組スポンサー この番組はFiNANCiEと Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA)の提供でお送ります。 ・株式会社フィナンシェ 「FiNANCiE(フィナンシェ)」は、スポーツチームやエンタメプロジェクト、DAOなどのトークンを購入して支援ができる新しいクラウドファンディング・サービス。サッカーJリーグ、野球、バスケ、などのプロスポーツチームをはじめ、映画やアイドル、インフルエンサーなど100以上のプロジェクトのトークンがフィナンシェで購入できます。さらにトークン購入者はプロジェクトに応じたキャンペーン参加やNFTなどの特典も。ぜひiOSやAndroidで「FiNANCiE」のスマホアプリを入れて、新たな応援体験を味わってください。「あなたの夢が、みんなの財産になる」FiNANCiE →App Store(対応OS:iOS 12.0以上)はこちら https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/financie/id1470196162 →Google Play(対応OS:Android 6.0以上)はこちら https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.financie.ichiba ・Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA) web3エンタメで「世界No.1」を目指すDEAが提供する、遊んで暗号資産「DEAPcoin(DEP)」が稼げるゲームプラットフォーム「PlayMining」では、職業をテーマにしたNFTカードバトルゲーム『JobTribes』をはじめ、今後多数のゲームがリリース予定です。NFTの事前購入の必要がなく、誰でも無料でプレイして、「DEAPcoin」がGETできます。さらに「PlayMining」内のマーケットプレイスで、ゲームで使えるNFTの取引も可能。ゲームで稼げる「DEAPcoin」は日本の暗号資産取引所「BITPOINT」で取り扱われているので、安心して「GameFi」を体験いただけます。遊んで稼げるだけでなく、世界の誰かを助けられる「web3ゲーム」の可能性、まだ遊んでない人は「PlayMining」へ! →「PlayMining」はこちら https://playmining.com/?rid=l7uMteaX →『JobTribes』はこちら https://jobtribes.playmining.com/?rid=sASstDe4 ○関連リンク ニュースの詳細や、アーカイブやその他の記事はこちらから www.neweconomy.jp/

DHARMA SPRING
I Vow Not to Steal

DHARMA SPRING

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 20:01


While I am taking a bit of a break from teaching and offering Dharma Talks, I'll be posting a series of talks I offered in 2018 and 2019 connected to The Open Source tradition's Ceremony of Taking Refuge in the Bodhisattva Way (the complete liturgy for the ceremony can be found here)._______ I vow not to stealBodhidharma: The way things are is mysterious and hard to see. In a world where the Dharma is unattainable, not having thoughts about gaining is called the Vow of Not Stealing.Dogen: Just as they are, you and the things of the world are one. The gate to freedom is open. Support the show

t3n Podcast – Das wöchentliche Update für digitale Pioniere
Wie Dajana Eder eine DAO in Deutschland gründen will

t3n Podcast – Das wöchentliche Update für digitale Pioniere

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 60:32


Wom3n.DAO heißt das Web3-Projekt von Dajana Eder. Wie sie damit für mehr Diversität in der Krypto-Branche sorgen will und welche Hürden ihr bei der Gründung ihrer dezentralen und autonomen Organisation im Weg stehen, erzählt sie uns in dieser Episode.

Alts
Chris Zhu: Artificial Intelligence, NFT Gaming, and Digital Native Beings

Alts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:24


Horacio spoke with Chris Zhu, the co-founder and CEO of Mirror World. There is some mind-blowing technology at play here. Mirror World looks to be at the intersection of NFTs, the metaverse, artificial intelligence, and interoperability. In this podcast, find out how Chris is building the ‘Nintendo of the Metaverse' by creating digital native beings capable of learning and communicating with their owners. Additional topics include: Interacting with NFTs through conversationGenerative models used by artificial intelligence algorithmsEmphasizing the value of NFTs through digital ownershipRecording the evolution of NFTs on the blockchainUsing a database of responses by training the data set for an algorithmConnecting different projects to the Mirror World ecosystemCreating a DAO to pick the right developers for the ecosystem---Follow Alts- Website & newsletter: https://alts.co- YouTube: Podcast Channel- Discord: https://discord.gg/DEkHgzggwC- Twitter: https://twitter.com/altassetsclub- Insta: https://instagram.com/alts_co- Link to Alan Goldsher playlist

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)
【6/16話題】タグホイヤーでNFT表示、暗号資産ファンドのスリーアローズ債務超過か(音声ニュース)

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 15:35


幻冬舎の暗号資産(仮想通貨)/ブロックチェーン専門メディア「あたらしい経済 https://www.neweconomy.jp/ 」がおくる、Podcast番組です。平日毎日最新ニュース解説をお届けします。 ○解説したニュース ・タグホイヤーのスマートウォッチがNFT表示機能、メタマスクにも対応 ・暗号資産ファンド「スリーアローズ」債務超過か、4億ドルの精算を受け ・テザー社、USDTの裏付け資産に関する噂を否定 ・ニューヨーク証券取引所の元社長、Uniswap Labsアドバイザーに ・露スベルバンク、独自プラットフォームでデジタル資産取引を実施へ ・米コインベース、「Forta(FORT)」上場へ ・クラーケングローバル、EGLD、FARM、FIS、FORTH、GTC、LCX、MXC、NEAR、SXPの9銘柄上場へ ・OpenSeaがアップデート、基盤プロトコルを「Seaport」に移行へ ・NFTカンファレンス「Non Fungible Tokyo」が一般受付開始 ○番組スポンサー この番組はFiNANCiEと Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA)の提供でお送ります。 ・株式会社フィナンシェ 「FiNANCiE(フィナンシェ)」は、スポーツチームやエンタメプロジェクト、DAOなどのトークンを購入して支援ができる新しいクラウドファンディング・サービス。サッカーJリーグ、野球、バスケ、などのプロスポーツチームをはじめ、映画やアイドル、インフルエンサーなど100以上のプロジェクトのトークンがフィナンシェで購入できます。さらにトークン購入者はプロジェクトに応じたキャンペーン参加やNFTなどの特典も。ぜひiOSやAndroidで「FiNANCiE」のスマホアプリを入れて、新たな応援体験を味わってください。「あなたの夢が、みんなの財産になる」FiNANCiE →App Store(対応OS:iOS 12.0以上)はこちら https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/financie/id1470196162 →Google Play(対応OS:Android 6.0以上)はこちら https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.financie.ichiba ・Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA) web3エンタメで「世界No.1」を目指すDEAが提供する、遊んで暗号資産「DEAPcoin(DEP)」が稼げるゲームプラットフォーム「PlayMining」では、職業をテーマにしたNFTカードバトルゲーム『JobTribes』をはじめ、今後多数のゲームがリリース予定です。NFTの事前購入の必要がなく、誰でも無料でプレイして、「DEAPcoin」がGETできます。さらに「PlayMining」内のマーケットプレイスで、ゲームで使えるNFTの取引も可能。ゲームで稼げる「DEAPcoin」は日本の暗号資産取引所「BITPOINT」で取り扱われているので、安心して「GameFi」を体験いただけます。遊んで稼げるだけでなく、世界の誰かを助けられる「web3ゲーム」の可能性、まだ遊んでない人は「PlayMining」へ! →「PlayMining」はこちら https://playmining.com/?rid=l7uMteaX →『JobTribes』はこちら https://jobtribes.playmining.com/?rid=sASstDe4 ○関連リンク ニュースの詳細や、アーカイブやその他の記事はこちらから www.neweconomy.jp/

The Jasmine Star Show
How to Create Community Around Your Business: Live from VeeCon

The Jasmine Star Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:53


Have you ever wished you could create a community around what you do?Whether you're a product-based business owner, provide a service, fancy yourself an Influencer, run a non-profit, or do a myriad of other things, you deserve a community of people who rally around your business.This community will lift you up, support you financially, and most importantly they'll cheer you on in every iteration of your business.In this episode, Daniel will walk you through the following steps to create a community on the block chain, or a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization):Brainstorm your missionCreate a Metamask wallet (you can learn how to do this >>HERE

Culture Factor 2.0
Will Pemble: Backyard Rollercoasters and Digital NFT Simulator Experiences

