June 24th, 2020 | 59 mins 25 secs
blockchain, blockchain scaling, eth2.0, layer 1, scaling, sharding, solana, vdfs
This week, Anna and guest host Georgios Konstantopoulos chat with Anatoly Yakovenko from Solana network. They learn about this system and discuss the innovations that allow them to achieve high performance without sharding.
February 27th, 2019 | 1 hr 5 mins
blockchain, eth2.0, ethereum, sharding, tech talk, technical
In this week's episode, Anna and Fredrik chat with Danny Ryan from the Ethereum Foundation about the ETH2.0 project. We cover how ETH2.0 came to be, how it works, the new roadmap, and where the project is headed.
October 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
blockchain, polkadot, sharding, substrate, web3
We finally sit down with Gavin to go through a bit of what Parity has been working on with Polkadot and Substrate. We talk about Polkadot early history and who was involved and where the idea spawned, up to coding practices and where Substrate became a thing.
August 8th, 2018 | 55 mins 8 secs
blockchain, ethereum, pos, prysmatic labs, scaling ethereum, scaling solutions, sharding, side chains
In this episode, we sit down with Raul & Preston from Prysmatic Labs to discuss sharding, the evolution of the spec, Ethereum 2.0, what happens to a side chain during a hard fork, and whats coming up for this important scaling solution.
April 5th, 2018 | 41 mins 19 secs
asic, conferences, ethcc, news, rust, sharding, testnets, wasm, zksummit
We welcome Jack back to the show to discuss what's been going on in our world for the past month. We share a little review of our recent event - the Zero Knowledge Summit - and an update from the Taiwan Sharding Workshop. We also discuss the role of testnets and explore the purpose and practice of ASIC resistance.
March 22nd, 2018 | 44 mins 8 secs
plasma, plasma-cash, rent, scaling, sharding, storage
Plasma is a new type of scaling solution that Karl is helping to develop, and Phil tries to tear it apart. Phil also introduces the topic of storage rent, which is an uncomfortable truth we'll have to face sooner rather than later.