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Learn Cardano Podcast

Author: Pete Bui

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The Learn Cardano Podcast is all about the Cardano blockchain and all the aspects around it from, staking, stake pool operations, smart contracts and coding in Plutus to voting in Project Catalyst and much more.

If you have heard about Bitcoin and Ethereum but haven’t heard of Cardano, then this is the podcast for you. We’ll have news updates from the project, interview with key Cardano leadership, community members, stake pool operators and step by step how-to guides to better understanding aspects of Cardano.

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Will from Rektangular Studios joins me to talk about their development platform, Novellia. It is currently in Fund 4 of Project Catalyst which is almost ready to be voted on.Will takes us through the project and what they're trying to achieve with their platform which will allow developers to build NFTs in-game and allow for NFT marketplaces for their games. This will create a residual income from their games allowing for more development.Game development is hard with various marketplaces such as Apple and Google taking a large chunk of profits.Listen to this episode to find out how Novellia will solve this problem using Cardano and blockchain as a solution to create new in-game economies.https://cardanode.com.au/ep012
In this episode, I cover all the details in regards to fees when delegating to a pool, or making a transfer of ADA from wallet to wallet. I cover the details of these fees and where all the ADA goes.I also am joined on the podcast with MermADA to talk about her experience with running a Cardano stake pool and mining Eth.Find all the show notes on our website: https://cardanode.com.au/ep011Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cardanodeau and join our Facebook Group https://facebook.com/groups/cardanodeau
I talk about the latest Cardano360 update all about the upcoming Cardano Hard Fork Alonzo. All of the smart contract features of Cardano are being rolled out over the next 90 days. The count down is on.I also have Maria Carmo back on the podcast to continue our interview and talk about Lovelace Academy and the Project Catalyst from the view of a proposer going through the process.
In this episode, we take a step back and do a deep dive into the basic concepts of staking on the Cardano blockchain and understanding how rewards work.After running a Cardano Meetup the other week, it is clear that the idea and concepts around staking are still foreign to a lot of newcomers to cryptocurrencies and the basic groundwork needs to be laid out before other concepts and ideas can be worked on. With a room filled with 15 Cardano enthusiasts, we aimed to chat about security and NFTs but it was clear that one of the main concepts around Cardano staking and Proof of Stake needed to be discussed.Full show notes at: https://cardanode.com.au/ep009
What is a Cardano Ambassador, Maria Carmo joins me on this podcast episode to answer just that and how you can become an Ambassador yourself.Maria joins me on the podcast episode to tell me about her story, how she contributes to the Cardano community as a non-tech person.Video interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrCyLqvG170Read the full show notes at: https://cardanode.com.au/ep008
Setting up a stake pool is relatively easy for anyone that has general computer skills when it comes to setting up servers. The harder side is the daily maintenance, updates, security marketing and managing the stake pool. Casey Gibson joins me on the episode to talk about everything you need to know when it comes to managing a Cardano stake pool. There is plenty of content around setting one up but not what comes after.Casey and I talk about, performance, backups, upgrades and marketing your Cardano stake pool.If you've just set up a pool, then this is the episode for you.Video interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpCA5k_Fl9cFull show notes: https://cardanode.com.au/ep007
In this episode, I talk to Bas Mons, a stake pool operator from the Netherlands. We talk about why you should delegate your ADA to a stake pool rather than keeping it on an exchange. We touch on some topics and issues that small stake pools have when starting and how delegates can help these pools while also helping charities and missions at the same time.Full show notes at: https://cardanode.com.au/ep006Video interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPIpurPJkHY
Regulation in the blockchain space. I have a conversation with Jamie Zammitt from Gibraltar in regards to regulation and how the Digital Ledger Framework has created a strong and attractive industry in Gibraltar.I look into Charles Hoskinson's live video on YouTube where he talks about BitLicense and the possible upcoming regulation by the US Government in regards to the cryptocurrency space.Full show notes at https://cardanode.com.au/ep005
A look at non-fungible tokens on Cardano, what they area, how they are created and an in-depth chat with Patrick Tobler about NFT-maker.io, a simple website for creating NFTs on Cardano.You can find all the show notes at https://cardanode.com.au/ep004
This week we look at Project Catalyst and Cardano's on-chain governance and treasury system. What it is and how it works compared to other blockchains.Full show notes at https://cardanode.com.au/ep003
This week we take a look at the difference between Proof of Work that is used on blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum and compares that to Proof of Stake which Cardano uses. We also have an interview with an eco-minded stake pool operator from New Zealand name Mat talking about his stake pool, EcoPool.io.Full show notes at https://cardanode.com.au/ep002
This podcast is aimed at everyday user. The ones that may have heard of Bitcoin and have a general understanding about it and want to learn more about other blockchains such as Cardano. I plan to break down how it works, projects that are using Cardano, engage with other community members and leadership from the Cardano Foundation and IOHK themselves as it grows over time. I'll be looking into community proposals for Catalyst and run through how-to guides around everything to do with Cardano.This episode we look at the March Cardano 360 event and explain the difference between Daedalous and Yoroi wallets to help you choose an appropriate wallet.We also have a special give away of a Capsule from CryptoSteel as a give away for the launch of our podcast. Listen to find out how you can enter.Full show notes at: https://cardanode.com.au/ep001
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