A 10-min long show to learn about blockchains, cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, NFTs, decentralized finance and more through simple explanations and examples so you can feel comfortable and confident interacting with and investing in crypto.
This podcast is produced by ZenGo and is not financial advice. Learn more at https://zengo.com
What is ENS?
Crypto wallet addresses are not very human-friendly. But one project allows you to create human-readable names for your wallet address. That project is ENS or Ethereum Name Service. To understand ENS, we first need to understand what domain names are. Then we look at what ENS is and how it works. And finally, we talk about how ENS is managed.
What are play to earn games?
In this episode, we discuss play-to-earn, a new game design space that shifts values into the hands of users, enabling some to make a living from playing games. First, we explain what P2E is and how it’s different from previous gaming models. Second, we look at examples of popular P2E games. Finally, we look at the long-term trends and risks to new players.
What is Wallet Connect
In this episode, we’ll talk about an important tool that can help you remain secure and make it easier to interact with Decentralized Applications – that tool is Wallet Connect. First, we explain Wallet Connect and why it’s useful. Second, we walk through practical examples of how you can use it. And finally, we talk about some of the security benefits of using Wallet Connect.
What is DeFi?
Decentralized finance is a new exciting area of finance that more and more people are discovering and leveraging to improve their lives. In this episode, we explore DeFi. First, we look at the benefits of using DeFi compared to Traditional Finance. Second, we discuss some popular DeFi applications and how people use them. And finally, we talk about the risks and things you should look out for.
What are crypto transaction fees?
In this episode, we’re breaking down all the fees, so you know what you’re paying for and might be able to pay less in the future. In part one, we talk about network fees, which are paid to miners of a blockchain. In part two, we explain the different fees centralized exchanges charge their customers. And finally, we look at ways to optimize the amount of fees paid on your crypto journey.
How to get started in crypto
In this episode, we approach crypto investing in three parts. First, we look at how crypto is perceived compared to other technologies in the past. Second, we focus on why people, companies and institutions are investing in crypto. Finally, we talk about the different approaches to investing in crypto.
This is a show dedicated to the basics and fundamentals of each topic. It fills the knowledge gap for simple questions that exist due to the pace at which this technology was introduced to the mainstream. Thank you for the explanations!
Just what i needed
I have been confused on what Bit Coin is! Glad to have a really good resource to learn more! Thanks to Uri Kelman for the recommendation!!
Perfect to understand crypto!
Zengo provides a very clear podcast to learn crypto from the beginning