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The Blockchain Show is a weekly podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology. 0x5279e7fd39c81a969b52cd97a6dac6df7cb90018
English
United States
138 episodes
since May 4, 2016
explicit content

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Kevin Wang is a co-founder of Nervos, a public blockchain designed by a former Ethereum core developer and backed by Sequoia, Polychain, and others. As one of China's top projects, Nervos recently partnered with crypto exchange Huobi to build a new public chain for banks and financial institutions. Kevin was responsible for Nervos' unique token economics design where users will eventually pay "rent" to store assets and smart contracts on the network. He believes this type of model is critical if blockchains are to scale. Same goes for the layered design, which splits the public consensus layer from the transactional layer to increase a blockchain's performance while balancing security and trust.
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