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Enigma’s new podcast “Decentralize This!” features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise — all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future?

Latest Episodes

Ep 33 - John Wolpert - Embracing the Boring to Build a Stateful, Decentralized Internet

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirty-third episode features John Wolpert. John currently works at Consensys on the Web3Studio team, helping drive adoption of the decentralized web by identifying and building solutions using decentralized technologies. John has decades of entrepreneurial experience and previously co-founded IBM's blockchain business unit as well as Hyperledger Fabric. He also currently helps lead the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance's Mainnet Working Group, where Enigma is a contributing member. On this episode, John talks about why the world needs a single "mainnet", how to "embrace the boring" with blockchain, the new relationship between public and private blockchains, the importance of protecting sensitive data and business logic, and why everyone should get on board the "Magic Bus". Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: John's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jwolpert Consensys: https://www.consensys.net EEA: https://www.entethalliance.org Enigma: https://www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: https://blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

46 MIN2 w ago
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Ep 33 - John Wolpert - Embracing the Boring to Build a Stateful, Decentralized Internet

Ep 32 - Roneil Rumburg - Building a Decentralized Music Industry

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirty-second episode features Roneil Rumburg. Roneil is the co-founder and CEO of Audius, a decentralizedmusic streaming and hosting platform that’s hoping to disrupt the music industry for the benefit of artists. Audius allows artists to freely share their work or work-in-progress with a dedicated community. The platform already features a bunch of high profile DJs and artists, including deadmau5 and Zed’s Dead. Audius also recently raised a new funding round to support and scale their vision. On this episode, Roneil talks about what problems Audius solves for musicians and the music industry, why artists are so excited about the potential of blockchain, and how music could be the killer use case for getting decentralized technologies into the hands of millions of users. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: Audius: www.audius.co Audius in TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2019/09/24/audius-music/ Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

48 MINOCT 26
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Ep 32 - Roneil Rumburg - Building a Decentralized Music Industry

Ep 31 - Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Libra, Governments, and Other Threats to Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirtieth episode features Andreas M. Antonopoulos. Andreas is a best-selling author, speaker, educator, and one of the world’s foremost bitcoin and open blockchain experts. In 2014, he wrote the one of the foundational books of the blockchain space, Mastering Bitcoin. He is also the author of The Internet of Money as well as his most recent book, Mastering Ethereum. He is widely respected in the blockchain space for not only his knowledge and ceaseless curiosity about decentralized technologies, but also for his extreme generosity in teaching others. On this wide-ranging episode, Andreas talks about how the public’s perception of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies has shifted in the last decade, how Libra and centralized digital currencies will affect open blockchains (as well as our human rights), and how people inside and outside the decentralization space can and should work together to fight these growing threats. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: Andreas' website: https://aantonop.com Andreas' Twitter: https://twitter.com/aantonop Mastering Bitcoin: https://github.com/bitcoinbook/bitcoinbook Enigma: https://www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: https://blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/enigmampc

54 MINOCT 9
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Ep 31 - Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Libra, Governments, and Other Threats to Decentralization

Ep 30 - Kevin Owocki - Building a Sustainable and Decentralized Open-Source Ecosystem

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirtieth episode features Kevin Owocki. Kevin is the founder and self-described chief janitor of Gitcoin, a blockchain-based incentivization layer for open-source software. Gitcoin helps connect developers eager to contribute to open source projects with projects offering bounties for development work. Kevin himself is an experienced developer and passionate about strengthening the foundations and expanding the impact of open-source software. On this episode Kevin talks with Tor about the beginnings and future of Gitcoin, what sustainability means for open source and blockchain, and how to design for humans in a space that often abstracts them away. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Kevin’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/owocki Gitcoin: https://www.gitcoin.co Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

42 MINJUL 24
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Ep 30 - Kevin Owocki - Building a Sustainable and Decentralized Open-Source Ecosystem

Ep 29 - John Egan - Creating, Selling, and Decentralizing Digital Artwork

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-ninth episode features John Egan. John is the cofounder and CEO of Editional, an application where you can create and discover limited edition digital art. John is an experienced product builder and leader - he previously led Facebook’s Workplace product and founded Caffeinated Mind, a YCombinator-funded startup. John and Editional are helping show how blockchain and NFTs can shape the future of the digital art world - and perhaps much more. On this episode John talks with Tor about how Editional solves problems for artists and collectors, the importance of digital scarcity, and how the decentralized digital art stack is evolving, from originating to purchasing to displaying art. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: John's Twitter: https://twitter.com/john3gan Editional: https://www.editional.com Editional Twitter: https://twitter.com/editionalapp Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

44 MINJUL 2
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Ep 29 - John Egan - Creating, Selling, and Decentralizing Digital Artwork

