"L2 Talk” with Roy Hui, Co-Founder and CEO of LightLink
🔈 Nina talks with Roy about his computer engineering background leading to his tech ventures and LightLink, Roy’s take on L2s, LightLink compared to other L2s, the “enterprise, gasless” mode, calculating transaction cost, bridging to LightLink, LightLink as a vanilla EVM, the consensus and validation mechanisms, “the metaverse” and gaming economies, building for a purpose, Roy’s typical day and LightLink team, converging enterprise with W3, state of MainNet, the Elektrik project, LightLink’s roadmap, main challenges and more.
Roy is the founder of LightLink, a Layer 2 blockchain built for the Metaverse, NFT and Gaming applications. Roy is an engineer and entrepreneur who has founded several other ventures, such as Pellar (a Web3 builder of blockchain solutions), MyMedia (a digital agency that built several digital businesses for companies such as Sensis, Ausport, NovaFM) and MMGN.com (the largest Australian video games community).
Roy is also an advisory board member for Starfish Ventures in social and gaming. He started Silicon Beach Melbourne, one of the largest digital entrepreneur gatherings in Australia and is also a mentor at AngelCube and PushStart. Roy has a Computer Science degree from the University of Melbourne.🔈
🔈Roy is the founder of LightLink, a Layer 2 blockchain built for the Metaverse, NFT and Gaming applications.
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