Oct 29th, 2021
The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy and Delphi’s Head of Research, Medio Demarco, are joined by Eli Ben-Sasson, and Uri Kolodny, Co-Founders of StarkWare, a suite of validity-based blockchain scaling and privacy solutions. Topics discussed include how StarkWare stacks up against other scaling solutions, achieving low transaction costs, developing a vibrant StarkNet dApp ecosystem, and much more.
(00:00:00) – Introduction.
(00:02:44) – Guests’ backgrounds.
(00:03:39) – Overview of StarkWare.
(00:07:03) – Coding with Cairo on StarkWare.
(00:10:14) – Deploying game logic on top of Starknet.
(00:11:48) – The low cost of transactions.
(00:16:34) – Implementation speed for integrating dApps.
(00:19:44) – How StarkWare compares to optimistic rollups.
(00:24:42) – Platforms building on top of StarkWare.
(00:27:39) – What success for StarkWare looks like.
(00:28:52) – Data availability, sharding, and Validium.
(00:33:08) – Transaction costs on Validium vs. ZK.
(00:36:19) – Addressing critiques of StarkWare.
(00:43:30) – Being ahead of schedule.
(00:45:28) – Building a community without a token.
(00:46:34) – Game-changing applications on Starknet.
(00:50:07) – Attracting traditional gaming franchises.
(00:53:06) – Best advice from Eli and Uri.
(00:57:44) – How to get involved with StarkWare.
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