Ep 28 - Nathaniel Whittemore - The Internal and External Narratives of Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-eighth episode features Nathaniel Whittemore. Nathaniel is a communications specialist in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space, and he is the mastermind behind Long Reads Sunday, where he curates the best content in the blockchain and decentralization space. He is deeply interested in how narratives evolve in our industry and the way these stories shape what we build, what we use, and what we believe. On this episode Nathaniel talks with me about the rapidly evolving narrative of privacy, how telling the right stories can drive mass adoption of new technologies, and how the gap is still widening between how the public sees blockchain and how the blockchain space sees itself. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: More about Nathaniel:www.whittemore.io Twitter (and Long Reads Sunday):www.twitter.com/nlw Narrative Watch: https://medium.com/@nlw/narrative-watch-spring-2019-edition-56d8eeadaa42 Enigma:www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

56 MINJUN 6
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Ep 28 - Nathaniel Whittemore - The Internal and External Narratives of Decentralization

Ep 27 - Angela Walch - Difficult Definitions and the Veil of Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-seventh episode features Angela Walch. Angela is a Professor of Law at St. Mary's University School of Law. Her research focuses on money and the law, cryptocurrencies, blockchain technologies, and financial stability. She is a self-described skeptic of blockchain technology, and she's considered one of the leading legal experts on many of the complexities being created by decentralized technologies. Angela has presented her work at Harvard Law School, Stanford University, the Federal Reserve, and the London School of Economics, among others. On this episode Angela talks about the difficulty in defining terms like "decentralization" and "trustless", who makes the ultimate determination on whether something is decentralized, what are the weaknesses she sees in blockchain governance, and how despite her overall skepticism, some of these new technologies might actually hold real promise. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: More about Angela: www.angelawalch.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/angela_walch Deconstructing Decentralization: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3326244 Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

45 MINMAY 11
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Ep 27 - Angela Walch - Difficult Definitions and the Veil of Decentralization

Ep 26 - Jake Brukhman - Generalized Mining for Decentralized Networks

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-sixth episode features Jake Brukhman. Jake is the founder of CoinFund, a cryptoasset-focused investment and research firm founded in 2015. CoinFund directly engages with decentralized networks and contributes support to companies designing blockchain protocols and applications - something they've referred to as "generalized mining." Jake himself has a technical background, previously studying mathematics and computer science and working as a technical product lead at Amazon. On this episode Jake talks about the vision he had for CoinFund in 2015, why he embraces the term "generalized mining" (and how he defines it), the future of decentralized finance on Ethereum, and why 2019 might be the year of decentralized governance. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: CoinFund: https://coinfund.io Grassfed Network: https://grassfed.network Jake's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jbrukh Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

54 MINAPR 26
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Ep 26 - Jake Brukhman - Generalized Mining for Decentralized Networks

Ep 25 - Kyle Samani - What Will Drive Consumer Adoption of Decentralized Platforms

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-fifth episode features Kyle Samani. Kyle is a managing partner at Multicoin Capital, a cryptoasset fund whose stated mission is “to accelerate the transition from the centralized institutions of the Industrial Age to the decentralized institutions of the Internet Age.” Kyle is a serial entrepreneur in the tech world, having previously founded a company in the cutting-edge field of augmented reality before it was acquired. He also frequently writes about his work at Multicoin and his personal perspectives on technology — including the crypto space. On this episode Kyle talks about how smart contracts could supplant our financial system, the underrated importance of key management solutions, the weird relationship between crypto and leverage, and what he looks for when he’s trying to answer the question: “What comes next?” Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Multicoin Capital:https://multicoin.capital Kyle’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/kylesamani Enigma:www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

49 MINAPR 17
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Ep 25 - Kyle Samani - What Will Drive Consumer Adoption of Decentralized Platforms

Ep 24 - Alexis Gauba - How We Can Build an Inclusive Decentralized Future

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-fourth episode features Alexis Gauba. Alexis is the cofounder of Mechanism Labs, an open-source research lab focused on studying consensus, scalability, usability, and other aspects of decentralized systems. She is also the cofounder and executive director of SHE256, a non-profit focused on increasing diversity and breaking down barriers to entry for the blockchain and decentralization space. Alexis is currently a student at UC Berkeley working on a degree in computer science, and she’s been very active in getting student communities more engaged with blockchain. On this episode Alexis talks about diversity of builders and users in the blockchain space, how mentorship and education can contribute to a more sustainable and open ecosystem, and the role of design and design thinking in creating products that get adopted by millions of users worldwide. Enigma's new podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Mechanism Labs: https://mechanismlabs.io SHE256: https://she256.io Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

50 MINMAR 27
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Ep 24 - Alexis Gauba - How We Can Build an Inclusive Decentralized Future

Latest Episodes

Ep 33 - John Wolpert - Embracing the Boring to Build a Stateful, Decentralized Internet

