Episode 43: Hudson Jameson talks EIPs and Ethereum core decision-making

In this episode, we chat with Hudson Jameson of the Ethereum Foundation about how he got involved in the space, the EIP process, and the challenges of decision making in the decentralised space.

In decentralised communities, decision making and information gathering can be a uniquely difficult endeavor. Using some of the ideas from other open source communities as well as some new concepts emerging specifically for decentralised spaces, the Ethereum core devs are developing new tools to make these decisions more effectively.

Follow Hudson on Twitter -> @hudsonjameson

Here was the giant Core Dev Call -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CZ1uO_WxVk

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Zero Knowledge Podcast (finally) has a real website!

No full episode this week, but we just wanted to let you know about the new zeroknowledge.fm website. Finally, we have a site that brings together all the different parts of the ZK Community: podcast episodes, upcoming and past events, blog, social channels and more.

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