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Citizen Web3, as a separate project, was born in 2020, finding foundations in ancap vibes, personal interest in building a better society, community management, ecosystem development and networking. Today, Citizen Web3 is an active member and builder of the web3 galaxy. We live web3. We breathe web3. We are web3. We provide infrastructure as a validator across the blockchain space, which allows us to work on various public goods projects and develop the space at our own pace.
Our public projects include:
- Web3-focused podcast, dedicated to the stories of the people that make dreams reality (https://www.citizenweb3.com).
- validatorinfo.com: a dashboard and an explorer that helps you to discover validators across the web3 galaxy (in the making (https://github.com/citizenweb3/validatorinfo/tree/main)).
- Web3 Society: (https://t.me/web_3_society) a community that helps, learns and resents tribalism. Including various incentives (NA at the moment)
- Public infrastructure, including validator nodes (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking), public RPC endpoints, testnets. We are currently migrating to bare metal. Our end goal is grid independent infrastructure.
- (NA at the moment) Bazaar: NFTs, Merchandise, Decentraland and co (https://github.com/citizenweb3/super-pancake/issues).
We believe that blockchains should be viewed as digital nations and by using the tools that we hold, we help to build and bring value to these nations. We help to build those nations by helping to secure them, along with other validators (https://www.citizencosmos.space/staking). If we believe that a city can be prosperous, and it meets our values, we start to work around it. In turn, the citizens of the city, read - blockchain users, delegate tokens to Citizen Web3.
Our dream is a decentralized web3 without tribalism, and with better communication between all L0's AKA the community, between various ecosystems and across all blockchain space.
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This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Tommy Eastman from foundry Tommy Eastman advocates for permissionless innovation in technology and decentralization, navigating the frontier of emerging tech while emphasizing long-term vision amidst volatility. He champions OpenAI as a guiding principle and urges discernment between genuine utility and vaporware in the evolving landscape. Foundry, a subsidiary of Digital Currency Group (DCG), empowers institutional miners, staking customers, and blockchain entrepreneurs with the essential tools to construct tomorrow's decentralized infrastructure. 00:00 – 04:44 : Intro 04:44 -- 07:41 : Why web3 and not the valley? 07:41 -- 08:49 : Cryptography 08:49 -- 13:44 : Opinion on Web3 13:44 -- 18:45 : Is there a solution for those priced out? 18:45 -- 24:59 : Solution to decentralize the market. 24:59 -- 30:00 : Spotting an AI project. 30:00 -- 34:26 : The division between AI and decentralized AI? 34:26 -- 38:42 : Interesting models to research 38:42 -- 42:08 : Are we ready for AI? 42:08 -- 46:29 : Why aren't you tribalistic? 46:29 -- 50:13 : Selecting chains 50:13 -- 57:59 : The Blitz We spoke to Tommy Eastman (https://twitter.com/tommyeastman21) about Foundry (https://twitter.com/foundryservices) and: Supply permissionlessly and provide permissionless access. Tech that's on the frontier. The fundamentals of crypto are really strong. Dog chasing its tail. Decentralization is certainly a spectrum. Centralization at some scale Out of government control Smaller players are priced out. Everybody's priced out. OpenAI as the North Star Quadratic voting Less is more. Trust nothing. Federated learning exists in Web2. Decentralized AI Everything inherently has bias. People being innately good. What is the token price today? What is the token price tomorrow? Expanding your scope to the long term Assessing vaporware versus utility is really important. Symbiotic relationship. If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/yF33LWwVTYE) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Tommy Eastman.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Blas from Composable Blas is fascinated by the crypto world's fast-paced innovation and boundless potential, seeing it as a thrilling opportunity to reduce friction, print money, and embrace risk while expanding the ecosystem through collective action and governance. Composable Finance pioneers decentralized finance with interoperability solutions, enabling seamless interaction between protocols. Their platform empowers efficient, customizable financial applications, driving industry innovation and accessibility. 