Censorship Resistance, Ethical Cocaine and DAOs with Evan from Cuck

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This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Evan from Cuck

Encouraging open dialogue and collaboration is key to building connections. The directive to "ask questions, share ideas, and build connections with each other" sets the tone for inclusive communication. Validators like Cuck play a crucial role in maintaining the quality of discussions by providing impartial feedback. Cuck ensures that exchanges are respectful and contribute to a community founded on shared knowledge and understanding.

The League of Cuck does not charge any commission on projects aimed at serving the public good.

We spoke to Evan about Cuck and:
  • The similarities between philosophy and chemistry
  • Decentralize everything!
  • Decentralized pharmaceuticals
  • Unlocking the superpowers of modular blockchains
  • Celestia was Lazy Ledger
  • The timeline for ethical cocaine
  • Scaling blockchains
  • Evolutionary medicine
  • Social consensus
  • What makes someone leave their comfort zone?
  • The bad kid Uncle Ed
  • The importance of reputation
  • It can fall, you can go slashed
  • Light client
  • Erasure encoding
  • Snark
  • Rollups
  • One third honest validators
  • You have to get delegations
  • Meme is an idea that's spreadable
  • The League of Cuck
  • Liquid staking monopolies
  • Inactive set
  • Censorship resistance
  • Integrated blockchains
  • Governance
  • Don't trust, verify a Trustless system
  • Gore
  • Macrophages to attack bacteria.
  • Artisanal Validators
  • DAO’s doing fun things
  • Chain selection
  • Values
  • The final frontier
  • Bottlenecks in blockchain as a catalyst for development

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