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GRTiQ Podcast: 72 Yondon Fu and Sebastian Siemssen

Today’s episode is a special edition of the GRTiQ Podcast, split into 2 parts.

The first part of the episode is a full-length interview recorded live on the main stage during Graph Hack on June 3, 2022. The two guests of the podcast are Yondon Fu, Co-Founder and Director of Engineering at Livepeer, and Sebastian Siemssen, Co-Founder and CTO at Enzyme Finance. Both Yondon and Sebastian are also members of The Graph Council. During our discussion, we explore a lot of interesting topics, including the state of dApp development, the Web3 stack, unexplored opportunities for dApp developers, and so much more!

The second part of the episode consists of a handful of short interviews recorded backstage during Graph Day on June 2, 2022. During this part of the episode, you will hear from several former guests of the podcast, including Tegan Kline, Kyle Rojas, Cami Ramos Garzon, Chris Ewing, Eva Beylin, Derek Meyer (DataNexus), and Zac Burns. And I’m also pleased to include a brief interview backstage with the Founder and CEO of Messari, Ryan Selkis, where we talk about the exciting news announced during Graph Day that Messari will be joining the ecosystem as a Core Subgraph Developer.

As you will hear during the live interview with Yondon and Sebastian, the sound crew had a few issues getting the recording started, but it’s a temporary issue and only lasts during the first 4 minutes of the interview.

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