Culture Factor 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:23


Will Pemble is a Web1 Pioneer, a Web2 Leader, and a Web3 Futurist. He built and sold Web.com, one of the first and largest domain name registrars on earth. As a Top 50 Domain Name Millionaire, technology futurist, and serial entrepreneur, Will has been building and growing tech companies since before the days of Web1.Will's latest adventure is CoasterPunks.com, an NFT Collection on a mission to build the world's first carbon neutral roller coaster thrill ride, a 200,000 watt solar farm, and an 8 episode educational TV series executive produced by Mythbuster Kari Byron and EXPLR Media.Will has built five backyard roller coasters and been featured on Good Morning America, Discovery Channel, Netflix, Facebook Watch, and dozens of television shows worldwide.New adventurers in Web 3 seem to think that it is separate and built independently of Web2, being a pioneer of Web1 and a leader in Web2, what do you think?Digging into CoasterPunks, your NFT collection, is a digital and phigital experience on a roller coaster? and is the digital footprint carbon neutral bc it minted on a blockchain that is by design low gas?If phitigal experience, is this at Disney? or any other amusement parks?Left-field questions:Your solar farm will support how many acres? And can people buy an NFT to have a stake in the generated power and/or the dollars created? OR a stake in the farm it supports? Like a shared agriculture model?What is the TV series you are creating and will it be on the blockchain?CoasterPunks websiteWill Pemble, TwitterWill Pemble, YouTubeWill Pemble, InstagramHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, TwitterWatch an episode with a former Playboy Playmate #build #rollercoaster #roadmap #mardigras #adventure #community #solarfarm #web.com #futurism #domain #entrepreneur #coasterpunks #coasterpunksnft #mythbusters #karibyron #exploremedia #hackaday #guykawasaki #gusmachado #nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding #bitcoin #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #community #decentralizedeconomy

Alan Watts Being in the Way
Ep. 14 – Aesthetics and Mystical Vision

Alan Watts Being in the Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:19


In this recording from 1972, Alan Watts lectures on mystical vision via art, aesthetics, and Buddhist and Daoist philosophy.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/alan“You and I have all conspired with ourselves to pretend that we are not really God, but of course we are. That is perfectly obvious. We are all apertures through which the universe is looking at itself. Only it is so arranged that we don't know that in exactly the same way as we don't look at our own eyes.” – Alan WattsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Meaningful Conversations with Stereotype Breakers
38. Web3 101 - Demystifying Web3, DeFi, NFTs, the Metaverse and DAOs with Sam from The Blockhead

Meaningful Conversations with Stereotype Breakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:28


Let's demystify Web3, DeFi, NFTs, the Metaverse, DAOs - and other things around this confusing ecosystem. Sam explains all of these peaces of the puzzle so well that my brain did not hurt at all and I actually understood how these concepts fit together + how they are interrelated.  Samantha is an educator and marketer who specializes in crypto. She has taught over 2500 people blockchain fundamentals and has launched products for LinkedIn, Crunchbase, Chainalysis, and more. Her mission is to help people change their stories, whether they're an individual reshaping their finances or a breakthrough project wrestling with the right words.  The Blockhead is a beginner-friendly resource for all things crypto. It was created to break through tech jargon and help people learn about cryptocurrency with easy-to-understand language. It fast-tracks users through beginner, intermediate and advanced levels so they can feel confident navigating the Web3 world, from Bitcoin to NFTs to DAOs and more.  Explore the Blockhead and follow Sam there: https://www.theblockhead.com Checkout Sam's courses: https://www.theblockhead.com/courses The Blockhead Twitter: https://twitter.com/t_blockhead   Sign up to our newsletter: https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/newsletter Watch this podcast on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsYzP5nt6Y2YpR0SZesxyAaOv9tGYwZoZ Let us know if you have any ideas/comments by tagging us in your post on social media! ✨

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)
【6/15話題】デジタルガレージがweb3戦略チーム、トロンDAOが5億USDC追加購入など(音声ニュース)

あたらしい経済ニュース(幻冬舎のブロックチェーン・仮想通貨ニュース)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:47


幻冬舎の暗号資産(仮想通貨)/ブロックチェーン専門メディア「あたらしい経済 https://www.neweconomy.jp/ 」がおくる、Podcast番組です。平日毎日最新ニュース解説をお届けします。 ○解説したニュース ・デジタルガレージ、「web3戦略設計タスクフォース」設立 ・「TRON DAO Reserve」、USDD担保に5億USDCを追加購入 ・米金融規制機構FINRA、暗号資産市場の取組を強化 ・WiL、10億ドル超のファンド組成 ・【取材】web3学習サービス「PoL」のテックテク、レアゾンが買収 ・web3ブログサービス「ALIS」、いいねボタンでNFT ・ファッションブランド「COACH」が日本限定のNFT提供へ、1SECとコラボで ・LACOSTE、マインクラフトとコラボでNFTプロジェクト開始 ○番組スポンサー この番組はFiNANCiEと Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA)の提供でお送ります。 ・株式会社フィナンシェ 「FiNANCiE(フィナンシェ)」は、スポーツチームやエンタメプロジェクト、DAOなどのトークンを購入して支援ができる新しいクラウドファンディング・サービス。サッカーJリーグ、野球、バスケ、などのプロスポーツチームをはじめ、映画やアイドル、インフルエンサーなど100以上のプロジェクトのトークンがフィナンシェで購入できます。さらにトークン購入者はプロジェクトに応じたキャンペーン参加やNFTなどの特典も。ぜひiOSやAndroidで「FiNANCiE」のスマホアプリを入れて、新たな応援体験を味わってください。「あなたの夢が、みんなの財産になる」FiNANCiE →App Store(対応OS:iOS 12.0以上)はこちら https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/financie/id1470196162 →Google Play(対応OS:Android 6.0以上)はこちら https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.financie.ichiba ・Digital Entertainment Asset(DEA) web3エンタメで「世界No.1」を目指すDEAが提供する、遊んで暗号資産「DEAPcoin(DEP)」が稼げるゲームプラットフォーム「PlayMining」では、職業をテーマにしたNFTカードバトルゲーム『JobTribes』をはじめ、今後多数のゲームがリリース予定です。NFTの事前購入の必要がなく、誰でも無料でプレイして、「DEAPcoin」がGETできます。さらに「PlayMining」内のマーケットプレイスで、ゲームで使えるNFTの取引も可能。ゲームで稼げる「DEAPcoin」は日本の暗号資産取引所「BITPOINT」で取り扱われているので、安心して「GameFi」を体験いただけます。遊んで稼げるだけでなく、世界の誰かを助けられる「web3ゲーム」の可能性、まだ遊んでない人は「PlayMining」へ! →「PlayMining」はこちら https://playmining.com/?rid=l7uMteaX →『JobTribes』はこちら https://jobtribes.playmining.com/?rid=sASstDe4 ○関連リンク ニュースの詳細や、アーカイブやその他の記事はこちらから www.neweconomy.jp/

Bora Özkent'le Haddini Aş!
#360: Merkeziyetsiz Dünyada “Çalışarak” Para Kazanılmayacak

Bora Özkent'le Haddini Aş!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 12:43


Merkeziyetsiz otonom organizasyonlar ( DAO ) yepyeni çalışma ilişkileri yaratıyorlar. Blockchain teknolojisi üzerinde işleyen bu yapılarda çalışmanın ilginizi çekeceğine eminim. E-BÜLTENİMİZE ÜYE OLUN: Yazılılar da dahil olmak üzere ürettiğimiz içeriklerin tamamına ulaşmak web sitemize gelebilir, ücretsiz e-bültenimize abone olabilirsiniz ⇒⇒ https://www.haddinias.net HADDİNİ AŞ KULÜBÜ: Kişisel dönüşüm yolculuğunuzda canlı seminerler, özel eğitimler, yol gösteren e-rehberler, birebir mentorluk hizmetleri ve benzer amaçları olan insanlar burada ⇒⇒ https://bit.ly/2XN3bCM PODCAST: Kanalımın yayınlandığı tüm podcast platformlarına şu linkten ulaşabilirsiniz ⇒⇒ https://www.haddinias.net/podcast YOUTUBE: Teknoloji, yatırım ve girişimcilik alanlarında paylaşımlar yaptığım YouTube kanalım ⇒⇒ https://bit.ly/30MAjMF SOSYAL MEDYA: Linkedin: https://lnkd.in/gt97snS Twitter: https://lnkd.in/gKRwr5d Instagram: https://lnkd.in/gmc7Yk8 İLETİŞİM Bana Ulaşmak İsterseniz... Email adresim: bora@ozkent.co Kişisel web sitem: https://www.boraozkent.net