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirty-third episode features John Wolpert. John currently works at Consensys on the Web3Studio team, helping drive adoption of the decentralized web by identifying and building solutions using decentralized technologies. John has decades of entrepreneurial experience and previously co-founded IBM's blockchain business unit as well as Hyperledger Fabric. He also currently helps lead the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance's Mainnet Working Group, where Enigma is a contributing member. On this episode, John talks about why the world needs a single "mainnet", how to "embrace the boring" with blockchain, the new relationship between public and private blockchains, the importance of protecting sensitive data and business logic, and why everyone should get on board the "Magic Bus". Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: John's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jwolpert Consensys: https://www.consensys.net EEA: https://www.entethalliance.org Enigma: https://www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: https://blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

46 MIN2 w ago
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Ep 33 - John Wolpert - Embracing the Boring to Build a Stateful, Decentralized Internet

Ep 32 - Roneil Rumburg - Building a Decentralized Music Industry

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirty-second episode features Roneil Rumburg. Roneil is the co-founder and CEO of Audius, a decentralizedmusic streaming and hosting platform that’s hoping to disrupt the music industry for the benefit of artists. Audius allows artists to freely share their work or work-in-progress with a dedicated community. The platform already features a bunch of high profile DJs and artists, including deadmau5 and Zed’s Dead. Audius also recently raised a new funding round to support and scale their vision. On this episode, Roneil talks about what problems Audius solves for musicians and the music industry, why artists are so excited about the potential of blockchain, and how music could be the killer use case for getting decentralized technologies into the hands of millions of users. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: Audius: www.audius.co Audius in TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2019/09/24/audius-music/ Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

48 MINOCT 26
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Ep 32 - Roneil Rumburg - Building a Decentralized Music Industry

Ep 31 - Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Libra, Governments, and Other Threats to Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirtieth episode features Andreas M. Antonopoulos. Andreas is a best-selling author, speaker, educator, and one of the world’s foremost bitcoin and open blockchain experts. In 2014, he wrote the one of the foundational books of the blockchain space, Mastering Bitcoin. He is also the author of The Internet of Money as well as his most recent book, Mastering Ethereum. He is widely respected in the blockchain space for not only his knowledge and ceaseless curiosity about decentralized technologies, but also for his extreme generosity in teaching others. On this wide-ranging episode, Andreas talks about how the public’s perception of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies has shifted in the last decade, how Libra and centralized digital currencies will affect open blockchains (as well as our human rights), and how people inside and outside the decentralization space can and should work together to fight these growing threats. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? --- Relevant links: Andreas' website: https://aantonop.com Andreas' Twitter: https://twitter.com/aantonop Mastering Bitcoin: https://github.com/bitcoinbook/bitcoinbook Enigma: https://www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: https://blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/enigmampc

54 MINOCT 9
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Ep 31 - Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Libra, Governments, and Other Threats to Decentralization

Ep 30 - Kevin Owocki - Building a Sustainable and Decentralized Open-Source Ecosystem

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our thirtieth episode features Kevin Owocki. Kevin is the founder and self-described chief janitor of Gitcoin, a blockchain-based incentivization layer for open-source software. Gitcoin helps connect developers eager to contribute to open source projects with projects offering bounties for development work. Kevin himself is an experienced developer and passionate about strengthening the foundations and expanding the impact of open-source software. On this episode Kevin talks with Tor about the beginnings and future of Gitcoin, what sustainability means for open source and blockchain, and how to design for humans in a space that often abstracts them away. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Kevin’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/owocki Gitcoin: https://www.gitcoin.co Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

42 MINJUL 24
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Ep 30 - Kevin Owocki - Building a Sustainable and Decentralized Open-Source Ecosystem

Ep 29 - John Egan - Creating, Selling, and Decentralizing Digital Artwork

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-ninth episode features John Egan. John is the cofounder and CEO of Editional, an application where you can create and discover limited edition digital art. John is an experienced product builder and leader - he previously led Facebook’s Workplace product and founded Caffeinated Mind, a YCombinator-funded startup. John and Editional are helping show how blockchain and NFTs can shape the future of the digital art world - and perhaps much more. On this episode John talks with Tor about how Editional solves problems for artists and collectors, the importance of digital scarcity, and how the decentralized digital art stack is evolving, from originating to purchasing to displaying art. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: John's Twitter: https://twitter.com/john3gan Editional: https://www.editional.com Editional Twitter: https://twitter.com/editionalapp Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

44 MINJUL 2
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Ep 29 - John Egan - Creating, Selling, and Decentralizing Digital Artwork

