Recap from OST LIVE with Mick Hagen, CEO of Mainframe — Building Decentralized Applications
Mick Hagen is an entrepreneur, investor, and advisor in the startup ecosystem. After dropping out of Princeton University’s computer science program, he founded Zinch (acquired by Chegg), an ed-tech company connecting students globally with opportunities in higher education. He is currently the CEO of Mainframe, producer of a new decentralized application protocol. He joined us on Episode 48 of OST LIVE to discuss Web 3 and building decentralized applications resistant to censorship, surveillance, and disruption.
Web 3 Needs Infrastructure
Developers need different functionalities such as identity authentication, computation, storage, payments, and communication solutions to build web applications. Web 2.0 has the infrastructure and tools in place that make it easy for developers to build web apps very quickly....
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