The Crypto Conversation
Pollen - Building DeFi 2.0

The Crypto Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 32:00


Pollen is a DeFi 2.0 asset management protocol that allows communities to curate fully optimized and dynamically rebalanced custom asset pools. Why you should listen Frederico Teixeira is a quant analayst at Pollen. Frederico is a Mathematician and holds a PhD in Computational Modelling from ETH Zurich. He has over 15 years of experience in the numerical solution of differential equations, high-performance computing, optimisation, uncertainty quantification, meta-modelling, and machine learning.  Pollen is a permissionless protocol that allows communities to launch fully backed Asset Pools that reflect their community's values. Pollen asset Pool allocations are optimized, continually rebalancing to ensure that the assets in the DAO outperform the market. Index Tokens are backed by dynamically rebalanced Asset Pools designed for markets that operate 24/7. Governance processes allow communities to launch asset pools on their terms, leveraging the collective intelligence from the Pollen protocol with the autonomy to grow, customize and develop to meet their community needs. Supporting links Pollen Andy on Twitter  Brave New Coin on Twitter Brave New Coin If you enjoyed the show please subscribe to the Crypto Conversation and give us a 5-star rating and a positive review in whatever podcast app you are using.

The Jasmine Star Show
Alternative Ways to Fundraise Your Business: Live from VeeCon

The Jasmine Star Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 28:31


You're missing out on a massive business opportunity that can possibly be game-changing for your business… and it's called a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization).If your eyes just glazed over like mine did the first time I heard this term, don't worry. That's what my partner-in-crime Daniel Di Venere is for!In this episode, Daniel explains everything we both need to know about DAOs, including:If DAOs are an alternative way to raise fundraising for your companyHow to host your own DAO on the blockchainWhy DAOs are important to small, medium, and large businesses alikeHow these organizations fit into web3 and what we learned previously in Crypto Curiousand more.Plus, we recorded this conversation LIVE from Gary Vaynerchuk's exclusive conference for VeeFriends holders, VeeCon. So you'll also hear a sneak peek at the speaker lineup, what Daniel and I were excited to learn, and our biggest takeaways so far.Without further ado, click play now!To start at the beginning of mine and Daniel's Crypto Conversations, download our free NFT Checklist! It will walk you through what you're learning in each episode of the series, as well as give you a place to take notes and keep track of buying your first NFT. Head to https://www.jasminestar.com/nftchecklist to download it now, and learn everything you need to know!

GM NFTs on Rug Radio

The show opened with heavy macro talks, diving deep into todays upcoming FED meeting that will drop the new interest rate number. We went through what influences this number and how it will influence the overall market going forward, great educational listen. There was a controversy with a DAO named Merit Circle that kicked one of their members Yield Guild Games and refunded their investment. The stage went into why this is big for DAOs in general and how laws and future investments could potentially view the event. A huge capital fund Starry Night Capital and Hedge Fund 3ac also going through major financial events, listen in for the goods! GM

This Might Be Helpful
Not Knowing

This Might Be Helpful

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 28:15


Hey!  This week on This Might Be Helpful, we look at the Taoist concept of the 'not-knowing' mind. We talk certainty, and certainty's certain pitfalls, and how approaching life from a beginner's mindset can foster fertile ground for the seeds of new ideas. Grateful, Cam    

Ventures
Web3 101 for Global Impact: Blockchains, DAOs, and NFTs for Preserving Languages :: with Michelle Schubert

Ventures

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:56


In this episode of Ventures, my guest Michelle Schubert (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-schubert-92b259158/) and I discuss a “Web3 101” from her perspective as a relative newcomer to the space, and we talk about her work with International Literacy and Development (ILAD, https://ilad.ngo/). We learn about her story leading into development work, how her team's upcoming “Stop the Extinction” NFT campaign is aiming to preserve languages all around the world, advice for those writing about and teaching Web3, and reflections from her attendance of Consensus 2022 in Austin, TX last week. Visit https://satchel.works/@wclittle/ventures-episode-101 for detailed notes and links to resources (videos, articles, etc…) mentioned. You can watch this episode via video here.   2:28 - Michelle's introduction and how/why she got involved with ILAD  4:34 - The four core competencies of ILAD: Agricultural development, educational development, business development, and human language technology. 6:24 - Human Flourishing - starting new businesses - why there are synergies between Prota Ventures and ILAD.7:13 - How does ILAD use the academic literature to define Human Flourishing and measure impact? ILAD's literature review link: https://ilad.ngo/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/ILAD-Literature-Review-Teammate.pdf?x64096 // ILAD's logic model: https://ilad.ngo/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/ILAD-Organization-wide-Logic-Model-Top-Red-1.pdf?x64096 8:24 - ILAD's tagline: “Local solutions to local problems” - a real-life story about this regarding ILAD's work.12:30 - The people doing the training are locals as well. A unique and inspiring model.13:01 - Michelle's Web3 journey, entrance into running NFT campaigns.15:00 - Story from Consensus 2022 in Austin, TX. 17:10 - Web3 101 session - what is Web3? 19:46 - A problem that so much Web3 literature out there is too advanced / jargony. 20:58 - So many creators in the Web3 space - where are the users coming from?21:35 - Web3 101 shotgun round: What are blockchains / DAOs / NFTs?28:14 - Decentralized Finance29:35 - What are the NFT campaigns that Michelle has planned for ILAD? 32:32 - Where will the money go? (into a DAO that works to preserve languages)33:28 - What has Michelle's entrepreneurial journey been like? Where is she on that journey?34:52 - How is Michelle thinking about the marketing strategy for this campaign? Eric Ries - “don't launch” // http://www.startuplessonslearned.com/2009/03/dont-launch.html 36:00 - When will there be a website? Where can people go right now to become more aware of it?  Get connected to Michelle and ILAD → https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-schubert-92b259158/ // https://www.instagram.com/the_exploracious/ // https://ilad.ngo/ 37:06 - What advice does Michelle have for those building, teaching, and writing about Web3?38:40 - What does the future of ILAD look like? If a ton of money is raised for this NFT campaign, what is ILAD going to be doing with it over time moving forward?

I Pledge Allegiance
Evgeny Gaevoy - Diving into Wintermute, DeFi, and Governance

I Pledge Allegiance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 54:52


In this episode, we chat with Evgeny Gaevoy, the co-founder and CEO of Wintermute. They're one of the largest market-makers in crypto, and are active across many different markets, chains, and products. Evgeny does not mince any words here, and we go into many topics including the origins of Wintermute, the current state of DeFi, and which protocols have moats (and which don't). We also discuss Wintermute's increasing participation in governance, why he thinks DAO governance is fundamentally flawed currently, and how it can be improved. --- Twitter: @EvgenyGaevoy | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition
Modernize or Die® - CFML News Podcast for June 14th, 2022 - Episode 152