00:00 – 03:33 : Intro 03:33 -- 05:45 : Why Web3 when you could have done something else? 05:45 -- 06:55 : What is the least exciting thing about the crypto industry for you today? 06:55 -- 10:14 : What is driving you? 10:14 -- 12:37 : The mission of Composable Finance for Blas. 12:37 -- 16:29 : What if Composable doesn't succeed? 16:29 -- 20:24 : Javier Millet 20:24 -- 22:26 : Managing blockchain development and a founder's life with family. 22:26 -- 27:58 : Building a community that is blockchain agnostic. 27:58 -- 34:05 : Governance 34:05 -- 36:24 : The biggest success 36:24 -- 43:14 : Talking about security and bridges. 43:14 -- 45:12 : ZK proof for someone in high school. 45:12 -- 47:38 : What is IBC ‘based’ communication? 47:38 -- 50:18 : The future of cross chain. 50:18 – 57:12 : The Blitz We spoke to Blas (https://twitter.com/blasrodri) about Composable (https://twitter.com/ComposableFin) and: Crypto is cool Crypto is exciting and it moves so fast. An environment for innovation and creativity AI It's fun or it's interesting. Still the wild west Mind boggling. Yet another industry to make money. Reduce friction of using technology Evolution from professor to being a president. Powerful charisma Leap of faith Tribal Try to grow the pie. Communities’ governance What is the value of a vote? You're printing money. You only live once Taking risks and living on the edge If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/PLeb52dtOVk) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Blas.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Greg Weld from Crypto Lab Tech Greg Weld advocates gamified learning as an effective approach to educate individuals about crypto, ultimately eliminating the need for banks as intermediaries, while also promoting sustainable living practices. Crypto Lab Tech, is all about empowering individuals with crypto knowledge, paving the way for a future without banking intermediaries and promoting sustainable living. Validatin' and Educatin' all the way. 00:00 – 02:36 : Intro 02:36 -- 04:06 : Deciding to validate. 04:06 -- 06:35 : What is Greg’s personal goal? 06:35 -- 08:09 : Unbanked the banked or banked the unbanked? 08:09 -- 11:44 : Talking about 2011 11:44 -- 14:25 : What is the change in acceptance of the public towards Crypto? 14:25 -- 18:13 : Has anything changed in the last 10 years because of Crypto? 18:13 -- 28:07 : The role in adoption spectrum. 28:07 -- 31:00 : How did you get to where you are now? 31:00 -- 35:22 : Finding whales and chain selection 35:22 -- 37:56 : All bare metal 37:56 -- 39:13 : Running everything of network storage. 39:13 -- 50:36 : Experience using Starlink and solar power. 50:36 -- 52:23 : Role of validators and educating users. 52:23 – 01:02:08 : The Blitz We spoke to Greg Weld (https://twitter.com/GregWeld) about Crypto Lab Tech (https://twitter.com/CryptoLabTech) and: Teach people how to get into crypto. Self-prophesy experience Validator community in Cosmos is amazing. People are super friendly. Crypto is a superior form of money over fiat currency. Banks hate crypto. Unbanked the banked or banked the unbanked? Stable coins and there's coins that are useful for other things. This is the wrong time to buy. Acceptance of the general public towards crypto Politicians spin crypto to be an evil thing. Imaginary thing that can't be used in the real world. Gamified learning Changing so much about education. So many reasons to use crypto over the regular banking system. Green energy House efficiency Spin up a metaverse Helping other people If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/Gdn0QKYags4) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Greg Weld.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Clemens from Crypto Crew Clemens explains the journey from an OG Bitcoin Telegram group, to a large and successful valiator. He details the importance of values and how not having VC's helps them keep them on track to persue their vision to propel interchange scalability and adoption, while maintaining their contact with the community. CryptoCrew Validators serves as a core contributor to various Cosmos chains, including the Persistence and Comdex networks, while maintaining close collaborations with other prominent projects, such as Osmosis Labs, Juno Core, Injective Labs, and Secret Labs, among others. Recently they emerged victorious in the Game of Chains Interchain Security incentivized testnet We spoke to Clemens Scarpatetti (https://twitter.com/ccclaimens) about Crypto Crew (https://twitter.com/crypto_crew) and: Mute Button Battles TKMS vs Horcrux Decentralized software Bear market economics. Their vision Appchain Thesis Public goods Community based sovereign companies. Inclusivity Reasons to stop validating a chain. Feedback from the community Value Proposition of the Cosmos Hub Costs of a validator Baremetal Security configurations Horcrux Drama and Governance If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/7y6LnwpE24w) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Clemens Scarpatetti.