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GRTiQ Podcast: 26 Jim Cousins and Gary Morris

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Episode 26: Today I’m speaking with Jim Cousins and Gary Morris. Jim and Gary are members of The Graph Council and are both well-respected voices in not only the Indexer community, but the entire ecosystem.

Both Jim (Ep. 01 & Ep. 12) and Gary (Ep. 07) have been featured on the podcast before and are familiar voices to the community. In addition to being members of the Graph Council, Jim operates his own indexer operation called WaveFive. Gary also operates his own Indexer Operation, 0xFury, and while also working on the Staking Facilities team.

I wanted to have both Jim and Gary back onto the podcast to discuss some timely topics related to things like the state of the Indexer community at The Graph, how the Indexer community is working with the two new Core Dev teams – StreamingFast and Figment – and a host of other important topics, including their opinions on the recent community discussions surrounding keeping stake decentralized.

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