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 66:56


2022-06-14 Weekly News - Episode 152Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/MeHqJm2w3Pk Hosts:  Gavin Pickin - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Daniel Garcia - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Thanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and all your favorite box-es out there. A few ways  to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: BUY SOME ITB TICKETS - COME TO THE CONFERENCE Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube.  Help ORTUS reach for the Stars - Star and Fork our Repos Star all of your Github Box Dependencies from CommandBox with https://www.forgebox.io/view/commandbox-github  Subscribe to our Podcast on your Podcast Apps and leave us a review Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week BOXLife store: https://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/shop Buy Ortus's Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportGoal 1 - We have 37 patreons providing 100% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. Goal 2 - We are 53% of the way to fully fund the hosting of ForgeBox.io PATREON SPONSORED JOB POSTING!Hagerty - MotorSportReg - 2 Job Opportunities for Senior Software Engineer, Motorsport - more in the job section.Watch the videoReady to get in the driver's seat? Join us! - https://bit.ly/3985J3U News and AnnouncementsINTO THE BOX - UpdatesInto the Box Super Early Bird ticket pricing is over, but you can still get the Early Bird. Last week we had the first couple of episodes of the Modernize or Die Podcast - Conference Edition for ITB 2022.To read all of our blog posts from ITB, visit the site or subscribe to RSS https://intothebox.org/blog This week we're going to be announcing the some more of the podcast episodes, like some workshop information, and a special announcement about more speakers and more sessions... but you'll have to wait and see.Into the Box 2022 Podcast Series: About the Conference with Gavin PickinInto the Box 2022 is coming up in September, 2022, hosted in Houston Texas. In this episode, Gavin Pickin answers a few questions about the conference, how it began, what's the format, who will be speaking there, and much more.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/into-the-box-2022-podcast-series-about-the-conference-with-gavin-pickin ITB 2022 Podcast Series - Workshop - Legacy Code Conversion To The Modern World! with Dan CardThis podcast is a special podcast for attendees or undecided attendees, to get a view of what the workshop has to offer. This workshop Legacy Code Conversion To The Modern World! with Dan Card, will start with an app that has been created as a single .cfm page. During the day we'll look at why the idea of refactoring is even worth considering if the code we have is working. What makes a site “traditional” vs “modern”? We'll start off looking at the issues that usually drive working on your code and how refactoring is definitely a process and the accumulation of many small changes rather than an single massive event.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/itb-2022-podcast-series-workshop-legacy-code-conversion-to-the-modern-world-with-dan-card.ITB 2022 Podcast Series - Workshop - TestBox - Getting started with BDD-TDD with Brad WoodThis podcast is a special podcast for attendees or undecided attendees, to get a view of what the workshop has to offer. Brad Wood talks about his upcoming workshop at Into the Box, he talks about who the ideal audience is, and why they should attend. He talks about what will the workshop cover, the requirements for the workshop, and what he hopes the attendees will leave the workshop with.https://www.intothebox.org/blog/itb-2022-podcast-series-workshop-testbox-getting-started-with-bdd-tdd-with-brad-wood ITB - Top Secret - Big Announcement - Special Pre-Conference Track Due to Covid and other reasons, some of the CFML Community Speakers will not be able to make this years Into the Box - but we wanted to include them anyways.After much discussion and debate, we eventually decided, in the efforts to maximize content, and ensuring we have speakers in front of attendees, the best option was to host a third track for the conference, and we're calling it the pre-conference track.The format: Dev Week format - Mon Aug 29th - Friday Sept 2nd. Each day will have 2 sessions, 11am CDT and 2pm CDT Sessions will be live, with Q&A via Zoom for ITB Attendee ticket holders. The recorded sessions will be provided to the ITB attendees for download to watch prior to the conference (on the plane for example) in case they cannot attend the live session. We will also have a viewing area on site, which will act like a 3rd track at the conference itself. Speakers will be announced next week New Releases and UpdatesA MEW feature has rolled out to the CommandBox Service Manager - Task ServicesA mew feature has rolled out to the CommandBox Service Manager module. In addition to servers, you can make a Task Runner daemon into a Windows, Mac, or Linux service as well. Great for MQ consumers, file system watchers, or scheduled tasks! https://commandbox-service-manager.ortusbooks.com/task-services Webinars / Meetups and WorkshopsICYMI - Online CF Meetup - "When Should I Use 3rd Party Libraries vs Roll My Own?", with Gavin PickinThere is always a trade-off between using a 3rd party library and rolling your version in software development. I often hear many of these points in discussions, but I wonder how many people know and consider them, so I wanted to share my pros and cons.This presentation will help convince you that libraries are not EVIL like so many haters believe. Choosing the right libraries will make you more productive and efficient, not lazy. We'll look at how to identify solid use-cases for using a 3rd party library in your application. It gives you a checklist of questions to help you identify the red flags of unsafe, unreliable, poorly supported, or ill-suited libraries.We'll look at some CF Landscape exampleshttps://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/286262739/ Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP-_U41zW9Q Online CF Meetup - “How to find, install and implement 3rd party libraries in CFML” with Gavin PickinThursday, June 23, 20229:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTIn this meetup, Gavin will show you how to find, install and implement 3rd party libraries in ColdFusion / CFML. He will look at how to find them, how to install them, whether they are zips, gists, copy page, package managers, or even Java Jar files. We'll look at the pros and cons of different approaches, and discuss the best practices for using those 3rd party libraries.Meetup Link: https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/286569044/ ICYMI - Live Stream Series - Koding with the Kiwi + FriendsSpecial Guest - Adam Cameron - Talking TDDFriday, June 10th, at 1pm PDTCFCasts Recording: https://cfcasts.com/series/koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends/videos/20220610-koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends-adam-cameron-tdd-testing Live Stream Series - Koding with the Kiwi + FriendsSpecial Guest - Kai Koenig - Talking Databases, ORM, and Database TestingFriday, June 17th, at 1pm PDTPatreon's check your email, there will be an email sent Wednesday with the registration link for the zoom call… or keep an eye out in the Patreon Only BoxTeam Slack channel or the Ortus Community Forum section.Not a patreon? Sign up today or wait for us to release the recording on CFCasts after the session.Ortus Webinar - June - Getting started with the Legacy Migration with Dan CardJune 24th 2022: Time 11:00 AM Central Time ( US and Canada )We will look at the process of converting legacy .cfm based sites into a more modern coding design which has less overall code, is easier to maintain and manage, mistakes and errors can more readily and speedily identified and fixed, and is easier to read.Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvceqsqj4vGd2jojyCgn7cUnytPpBeWvV5 View all Webinars: https://www.ortussolutions.com/events/webinars June 2022 Seattle ColdFusion User Group MeetingSending SMS messages using ColdFusion and the Twilio API with Leon O'DanielThursday, June 23, 20225:00 PM to 6:00 PM PDTWe are restarting our Seattle ColdFusion User Group meetings and are looking forward to meeting online with all of you.https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-ColdFusion-User-Group/events/285974950/ Adobe WorkshopsJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premiseWEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 20229:00 AM EDTAdobe ColdFusion WorkshopBrian Sappeyhttps://1-day-coldfusion-workshop.meetus.adobeevents.com/ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 20229:00 AM CETAdobe ColdFusion WorkshopDamien Bruyndonckx (Brew-en-dohnx) https://adobe-cf-workshop.meetus.adobeevents.com/ THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 202210:00 AM PDTExploring the CF Administrator: pt2Mark Takata https://exploring-coldfusion-administrator-2.meetus.adobeevents.com/ THURSDAY, JULY 28, 202210:00 AM PDTMaking games with Adobe ColdFusionMark Takatahttps://making-games-with-adobe-coldfusion.meetus.adobeevents.com/ FREE :)Full list - https://meetus.adobeevents.com/coldfusion/ Adobe and Carahsoft workshopsICYMI - Tuesday, June 7, 2022Adobe ColdFusion WorkshopCPE credit availableHosted By: Adobe & Carahsofthttps://www.carahsoft.com/learn/event/37401-adobe-coldfusion-workshopCFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.comJust Released LogBox 101Log Levels Publish your First ForgeBox PackageForgeBox Admin - Packages Koding with the Kiwi20220610 - Koding with the Kiwi + Friends - Adam Cameron - TDD Testing 2022 ForgeBox Module of the Week Series - 2 new Videos 2022 VS Code Hint tip and Trick of the Week Series - 2 new Videos Coming Soon Last couple of videos for Gavin Pickin - Publish Your First ForgeBox Package LogBox 101 from Eric Peterson Koding with the Kiwi + Friends Box-ifying a 3rd Party Library from Gavin More ForgeBox and VS Code Podcast snippet videos Conferences and TrainingICYMI - US VueJS ConfFORT LAUDERDALE, FL • JUNE 8-10, 2022Beach. Code. Vue.Workshop day: June 8Main Conference: June 9-10https://us.vuejs.org/ ICYMI - Apple WWDCJune 6 to 10https://developer.apple.com/wwdc22/ Quasar ConfPlease let us know about you and what you'd like to speak about in all things Quasar or Vue!!!Conference Date: Saturday, July 9th, 2022 - 3 p.m. GMTTHAT ConferenceHowdy. We're a full-stack, tech-obsessed community of fun, code-loving humans who share and learn together.We geek-out in Texas and Wisconsin once a year but we host digital events all the time.WISCONSIN DELLS, WI / JULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022A four-day summer camp for developers passionate about learning all things mobile, web, cloud, and technology.https://that.us/events/wi/2022/ Our very own Daniel Garcia is speaking there https://that.us/activities/sb6dRP8ZNIBIKngxswIt Adobe Developer Week 2022July 18-22, 2022Online - Virtual - FreeThe Adobe ColdFusion Developer Week is back - bigger and better than ever! This year, our experts are gearing up to host a series of webinars on all things ColdFusion. This is your chance to learn with them, get your questions answered, and build cloud-native applications with ease. Speakers have been announced Agenda has been announced https://adobe-coldfusion-devweek-2022.attendease.com/registration/form VueJS Forge After many requests - New Dates - July 13th-14thDue to many of you taking advantage of early summer vacations, we have decided to postpone the event to a date that will make sure as many of you as possible won't miss out on the opportunity to attend Vue.js Forge!Organized by Vue School_The largest hands-on Vue.js EventTeam up with 1000s of fellow Vue.js devs from around the globe to build a real-world application in just 2 days in this FREE hackathon-style event.Make connections. Build together. Learn together.Sign up as an Individual or signup as a companyCompany Deal - $2000 for a team of 5, includes VueSchool annual membership and guaranteed seat at the workshops at VueJS Forge as well… and you can pick your teamSneak Peek into the Project: Project Management SAAS Apphttps://vuejsforge.com/Into The Box 2022September 6, 7 and 8, 2022One day workshops before the two day conference!Super Early bird pricing ended May 31st, 2022 - Get the early bird price nowSign up for the workshops before they fill upConference Website:https://intothebox.orgITB Blog has new updates almost every day!CF Summit - OfficialMirageOct 3rd & 4th - CFSummit ConferenceOct 5th - Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion Certification Classes & Testshttps://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/ Registrations are now open.For just $99!Grab your early-bird tickets before June 30.Call for Speakers is now Open - No Closing Date - Submit soonFrom Slack re Adobe Certified ProfessionalThe Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion cert is a totally different, MUCH more difficult and comprehensive certification than the CF Specialist previously offered. Mark Takata, Nolan and Dave F + the CF engineering team, Elishia and Kishore all spent a week together building the new one and it is HARD. I highly recommend it as a test of your skills, I guarantee everyone will learn something new.Yes, but there's also over 100 hours of video to go over before the 1 day lecture + cert. So you watch videos, sit in class, then take the exam there. 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No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Strata Protocol & Metaplex Ep #68