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features CO and Mr Sir from Orbital Apes. They both bring alot of experience and a fresh perspective to many things in web3. They episode highlights many challenges faced by grants programs and hopefully the lessons that projects applying for grants can learn in the future, it also shows how much effort the Orbital Apes team has put in to building community and helping other. The Orbital Apes Validator is an Evmos Validator. The Orbital Apes Validator is part of the Orbital Apes Ecosystem, which includes an NFT collection, a general NFT marketplace, and potential Play-to-Earn game. They are iconic in Web3 and their contributions throughout are invaluable and undeniable. We spoke to CO (https://discordapp.com/users/952891919778861056) and Mr Sir (https://twitter.com/OrbitalApes)about Orbital Apes (https://www.orbitalapes.com/) and: Governance Semantics Power to the people NFT's Importance of procedure when submitting proposals Community Funds Conserving community funds Project readiness before asking for funds. Brand protection Onchain randomness Innovative ways to engage with community. Competition or cooperation Competition leads to innovation. Proposals parameters Use cases for Randomness. Starter Validator Setup Cooperation and community values Transparency If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/S24TJmlupfg) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guests: CO and Mr Sir.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Chris, Tayo and Faith from 01 Node With three knowledgable and passionate guests from different spheres within 01Nodes, they each provided insight into what it takes for a large validator to be successful. One aspect that shone through is he importance of community and how they approach community building is a secret sauce that we could all use. 01Nodes is a node infrastructure service that provides one-click node deployment for various blockchain networks. It aims to simplify the process of running nodes and participating in blockchain networks, making it more accessible to users with varying levels of technical expertise. The platform supports a range of networks, including Ethereum, Polkadot, Cosmos, and more. We spoke to Chris (https://twitter.com/jiukelo), Tayo (https://twitter.com/01node) and Faith (https://twitter.com/Braide15) about 01 Node (https://01node.com/) and: Bare Metal Scalability Importance of community Failing better each time Choosing correct metrics Importance of a good team Education Marketing secrets Due diligence before committing to a product. UX The secret sauce Crashes as a source of strength/growth Luna Crash 100% Uptime vs security Digital Nations If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/FWFLJ9v4ckw) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guests: Cristian Chirculescu, Faith Braide, and Tayo.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Evan from Cuck Encouraging open dialogue and collaboration is key to building connections. The directive to "ask questions, share ideas, and build connections with each other" sets the tone for inclusive communication. Validators like Cuck play a crucial role in maintaining the quality of discussions by providing impartial feedback. Cuck ensures that exchanges are respectful and contribute to a community founded on shared knowledge and understanding. The League of Cuck does not charge any commission on projects aimed at serving the public good. We spoke to Evan (https://twitter.com/CUCK_CUCK_) about Cuck (https://github.com/cuck-holdings) and: The similarities between philosophy and chemistry Decentralize everything! Decentralized pharmaceuticals Unlocking the superpowers of modular blockchains Celestia was Lazy Ledger The timeline for ethical cocaine Scaling blockchains Evolutionary medicine Social consensus What makes someone leave their comfort zone? The bad kid Uncle Ed The importance of reputation It can fall, you can go slashed. Light client Erasure encoding Snark Rollups One third honest validators You have to get delegations. Meme is an idea that's spreadable. The League of Cuck Liquid staking monopolies Inactive set Censorship resistance Integrated blockchains Governance Don't trust, verify a Trustless system. Gore Macrophages to attack bacteria. Artisanal Validators DAO’s doing fun things. Chain selection. Values The final frontier Bottlenecks in blockchain as a catalyst for development If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/_KTqgAaP-5s) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Evan.