In this episode, we chat with Mark Tyneway who is a contributor on the Handshake project – an experimental peer-to-peer root naming system. We learn about this decentralised, foundation-free project, the issues of DNS, how Handshake plans on fixing this, how it differs from ENS, their unique airdrop process, what an Urkel Trie is, and more.
Here are a few useful links:
- Handshake Whitepaper
- An airdrop that preserves recipient privacy – https://fc20.ifca.ai/preproceedings/54.pdf
- ReadyLayerOne Presentation & Slides
- Developer Protocol Summary
- Messari Profile
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