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Web3 Breakdowns
Web3 Breakdowns is a series of conversations exploring innovation in the decentralized internet. Each episode will focus on a different topic - we will cover NFT projects, crypto assets, blockchain-based protocols, and businesses being built with Web3 architecture. We will talk to founders, artists, investors and influencers to understand this emerging ecosystem. Visit to find more episodes, transcripts and a library of content to continue your learning.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 40 ratings
It’s awesome to finally find a podcast that deep dives the blockchain/crypto space and consolidates tons of information for easy assimilation. I hope to hear more about sovereign ID in web3 and the importance of being intentional in the creation of this space in order to ensure equal...Read full review »
ghynox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/21
Well done, keep up the good work!
klamarre21 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/28/21
Great job at making difficult concepts very simple. Keep the episodes coming, please
composito77 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/24/21
Recent Episodes
Published 12/31/21
Hello, this is Eric Golden and my guest today is Dan Hannum, the Chief Operating Officer of ZenLedger, a crypto tax software similar to TurboTax. Dan is here today to help us understand the evolving world of taxes and the impact on crypto, DeFi and NFTs.   For the full show notes, transcript,...
Published 12/31/21
This is Eric Golden, and today I'm covering Ethereum Name Service, also known as ENS. In non-technical terms, a naming service allows you to map human-readable words to computer-based numbers. Listeners are likely familiar with Domain Name Services, DNS, which translates a website name such as...
Published 12/24/21
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