Legacy finance is broken. Can decentralized blockchain networks help create a more efficient, fair and open financial system that contributes to improving social good? Tune in to the Chorus One Podcast every Monday to dive deep into protocols and projects working to realize this future.
#50 Mina: Use Cases for Snapps & Snarketplace Dynamics
On the show today, we have Bijan Sharohki, Head of Product and Brandon Case, Head of Product Engineering from O1 labs, the development company working on Mina. Mina is the first protocol to use recursive zero-knowledge proofs to track the entire state of a blockchain.
#49 Connext: Trustless and Fast Interoperability
On the show today, we have Arjun Bhuptani, founder of Connext. Connext is an interoperability network, which is going to market with NXTP, a non-custodial cross-chain protocol. Connext is trustless, meaning there is no trust placed in external validators outside 2 native blockchains where a cross-chain transaction is occurring.
#48 Stargaze: Unleashing NFTs into the Cosmos with Shane Vitarana
On the show today, we have Shane Vitarana, co-founder of Stargaze. Stargaze is a fully decentralised NFT marketplace.
#47 Wormhole: A Pathway for All Blockchain Information
On the show today, we have Hendrik Hofstadt, director of digital assets at Jump Trading and core contributor to Wormhole. Wormhole is a simple, generic protocol that delivers a pathway for any kind of information—funds, votes, programs and more—from any blockchain in the network to any other.
#46 Umee: Building the Term Structure of Staking Reward Rates
On the show today we have Brent Xu, founder of Umee. Umee is a suite of cross-chain DeFi protocols that interconnects between Cosmos and Ethereum.
#45 Axelar: Consensus Agnostic Interoperability with Sergey Gorbunov
On the show today, we have Sergey Gorbunov, co-founder of Axelar. Axelar network is a decentralized state machine responsible for facilitating cross-chain requests.