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A podcast tapping the brains of leaders across all verticals in the digital asset industry. Hosted by Tom Shaughnessy, Piers Kicks, and the team at Delphi Digital.

The Delphi Podcast Tom Shaughnessy

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A podcast tapping the brains of leaders across all verticals in the digital asset industry. Hosted by Tom Shaughnessy, Piers Kicks, and the team at Delphi Digital.

    Ryan “Fwiz” Wyatt: Head of YouTube Gaming on the Future of Blockchain Games, Web3, and the Creator Economy

    Ryan “Fwiz” Wyatt: Head of YouTube Gaming on the Future of Blockchain Games, Web3, and the Creator Economy

    In this episode, we sit down with Ryan “Fwiz” Wyatt, Head of Gaming at YouTube, who brings years of experience having worked in Major League Gaming, Machinima, and as a competitive gamer himself. Hear from Ryan on the role of Big Tech in the Web3 movement, how the world will transition to blockchain games, Web3’s impact on the creator economy and much more!


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.


    (00:00:20) – Ryan’s background.


    (00:01:47) – Ryan’s work at YouTube. 


    (00:06:07) – Big Tech’s role in the Web3 movement. 


    (00:08:47) – Ryan’s journey into the gaming industry. 


    (00:12:45) – The role of games in modern society. 


    (00:14:42) – Ryan’s involvement in crypto. 


    (00:21:12) – The most potent and interesting aspects of blockchain gaming. 


    (00:27:09) – Elements of Web3 games that will resonate with traditional gamers.


    (00:30:49) – The effects of spending populations migrating to Web3.  


    (00:33:58) – Traditional gaming corporations and Web3.


    (00:38:01) – What is missing from blockchain gaming?


    (00:41:21) – Crypto native games vs. games that abstract crypto elements away.


    (00:44:01) – DAO governance decision-making in games.


    (00:46:31) – Web3’s impact on the creator economy.


    (00:51:55) – Biggest learnings from working at YouTube. 


    (00:55:12) – The biggest threats to blockchain gaming. 


    (00:59:06) – Advice to builders in the space. 


    (01:02:11) – Rapid fire questions.


    (01:08:12) – Closing.


    Social links: 


    Ryan’s Twitter

    Ryan’s Linkedin


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries


    More


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    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.
    Tarun Chitra: Drinking 3 Redbulls a Day, Gauntlet’s Financial Modelling Platform, and the Future of Governance

    Tarun Chitra: Drinking 3 Redbulls a Day, Gauntlet’s Financial Modelling Platform, and the Future of Governance

    The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy sits down with Tarun Chitra, Founder of Gauntlet, a financial modelling platform that uses battle-tested techniques from the algorithmic trading industry to inform on-chain protocol management. The two discuss the intricacies of Gauntlet’s risk models, the future of governance, the state of artificial intelligence, and much more!


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.



    (00:01:23) – Tarun’s background / Moving into crypto.



    (00:16:44) – Overview of Gauntlet.



    (00:26:06) – Updating risk models.



    (00:30:16) – Are risk models independent?



    (00:34:27) – Getting to full automation.



    (00:41:29) – The future of governance.



    (00:45:58) – Automated governance modelling. 



    (00:49:09) – Sophisticated AI attack vectors.



    (00:52:12) – Thoughts on the state of AIs.



    (00:58:05) – Biggest goal for Gauntlet in the next year.



    (00:59:19) – Tarun’s favorite hair color.


    Social links: 


    Tarun’s Twitter

    Gauntlet Twitter


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries

    Gauntlet Website

    Gauntlet Blog


    More


    📺 Watch Video Interviews

    💬 Follow Delphi Podcast on Twitter

    ✅ Follow Delphi Digital on Twitter

    🧠 Access Delphi's Research


    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    Sahil Lavingia: Leaving as Pinterest Employee #2, Gumroad Creators Earning $500M, and Why Web2 Companies Can‘t Compete with Web3

    Sahil Lavingia: Leaving as Pinterest Employee #2, Gumroad Creators Earning $500M, and Why Web2 Companies Can‘t Compete with Web3

    The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy sits down with Sahil Lavingia, Founder of Gumroad, a powerful, but simple, e-commerce platform that helps creators monetize digital products and memberships. The two discuss Sahil’s decision to leave Pinterest, Web3’s edge over Web2, decentralizing Gumroad and shifting to a Web3 model, and much more!


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.


    (00:01:28) – Sahil’s background.


    (00:05:24) – The decision to leave Pinterest / Starting Gumroad. 


    (00:13:41) – Working through adversity. 


    (00:21:45) – Advice to crypto founders. 


    (00:36:56) – Decentralizing Gumroad. 


    (00:45:31) – Thoughts on merging Web2 and Web3. 


    (00:48:48) – Social credit and pseudonymity. 


    (00:53:07) – Why Web2 and Web3 are not mutually exclusive.


    (01:03:27) – Web3’s edge over Web2. 


    (01:09:15) – Pushing change forward on the societal level. 


    (01:13:41) – Sahil and Gumroad’s shift into Web3. 


    (01:20:35) – The most impactful idea in Sahil’s book.


    (01:23:43) – Closing


    Social links: 


    Sahil’s Twitter

    Gumroad Twitter


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries

    Gumroad Website

    Sahil’s Blog

    Sahil’s Book


    More


    📺 Watch Video Interviews

    💬 Follow Delphi Podcast on Twitter

    ✅ Follow Delphi Digital on Twitter

    🧠 Access Delphi's Research


    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 1 Std. 25 Min.
    ALL.ART: Solving Metadata, Intellectual Property, and Infrastructure for NFTs, $AART Token IDO, and the Case for Virtual Reality

    ALL.ART: Solving Metadata, Intellectual Property, and Infrastructure for NFTs, $AART Token IDO, and the Case for Virtual Reality

    The Delphi Podcast Guest Host and NFT/Gaming Analyst Jeremy Parris sits down with Vitomir Jevremovic and Jovan Tisma, Co-founders of ALL.ART, foundational NFT infrastructure built on the Solana blockchain. They discuss metadata, infrastructure, and intellectual property issues around NFTs, the $AART token IDO and NFT drop, VR ALL.ART and much more! 