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Max from Basement Nodes. He gave us his persepctive on what is needed to run a validator and how best to optimize resources for a smaller validator. As a validator who is in it for the tech, he opened up about his ethos and values in Web3. Max's mission is to show that anyone can take part in crypto and that everyone has an equal opportunity, unlike many other places in life and he is leading by example. We spoke to Max (https://twitter.com/BasementNodes) about Basement Nodes (https://twitter.com/BasementNodes) and: Values Marketing Privacy Open Source In it for the Tech Learning from life Decentralization The different kinds of fairy tales Crypto can be Fear Obstacles and solutions for validation setup Motivations and values Ethos of Crypto Decentralized infrastructure Community building If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/aPBZxV1_FAs) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/cosmos_voice) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Max.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Jacob from Notional. Jacob gives a detailed history of the founding of Notional and his journey in web3. He highlights and gives respect and praise to the various people in his team and builder's in the space that have impressed him during this time. Notional Labs, founded in 2021 by Jacob Gadikian, a former member of the Tendermint team, initially focused on relaying and validating the Osmosis network. The company expanded as Jacob recruited students from Hanoi University of Science and Technology to work on a technical issue he discovered. Operating from a small apartment in Hanoi, Vietnam, with Ricardo Ferreira and Khanh Nguyen, the team realized that on-site computers were more efficient for relaying and validating than centralized servers like AWS. This led to the creation of Notional Labs. This inteview gives some insight into the public good that Notional and Jacob have done and have aimed to do. We spoke to Jacob Gadikian (https://twitter.com/gadikian) about Notional (https://twitter.com/notionaldao) and: The heart of a project Values Building in the bug of Totalitarianism Is the Veto in governance voting a hindrance to true consensus Advice to small validators There is no consensus except social consensus. Origins of Notional When the poopoo is too strong to continue work Bare Metal The Powers of Kang The importance of reliable power for validating Validator challenges Blockchains versus Databases Cosmos Archaeology How to avoid Rugs If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/3cBacOQtCgA) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Jacob Gadikian.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Dmitry Laier from Nodigy. Dmitry shared his journey, the importance of perseverance and his vision for what Nodigy is building. The topic of CBDC's was also discussed with some surprising results. The Nodigy Project is a blockchain initiative that aims to simplify the process of setting up and managing nodes, by providing an intuitive interface, built-in monitoring tools, and a variety of node options. We spoke to Dmitry Laier (https://twitter.com/Didia_Sc) about Nodigy (https://t.co/m5OkrI4YNt) and: The many hats of a founder Are you for Scuba How to build community Crypto marriages Technological struggles Barriers to entry Perseverance Automated node deployment Motivations to join Web3 Focus on coservation of resources Life Changing Money Monetization strategies Cloud or Bare Metal CBDC Values If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/1YlXLhDDddA) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Dmitry Laier.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Gisele, Edouard and Del Rey from Stakin. Each member of the team brought a different perspective given their roles and backgrounds. Stakin is an infrastructure operator for Proof-of-Stake public blockchains offering non-custodial delegation services. They enable PoS cryptocurrency holders to earn interests on their holdings, and shape the future of networks in which they believe. We spoke to Gisele Schout (https://medium.com/@gisele_schout) and Edouard Lavidalle (https://twitter.com/EdouardL) and Del Rey (https://twitter.com/instafinanzas) about Stakin (https://twitter.com/StakinOfficial) and: Proof of Stake Green Flags Community Importance Agnostic Blockchain Provider Changing outlook from institutional investments Marketing Importance of testnets Education Next generation financial products Institutional and non custodial how do they work together Choosing chains Connecting with the community Living in a revolution If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/5VgSdvBRLqw) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guests: Del Rey, Edouard Lavidalle, and Gisele Schout.