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:27


Noah Prince (Co-Founder/ CEO, Strata Protocol) and Austin Adams (Lead Protocol Dev, Metaplex Studios) sit down with Austin Federa to discuss the integration of Strata's Dynamic Pricing Mint tool into the Metaplex Program Library.00:51 - What is Strata?02:12 - Challenges when launching a token04:43 - Why is Strata more successful than competitors?06:15 - Fundraise and the changing use cases of tokens on Solana08:47 - Changing mentalites around the function of tokens10:48 - How is Metaplex's approach different11:51 - Description of the flow using Strata13:25 - Mechanisms of dynamic pricing15:12 - Tools for dynamic pricing / Collusion19:06 - Metaplex and additional tooling21:54 - Optimizing Metaplex's architecture for the community25:05 - Advantages and drawbacks with metaplex's architecture29:44 - Metaplex and backward compatibility32:39 - Pitch for using dynamic pricing DISCLAIMERThe information on this podcast is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, without any express or implied warranty of any kind, including warranties of accuracy, completeness, or fitness for any particular purpose.The information contained in or provided from or through this podcast is not intended to be and does not constitute financial advice, investment advice, trading advice, or any other advice.The information on this podcast is general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented on this podcast without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional broker or financial advisor. Austin Federa (00:10):Welcome to The Solana Podcast. I'm Austin Federa. Today we're talking about a new partnership between Metaplex, the NFT implementation on Solana, and Strata Protocol, a toolkit that helps developers launch tokens. They've built some new tools to help creators set dynamic pricing for NFT mints and these change the economic incentives around NFTs which will hopefully reduce the botting of NFT mints. We're joined by Noah Prince, the co-founder, and CEO of Strata Protocol, and Austin Adams, a software engineer and lead protocol developer at Metaplex. Gentlemen, welcome to the Solana Podcast.Noah Prince (00:42):Thanks, Austin.Austin Adams (00:42):Thanks for having us.Noah Prince (00:43):Glad to be here.Austin Federa (00:44):Great. So let's go ahead and start out today with just an overview of, Noah, what is Strata and what are you guys trying to do in the space?Noah Prince (00:52):So Strata Protocol at its core is a protocol for launching tokens and managing the liquidity around those tokens. So we have a variety of different auction mechanisms, and we can launch tokens anywhere from small tokens that you don't really know who the counterpart of the trade is, there's not going to be much volume, all the way up to large tokens where you want to do a large offering and then eventually put those on a DEX. How we ended up getting into this space is just that our auction mechanisms for tokens also offer a solution for the NFT botting situation. So we thought long and hard about how to keep bots from botting the token launches that we have. And if you launch one of those tokens and then put it as the entry price to a Candy Machine, you get a dynamic pricing Candy Machine.Austin Federa (01:39):So let's talk a little bit just to kind of roll back to what Strata really is trying to accomplish here. You mentioned it's a solution for launching tokens and providing initial liquidity for those tokens. What are the challenges that people run into when actually launching a token? I think if you look across the space, you'd see that there are hundreds of different tokens run by hundreds of different projects across the Solana ecosystem, the majority of which were not launched with something like a launchpad or basically a protocol to help them go through that process. What are the challenges that people are facing when they're actually looking at launching a token?Noah Prince (02:12):Yeah. So I think token launching kind of comes in a few steps, right? The very first step is the ideation phase, where you're trying to figure out what your token is, do you have multiple tokens? What are the tokenomics? And somewhat in that same phase is where legal comes in. And to a lot of degrees, that is the hardest spot is where you're going to figure out what your token does. But a lot of times for people launching a token, there's this kind of big okay, we know what we want to do, but how do we physically create that token? And then how do we go and do things like auction that token off? I want to sell some of that token to investors. I want to sell some of that token to all of my community, how do we actually distribute that thing?Noah Prince (02:54):And then after that, there's the step where you've distributed it, you've collected some money for the token that you can use to bootstrap the project. And then you also want it to be tradable on a DEX or on an AMM. And then you go and set that up. So Strata is really there to help with the creation part of the token and for really small tokens, we also manage the liquidity. So if you don't want to even care about what is an AMM, what is a DEX, who is the counterparty to a trade? We have a way you can launch a token and it's basically one click. The protocol just takes care of all of it for you.Austin Federa (03:30):Yeah. So if you think about maybe a year ago, when someone was trying to launch a token, there was lots of technical components in actually creating and launching that token, but you'd have to go and submit something to the Solana token registry. You'd have to then go ahead and set up a permissionless pool on something like Serum. You'd have to go ahead and try and get it verified to get it actually listed there so it would show up in the list. Someone didn't have to add it as a custom market and all these things are functionally automated through you guys at this point, correct?Noah Prince (03:56):Yep. So for the most part, those things are automated. You still need to go and set it up on a AMM after you bootstrap the liquidity, but yeah, we're basically making it permissionless to go and do this. So the idea was to make it as easy to launch a token on Solana as it is right now to launch an NFT which Metaplex has kind of done a great job of.Austin Federa (04:16):And so there's been a lot of organizations that have tried to create launchpads or create basically systems of easier onboarding on the Solana blockchain. And a number of them haven't really gone anywhere, or they've been sort of overrun with, I would say very low-quality projects that are just trying to find a quick way to launch a token. What's the reason you think that Strata has had a bit more success here and not fallen into some of those traps?Noah Prince (04:43):Well, I think the first big trap there is talking about projects that are obviously disingenuous, they're trying to cash grab. They're not actually a real project. And when you talk about creating something permissionless, you want to get away from that, right? The barrier to entry should be low so that anybody can do it because tech is tech, but we don't want to be the ones that are creating the list of all the different tokens that we think that people should buy, right?Noah Prince (05:12):Equally, Metaplex isn't doing that. Metaplex doesn't go out and tell you which projects to buy. There are plenty of Launchpads that have their own lists that'll tell you who they think you should buy, and there are plenty of Twitter influencers who will tell you that as well. So that's one way that we're doing it. And then the other way that we're doing it is trying to make it easier for these projects that are smaller and maybe don't have all the idea of how to do everything that's complicated with launching a token, they just want a simple token. Things like social tokens are like little community chat projects, making it easier for those.Austin Federa (05:47):Some of the interesting things you guys have done in addition to the ability to create a new token or sell an existing token bootstrap liquidity is this idea of a fundraise and the dynamic pricing of NFT mints. On the fundraising side, what did you see in the changing ways people wanted to use tokens or the changing use cases of tokens on Solana that really led to the idea of a fundraise being something that a launchpad protocol should build tooling for.Noah Prince (06:14):Yeah. Fundraise was inspired deeply by ConstitutionDAO, which if you didn't see it, was this thing where a bunch of people on Eth just banned together, they said they were going to buy a copy of the Constitution of the United States of America. There was an open bidding that happened. I think they raised like $30 or $40 million and ended up getting outbid, but it was still this example of a community coming together and bootstrapping a ton of liquidity to do something cool. And the idea was that there will be shared ownership of the Constitution, or at least this copy of it after the bidding was done.Noah Prince (06:49):And so how you do that mechanically is just, you're collecting money into a pool that somebody then uses for the bid. And then as you're collecting money, people are getting a token that represents their share of that pool. And so even after you've used the money, they still have the token. And so with the ConstitutionDAO you had the people token. And that's just one of many ways to launch a token and why a launchpad is formatted like a wizard because we want it to be like a no-code tool where it asks you the questions that you need to answer to get towards launching your own token.Austin Federa (07:20):It's super interesting to think about the implications for some of the stuff for the intersection of real-world assets like something like a constitution and then the intersection of the ability to have full liquidity through something like a token mechanism for this. So I think that's a very interesting use case for