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Decentralize This! — Episode 7: James Duffy
Enigma’s new podcast “Decentralize This!” features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise — all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future?
Hello to the community! The seventh episode of Decentralize This!, Enigma’s new podcast hosted by Tor Bair, has just been released. Today we are excited to feature James Duffy from Loom Network. James is the the CMO and co-founder of Loom, where they’re building a scaling solution for decentralized applications. Loom Network is particularly focused on games and social applications, and they’ve had a lot of success already with products such as Zombie Battleground and CryptoZombies.
On Decentralize This!, we feature guests from around the blockchain and decentralization space. By taking a closer look at what prominent people are building and thinking about, we hope to find new ways to work together on creating solutions and getting these new technologies adopted at scale.
The big question we’ll ask is: what will it really take to build a decentralized future? What issues are we facing, what types of solutions do we need, and how can developers, entrepreneurs, students, artists, and the average person contribute and collaborate to get us there faster?
On this episode, James and Tor talk about scalability, why Loom is building for the Ethereum ecosystem, why user experience is the real blocker to adoption of decentralized applications, and how blockchain games can be better than traditional games — as well as critical for onboarding new users and developers into the decentralized ecosystem.
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