In today’s episode, we will talk with Guy Zyskind. Guy is the co-founder and CEO of Enigma Protocol, that aims to solve the two biggest problems for blockchains: scalability and privacy.Enigma is a privacy protocol that enables truly decentralized applications and unlocks the value of blockchains. Guy is an expert on blockchain-based privacy. He has over 10 years of software development experience and received his B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Tel-Aviv University and a M.S from MIT, where he also served as a Research Assistant at the MIT Media Lab where he also taught the first engineering class about blockchain technology.
In this episode of The Crunch we speak with Guy about how to build a resilient privacy layer for the blockchain and scale existing and future applications. This is a great conversation for anyone who wants to understand one of the fundamental obstacles stopping major instuitional and commercial adoption of blockchain technology.
- Role that privacy playes in our personal life
- Comparing Enigma to zero-knowledge proof and other privacy oriented technologies
- Enigma’s roadmap and what are the future aspirations
- Where could the decentralized applications be used
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