it. And one of the great things I think about ConstitutionDAO when we saw that all happen is it's still going, right? There's still a community there. It's still passionate about this thing that they failed to create, but now is turned into something else which is in a large part, a lot of the story of NFTs on Solana as well, is that they start with one mission and suddenly something changes and Trash Pandas are now fighting plastic in the oceans, and all these other projects are building real community service kind of components into them.Austin Federa (08:05):When you're looking at the idea of a no-code solution here, what was the reasoning for something like that for more complex protocols? I guess the thing that I'm trying to tease out here is there's an assumption from a lot of folks that if someone's not sophisticated enough to figure out how to launch a token, they're probably not sophisticated enough to launch a project on a blockchain. That's obviously not necessarily the case, but that is part of why you've seen launchpads in general, or less code solutions be something that tends to have a lower quality project coming out of it in general. How do you respond to some of that criticism or look at the different ways that we just need to change our mentality around what a token's meant to be used for?Noah Prince (08:47):Yeah, I think there is that tendency, but as a dev, it's all about tools, right? For me, it's how can I get something done with the least effort possible that meets all the requirements. And so when you give tools to devs so that they can launch a token really easily, the devs can spend time focusing on the things that matter and not the things that don't. So part of it is that but also you need this primitive and you need this primitive to be easy because we're in the infancy of tokens right now, right? There's just one token. We're starting to see more complex systems like STEPN pop up where you have systems of tokens where that's just two tokens, all the way up to things like WOMBO, and BitClout, and Rally, where you have hundreds and hundreds of social tokens. And these things all start to interconnect together, and you can start to do really cool things when you can create systems of tokens. And that's something that you couldn't do in the past without this kind of primitive.Austin Federa (09:43):Yeah, it's fascinating. So, Austin, let's talk a little bit about the interface here with Metaplex NFT initial mints. So one of the things that we've observed over the last few months is that the increasing demand for NFT is on Solana. And also I would say real success of projects in building a strong community pre-launch has created situations where there is both a high incentive to bot the launch of an NFT, but also there's just extremely high demand for these things when they're coming up for initial mint. Some of that's driven by expectations that they might be able to flip them, but a lot of this is just organic community demand for a project that they feel very excited and interested in.Austin Federa (10:22):There's been a few attempts to create systems that would either increase the fairness or would try and reduce the incentives for botting. One of these was the Fair Launch Protocol which was created as sort of an extension of the Candy Machine toolkit, but Fair Launch Protocol never really caught on from a community standpoint. So what is sort of different in the approach here that you think is going to be successful in creating better incentives and dynamics?Austin Adams (10:48):I think the reason that this will be more successful is we will market it a lot harder than we marketed Fair Launch, but also the mechanics of Fair Launch weren't really, and they could have been changed they weren't really a great experience having to wait and then not knowing if you were going to get things. The NFT minter, once that sort of casino-style experience, they pull the lever, they get the thing they know right away, they're having fun, it's addicting. With the dynamic price mint coming in we get that addicting and fun feeling while still getting some technical protection against bots and making it a little bit more advantageous for creators. If they've created demand, they're getting rewarded for that demand.Austin Federa (11:38):Yeah. That's super interesting. So let's walk through, I guess, from both of you, what is the flow that both a creator and a user goes through if the project that they're trying to mint is using this new dynamic pricing powered with Strata?Noah Prince (11:52):Yeah. So the flow right now is a little bit broken up and that's kind of the point of this partnership, but right now you launch a normal Candy Machine through Metaplex, you grab the ID of that Candy Machine, and then Strata has a UI where you can plug in that ID and it converts it to a dynamic pricing Candy Machine. Now from a user standpoint, this looks pretty much exactly like the usual mint interface that you're looking, they're used to, right?Noah Prince (12:18):You just click a mint button, but the price is changing. So the price is just slowly ticking down and occasionally it bumps up when somebody purchases something and you can also switch tabs and you can go look at a price history plot. But as a user, you're trying to figure out at what point do you want to enter, right? At what price do you want to pay? And bots are playing the same game which is an unsolvable game. When do you enter a live market is a question that nobody knows the answer to. So it feels very much like a normal mint it's just that the price is moving and it's a game of who flinches first.Austin Adams (12:53):That's the current experience but as I'm sure you'll get to, we hope to create a deeper integration together that can utilize Strata's tech and Metaplex's tech for the entire experience without needing to go from one place to the other but using our new UIs and CLI tools, they can create a dynamic price Candy Machine that also gives us even more bot protections than we had before without having to go from one website to another.Austin Federa (13:25):So what is the dynamic pricing set based on? What are the mechanics that go into actually setting what that amount should be and how much volatility do you expect to see throughout the course of a typical 10,000 mint that might sell out in the course of several minutes?Noah Prince (13:43):Yeah. So generally, you want to establish what is basically the order of magnitude of the price. So something that's going to be in the 0.01 SOL range versus something that's going to be in the 10 SOL range, they're pretty different and it would be hard for any system to account for that. So generally what you're doing is you're setting kind of a range that you expect. So in the case of Divine Dogs, they were one of the very first ones that we did this with, they were minting an NFT that they thought would probably sell for two SOL. Now they're associated with the gods. And so 3.33 is a magic number for them. And so they actually set the starting price at 3.33 SOL and the minimum price at 1.1 SOL.Noah Prince (14:24):And so the idea was the minimum that they were willing to take as a project to get the funding to do what they needed to do was 1.1 SOL and they thought that people would pay up to 3.3 but probably not much more. And so what happened with that was I think the average price ended up being 2.32. But generally, you want the prices start slightly higher than what you think people will enter at so that bots don't have an advantage to spamming, they're just waiting for it to fall down and then it'll hit some fair price and it just oscillates around the fair price.Austin Federa (14:57):You mentioned a few things there where it sounds like projects have to do a bit of estimation around what they expect to see. What are the either software or just like human tools that someone should be looking at when they're trying to figure out where do they start with dynamic pricing?Noah Prince (15:13):Yeah. I mean, I think to a lot of degrees this is similar to right now people are just deciding a fixed price for their mint which is even more dangerous. You have no idea if it's going to sell out for that fixed-price or not. If you're a really hyped project, it probably will as long as you set it less than 10 SOL. But there's also a stigma, right? SolBears came out and set it to 10 SOL and people got pretty mad about it. So I think for most projects, this range of I mean, it depends what SOL's current prices, but right? This range of 1 to 5 SOL is generally reasonable. If you get really far off on the price, it can go above the starting price but we haven't seen that happen in practice. Usually, projects have a pretty good idea of what they're going to sell for or at least like a ballpark. They don't know exactly but they know a range.Austin Federa (16:05):Yeah, just because this was one of the first prominent uses of the Fair Launch Protocol where the community of degenerate Trash Panda Minters banded together and actually crashed the price. They all basically colluded against the project owners to mint at 0.1 SOL when the pre-mint tokens had been trading at 3 or 4 SOL on the exchanges and obviously, the price has gone up from there, but it's a very interesting dynamic when you give the community the tools to set their own pricing, you do open yourself up to a certain amount of collusion which I think is fascinating. No one would've thought that in a free market open system you'd be able to get a bunch of degens who are trying to optimize for the most value they can create to all band together and try and basically drive down the mint price of an NFT.Noah Prince (16:52):They also got to change their vote in the second half which made it a little less risky to bid small.Austin Federa (16:57):Yes. That's true. So that sort of one-tiered system is part of the dynamics here that you think make it more robust to get something like that.Noah Prince (17:06):Oh yeah. I