Podcast Conversation: Scaling Web3 with the $10B+ Polygon protocol, with COO Sandeep Nailwal
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In this conversation, we chat with Sandeep Nailwal – The Co-Founder & COO at Polygon (previously Matic Network). Sandeep is a long time developer who’s been dabbling in the space since way back in his college days. Originally known as the Matic Network, Polygon rebranded with the aim to reach a global audience and they’ve certainly done just that.
More specifically, we touch on Sandeep’s intriguing entrepreneurial journey, developing a blockchain startup in India, DApps, Scalability & Interoperability of Layer1 and Layer2 blockchain solutions, Zero-knowledge Rollups, NFTs & Gaming, and so much more!
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…the biggest non-technical reason why I don't see any layer one surpassing Ethereum is because of this community. I also remember that there is a very interesting page and I would kind of recommend all listeners to read it on Ethereum. It was ethereum.org. and the page was titled the 'Philosophy of Subtraction', right. And if you read that page you'll get goosebumps, right. I mean, the way they have narrated that we in spite of mattering more, we want to matter less. When we see opportunities…