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.


    (00:01:30) – Guests’ backgrounds.


    (00:03:08) – What is ALL.ART? 


    (00:10:31) – What is lacking in current NFT metadata & infrastructure.


    (00:21:12) – The intellectual property and licensing problem with NFTs. 


    (00:28:59) – Overview of Solsea.


    (00:39:51) – Details of the ALL.ART IDO. 


    (00:48:03) – The ALL.ART NFT collection.


    (00:50:17) – The case for virtual reality. 


    (00:56:16) – $AART token. 


    (01:03:35) – Advantages of having Solsea as a working product.


    (01:06:27) – Closing thoughts. 


    Social links: 


    Jovan’s Twitter

    Vito’s Twitter

    ALL.ART Twitter

    Solsea Twitter


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries

    ALL.ART Website

    ALL.ART IDO 

    Solsea Website

    ALL.ART Unity Wallet

    VR ALL.ART


    More


    📺 Watch Video Interviews

    💬 Follow Delphi Podcast on Twitter

    ✅ Follow Delphi Digital on Twitter

    🧠 Access Delphi's Research


    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.
    Superfluid: Streaming Salaries by the Second, Building Token Standards for Programmable Cash Flows, and Super App

    Superfluid: Streaming Salaries by the Second, Building Token Standards for Programmable Cash Flows, and Super App

    The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy sits down with Francesco George Renzi, CEO and Co-founder of Superfluid, a protocol building programmable money streams. The two discuss how streaming solves payment problems today, the potential of streaming as a DeFi primitive, using future cash flow for on-chain credit scoring, and much more.


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.


    (00:01:17) – Francesco’s background.


    (00:02:40) – The inspiration for starting Superfluid.


    (00:04:31) – Problems with payments today / Why streaming payments are better.


    (00:07:57) – Potential pushback from Web2.


    (00:10:22) – Superfluid usage in DAOs. 


    (00:12:47) – Getting started with Superfluid.


    (00:17:27) – Upgrading/downgrading tokens.   


    (00:19:40) – How gas cost savings are achieved. 


    (00:23:11) – Uses for streaming beyond payments.



    (00:29:58) – Future cash flow and on-chain credit scoring.



    (00:34:36) – What are Super Apps?


    (00:38:02) – Superfluid and L2s.


    (00:41:34) – Biggest challenge building Superfluid / Advice to founders.



    (00:44:45) – Closing thoughts.


    Social links: 


    Francesco’s Twitter

    Superfluid Twitter

    Superfluid Discord


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries

    Superfluid Website

    Superfluid App

    Superfluid Docs

    Ricochet Exchange Website


    More


    📺 Watch Video Interviews

    💬 Follow Delphi Podcast on Twitter

    ✅ Follow Delphi Digital on Twitter

    🧠 Access Delphi's Research


    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 45 Min.
    Terra Autumn Series Ep. 7: Introducing Ultimate Composability, Refracting Digital Assets with PRISM

    Terra Autumn Series Ep. 7: Introducing Ultimate Composability, Refracting Digital Assets with PRISM

    Head of Delphi Labs Jose Maria Macedo sits down with Hyperion, General Manager of PRISM, a protocol that “refracts” digital assets into yield and principal components, enabling the next level of DeFi composability. The two discuss the potential of interest rate derivatives in crypto, projections for principal and yield tokens, the composability of these refracted assets, and much more!


    Show Notes: 


    (00:00:00) – Introduction.


    (00:01:27) – Hyperion’s background.


    (00:05:42) – Deciding to build in crypto.


    (00:07:27) – Interest rate derivatives in TradFi. 


    (00:11:09) – Using interest rate derivatives as a hedge. 


    (00:14:40) – The size of the interest rate derivatives market. 


    (00:16:50) – The founding basis of PRISM.


    (00:17:45) – Bonding / yield curves in crypto. 


    (00:22:06) – The user journey on PRISM. 


    (00:23:45) – Price expectations for pLuna and yLuna.  


    (00:29:37) – Long/short strategies for pLuna and yLuna.


    (00:32:10) – Perpetuals for pLuna.


    (00:34:35) – Fixed maturity on the tokens.



    (00:37:15) – The relationship between p tokens and y tokens. 


    (00:38:57) – Tokens beyond pLuna and yLuna. 


    (00:42:08) – The possibilities for aUST?


    (00:44:48) – Additional functionalities on PRISM. 


    (00:48:01) – The $PRISM token. 


    (00:53:11) – Composability use-cases for PRISM. 


    (00:55:24) – Why interest rate derivatives have not gained traction in crypto.


    (00:59:41) – The core interest rates in crypto.



    (01:03:52) – Closing thoughts. 


    Social links: 


    Hyperion’s Twitter

    PRISM Twitter

    PRISM Telegram

    PRISM Discord


    Resources: 


    Delphi Podcast Summaries

    PRISM Website

    PRISM Litepaper


    More


    📺 Watch Video Interviews

    💬 Follow Delphi Podcast on Twitter

    ✅ Follow Delphi Digital on Twitter

    🧠 Access Delphi's Research


    Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi’s transparency page can be viewed here.

    • 1 Std. 6 Min.

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