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Anton Pavlutsky and Reena Shtedle from Citadel One. They gave insight into their vision for making crypto more accessible. They explained how validator transparency and user interface would be keys to eventual mass adoption. Citadel One is a validator and staking platform that offers services for various blockchain networks, including Cosmos, Solana, and Polkadot. They provide a non-custodial cross-chain staking platform with Ledger and Trezor support, and are developing a Crypto SuperApp with advanced portfolio management tools. Citadel One is known for its commitment to security and decentralization. We spoke to Anton (https://twitter.com/Pavlutsky) and Reena (https://twitter.com/neshtedle) about Citadel (https://twitter.com/CitadelDAO) and: The importance of use cases Validator Transparency Revenue streams The importance of being non-custodial Privacy Making Crypto more accessible Data Tools for users Governance Interface the key for mass adoption Governance research Staking Innovation in Crypto Secrets to success Are incentives for stakers to come to a validator bribes? Upcoming developments If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/3JieOqnLSvs) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guests: Anton Pavlutsky and Reena Shtedle.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Sergey from Quokka Stake. Sergey showed a great passion for privacy and the founding ethos behind Web3. They go into the need for decentralized infrastructure, values and the importance of DYOR. If you enjoy conversations with people who really mean it when they say they are in it for the tech, this is definitely an episode for you. 00:00 -- 04:56 : Intro 04:56 -- 07:42 : How important is decentralization in chain selection for Quokka Stake? 07:42 -- 11:25 : How did Sergey get into Web3? 11:25 -- 13:44 : Sergey delves into his thoughts on privacy in Web3. 13:44 -- 15:34 : What would have to happen for Sergey to leave Web3? 15:34 -- 23:26 : Decentralized infrastructure's role in Web3. 23:26 -- 34:40 : Bare Metal and key management system's. 34:40 -- 39:03 : Sergey's biggest challenge on his Web3 journey. 39:03 -- 46:06 : The secret to a better blockchain community. 46:06 -- 54:04 : The Blitz We spoke to Sergey (https://twitter.com/Freak12Techno) about Quokka Stake (https://quokkastake.io/) and: Privacy Decentralisation Challenges of a small validator Values when selecting chains Monitoring systems Being in web3 for the technology Free Speech Merits of refurbished hardware Blockchain protecting human rights Infrastructures role in decentralization Renewable self generated power for validators Points of failure The importance of DYOR in all things Bare Metal is best, but cloud is needed sometimes Values in education Motivations If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/gtik2J9geug) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Sergey.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features the Bros from BronBro. The Bro's from BronBro had a wonderful conversation with #citizenweb3. They brought all the energy and with that, they discussed and covered a host of serious topics that form the foundation of what Web3 should be. BronBro's mission is simple: to support and develop a decentralized world. They strive to maintain the highest standards for security and performance as well as providing the most accurate data to our community. They will keep building for decentralization until it comes. We spoke to The Bros about BronBro (https://bronbro.io/) and: Building for decentralization Validator tools The importance of ease of use for adoption Defining Network Health A reality check for the Web3 Providing real values to the builders of the blockchain Analytics and information Should Cex validators exist Foundation governance Climbing the validator ranks Anonymity Weaknesses of Cloud hosting How best to organise validators Unseen contributions of OG Validators Bridges Challenges of helping a small validator grow Cloud vs Bare Metal Hertsinger driving validators to bare metal The need for decentralized infra If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/4EbekUaXywU) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Bros.