Livepeer – A decentralized video streaming network on Ethereum
Adam Soffer, Product Engineering Lead at Livepeer, joined us for an episode of 15-minute fundamentals to dive into the details behind the charts available on Token Terminal. Livepeer is a decentralized video streaming network built on the Ethereum blockchain.
Livepeer's dashboard: https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/livepeer
00:00 What is Livepeer?
01:26 Orchestrators & Delegators
04:00 Token & business model
08:08 Migration to Arbitrum
09:15 Growth drivers and challenges
10:49 Partnerships & their role
11:58 Centralized vs. Decentralized video streaming
13:33 What's next for Livepeer?
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