🔈 Nic Z is a Co-Founder and contributor of Evmos, an EVM stack designed for seamless cross-chain dApp development that leverages the Inter-Blockchain Communications (IBC) protocol. He has previously done engineering work in Silicon Valley and works on open-source blockchain projects.
Nic talks to us about his background with the infamous Blockchain at Berkeley group, the genesis story of Evmos with a context dive of Cosmos and Cosmos SDK, the Tendermint consensus protocol, the story of Ethermint, the hub role of Evmos, the cross-chain vs. multi-chain debate, EVM interoperability vs. 3rd party bridges, the “Blockchain Trilemma”, running validators, benefiting from “open source” ethos, outlook on EVM and what lies next on the Evmos roadmap.🔈
🔈Nic talks to us about his background with the infamous Blockchain at Berkeley group, the genesis story of Evmos with a context dive into Cosmos.
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