In this episode, John Heeter of Boid sits down for a very enlightening chat with Aaron Cox of Greymass. There is a lot to discuss in this one and topics range across a whole array of what is going in within the EOSIO sphere to Greymass itself. Both with a solid technical foundation, it's an informative episode that will get the gears turning on what is happening and what is possible within the space. Even if your not as overtly technical as these two, both John and Aaron break down the finer details and specs while at the same time keeping the overall aura of the cast on a level that anyone can enjoy and understand. The discussion leads from origin of Greymass as a block producer to the development and release of the Anchor wallet, and with so many features never seen or done before, this cast is one that you surely will gain a lot of insight from whether in the know or not.
In this installment of the Boid Season 4 Podcast, host Jimmy D is reunited with Co-Founder of discussions.app and fellow EOS socialite Jacques Xu. Having not been the conversation these two have had, there is a lot going on in this episode, covering a broad range of topics related to EOSIO and projects within, how Boid fits in, and of course the past, present, and future of Discussions App. If you have ever wondered why the blockchain social space is so difficult to understand, how the future of integrated blockchain social media might appear, and some alternative perspectives on a few random but promising projects in the space, tune in below for topic packed yet casual fireside chat loaded with all the goods, and of course, a bit of randomness and surprise thrown in for good measure.
In the third installment of the Boid Season 4 Podcast, Jimmy D welcomes the one and only Robrigo of EOS Detroit. It's a surprising mix of EOS.io histories, trials, and tribulations to say the least. Having been in the EOS.io space and Boid games since the beginning, this episode gives some insights into various thoughts and observations within the broader EOS.io sphere, the initiatives and motives behind all that EOS Detroit has been doing in the space, and even some lessons on nomenclature and perspectives on recent developments within the sphere. With so much to unpack already in this one, it's a great introductory overview that you surely don't want to miss.
In the second installment of the Boid Season 4 Podcast, Jimmy D is joined by Max Infeld & Duane Phillippi of the Boid CSX Team. Although CSX is a community BP candidate dedicated to EOSIO-based blockchains with their values based on transparency and accountability, that is far from the endpoint of all that is discussed. As Max and Duane point out, these values have been extended and enhanced beyond into the KROWN DAC which began almost 1 year ago to present. There is a lot to unpack in this episode including but not limited to EOSIO varied chain block production, worker proposal systems, the KROWN DAC and community responsible for MetaDAC and the Dacathon premier last January, the 1 year anniversary of KROWN special events as well as ongoing weekly participatory outreaches, and a plethora of other pleasurable soundbites you just don't want to miss.
In the first installment of the Boid Season 4 Podcast, new host Jimmy D is joined by Daniel Carroll of the Boid SBC team for the first casual encounter on the team and what is going on from within the Secure Blockchain project. It's an interesting conversation relating things that might otherwise seem relatable in the blockchain space and well worth the listen if you want to hear more about the origins of SBC's journey toward Boid and what they have and are looking to accomplish in the blockchain space as a whole.
Sitting down with Douglas Horn for an update on Telos! Learn about how Telos started, plans for the future and new features/Dapps coming to Telos!
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