The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Last week the Let's Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss a new consensus-driven approach to DeFi oracles and to revisit Johnston's Law (anything that can be decentralized will be decentralized) with the man who coined the phrase so many years ago.
On today's podcast we're joined by early investor and entrepreneur David Johnston to discuss:
- A new "consensus-based" alternative to "reserve based," "game theory based" or trusted oracle-based Stablecoins
- The growing relevance of DeFi even for those who aren't using it
- Johnston's Law six years later, how far we've come and real reasons for optimism on the decentralized evolution of everything.
Further listening: The original panel where Johnston's Law was introduced in 2014
Credits for LTB#430 - Anything that can be decentralized will be decentralized six years later.
Today's episode was produced by Adam B. Levine, edited by Jonas with music provided by Jared Rubens and Adam B. Levine.
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