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July 7, 2020  

Decentralized Chat Protocols with Unstoppable Domains Co-Founder and CEO Bradley Kam

Bradley Kam, Co-Founder, and CRO at Unstoppable Domains, joins Utsav Jaiswal and Arthur Tkachenko on the Hacker Noon Podcast to discuss how decentralization enables censorship-resistant peer to peer communication.

Bradley discusses how decentralized registries such as their (dot)crypto lives outside the DNS naming system and how it cannot be pulled down by vested interests. He also shares his opinion on decentralization and security.

Bradley Kam’s speaks on the bylines of the launch of  Dchat, which allows users to encrypt and store messages without the involvement of third parties. Dchat integrates  cryptocurrency wallets and a peer-to-peer (P2P) storage network in order to securely store chat messages that are 100% controlled by users.

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June 20, 2020  

The power of decentralization, applications development and human rights in the digital age with Filecoin and IPFS founder Juan Benet

Juan Benet, CEO at Protocol Labs, founder of IPFS and Filecoin, joins Utsav Jaiswal and Vaibhav Saini, a Hacker Noon contributing writer, on the Hacker Noon podcast to discuss everything Web 3.0. They talk about the lifespan of new applications and protocols, factors influencing the growth rate of application technologies, the history of cloud development,  the philosophy, and as well technology behind IPFS and benchmark of success for Filecoin. Juan also presents his opinion on why human rights ought to be digital and discusses the power dynamics of technology in the era of global connectivity. 

Check related reads on Web 3.0 and IPFS from Hacker Noon contributing writer Vaibhav Saini.

Understanding IPFS in Depth Series: A Beginner to Advanced Guide

10+ Resources Every IPFS Developer Should Know About

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June 19, 2020  

How to build cryptocurrency exchange from scratch by Adam Todd, CEO & Founder of Digitex Futures

Adam Todd, Lead Developer and CEO of Digitex Futures Exchange, joins Utsav Jaiswal to share his journey in trading and discuss what it takes to build a cryptocurrency exchange. 

They discuss cryptocurrency space in general, bitcoin, and the effort behind building cryptocurrency exchange from scratch. Adam shares the story of his trading experience which started when he was 19, and how it led him to build a zero-fee cryptocurrency exchange.

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July 11, 2019  

E56 - The Shortest Distance From Idea to Execution with Jim Rose of CircleCI

Episode 56 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Jim Rose, CEO of CircleCI, platform for software teams which allows to rapidly build quality projects, at scale. CircleCI’s mission is to give people everywhere the power to build and deliver software at the speed of imagination.

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In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Jim Rose  from CircleCI.  You get to discover the insights of continuous delivery and automation processes and learn what it takes to automate your apps in the cloud. 

“Our model has always been about developer empowerment. We've always wanted developers to use our platform irrespective of whether they're going to pay us, because we think, in a very community-oriented fashion, that a rising tide raises all the ships. The more developers can get familiar with more advanced technologies and more advanced approaches it's just good for everyone, including their consumers” Jim Rose

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January 22, 2019  

E19 - Hacking Education For The Future with Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Episode 19 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Erik P.M. Vermeulen, Professor, Executive, and innovator.

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In this episode Trent Lapinski and Erik P.M. Vermeulen discuss decentralization, automation, and the future of work for Millennials.

“I really believe in communities.”

“When I talk about creativity, and what I want my students to be, I want them to understand communities. I want them to be visible.’”

“Thinking about how to become visible in a community based World, and how you can actually contribute and build something with the community is something they cannot do on their own. Most of them don’t even understand it, and when we talk about education, that’s what education is about, because it is going to happen, this decentralized thing.” — Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Production and music by Derek Bernard - https://haberdasherband.com/production
Host: Trent Lapinski - https://trentlapinski.com