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The elder statesman of smart contract blockchains 0:00 The Ethereum community 1:22 The DAO hack 2:34 Vitalik’s finest and worst moments in protocol politics 5:18 Becoming a Twitter memelord 7:45 Vitalik’s influence on Eth today 8:59 It’s getting harder to do big things in Eth 10:38 Goals outside Ethereum 12:17 Crypto needs the good-natured 15:00 Russia 18:06 Vitalik’s lifestyle 19:51 Closing thoughts 22:06 — Transcript http://nav.al/vitalik-2
Vitalik: Ethereum, Part 1

Vitalik: Ethereum, Part 1

2022-04-0846:0712

Introduction 0:00 Haseeb’s background 0:22 Vitalik’s background 2:43 A blockchain you can build any app on top of 7:02 Eth trades efficiency for transparency 10:18 Like plain text, Eth is simple and efficient 12:41 Only high-value transactions can afford the blockchain 13:08 Doing away with ‘trusted’ third parties 14:09 Trading performance for security 14:43 ‘Impregnable castles made of math’ 16:23 Ethereum’s limitations are latency and privacy 16:56 There are ways to get back your privacy 19:32 Can Eth provide a high level of decentralization and a high level of scaling at the same time? 20:39 Sharding leads to more centralization 21:49 Verifiability at the expense of scaling 24:00 How much decentralization is the right amount? 25:11 What happens when subsidies to join nodes disappear? 27:07 Stateless clients make it possible to verify the chain with very little on your hard drive 28:18 Staking culture is difficult to cultivate 28:52 New blockchain players tend to go for minimum viable decentralization 29:54 People don’t value privacy until somebody goes to jail over it 30:32 Eth is ‘simple at the base’ 31:12 Social recovery wallets make it easier to be your own bank 31:44 Block space is getting expensive 32:41 There’s not a lot of innovation on Bitcoin, by design 33:35 Blockchain’s ‘free-rider effect’ 34:57 Innovation is slowest at Layer 1 35:34 Layer 2 moves faster because it’s permissionless 36:59 What if we froze Layer 1 today? 37:25 Data for computation trade-off 38:57 Benchmarking blockchains apples-to-apples 40:02 Enshrining decentralization 41:43 Tensions between scaling and preserving value 42:27 There will be multiple stores of value 43:54 — Transcript http://nav.al/vitalik
Transcript http://nav.al/infinity-1
Transcript http://nav.al/caveman
Transcript http://nav.al/infinite-resources
Transcript: http://nav.al/failure
Transcript http://nav.al/social
Transcript http://nav.al/feedback
Transcript http://nav.al/compromise
Transcript: http://nav.al/decentralization
Transcript http://nav.al/credibility
Transcript http://nav.al/einstein
Ideas Are the New Oil

Ideas Are the New Oil

2021-11-1703:034

Transcript http://nav.al/ideas
Transcript http://nav.al/resources
Transcript http://nav.al/far-away
Transcript: http://nav.al/program
Transcript http://nav.al/existence
Transcript http://nav.al/intelligent
Where Are the Aliens?

Where Are the Aliens?

2021-11-0101:051

Transcript http://nav.al/aliens
Transcript: http://nav.al/mind-blowing
Comments (36)

Omoharamy

3 hours of pure wisdom!

Nov 21st
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Alireza Khalili

Such a amazing and worth lessons of founding a startup

Oct 31st
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Tuấn Nghĩa Phạm

02:28:22 be authentic, don't be blinded by competitions.

Jul 29th
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ALI Junas

مرسی از پادکست طبقه ۱۶ برا اشنا کردن من با این پادکست @tabaghe16

Apr 29th
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nebastion

vague because we want to give you principles that are timeless. 🙏🏼

Feb 25th
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Shamsy2013

Gmy

Aug 26th
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William Laitinen

This part is gold. Ever young person should listen to this. 🤯

Aug 2nd
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ID21684167

Loaded Practical Wisdom 💯💯💯💯

May 29th
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ncooty

Ironically, this was neither a new nor a better explanation of anything. It's not an advance from Popper, Aristotelian parsimony (nor derivative statistical measures), or Hannah's (1997?) structuring of scientific progression from description, to prediction, to explanation. (See also "What Theory Is Not" in ASQ--1990?) This was an ignorant and lazy bit of drivel.

Mar 24th
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Vinayak Joshi

Sweden is a disaster in terms of covid deaths. naval and Matt spoke too soon.

Mar 21st
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soudabeh qaisari

👍

Mar 18th
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Bob

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Mar 13th
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Rana

Truth

Dec 30th
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David Kim

some of the most valuable life/career advice ever

Oct 28th
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Jakque Diasz

Cannot hear this

Sep 17th
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D Miceli

name names names names

Jun 22nd
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Mohammad Imran

Naval is a fundamental truth in a breathing form.

Apr 3rd
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Meghna Chhabria

Love how matter-of-fact and logical this is!

Mar 3rd
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Mohammad Imran

My favorite philosopher.

Nov 15th
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Noe Nicolas Dela Fuente

I have been listening to this megasode for 3 months over 20x now. Check the mix by Akira the Don at youtube. I also listen to that during workouts. Thanks Naval! Let's see how this goes..

Sep 7th
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