Talks are listed in alphabetical order by title
Panel | Link (29:41)
A panel of rollup founders discuss the nuances of different approaches to scaling Ethereum on layer 2.
Carolyn Reckhow | Thesis | Link (20:15)
In response to Metamask’s complacency, capitalistic practices, and placing a restrictive license on their open-source code, Tally is introducing a truly decentralized, MIT licensed wallet governed and owned by the community.
Andrew Yang | Businessman | Link (32:02)
David Hoffman interviews Andrew Yang about his general thoughts on the cryptocurrency/blockchain landscape.
Marc Mercuri | ConsenSys | Link (17:58)
Marc demoes a new Trufflesuite extension for VSCode to improve the speed and experience of Web3 development.
Nader Dabit | The Graph | Link (20:57)
Nader explains the significance of having an indexing layer for querying chain data and demoes how to make your own subgraph.
David Hoffman | Bankless | Link (19:21)
David claims that DeFi is a new primitive that brings monetary value from platforms to its users rather than the other way around.
Daniel Helm | Skynet | Link (16:28)
Skynet sets out to upend the centralization of front-ends and file storage with a decentralized solution.
Martin Derka | Quantstamp | Link (18:49)
Martin breaks down some of the methods that were used to hack chain bridges in 2021.
Matt Culler | Blocknative | Link (19:24)
Matt explains the history of Ethereum’s gas fee structure and how it may be affected by the merge to proof-of-stake.
jl2fa | SZNS | Link (14:30)
jl2fa talks about the challenges and tradeoffs of organizing as a DAO.
Emre Surmeli | Polkadot | Link (19:41)
Emre gives a general overview of Polkadot’s value proposition.
Bryan Pellegrino | LayerZero | Link (17:33)
Bryan rifts on the issues and challenges with cross chain communication.
Omer Arie Goldberg | Chaos Labs | Link (17:34)
Omer explains MEV, the types of attacks, and brings awareness to the potential risks of being a victim.
Samuel Flamini and Francesco Renzi | Superfluid | Link (14:58)
Superfluid leverages blockchain technology to allow for permissionless transfer of value over time.
Robert Stupay | Ethereum Foundation | Link (12:33)
Rob presents basic and new features of the Remix browser IDE.
Dave Rusyniak | Tally | Link (19:21)
Tally is releasing tools to help people safely organize DAOs regardless of their technical prowess.
Benjamin Jones | Optimism | Link (17:44)
Benjamin discusses the the past, present, and future of optimistic rollup.
Bert Kellerman | Reflexer Labs | Link (15:59)
RAI, a fork of DAI, is an unpegged and decentralized stablecoin meant to address the issues with pegged, decentralized stablecoins.
John Adler | Celestia Labs | Link (19:16)
Celestia Labs is building the first modular blockchain network.
Roman Aleksandrenko | Unstoppable Domains | Link (10:01)
Roman explains how Web3 will unlock the power for users to have a universal login, granular data permissioning, and better privacy.
Vitalik Buterin | Ethereum Foundation | Link (1:02:00)
Vitalik outlines his vision of how blockchain can change the way that humans organize.
Joseph Delong | Astaria | Link (16:58)
Joe challenges the notion that DAO’s need to be structureless and leaderless.
Jared Polis | Governor of Colorado | Link (13:24)
The governor speaks about the Colorado’s efforts to embrace cryptocurrency.
Evin McMullen | disco | Link (11:56)
Evin lists several issues with how NFTs are being leveraged for identity and how these issues can be addressed seamlessly with a new W3C standard.
Martin Derka | Quantstamp | Link (20:21)
Martin discusses the importance and challenges of achieving true randomness on the blockchain.
Fredrik Haga | Dune Analytics | Link (14:38)
Data on the blockchain is transparent and available in real-time unlike traditional public company’s data which is typically available once every three months.
pplpleasr | PleasrDAO | Link (18:28)
pplpleasr announces a new NFT based project.