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GRTiQ Podcast: 54 Adam Fuller

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Episode 54: Today I’m speaking with Adam Fuller, Product Manager at Edge & Node. As you will hear, Adam brings an incredible intellect to The Graph ecosystem, with an impressive professional background that spans advanced degrees in biochemistry, a stint in management consulting, two years at Google, and then working at Circle to help launch the stable coin, USDC.

During our discussion, Adam talks about his move from using The Graph to working full time at Edge & Node, his passion for utility and how The Graph enables developers to build, his insights on Web3 and decentralization, and so much more.

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