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GRTiQ Podcast: 60 Dan Enright

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Episode 60: Today I’m speaking with Dan Enright, an Indexer at The Graph. Dan’s Indexer operation is called Blocksteady and he joined me from his home in Australia.

If you have listened to recent episodes of the podcast, then you know I am interested in telling the stories of smaller Indexers participating in The Graph. I’m doing this for a variety of reasons, but the primary intention is to shine a light on the stories and the people behind Indexer operations that might get overlooked by Delegators and The Graph community because they are smaller or because they are newer.

As you will hear, Dan will share a familiar story – someone who changed careers, stepped into the entrepreneur’s journey, and landed in The Graph protocol. Dan’s background is very interesting, beginning with a career in design and gaming, and then moving into the banking industry as a business analyst.

And like many of you, Dan’s entry into crypto and, ultimately The Graph, has the familiar themes of serendipity, hard work, and passion for working on something that can impact the world.

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