In this week’s episode, we throwback to a sake-fueled conversation between Anna and returning guest Guillermo Angeris, recorded in April during DevConnect in Amsterdam. They cover Guillermo’s personal journey into math, math history in general, how to bring more people into the space and the potential opportunities and downsides of bringing some kinds of math mainstream. It is a bit of different one, but hope you enjoy!
Here are some links for this episode:
- Ep 173: Building Private AMMs with Guillermo Angeris
- Ep 206: Distilling DeFi Primitives with Guillermo, Alex and Tarun
- Guillermo’s papers
- Bain Capital Crypto
- Grigori Perelman – Wikipedia
- Banach–Tarski Paradox – Wikipedia
- Understanding ZKPs Through Simple Examples
- Convex Analysis – Wikipedia
- Stephen P. Boyd – Wikipedia
- Four Color Theorem – Wikipedia
- A History of Mathematics/Middle Ages/Europe During the Middle Ages
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