Ep 28 - Nathaniel Whittemore - The Internal and External Narratives of Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-eighth episode features Nathaniel Whittemore. Nathaniel is a communications specialist in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space, and he is the mastermind behind Long Reads Sunday, where he curates the best content in the blockchain and decentralization space. He is deeply interested in how narratives evolve in our industry and the way these stories shape what we build, what we use, and what we believe. On this episode Nathaniel talks with me about the rapidly evolving narrative of privacy, how telling the right stories can drive mass adoption of new technologies, and how the gap is still widening between how the public sees blockchain and how the blockchain space sees itself. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: More about Nathaniel:www.whittemore.io Twitter (and Long Reads Sunday):www.twitter.com/nlw Narrative Watch: https://medium.com/@nlw/narrative-watch-spring-2019-edition-56d8eeadaa42 Enigma:www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

56 MINJUN 6
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Ep 28 - Nathaniel Whittemore - The Internal and External Narratives of Decentralization

Ep 27 - Angela Walch - Difficult Definitions and the Veil of Decentralization

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-seventh episode features Angela Walch. Angela is a Professor of Law at St. Mary's University School of Law. Her research focuses on money and the law, cryptocurrencies, blockchain technologies, and financial stability. She is a self-described skeptic of blockchain technology, and she's considered one of the leading legal experts on many of the complexities being created by decentralized technologies. Angela has presented her work at Harvard Law School, Stanford University, the Federal Reserve, and the London School of Economics, among others. On this episode Angela talks about the difficulty in defining terms like "decentralization" and "trustless", who makes the ultimate determination on whether something is decentralized, what are the weaknesses she sees in blockchain governance, and how despite her overall skepticism, some of these new technologies might actually hold real promise. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: More about Angela: www.angelawalch.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/angela_walch Deconstructing Decentralization: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3326244 Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

45 MINMAY 11
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Ep 27 - Angela Walch - Difficult Definitions and the Veil of Decentralization

Ep 26 - Jake Brukhman - Generalized Mining for Decentralized Networks

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-sixth episode features Jake Brukhman. Jake is the founder of CoinFund, a cryptoasset-focused investment and research firm founded in 2015. CoinFund directly engages with decentralized networks and contributes support to companies designing blockchain protocols and applications - something they've referred to as "generalized mining." Jake himself has a technical background, previously studying mathematics and computer science and working as a technical product lead at Amazon. On this episode Jake talks about the vision he had for CoinFund in 2015, why he embraces the term "generalized mining" (and how he defines it), the future of decentralized finance on Ethereum, and why 2019 might be the year of decentralized governance. Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: CoinFund: https://coinfund.io Grassfed Network: https://grassfed.network Jake's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jbrukh Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

54 MINAPR 26
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Ep 26 - Jake Brukhman - Generalized Mining for Decentralized Networks

Ep 25 - Kyle Samani - What Will Drive Consumer Adoption of Decentralized Platforms

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-fifth episode features Kyle Samani. Kyle is a managing partner at Multicoin Capital, a cryptoasset fund whose stated mission is “to accelerate the transition from the centralized institutions of the Industrial Age to the decentralized institutions of the Internet Age.” Kyle is a serial entrepreneur in the tech world, having previously founded a company in the cutting-edge field of augmented reality before it was acquired. He also frequently writes about his work at Multicoin and his personal perspectives on technology — including the crypto space. On this episode Kyle talks about how smart contracts could supplant our financial system, the underrated importance of key management solutions, the weird relationship between crypto and leverage, and what he looks for when he’s trying to answer the question: “What comes next?” Enigma's podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Multicoin Capital:https://multicoin.capital Kyle’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/kylesamani Enigma:www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter:www.twitter.com/enigmampc

49 MINAPR 17
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Ep 25 - Kyle Samani - What Will Drive Consumer Adoption of Decentralized Platforms

Ep 24 - Alexis Gauba - How We Can Build an Inclusive Decentralized Future

Hosted by Enigma's Head of Growth Tor Bair, our twenty-fourth episode features Alexis Gauba. Alexis is the cofounder of Mechanism Labs, an open-source research lab focused on studying consensus, scalability, usability, and other aspects of decentralized systems. She is also the cofounder and executive director of SHE256, a non-profit focused on increasing diversity and breaking down barriers to entry for the blockchain and decentralization space. Alexis is currently a student at UC Berkeley working on a degree in computer science, and she’s been very active in getting student communities more engaged with blockchain. On this episode Alexis talks about diversity of builders and users in the blockchain space, how mentorship and education can contribute to a more sustainable and open ecosystem, and the role of design and design thinking in creating products that get adopted by millions of users worldwide. Enigma's new podcast "Decentralize This!" features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise - all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future? ---- Relevant links: Mechanism Labs: https://mechanismlabs.io SHE256: https://she256.io Enigma: www.enigma.co Enigma Blog: blog.enigma.co Enigma Twitter: www.twitter.com/enigmampc

50 MINMAR 27
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Ep 24 - Alexis Gauba - How We Can Build an Inclusive Decentralized Future
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