How can a technology change the way humans interact with each other for a better world? How can a global community shape a technology in that way? And how can it be used to build more open and inclusive institutions which could move the needle for humanity?
These are just some questions we’d like to tackle in this episode with Boris Mann and Lane Rettig. Both are highly active in the Ethereum community. If you think that Ethereum and it’s community is only thinking about cryptocurrency, you will be surprised. It’s much, much more than that. What exactly you may ask? Well let’s not wait any longer and dive into this episode, with me in Zurich I have Ozan Polat, Lane joining from New York and Boris in Vancouver.
Relevant links // Shownotes:
A list of EVM networks – ChainID.network // Nepal blockchain Network https://twitter.com/NepalBlockchain https://nepalblockchain.network/ // Lane Rettig - So you think you want to be a core developer – https://medium.com/crypto-nyc/so-you-think-you-want-to-be-a-core-developer-87cca2cb475e // Fellowship of Ethereum Magicians – https://ethereum-magicians.org/ https://twitter.com/EthMagicians // Ethereum Cat Herders – http://www.ethereumcatherders.com/ https://twitter.com/ethcatherders // no loss lottery – https://www.pooltogether.us/ // Pedro Gomez – https://twitter.com/pedrouid Walletconnect – https://walletconnect.org/ // Vyper smart contract language – https://vyper.readthedocs.io/ // burnerwallet – xdai.io //OMI open money initiative – https://www.openmoneyinitiative.org/ // Social Architecture: Building On-line Communities by Pieter Hintjens – https://hintjens.gitbooks.io/social-architecture/content/ // Humans of ethereum Podcast – https://humansofethereum.simplecast.com/ https://twitter.com/0xhumans
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