This week, Anna and Fredrik do a look back at 2020 and chat about some of their favourite ZKPodcast episodes and themes from this past year. This is also a notable episode, as it will be Fredrik's last as a regular co-host. And so they also take this time to reminisce and look back over 3 years of the Zero Knowledge Podcast and share some thoughts on how the space has developed.
Some of the 2020 episodes discussed:
- ZK & Games: Dark Forest with Brian Gu
- Isogenies with Luca De Feo
- ZKPs in Ethereum with Vitalik Buterin & Justin Drake
- Consensus Algorithms & HotStuff with Ittai Abraham
- Proof of Necessary Work with Akis Kattis (NYU)
- Trusted Setup Ceremonies Explored
- A Tale of Sushi(Swap) with Tarun, Hasu and Anna – Part1
- Josh Cincinnati on Zcash, governance and leaving the Zcash Foundation
Some of the projects that had previously been on the zkPodcast that launched or were announced this year:
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