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Vladimir Understanding and Valentin Medniy from Posthuman. Their energy and enthusiasm is contagious, as they take you on a journey through all spheres of Web3. Posthuman is a decentralized validator. In this interview they reveal that they have many more facets to their work. Their validator school does invaluable work with up and coming and prospective infrastructure providers and their work internationally at grass roots is also really positive. This conversation is eye opening to the various aspects that projects can have that we never get to see. We spoke to Vladimir Understanding (https://twitter.com/ponimajushij) and Valentin Medniy (https://twitter.com/ZametkiHodlera) about Posthuman (https://posthuman.digital/) and: Distributed things Trust in a trustless system Conspiracy theories Consensus struggles The power of digital to amplify a message What is true decentralization The demands of running a validator Community development Druid gatherings The journey from illustrations to validators The importance of community in blockchain Passion as a driver for Cosmos at the start The importance of reputation The importance of validator participation Evangelism in Web3 Connecting people through education Myths about Web3 Ecosystem development Decentralize your life Decentralized management Reputation based systems The need for cooperation over competition Governance Egos If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/8y-iwzKA4Kk) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guests: Valentin Medniy and Vladimir Understanding.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Trigs from Kleomedes. Trigs and Citizen Web3 have a deep discussion the spirit of web3, how often the tech life chooses you and the importance of following your dreams. Decentralization isn’t something that happens passively. Kleomedes is buidling their DAO to showcase the value of this decentralization through a reward system, funded by validator profits, that incentivizes community members to not only be delegators, but also active participants in governance, promotion, and development on the chains they secure. 00:00 -- 03:39 : Intro 03:39 -- 07:57 : Trigs explains his journey from traditional tech to web3 via stonemasonary. 07:57 -- 16:30 : The values of web3 that resonate with Trigs. 16:30 -- 25:15 : Kleomede' main strengths during the bear market. 25:15 -- 29:30 : Why bare metal? 29:30 -- 33:30 : Trigs gives his thoughts on KYC and regulation to create trust. 33:30 -- 36:54 : The dream that is a DAO 36:54 -- 40:29 : Trigs tries to explain the enigma that is Kleomedes 40:29 -- 44:40 : The foundation is transparency 44:40 -- 51:58 : Details of the Kleomedes DAO 51:58 -- 1:01:06 : The Blitz We spoke to Trigs (https://twitter.com/Trigs_0) about Kleomedes (https://twitter.com/KleomedesDAO) and: Decentralization The dream of a DAO Importance of consensus Transparency to achieve neutrality Replace discord Why Web3 Values Business development Tech as a life choice Choosing your own tomorrow Cypherpunk The KYC Challenge The gateway drug for being a founder The power of intention Bare Metal vs Cloud Is code law Post apocalyptic DAOS If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/aym0SeQxA78) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Trigs.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Valters Jansons, from KJNodes. Valters gives us a breakdown of what brought him to Web3 and being a validator. He also tells us what is keeping him in the space, his motivations, values and future plans. KJ Nodes are a team of DevOps engineers from Latvia, they are also Crypto enthusiasts and node operators in various crypto ecosystems. KJ Nodes Validator is committed to transparency and provides public information about their activities. 00:00 -- 03:14 : Intro 03:14 -- 10:32 : Valters gives his background and motivations for being a validator. 10:32 -- 12:40 : Defining the mission of Valters and KJ Nodes 12:40 -- 17:14 : Why Cosmos? 17:14 -- 19:48 : Comfort zones and growth. 19:48 -- 25:02 : Chain selection criteria. 25:02 -- 28:09 : Morality of tools. 28:09 -- 33:52 : Bare metal or cloud? 33:52 -- 37:56 : The power of great tools. 37:56 -- 44:21 : Ideas on improving user literacy in web3. 44:21 -- 49:57 : What is the best way to sort and present data? 49:57 -- 55:58 : Advice for validators on security. 55:58 -- 1:08:25 : The Blitz We spoke to Valters Jansons (https://twitter.com/_sigv) about KJNodes (https://twitter.com/kjnodes) and: The importance of UX Values in validating Subjective morality Growth vs security Cloud or bare metal Time as a resource Validator Tools NFT's Fancy blockchains Educational responsibility Destruction as a path to knowledge Documentation as the downfall of a project The importance of UX The economic health of small validators The commitment needed to arrive at your destination in Web3 If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/hopAIpyI8lw) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Valters Jansons.