mean, so we've done a couple of mints with it now and every single time in the Discords I actually hope that someone proves me wrong because it would be kind of interesting from a psychology perspective. But usually, there's a band of people in the Discord that are like, "Nobody buy. Nobody buy. We're going to let the price fall really low, like the bid small." But because it's so real-time, what ends up happening is it hits a number that's really, really good and it's just like a prisoner's dilemma. A few people defect and then everybody sees that a few people defect and all of a sudden the faction that was trying to hold back and not buy everyone starts buying and the price starts ripping because it's the lowest price that they're going to see.Austin Federa (17:47):Yep. Totally. It's really interesting the way those dynamics play out.Noah Prince (17:51):Yeah. Honestly, if your project gets hit by this and the people actually manage to do a prisoner's dilemma experiment where nobody defects, you have an amazing community, I don't even know that you need the money. Your community is incredible.Austin Federa (18:04):Yeah. It's worth noting that for the more successful projects out there, they have made many multiples of the initial mint revenue on secondary sale royalties. So it's kind of this interesting dynamic where you really want to bring the strongest community possible into an NFT project but the same time you need to fund appropriately for whatever your medium-term goals are to make sure you can actually deliver on any roadmap you've sort of laid out as a project which is really interesting. So when we're looking at some of the underlying architecture here and how it interfaces with Metaplex, I know there's a whole bunch of work on Metaplex that's been rebuilding a lot of the way that some of these contracts work. There's a whole expansion of what's possible on Metaplex coming soon. Austin, how are you thinking about additional tooling like Strata and other types of partnerships that will make it easier for a lot of this work that's being done to actually be deployed and usable? So the difference between reference implementation engineering and actually production engineering.Austin Adams (19:06):I think on a case-by-case basis, we always look at where we can stay generic and composable meaning one contract calls into the Metaplex contracts and the Metaplex contracts stay as this secure core that we audit very frequently and we're taking care of all that nonsense for the community. But in other cases, we identify a piece of technology that's really good and the composable way of doing it doesn't give us the guarantees necessarily that we want. And so we look at a deeper level of integration. The recent gains in shipping velocity that Metaplex is getting are coming more from CICD and looking at ways to improve our software stability so we are not scared to ship.Austin Adams (20:00):And I think that's what Metaplex is moving into as we're stabilizing and as we're trying to remain the base infrastructure for NFTs as well as move into some exciting new landscapes. So with this specifically, we do have some big changes coming to canning machines soon. We have some big changes coming to optional changes for everyone coming soon, but this one here falls right in line with our anti-botting work. And so we're heavily invested in making this as deep of a integration as it needs to be and shipping it as soon as possible, as well as shipping it not just in the contract level, but shipping it in our UIs and CLIs that are coming out or are out.Austin Federa (20:44):Yeah. Interesting. So I'd actually love to dig in a little bit more on how you're thinking about multiple layers of contracts or interoperable contracts that all can, I guess, give optionality in terms of how someone wants to deploy something. What are those different components and how are you thinking about... So classically, every time you have a contract talk to another contract, you've created an attack vector. This is most of the hacks that you see across DeFi and on Solana and on other places in Solana are non-validated fields. There's some ability for someone to inject something into the contract at a point that someone thought wasn't injectable that ends up creating an outcome that's not desirable for the users of that protocol or that contract.Austin Federa (21:28):That's like a very standard attack vector. So not to go too far into the security of this because of course that's maybe a separate conversation, but when you're thinking about that sort of multiple contract architecture, talking back to one central contract, what are the types of things you are thinking about or the Metaplex protocol is really thinking about from an architecture standpoint to make that secure, stable, but also upgradeable and able to respond to the needs of the community quickly?Austin Adams (21:53):Yeah, that's a great question. So I do believe it does depend on what the contract does in a large part, but generically, when we think about Web 2.0 land, when we've all created public APIs that take in user input, we can think about those as if they're analogous to we're allowing someone to direct their digital plumbing pipe at our digital plumbing pipe to use the euphemism or the saying that we're just all digital plumbers. I think I like that. One of the ways that we approach this is just being extremely careful on validating the input and being very restrictive with what specific instructions and what specific things a transaction can do when calling into our contracts.Austin Adams (22:47):So for example, with Candy Machine, although it is not as composable as other programs may be, we restrict the specific programs that can call out to Candy Machine and we restrict what they can do. We look at the instruction data using the instructions this far. For those who are non-technical that just means we can inside of the instruction or inside of the program, we can look at the instructions that are coming in and we can validate the input that's coming in. But for other programs such as AuctionHouse, we actually have purpose-built it to be composed over. And the way that we handle that is by bringing all the things that we want to make sure always stay secure into the contract.Austin Adams (23:33):So the token account creation, the mint creation, for example, the transfers, all of those are in the core AuctionHouse transaction protocol, but we've created this other system of composability called Auctioneer where people can put their additional logic such as token gating, timed auctions, even dynamic priced auctions via Strata can be done at that layer. So like I've said in summary, it does depend on the contract for Candy Machine because it's such a target for bots. We are very restrictive but we hope to find additional ways to loosen those things to allow more contracts to compose over it while still getting more bot, anti-botting guarantees.Austin Federa (24:20):It's kind of an interesting question here. When you think about on most layer ones or layer twos, the implementation of an NFT is something that's sort of done, I guess you called it the L1 or L2 level at the protocol level, as opposed to at the application level. Metaplex is a little bit different in its architecture, right? The tokens that are built are fundamentally still SPL-compatible tokens. And they're built more like an application level. And by application, I mean, it's not hard coded into the base Solana code. It's actually running on top of it which is a little bit different of an architecture than you see on something like Ethereum. What are the both advantages and challenges that both of you have run into because of that difference in architecture?Noah Prince (25:05):Yeah. So I did a deep dive at one point on composability on Solana versus Eth. Fundamentally, the NFTs on Eth and even the tokens that are on Eth are just following an interface. So it looks a lot like interfaced extension. I'm going to get real deep in engineering if I don't be careful here.Austin Federa (25:23):No, no, no, let's do it. This is the back half of the podcast.Noah Prince (25:26):Cool. Okay. Yeah. So it looks a lot like interfaced extension and classical object-oriented programming. So you think Java is the big example of object-oriented programming. Now Solana actually ends up looking a lot more like functional programming where you've got these contract endpoints that are effectively functions that operate over some state and then output a state. And then the next function can take that state and do something with it. Now, a lot of people will tell you when they're learning functional programming coming from object-oriented programming, it's scarier at first. It's like chewing glass. It's a little bit more complicated, but there's a lot more that you can do with it. And so like my example of composability actually is the current state of the integration with Metaplex where you talk about how there are different security vulnerabilities with checks, but a token is the absolute interface between us and Metaplex and that's the only interface.Noah Prince (26:26):The single check is whether or not you have the token that allows you to mint this Candy Machine and we just output that token. So we are a function that takes in some SOL and outputs a token. They are a function that takes in a token and outputs an NFT. And actually, they don't have to know about each other at all. It's only the user interface that knows about it. So this is how we generally deal with composability on Solana and why I like this model a little bit better, but I am a little bit of a functional programming maxi, so …Austin Federa (26:57):Austin, what about you?Austin Adams (26:59):Yes. I believe that the Metaplex model for NFTs is actually quite brilliant. And I'll talk about the pros first and maybe the cons second. I believe one of the reasons for our enormous growth is because our contracts are like APIs. You don't need to deploy your own contract. You don't need to manage that. You don't need to have everything that can be known about your implementation done ahead of time and then deploy an immutable contract. You can iterate and fail and try again and do new things on top of our programs without having to, one, manage the security of the program. Two, without having to really be an expert. And I know that you don't have to be an expert to launch an Ethereum NFT series because there's some great tools. But I think that's one of the reasons people choose Solana. Devs choose Solana, creators choose Solana to run their NFT projects is because the Metaplex contracts were brilliantly designed as APIs whereas they could have been designed in an interface model.Austin Adams (28:07):Now the cons of that are the Metaplex development team now needs to look at backward compatibility every single day. Any change that we make we have to micromanage that aspect all the time because we don't want to break anybody's use of the system. And through our DAO we need to ensure that what we're doing is reflective of what the community wants. So another con would be that some people see it as less decentralized, but in reality, because it's a community project, it doesn't seem so decentralized when you can build right on top of it and do whatever you need to because we try to keep the protocol light and do less things. I see that we can move into both areas. We can produce an interface-like system while getting these contracts as API feel. And I think that's some of the backbone of some things that you'll see coming out of Metaplex soon.Austin Federa (29:07):So when you think about something like backwards compatibility, what does Metaplex see as its sort of role and responsibility there, right? So famously for a number of years, Android had like seven different versions of the Android API that Google had to support because folks just would not update their apps. And Windows still has backwards compatibility with stuff that was probably about when most of us were born. What are you guys thinking about when you look at that sort of backwards compatibility and how long or what kind of functionality needs to persist for X amount of time?Austin Adams (29:44):So what we try to do is never break you unless it's security-related. If it's security-related, we fix it as soon as we can and we announce as quickly and as widely as we can. That hasn't happened very often and currently, we think that... We kind of take the semantic versioning approach where we will give you a long amount of time. Now we don't have a rigorous set amount of time yet. We're very new as a project if you think about it, but we will always provide you a new instruction and deprecate the old instruction and it works perfectly fine for a long time. And it's very rare. In fact, it's only happened once where we will remove old instructions. Part of that is looking at our contracts as APIs. And when you look at microservice patterns because that's how we think about them kind of is our contracts are microservices.Austin Adams (30:43):Look at the traffic of your instruction. If you're seeing it the traffic go down, people have moved to the other one, you're in safe territory to start announcing that, "Hey, we're going to start moving on from this specific instruction." But if you see it holding steady, that's a good signal from your community that that thing still needs to live or you need to educate and do more work. And that's how we'd like to see it. I think in the future, we'll see probably more rigorous guidelines around how long we're going to keep things out. But right now it's we'd be nothing without the people using it. So they're our top priority when we're shipping new things, we don't want to break anyone.Noah Prince (31:22):Yeah. I think at least how we've been approaching it with Strata is that I am very, very bearish on the idea that I'm never going to have to change anything. And so actually every one of our smart contract endpoints, every one of our arguments, every one of our piece of state has a V0 next to it. Some of them actually have a V1 already. And then in SDK land, so like in JavaScript, we wrap these calls with things that don't include V0 and we wrap them in interfaces such that if we ever have to change anything, we just bump it to V1 at the protocol level, change the interfaces, leave the V0 endpoints around for a while and then like Austin said, watch the traffic and then slowly deprecate them. But yeah, I mean, I think you kind of have to accept that these things are living, breathing things and like most APIs, you just have to version them. Now, a lot of people who don't have V0 next to their things, don't worry, you can put V1 next to anything.Austin Adams (32:19):It's okay.Noah Prince (32:19):And V0 is just the lack of a tag. It's okay.Austin Federa (32:22):So all of this depends of course, on creators and people launching NFT projects actually adopting and using the dynamic pricing tools. What's your pitch for why someone who's launching an NFT project should do it this way as opposed to doing it the way that's currently done.Noah Prince (32:37):Yeah. So one of the big things, I mean, even if you watch Frank, he is talking all the time about how he wants people who are long-term his project. He doesn't want paper hands. He doesn't want flippers, right? So right off the gate, you've got to acknowledge that having people that are just buying the project to flip it immediately aren't really good for your project long term anyway. I mean, if you were going to overprice your fixed price mint, you just weren't going to sell out. And so this will help you sell out which is ideally what you want, right?Noah Prince (33:09):Because you're picking the quantity of the mint so that you have a certain size of community. Now, if you had underpriced your fixed price meant, this actually means that you're going to get more funding to do what you want to do, right? And that's what matters is that you can actually execute on your roadmap. Now it's not like that price discovery isn't happening, right? It is still happening. If you price your mint at 2 SOL and the NFT is actually worth 10 SOL, it just drives up to 10 SOL on the secondary. But you know who makes that money? People who are flipping it and don't care about the project. So I would rather have that money go to the team than people who are flipping it any day of the week.Austin Federa (33:49):I'd love to hear from the Metaplex side what the pitch is to use it that isn't just it doesn't break the network.Austin Adams (33:55):Then I get nothing.Austin Federa (33:56):Because this is the thing is like one of the things about crypto is we have to assume everyone is a evil self-interested actor at all times who cares primarily about what they're trying to accomplish from a financial standpoint and isn't a altruistic actor trying to make the world's best-decentralized computing environment possible or else all of the assumptions of how blockchain works start to break down. So I think that's one of those questions that if either of you have something addressing that sort of side of things and-Austin Adams (34:25):Yeah, totally. I'll go with Metaplex's side of why I use dynamic price mint. So from the Metaplex side, we realize that Candy Machine has been botted so badly and we want to increase fairness for the collectors, creators, and the community. Just like Noah said earlier, we want to incentivize long-term holders, people to be a part of the project because NFTs are showing us they're more about community than they are really like a financial mechanism. They are a financial mechanism, but they've exposed this incredible new, psychological phenomenon.Austin Adams (35:01):For collectors, we've seen click farms, and bots, and extensions, not even if it hurts the network, but just hurting the experience. So one way that dynamic price mint helps is by making these click farms and botters, I mean, have to think twice, have to actually do some calculation, and have to do it in a fast and real-time manner. So this helps them be able to take part in the project even if they didn't get into the discords or other things like that at the right time, it's also going to help us move past this whole allow list trend in the community where you have to do all these specific things to get a spot and then you get a spot and you get a chance to mint, but then you don't actually get to mint. And so, hopefully, this makes the work that's required just being a part of the community and having the desire and the funds to mint.Noah Prince (36:01):Well said.Austin Federa (36:01):Awesome. Well, I think that does it for today. Thank you both for joining us to talk about this new launch of a Stratus support for dynamic pricing on Metaplex and creating new tools for creators to be able to actually implement this. If folks want to read more about it or want to consider using this for their next drop, where should they go to find more information?Noah Prince (36:22):Yeah. So for now it's actually, if you go to app.strataprotocol.com and you have a Candy Machine ID, you can launch one directly right there. We also have on docs.strataprotocol.com. We have extensive documentation on how to set up one of these dynamic pricing mints and a YouTube video on how to do one and even do one with a white list. In the future, we hope that this is directly on Metaplex's documentation and kind of more built as a first-class citizen into the Candy Machine and Metaplex's new UIs such that you don't need to be bouncing around from Strata to Metaplex. It's just there for you.Austin Adams (36:59):Yeah. 100% stay tuned on the Metaplex Docs and on our blog, Twitter, radio station. Oh wait, we don't have a radio station.Noah Prince (37:08):Yet.Austin Adams (37:09):Yet.Austin Federa (37:09):Great. Well, thank you both for joining us today.Austin Adams (37:13):Thank you, Austin.Noah Prince (37:14):Thanks for having us.