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Derek WIlls, the Author of The Liberty Solution, Libertarian and Anarcho Capitalist. This conversation is an eye-opening journey, dealing with many unseen challenges facing humanity. Anyone who has an interest in freedom and knowledge can greatly benefit from the information contained in this interview. The Liberty Solution is a book advocating for a bold return to individual liberty as the solution to America's current political and social problems. 00:00 -- 01:15 : Intro 01:15 -- 04:56 : Discussing Texas 05:56 -- 06:65 : The possibility of finding a political home. 06:65 -- 11:00 : Can you vote for positive change and are you in a cult? 11:00 -- 13:46 : How do we break the propaganda machine? 13:46 -- 17:00 : Derek discusses some foundational arguments in The LIberty Solution 17:00 -- 25:36 : Defining anarchy and perfection. 25:36 -- 33:31 : Derek outlines his mission on Twitter and his meme strategy. 33:31 -- 38:36 : Javier Mile, who is he and will he succeed? 38:36 -- 43:16 : Derek gives his thoughts on web3 and decentralization. 43:16 -- 59:57 : Reputation as a currency for a potential Libertarian future. 59:57 -- 1:10:55 : The Blitz We spoke to Derek Wills (https://twitter.com/AncapAir) about The Liberty Solution (https://www.amazon.com/Liberty-Solution-Derek-R-Wills/dp/1737378302) and: Tools of state control Stimulus cheques as a catalyst for the bull market Web3 on a dark path Defining Anarchists The power of propaganda State monopoly on violence The secret to happiness The rights of criminals Libertarians in Texas Accuracies of stereotypes Statist Ideology Taxation is theft Utopia to Dystopia Homeschooling as a vehicle for Anarchy Memes as the quintessential philosophical tool Inflation The invalidity of social contracts Anarcho Capitalism If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/rdVkf-dtug4) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Derek Wills.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Pavel Paramonov, Senior Research Analyst at Dewhales Capital. He gives a fresh perspective on VC's and the role they play in helping to drive projects and act as canary's in the coal mine for users when researching potential projects. Dewhales Capital, is a venture capital firm focused on defi, invests in early-stage protocols with the aim of fostering disruption and growth. They are comprised of experienced investors and industry insiders, the firm leverages its extensive knowledge and network to identify promising projects and provide them with strategic guidance. Transparency and on-chain visibility are core values for Dewhales, as they believe in building a more open and equitable financial system through informed investment and community engagement. We spoke to Pavel Paramonov (https://twitter.com/paramonoww) about Dewhales Capital (https://dewhales.capital/) and: The power of persistence Creating your own luck Trustless systems The myth of work-life balance in web3 Research Methodology The power of Twitter VC’s as a force for good User responsibility Discipline beating motivation If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/VawM10lMoTE) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss) Special Guest: Pavel Paramonov.
This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Dilan Asatekin founder at Imperator.co Dilan delves into a wide range of topics and shows us the people and passion behind the providers of decentraliced infrastructure. Dilan also explains that you don’t choose the Vvlidator Life, the validator life chooses you. Imperator.co aims to make staking easy.Their website states that they facilitate investors and token holders in securing proof-of-stake networks through non-custodial staking. We spoke to Dilan Asatekin (https://twitter.com/imperator_co) about Imperator (https://imperator.co/) and: Why Web3 Mission goals The power of luck Betting on education Importance of open source Defining red flags Decentralisation Infrastructure The secrets of community building Web3 vibes Chain selection criteria Challenges of a fully remote team Putting people into the light * Why you would choose to be a validator If you like what we do at Citizen Web3: Stake with Citizen Web3 validator (https://www.citizenweb3.com/staking) Listen to the YouTube version (https://youtu.be/Ljzs_vUPXrk) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/citizen_web3) Sign up to the RSS feed (https://www.citizenweb3.com/rss)
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